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Europe Teetering the Ddge of a "Japan-style" Deflation :: The Market …

“The central bank's latest deflation -fighting contrivance is a €400 billion package of targeted LTRO loans, which are designed to compel banks to lend to ordinary business owners. Also like Japan , the ECB has slashed [...]

The Japanese Deflation Myth and the Yen's Slump :: The Market …

The Japanese Deflation Myth and the Yen's Slump :: The Market Oracle :: Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting Free [...]

An Estimated DSGE Model with a Deflation Steady State | NEP-DGE …

This paper estimates a medium-scale DSGE model with a deflation steady state for the Japanese economy during the period from 1999 to 2013, when the Bank of Japan conducted a zero interest rate policy and the [...]

Growth and Inflation In America: Why Deflation Is Going to Burst …

I don't track growth and inflation rates for Japan and the Euro zone, but it seems highly likely that the deflationary pressures in Japan for more than a decade and in the Euro zone recently are a direct result of prolonged [...]

Is the Euro the New Yen? | ETF Trends

The case for Japan's equity market in late 2012 and 2013 started when the central bank provided huge levels of monetary support to rid Japan of deflation . This action led to a much weaker yen, which in turn contributed to [...]

Deflation: history lessons | Money Supply – Blogs – Financial Times

In the bulletin, the ECB argues that “outright deflation” is very rare. While there have been several episodes of “negative annual inflation”, since the second world war there have been only two cases of “ deflation ”: Japan [...]

Petr Polak | The Euro Deflation Crisis | Foreign Affairs | Foreign Affairs

For evidence of the ill effects of deflation , look to Japan in the 1990s, which closely resembles Europe today. There, too, the financial sector struggled under a large burden of bad loans. Like Europe, Japan also faced an [...]

Is Sweden headed the Japan way? | Mostly Economics

The last reading was at -0.6% fueling debates over deflation in Sweden. Krugman always on red alert to these developments started the debate – one and two . Lars Svensson, former Riksbank MPC member and deflation [...]

Krugman still thinking about Sweden — and still only gets it partly …

A ' Minsky moment' actually doesn't seem to be that far away, and we may sooner than we think face a deflationary house price spiral driving the economy to a classic Fisher-Keynes- Minsky debt deflation crisis. And this is [...]