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War-fueled inflation is felt more keenly in developing countries

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Prices were already on the rise before the war in Ukraine, but the United Nations finds that global food prices have reached an all-time high. Now, people in developing countries, who spend proportionately more on food, are at increased risk of hunger as their governments seek alternative suppliers. Plus, a look at Russia’s profits from natural gas sales to Europe, the home health care crisis and the ripple effects of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hikes.

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