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Part 1. Short-term Inflation and Risk Factors Although inflation (defined in nominal terms as an increase in the general price level) is increasing. in the US, UK, and the Euro area, following a long period of deflation and a pandemic slowdown in economic growth. Yet it is too early to claim that the current inflation...
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Dr. David Carlton, GPI Opinion, January 6, 2011 The present global financial crisis, a slow-motion multiple car crash, has many roots, some arguably going back to the 1990s. But the point at which the certainty of a huge crash seems in retrospect to have deserved to have become discernable to Western policy-makers was in my opinion in...
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