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    Quote Originally Posted by AKA_AAP View Post
    I hate to say it, but the economy will recover in 2025 when Mr. Donald Trump is back.
    Dream some more lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    You gave until April, right? That's 3 more months away
    It's April already. And the inflation report is expected to be a whopping 8.5% for last month. It never went down and hasn't even stabilized yet.

    Any more words of wisdom Blade? More Covid boosters? Blame Trump? Let's Go Brandon?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySic View Post
    Season Two of "Covid is a Democratic hoax that will magically disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakers Legend#32 View Post
    Season Two of "Covid is a Democratic hoax that will magically disappear.
    Oh, it wont disappear. There's always another election and another need for bogus, ballet harvested mail-in fun-bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySic View Post
    Oh, it wont disappear. There's always another election and another need for bogus, ballet harvested mail-in fun-bags.
    Oh thank God. This is a clear sign it's going to disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hick View Post
    It's April already. And the inflation report is expected to be a whopping 8.5% for last month. It never went down and hasn't even stabilized yet.

    Any more words of wisdom Blade? More Covid boosters? Blame Trump? Let's Go Brandon?

    If only the media and voters expected responsibility for previous mistakes.

    I would not call the extreme left here brainwashed or braindead if they actually stopped defending the indefensible: Biden is likely senile and corrupt. Plus, he has presided over the continued tanking of the U.S and the widening gap between the technocracy and the rest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hick View Post
    It's April already. And the inflation report is expected to be a whopping 8.5% for last month. It never went down and hasn't even stabilized yet.

    Any more words of wisdom Blade? More Covid boosters? Blame Trump? Let's Go Brandon?

    Let's see what the report says. They already raised the interest rate once and will be in April (and subsequent months until the inflation begins to reverse trajectory).

    Economics is hard to predict. I don't have a crystal ball to tell me exacts or else I would already be a billionaire from bets that would never be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Let's see what the report says. They already raised the interest rate once and will be in April (and subsequent months until the inflation begins to reverse trajectory).

    Economics is hard to predict. I don't have a crystal ball to tell me exacts or else I would already be a billionaire from bets that would never be wrong.
    It's easy to predict your economics though. Here: you will always be financially poor, because you are always wrong on everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKA_AAP View Post
    It's easy to predict your economics though. Here: you will always be financially poor, because you are always wrong on everything.
    Still b!tching about something? Want some cheese with that whine?

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    inflation comes from higher supply of currency...the federal government has been greatly increasing spending, and the fed is printing money...simple as that

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    Here's an actual economist:

    “I think by the summer we’ll probably see the CPI inflation rate peaking and then the consumption deflator is going to peak somewhere between 6 and 7% and then come down to maybe 3 to 4% by the second half of the year going into next year,” Ed Yardeni, president of Yardeni Research told CNBC’s “Closing Bell: Overtime” on Monday.
    https://www.cnbc.com/2022/04/11/stoc...lose-news.html

    Second half of this year before inflation is brought under control. So we are probably looking at 3-5 more rate hikes before the year ends. Inflation has been on the rise since the 2nd half of 2020, and is not easy to reel in at the snap of the knuckles. It doesn't matter who the president is.

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pushxx View Post
    inflation comes from higher supply of currency...the federal government has been greatly increasing spending, and the fed is printing money...simple as that

    You are WRONG. According to our resident genius bladefd. Trump and Biden printing shit tonz of money for stimulus checks has NOTHING to do with our current inflation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Still b!tching about something? Want some cheese with that whine?

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    Default Re: What's next for the us economy and covid response?

    Quote Originally Posted by bladefd View Post
    Let's see what the report says.
    It's 8.5%.






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