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In the kingdom of the confused

11 November 2013 By Edward Hadas

The ECB was blindsided by disinflation – a falling rate of price increases. Surprisingly low inflation also kept the Fed from tightening. It’s not clear that disinflation is actually bad. But for now, the fear of it outweighs any positive economic indicators in guiding policy.

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