The 9 Things That Cost Less Now Than In 2009
Economists, including those at the Fed, are concerne that the U.S. could enter a deflationary cycle. Companies are forced to lower prices in order to boost demand. Faced with lower revenues, they lay off workers. That causes lower consumer spending and reduced demand for goods.
September’s consumer price index notched on a scant 0.1% increase, mainly because of gains in food and energy prices