Assorted Links Tuesday
A decline in battery prices, the rise in food and commodity prices; growth in Texas population, decline in pasta size -- all this and more.
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The price of batteries has declined by 97% in the last three decades
My kind of vacation:
A commodities crunch caused by stingy capital spending has no quick fix: Limited inventory of resources is converging with a buying spree to supercharge prices, spurring inflation concerns
Texas’s population and political power are growing. Here’s why:
"Texas has found a simple formula for success — economic opportunity and a low cost of living — and stuck with it. People want simple things: good jobs, affordable housing and room for kids. And they’re willing to move to states that offer them."
Why food inflation has skyrocketed out of control.
What will they think of next: Flat-packed pasta?
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