July 09, 2012 at 09:01 AM EDT
What Is Deflation? The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide
Inflation is one of the most talked about phenomenons of the financial and economical world. Central banks have spent years trying to push and pull at inflation rates, much to the dismay of a number of analysts who feel that it should simply run its course. From hyperinflationary environments in Zimbabwe, where banks were issued $50 million bills and billionaires could go hungry, to more tame examples like the U.S. in the 1970s (though this was still a pretty serious bout of inflation). Still, for all of the attention that inflation receives, its sister environment, deflation, gets the short end of the stick [see also Jim Rogers Says: Buy Commodities Now, Or You’ll Hate Yourself Later ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: No Related Posts
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