The bounce back in food prices from the GFC is complete as the FAO's index of commodities...


The bounce back in food prices from the GFC is complete as the FAO's index of commodities surpasses the all-time high it made in June 2008. Sugar and grains are the main culprits, but another key staple, rice, remains well below record levels.

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  • youngman442002
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    No inflation here...The Fed says so....nada..move on...
    5 Jan 2011, 08:13 AM Reply Like
  • radicall
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    That is because Americans don't need food or gasoline. Core CPI is flat.
    5 Jan 2011, 07:28 PM Reply Like
  • winnersdon'tquit
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    The current administration, in collusion with HBen and the Fed. Res.,are world class conspirators.
    One of the great conspiracies of recent years has been to destroy the dollar, thereby inflating their spending spree into oblivion, while at the same time benefiting their union contributors.
    What are the odds of network media broadcasting this "ugly reality" to the sheeple in TV land??

     

    Slim to none.
    6 Jan 2011, 10:33 AM Reply Like
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