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Extreme weather is likely to drive food prices higher

Fortune 09/14/2022

Extreme weather events such as droughts have become more common in the U.S. and the result has been lower crop yields and higher prices. “The prolonged droughts that we’re seeing [present] some increased risk that inflation remains higher for a longer time,” said Charlie Dougherty, a Wells Fargo economist.

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