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EU says deflation not serious threat

Ben Hall, FT world news editor, talks to Olli Rehn, the EU’s economic and monetary affairs commissioner, about the threat of deflation, rebalancing in [...]

Japan: What is Abenomics?

Deflation has dogged Japan for two decades. Shinzo Abe is finally trying to grasp the nettle and do something about it. David Pilling, the FT’s Asia editor, [...]

Kuroda: BOJ to Do Whatever Needed to End Japan Deflation …

BloombergKuroda: BOJ to Do Whatever Needed to End Japan DeflationBloombergHaruhiko Kuroda said that the Bank of Japan (8301) will do whatever is needed to end 15 years of deflation should he be confirmed as … [...]

Forex News: Japan CPI Confirms Deflation, Yen Retraces …

Forex News: Japan CPI Confirms Deflation , Yen Retraces WeaknessDailyFXThe Japanese yen rallied slightly higher versus the U.S. dollar as consumer price figures in Japan came across the wires showing across the board … [...]

China's Deflationary Threat – Businessweek

China's Deflationary ThreatBusinessweekIs China running the risk of falling into deflation ? Chinese stocks were rattled on July 9 by the government release of consumer and producer prices in June. The consumer price index … [...]

Price Data Suggest Specter of Deflation in China – New York Times

comPrice Data Suggest Specter of Deflation in ChinaNew York TimesConsumer prices dropped 0.6 percent in June compared with May, the largest month-to-month drop in two years. Prices were still up 2.2 percent from a … [...]

Japan Deflation Persists as Consumer Prices Fall | Asia Business …

Japan's core consumer prices fell 0.1 percent in January from a year earlier, data showed on Friday, a sign that weak demand and sluggish economic growth [...]

Japan spending down as deflation persists « didicomshen …

Japan spending down as deflation persists. 2 marzo 2012. [...]

Alert household debt | Stock Market Today News – Market Watch

He even says that the world arrived at Minsky . This is the point where institutions (governments, banks, etc.) are so indebted that they must sell off their assets to meet their liquidity needs, creating a deflationary spiral, which … [...]