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Slippery slope

24 May 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

In theory, inflation should have picked up when central banks cranked up the printing presses. Instead, it’s slowing down. In the U.S., it’s nearly 1 percentage point below target. Policymakers now have to start worrying about their worst enemy – deflation.

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