Let's turn back the clock to look at what bubbles are, how they burst and why history keeps repeating itself.
A bubble is a market condition created by a rapid surge in the price of an asset to levels that far exceed that asset's fundamental value.
Food prices in the US soared to record heights in February 2022.
Global food prices also followed suit, posting a 20.7% increase compared to last year.
The chief of UN World Food Program warned that a potential global food crisis might be on the horizon on a scale not seen since World War Two.
Instagram and its parent company Facebook are removing posts that voice support for slain Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani to comply with US sanctions, a Facebook spokesperson said in a statement to CNN Business Friday.
The Iranian government has called for nationwide legal action against Instagram in protest, even creating a portal on a government website for the app's users to submit examples of posts the company removed, Iranian state media reported.
Instagram is one of the few western social media platforms that is not blocked in Iran.
Facebook and Twitter are blocked but some Iranians access those sites using VPNs.
Instagram shut down Soleimani's own account on the platform last April after the US government designated the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a foreign terrorist organization.
It also removes posts that commend the actions of sanctioned parties and individuals and seek to help further their actions, the spokesperson said, adding that Facebook has an appeals process if users feel their posts were removed in error.