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CNBC's Ron Insana Bets Inflation 'About to Fall Hard'
With consumer prices having risen 2.1 percent in the year through June, some analysts are beginning to worry about inflation. CNBC contributor Ron Insana isn't one of them. I'll bet a truckload of scarce limes, or acouple bushels of wheat, that inflation is about to fall,...... [Full Story]
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