So far, price increases have not driven customers away. But there’s evidence that is starting to change.
Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom will retail for $69.99. Several video game publishers have been embracing the $70 price tag as the new standard for major releases.
Anheuser-Busch InBev says beer sales were up in the third quarter, in part because some consumers shifted to "premium" brands.
It depends on the ingredients that go into a product and how much competition it faces.
Japan had struggled to even reach the central bank inflation target of 2%.
For Lester Gouvia, chef-owner of Norma G's Detroit, business in the pandemic economy has been a "rollercoaster."
Will worries about higher costs down the road lead to curtailed spending?
A package of eggs recently jumped 60% in a week at one grocery store. Many economists fault the Erdoğan government's policies.
Some are cutting hours and reducing inventory. Others are purchasing more to get better deals from suppliers.
Rising input costs do not seem to be hurting every business' bottom line.