What is stealthinflation? can you explain?



Answer:
low inflation, aggregated over a long period of time; OR inflation through luxury items that are not easily noticed.
Stealth inflation is inflation that is put on by simple things like reducing sizes but keeping the prices the same. Increasing work hours but paying the same weekly wages, shipping less and charging more.

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