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Be Wary Of Predictions Of Rising Inflation

Por: Forbes Business February 11, 2021

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Understanding what causes inflation is extremely difficult, making it almost impossible to predict the direction of the current pandemic-induced inflation rate. There are simply too many unknowns to be able to make a prediction. A picture representing the recent inflation. getty Yet, given the federal government’s current expansionary fiscal and meant to stimulate the economy, many pundits are crying inflation again. The issue, however, is... + full article



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