Thanksgiving Dinner Is 14% More Expensive Than Last Year

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A traditional Thanksgiving dinner costs about 14% more than last year, with a Turkey’s price up around 24% from last year, according to the U.S. Farm Bureau. Ed Ludlow reports on “Bloomberg Markets: Europe.”

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