We answer listener questions about airline tickets, grocery pricing and the Fed : The Indicator from Planet Money Dear listeners: You had questions, and we have answers! Today, we're digging into airline fares, buying in bulk at the supermarket and the Fed's wacky (?) district boundaries. It's a listener questions episode!

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Listener Questions: Airline tickets, grocery pricing and the Fed

Listener Questions: Airline tickets, grocery pricing and the Fed

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MAY 22: A woman with a shopping trolley full of groceries in a supermarket aisle on May 22, 2022 in Cardiff, Wales
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On today's show, you're in charge: We're answering some of our favorite listener questions! You asked about why airline ticket prices change so often, why some items aren't any cheaper to buy in bulk at the supermarket, and why the Federal Reserve's map looks so disproportionate. We're here with answers.

If you have a question of your own, email us at indicator@npr.org!

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