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How deflation would affect European markets | Financial Post

Europe's struggle with deflation has had a negative impact on capital markets this autumn, but it could get even worse for investors if European price levels continue to fall like in Japan in the 1990s, says a new report [...]

Albert Edwards says investors should watch the Japanese yen and …

Edwards says Japan is just as apt to lead the way. When the Internet bubble burst in 2000, Japan's tech-heavy Jasdaq index started to slide weeks before the Nasdaq. Japan also pioneered the deflation that now threatens [...]

Deflation – The Great Equalizer – Now Greece? Was There a …

I Japan , the government fought deflation in a losing battle for more than 20 years. As deflation emerges, it becomes profitable to hoard money even if it is fiat. Increases collapse as people will not borrow to spend or invest  … [...]

Japanese and Spanish House Price Deflation « Confounded Interest

Japan and Spain have been in the news quite a bit lately. Japan is notorious for selling more adult diapers than baby diapers (a sign of an aging population) while Spain's fiscal woes have been the talk of Europe (European … [...]

Japanese pension program is marginally reducing payments …

Courtesy of the Japan Times. Whenever I have been writing about contributions to the Japanese National Pension (or the basic pension component in the employees' Shakai Hoken), I have been using 137 yen as the amount … [...]

The last thing the world needs now is a deflationary shock from China

Meanwhile, Japanese machine tool orders fell 14.8pc in May, the biggest drop since 2001 – when Japan's deflation began in earnest. The post-Fukushima reconstruction boom has run its course. Asia is turning stone [...]

(Video) Steve Keen on the Minsky Singularity and the Debt Black …

Australian economist and Debunking Economics author Steve Keen will tell us if this is a case when debt deflation wins and the real economy loses. In the US, new jobs numbers disappoint again. However, the number of … [...]