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IN BRIEF

Deflation Fears Emerge

JANUARY 09, 2012

“Ask most investors what they worry about, and they’ll tell you it’s inflation — specifically, a period of soaring prices that destroys the value of the dollar. But a growing number of economists and money managers are starting to worry about the opposite of inflation: deflation, a period of falling prices and declining incomes.” (Tucson Citizen)

Should we fear falling prices?

FEE Timely Classic
“Deflation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” by Steven Horwitz

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