How commodity prices may affect inflation and the market

Commodity prices have risen as a result of the global economy’s post-pandemic recovery, which has been aided by an abundance of financial liquidity and an aggressively expanding fiscal policy in the main industrialized nations. Bloomberg’s general commodities prices index increased by more than 20% in the first 2 quarters of the year, primarily due to an increase in energy prices (up 44.5%), which was followed by a less dramatic but still significant increase in agricultural commodities (20.5%) & industrial metals (17.6%).