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U S Inflation Data Just Released

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Yes, market expected lower

jan PPI (MOM) + 0.3% (expected +0.2%)

jan core PPI (MOM) +0.4% (expected +0.2%)

this in spite of 14? successive rate rises.

CPI out next Wednesday.

- lucky we have no inflation here in the UK. :unsure:

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Yes, market expected lower

jan PPI (MOM) + 0.3% (expected +0.2%)

jan core PPI (MOM) +0.4% (expected +0.2%)

this in spite of 14? successive rate rises.

CPI out next Wednesday.

- lucky we have no inflation here in the UK. :unsure:

Whats even more worrying for the VIs is that successive rate rises have failed to bring it under control. It would appear that once the inflation time bomb reaches critical mass only extreme rates will be able to stop the chain reaction that follows. The economy is so overheated and sensitive that any number of factors could cause it to run out of control and trigger a crisis accross the global economy.

Speaking of chainreactions just watch silver go Today :D

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Whats even more worrying for the VIs is that successive rate rises have failed to bring it under control. It would appear that once the inflation time bomb reaches critical mass only extreme rates will be able to stop the chain reaction that follows. The economy is so overheated and sensitive that any number of factors could cause it to run out of control and trigger a crisis accross the global economy.

Speaking of chainreactions just watch silver go Today :D

Yes, every economist knows that. On the other hand, once deflation sets in huge drops in IR are needed to bring that under control. IRs are a very crude weapon again inflation and deflation.

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