By one measure, inflation is at its highest level since December 1981. Given the historically high level and sustained nature of soaring prices, it has weighed heavily on consumer sentiment and has served a wake-up call on the Federal Reserve. It also looms large heading into this year’s mid-term elections. Since inflation’s impacts are so pervasive and potentially damaging, there are a lot of different ways to report on this important and highly relevant topic, which is prominent in the news cycle.
Join us as our panel will help you better understand inflation and discuss how to best cover this red-hot topic across the variety of content platforms and outlets. You’ll also learn what the Federal Reserve is doing to try to attack inflation, the impacts of rising interest rates, the possibility of stagflation and other risks. We’ll also have time to take questions on this engaging and informative session.
- Jeffrey Hill, Associate Commissioner for Prices and Living Conditions, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Jonnelle Marte, reporting on the Federal Reserve and the economy, Bloomberg
- Dion Rabouin, reporter, The Wall Street Journal
- Mark Hamrick, Washington Bureau Chief, Bankrate
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