Consumer News: Home prices and inflation expected to continue rising in 2022
President Joe Biden took a victory lap today on the administration’s efforts to alleviate the nation’s supply chain issues ahead of the holidays. This comes as the economy grew at a 2.3% rate in the third quarter, better than economists predicted. Now, the president renews his pitch for the Build Back Better bill, saying it will also help ease inflation and fuel growth.
Consumer News: Rite Aid closing 63 stores, thousands of workers return to Kellogg’s after strike and more
Consumer News: Rite Aid closing 63 stores, thousands of workers return to Kellogg’s after strike and more.
As we inch closer to the two-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more items are becoming harder to find. Now, we can add candy canes to the list.
Locally owned businesses say they are enjoying an increase in foot traffic this Holiday
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)- As more stores welcome the holiday season, locally owned businesses say they are enjoying an increase in foot traffic. However, the impact of the pandemic can still be felt by some stores in the area, especially when it comes to supply chain issues and the amount of merchandise. We spoke with Owners at Revente in Five Points…
“This year is definitely better than last year. There are a lot of people out and everybody is more in the holiday spirit,” said Revente owner Heather Burns.
The White House Commerce Secretary raises concerns the Omicron variant may make the ongoing supply chain crisis even worse.
If your family is heading out to look for the perfect Christmas tree this weekend, will supply chain issues cause any problems?
Governor McMaster issues executive order, calls on Biden administration to address supply chain problems
Governor Henry McMaster says he joined a group of 14 other Republican Governors trying to combat supply chain issues ahead of the holidays. Additionally, the governor says he issued an executive order to address concerns in the state.
Supply chain woes are expected to make holiday shopping more difficult than in years past. Here’s the latest look at what’s hot this holiday season.