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Not stagflation, but growthflation

4 February 2011 By Ian Campbell

Oil and commodity prices risk spiking. The primary cause is global growth, with political unrest another upward influence. Data shows the U.S. economy is warming up. Stagflationary fears are off the mark: the global economy is awash with money, and rates need to shift up soon.

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