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Interesting article from Money Week:

Why Japanese deflation is a myth

- Most people don't understand what inflation is, says Puru Saxena in The Daily Reckoning. It's not rising prices - in fact, it is simply an increase in the amount of money in circulation. And over the past 15 years, Japan's money supply has continued to rise. So why have prices fallen?


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In my view, interest-rates in the United States will rise much higher than most people expect at this time.

If history is any guide, Mr Bernanke will continue to inflate the money supply whilst increasing interest rates over the coming months.

And the effect on UK IRs is... (Place answer here). :rolleyes:

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