Negative Effects Of Inflation On Economy From Monetary Policy

The negative effects of inflation on the economy from the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy has been quantitative easing and has exploded the currency supply. But where are the negative effects of inflation showing up in the real world? Likely in the prices of your food and other consumable goods.

COMPETITIVE DEVALUATION

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China’s Growth Model

According to some preliminary estimates (link), China’s trade balance is on the course for a significant surplus this year. IMF’s annual forecast of current account balance predicted China’s trade surplus at $334 billion in 2010 or roughly 6.2 percent of China’s GDP. The IMF’s medium-term forecast suggests a growing trade surplus by 2015 when . . . → Read More: China’s Growth Model