What is the most important indicator of 2021? : Planet Money : The Indicator from Planet Money Indicator family feud is back, and the stakes are higher than ever! Stacey is joined by our friends from Planet Money as everyone makes their case for the indicator of the year. Who will win?

One indicator to rule them all

One indicator to rule them all

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SAN PEDRO, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 24: Shipping containers are lined up at the Port of Los Angeles on November 24, 2021 in San Pedro, California. The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have suspended a plan to charge shippers fees for shipping container storage as a backlog of empty containers at the ports has decreased since last month. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Inflation. Supply chain shortages. The Great Resignation. So many indicators made a splash in our economy this year, but only one can win the title of "Indicator of the Year."

Today on the show, Stacey is joined by our friends at Planet Money as everyone makes their case for what they believe is the indicator of all indicators. Write to us, vote in our Twitter poll, or send a carrier pigeon to vote for your favorite indicator!

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