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Clothing Prices Jump

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Clothing Prices Jump

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Clothing Prices Jump

Clothing Prices Jump

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Clothing prices are rising for the first time in ten years, meaning a $20 pair of pants may soon cost $21. Doesn't seem too drastic, right? Wrong. According to retail analyst Howard Davidowitz this could lead to a "stagflation conundrum."

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