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Inflation Is Not Getting Better. Why Some CEOs Are Predicting Recession

Inflation Is Not Getting Better. Why Some CEOs Are Predicting Recession

Update: 2022-06-131
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Prices rose more than expected in May. Gas is averaging $5 a gallon. Food, rent, and housing all cost more, too. NPR's Scott Horsley spoke to consumers trying to cope.

Some CEOs are predicting a recession — but not all. NPR's David Gura reports.

Additional reporting in this episode from NPR's Chris Arnold on the growing cost of housing. Transportation company owner Dennis Briggs spoke to NPR's Ayesha Rascoe on Weekend Edition Sunday.

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Inflation Is Not Getting Better. Why Some CEOs Are Predicting Recession

Inflation Is Not Getting Better. Why Some CEOs Are Predicting Recession

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