Inflation

Inflation

Inflation is a continuing rise in the general level of prices.

This results in our money having less purchasing power, so our money is worth less. Deflation is the opposite, a decrease in the level of prices.

What is Inflation?

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Apr'18

What is Inflation?

Inflation is a continuing rise in the general level of prices. Inflation results in our money having less purchasing power – our money is worth less. Deflation is the opposite, a decrease in the level of prices. Inflation results in: higher interest rates (people want to see a gap between …

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Introductory Macroeconomics Questions and Answers

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