EU Deflation Doesn’t Have To Be A Disaster
Now that Europe is officially in deflation, most analysts think that a round of QE from the European Central Bank is almost inevitable, despite German objections. But no matter what the ECB decides later this month, deflation won’t necessarily be the economic catastrophe that some investors fear, and Source head of research Paul Jackson argues that there could be a silver lining.
“From an arithmetic point of view, the Eurozone may be experiencing deflation. However, both theory and practice suggest this does not have to . . .
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