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G7 inflation? Forget it – deflation is just as much a worry

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - 01:13

July 16 - The trillions of dollars of central bank money printing around the world was meant to spark inflation. But 5 years after Lehman, it still hasn't happened. And there’s little sign it will.

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Six trillion dollars. That's how much money the world's major central banks of continued to keep the global economy and markets a flow since the crisis. This unprecedented flood of liquidity would spot -- huge and catastrophic rise in inflation. But guess books that hasn't happened. Four years into the money and experiment inflation across the rich G-7 economies is ultra low. And to be heading even -- ago today showed inflation pressures and euros or hundreds and remained tame. But even softer in the rest of the G-7 Canada Japan and the United States. So when -- that inflation explosion take place. The price of gold historically investors ultimate protection against rising prices suggest not for a long long time. About. On top of that. Global economic growth is slowing job is your reserve has indicated it may soon join -- multi trillion dollar stimulus program to an end. Against that backdrop. The question remains just as much -- -- bed. Inflation and toss it up.

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G7 inflation? Forget it – deflation is just as much a worry

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - 01:13