An unnoticed effect of cost push inflation - shrinking toilet paper
Due to competition, toilet paper companies are unable to increase their prices when the cost of raw materials goes up. So what are they to do to maintain profit margins?
You probably haven’t noticed this but they have sneakily been reducing the size of the roll. This fantastic guide to shrinking toilet paper would be a great starter for any lesson on inflation
From bond yields to coupons; from the PRA to the FCA. The new A Level Economics specifications from Sept 2015 include more substantial coverage of financial markets. This resource-packed CPD course will help you quickly get up to speed with the new teaching content and provide you with lesson resources you can use straightaway.