Two months of sharply rising prices have raised concerns that large government financial rescue packages and the Federal Reserve's ultra-low interest rate policies are fueling higher inflation.
We're suddenly paying more for things. Two months of sharply rising prices raise worries that record-high government aid combined with ultra-low interest rates — as the economy is already surging — could trigger even more price hikes. Here's why.
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