The money you use every day has a trade price, which is not always equivalent to the value stamped on it—the indicator of this price you notice when you are at the supermarket. Soon you realized that the same 50 dollars don't fill as many bags as before. Your money is now worthing less. That is because many products have suffered from inflation in the last five décades. So check out how much your favorite chocolate bar would cost 50 years ago!
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