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IMF: Will inflation remain high? 

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Francesca Caselli
Economist, IMF
Prachi Mishra
Advisor in the Research Departmen, IMF
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Inflation variability across sectors
The pandemic caused big price swings in some of the economy. Image: IMF
Inflation risk scenarios for advanced economies
Disruption to sectors, commodity price swings and de-anchored expectations could cause significant increases. Image: IMF


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