Search Real Time Economics1 July 12, 2013, 12:34 PM Wholesale Price Jump Unlikely to Impact Consumers By Eric Morath Will suddenly surging wholesale prices lead to sticker shock for consumers? Unlikely, economists say. U.S. producer prices increased for the second straight month in June and are up 2.5% from a year earlier, the largest 12-month increase since March 2012, the Labor Department said Friday.
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Ahead of the Bell: US Wholesale Prices
Dog owners seem to spend a great deal of time, effort and money on giving their pooches adorable costumes which are horrifically expensive. Not only are these dog costumes heavy on the wallet but, they are front page extremely hard to find given the exclusivity involved. One website though which seems to have taken out the hard work and pumped in special deals on wholesale dog apparel is http://www.dogsmartway.com/ . The website has recently announced that summer wholesale beads clearance deals are on and wholesale dog clothes can be found for as less as $1.99.
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The Wholesale Dog Apparel Summer Clearance Sale Is On
The Fed also said it would continue purchasing $85 billion in mortgage and Treasury bonds each month. The purchases are intended to lower long-term rates and encourage more borrowing and spending. But Chairman Ben Bernanke said after the meeting that the Fed could slow those purchases later this year if the economy continued to strengthen. Most economists interpreted his remarks that to mean the Fed could begin to scale back its bond buying at its September meeting. Stock and bond prices fell sharply in the days after his comments.
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