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www.forbes.com/sites/mikepatton/2013/07/01/the-truth-behind-the-feds-monetary-expansion

Jul 1, 2013 ... With all of the tools the Fed has used to stimulate the economy, why is it still lagging? What's really behind the Fed's QE program? Find out in ...

money.usnews.com/money/blogs/flowchart/2010/07/16/why-deflation-is-worse-than-inflation

Jul 16, 2010 ... On the surface, it sounds appealing: Prices fall, things get cheaper, and consumers catch a break. But deflation is a pernicious problem that can ...

premium.thehindubusinessline.com/portfolio/young-investor/why-deflation-is-worse-than-inflation/article2521056.ece

Deflation drives down prices, stalls the economy, and is considered a bigger evil than inflation.

www.indianeconomy.net/splclassroom/69/why-deflation-is-dangerous-than-inflation

Aug 27, 2015 ... It is the opposite situation of inflation. Causes of deflation Deflation is generally caused by reduced demand and consumption in the economy.

www.quora.com/Why-is-deflation-worse-than-inflation

Neither. They are only perceptual phenomena. As an adult I'd wear my jeans till they were thoroughly worn out because I hated the idea of spending $26 for a ...

www.quora.com/What-is-better-inflation-or-deflation

Inflation. Inflation is like candy. A little bit is good but have too much of it and it's bad for your .... In terms of the our economy, deflation is much worse than inflation for the majority of people. Deflation happens when the supply of commodities is ...

www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2015/01/economist-explains-4

Jan 7, 2015 ... Low inflation or deflation constrains this crucial variable. The nominal ... Deflation , by contrast, makes this problem worse. To avoid the trap, ...

www.economist.com/node/13610845

May 7, 2009 ... Inflation is bad, but deflation is worse. ... “Inflation or deflation,” he warbles, “tell me if you can: will we become Zimbabwe or will we be Japan?”.

www.thebalance.com/inflation-and-deflation-definition-causes-effects-3306106

Inflation is when prices rise, and deflation is when prices fall. How to tell the difference, which is worse, and how to protect yourself.