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  • The Coming Inflation Threat

    By Of Two Minds (Reporter)

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    Falling asset inflation plus rising cost inflation equals stagflation.

    Inflation is a funny thing: we feel it virtually every day, but we’re told it doesn’t exist—the official inflation rate is around 2.5% over the past few years, a little higher when energy prices are going up and a little lower when energy prices are going down.

    Historically, 2.5% is about as low as inflation gets in a mass-consumption economy like the U.S. that depends on the constant expansion of credit.



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