Philly’s Inflation Remains Sticky

Philadelphia's Inflation is Still Sticky Compared to the Rest of the Nation

The latest release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that the Philadelphia metropolitan area continues to grapple with inflation rates surpassing those of the broader country. Philadelphia’s core inflation, […]

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University of Michigan Survey: Consumer Sentiment Surges, Inflation Outlook Dips

Consumer Sentiment Surges, Inflation Outlook Dips

Despite concerns of an impending economic slowdown, a survey released on Friday indicates that consumers are increasingly optimistic about the economy and inflation in early 2024. The University of Michigan’s […]

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Inflation Puts Cost of Living in Spotlight, Philly Ranking Affordability

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The cost of living in the Philadelphia metro area is slightly higher than in the average U.S. market, with local residents paying more for housing and utilities but less for […]

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Retailers Cautiously Optimistic About Holiday Shopping

Covid-19 concerns are diminished, inflation worries are high. But consumers are ready to celebrate what’s for many the first so-called normal holiday season in three years, which experts say should […]

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Worries Over a Slowdown in Lending May Be Premature

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Earlier this summer, when gas prices neared $5 per gallon and the United States was dealing with inflation worries, many commercial real estate experts predicted a slowdown in lending for […]

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What Higher Interest Rates and Inflation Mean for Commercial Real Estate

The era of near zero interest rates appears to be nearing an end. Despite emergent geopolitical risks stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, mounting inflation now has the Fed’s full […]

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