Inflationary Trends and Outlook
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
As the FED has put forth an historically large effort to jump start the U.S. domestic economy through the injection of massive amounts of borrowed funds, many economists and strategists have predicted that this economic cycle will end with extremely high levels of inflation. As we approach the end of “quantitative easing” later this year we have yet to see any significant indication that inflationary rates or trends are increasing. Does this mean that the calls for significant inflation were incorrect, or is it something that will still likely occur at a later date?
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