Inequality

3 key indicators for monitoring the US economy in 2022

Inflation could impact retail prices globally. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Veronika Dolar

Assistant Professor of Economics, SUNY Old Westbury

Marlon Williams

Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Dayton

Melanie G. Long

Assistant Professor of Economics, The College of Wooster

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