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Inflation: How are rising food and energy prices affecting the economy?

Energy price shocks have caused rising global inflation and tighter monetary conditions, slowing global growth. Image: Unsplash/Yassine Khalfalli

Dorothy Neufeld

Author, Visual Capitalist

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The Inflation Factor: How rising energy and food prices impact the economy. Image: Visual Capitalist, World Bank

The 2022 energy spike has seen prices soar across all fuels. Image: World Bank

Around two-thirds of advanced economies and just over half of emerging markets experienced inflation above target in 2021. Image: World Bank
How rising inflation in the U.S. has corresponded with interest rate hikes since the 1980s. Image: World Bank

Energy price shocks could add greater headwinds to global growth prospects. Image: World Bank
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Number of people in acute food insecurity due to mounting inflationary pressures. Image: World Bank

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