Wish I had a crystal ball.
" Import prices jumped 9.6 percent in October from a year earlier, the most since September 2005, the Labor Department said Nov. 9. The government may say on Nov. 15 that consumer prices climbed 3.5 percent in October from a year earlier, the most since August 2006, based on the median estimate of 23 economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
Wholesale prices surged 4.4 percent in the year through September, the fastest since June 2006. The government may say on Nov. 14 that prices rose 6.4 percent in the year through October, according to the median estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
Inflation typically accelerates 21 months after the dollar starts depreciating, according Mustafa Chowdhury, head of U.S. interest rate research in New York at Deutsche Bank AG. A "