Gwynn Guilford

covers the U.S. economy for the Wall Street Journal

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covers the U.S. economy for the Wall Street Journal

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Goods are expensive right now because inflation, or the consumer price index, spiked by 5% in June compared to 2020. It’s the largest 12-month increase in more than a decade.

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Goods are expensive right now because inflation, or the consumer price index, spiked by 5% in June compared to 2020. It’s the largest 12-month increase in more than a decade.

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Donald Trump's presidential candidacy has "opened the door to madness." That's according to a business journal in Germany.

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