Across the globe, rebounding economic demand and strained supply lines continue to add to inflationary pressures.

In Europe, fresh data show companies are passing along higher costs to consumers. Activity at U.S. service providers has come off the boil as firms struggle to fill open positions and ensure enough goods are in stock. Some central banks in emerging markets, such as Mexico, are boosting interest rates in the face of higher inflation. Housing prices are also picking up in many advanced economies.

Here are some of the charts that appeared on Bloomberg this week on the latest developments in the global economy:

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