The headlines are full of worry about inflation. A few politicians in the U.S. (and elsewhere) are accusing the Fed of feeding inflationary fires through "QE II," the extended quantitative easing program. Central bankers around the world seem violently confused, either raising rates fast (China) or continuing near zero.
The Whiplash Effect: Inflation's Nasty Surprise
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