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Spain Rate Of Inflation Falling--Deflation Looms

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http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/spanish-inflation-eases-in-june-afp-c2129fab80c5.html?x=0

Spanish inflation eases in June
11:21, Tuesday 29 June 2010
Spanish 12-month inflation eased for the first time for four months in June, falling to 1.5 percent from 1.8 percent in May, official data showed Tuesday.
The inflation rate had been rising steadily since late 2009 except for temporary dip in February.
In November, inflation was just 0.4 percent after a period of eight months of declines amid the country's deep recession.
The drop in prices had raised concerns that
Spain was entering a period of deflation
, a downward spiral in which consumers tend to hold back on spending as they wait for even better deals and retailers cut prices in hopes of boosting sales.

Well, its happening again in Japan so why not? The black hole caused by the decade of credit binging cannot turn into inflation unless they print beyond what the market will bear and the market never bears more than it can bear.

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Spanish inflation eases in June
11:21, Tuesday 29 June 2010
Spanish 12-month inflation eased for the first time for four months in June, falling to 1.5 percent from 1.8 percent in May, official data showed Tuesday.
The inflation rate had been rising steadily since late 2009 except for temporary dip in February.
In November, inflation was just 0.4 percent after a period of eight months of declines amid the country's deep recession.
The drop in prices had raised concerns that
Spain was entering a period of deflation
, a downward spiral in which consumers tend to hold back on spending as they wait for even better deals and retailers cut prices in hopes of boosting sales.

Well, its happening again in Japan so why not? The black hole caused by the decade of credit binging cannot turn into inflation unless they print beyond what the market will bear and the market never bears more than it can bear.

I'm not concerned.

I'm not a profligate thief tho.

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