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Consumers are tired of inflation, but some retailers fear falling prices

By Reuters
26 February 2024   |   3:11 am
As shoppers await price cuts, retailers like Home Depot say their prices have stabilized and some national consumer brands have paused price increases or announced more modest ones. Yet some industry watchers predict deflation for food at home later this year.

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