Dion Rabouin

Episode 21

Wall Street Is Betting Inflation Is Here to Stay. Here’s Why.

Russia’s war in Ukraine, continued supply-chain disruptions and best casino sites 0 Covid-19 outbreaks have Wall Street pricing in longer-lasting inflation

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U.S. markets indicate investors expect inflation to abate from its current 40-year high, but its decline will be slower than previously thought. WSJ’s Dion Rabouin explains why and what that could mean for Americans. Image: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Dion Rabouin

Dion Rabouin breaks down all things finance, taking a deep dive into what’s making money move and why it matters.

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