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GaveKal Capital: Excluding Tax Increase, Japanese Consumer …

Excluding Tax Increase, Japanese Consumer Prices Are Already Back in Deflation . The recent sales tax increase in Japan is wreaking havoc with price statistics, making year-over-year comparisons basically [...]

Market Anthropology: The Long Tail of Deflation

With Japan's Nikkei now trading well into its twenty fourth year since its secular peak in 1989, we thought we would take a quick comparative look at the two most talked about deflationary spirals (as weighed by [...]

Deflation in Sweden: Questions and answers | Lars E.O. Svensson

The inflation rate in Sweden is now among the lowest in the world. What has caused the deflation , what are its consequences, could Sweden end up in a similar situation as Japan , and what can be done about the [...]

Chinese Economic Oblivion and the Death of Deflation

Andy Hoffman discusses the epic plunge of U.S. Consumer Confidence numbers, $104 billion in U.S. Treasuries sold and the latest game of global financial [...]

Christine Hughes: The struggle between inflation and deflation

Christine Hughes, President and Chief Investment Strategist of OtterWood Capital explains why lack of inflation in the economy is a [...]

Economic Crisis Hyper Inflation or Deflation Danger?

Economic Crisis Hyper Inflation or Deflation Danger? This explanation is a simple but accurate one. Josh Galt goes over Deflation due to the Fed putting [...]

Why The Federal Reserve is evil + QE3, inflation, deflation, gold, economics

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aaron.goldsten email: goldstenag1@gmail.com the federal reserve is just a central bank. it is a central bank owned by [...]

Abeconomics, Takahashi and Japan's deflation | Gestaltz

Kikuo Iwata, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Japan , has made some significant comments at a symposium in honour of Korekiyo Takahashi (http://bit.ly/1aatxII) the architect of Japan's recovery from the Great [...]