Is Stagflation Coming?

Add a Pinch of Tariffs and a Dash of Rate Cuts

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What is stagflation?

A country is said to be experiencing stagflation when it is experiencing low levels of economic growth, high levels of unemployment and high levels of inflation. This is where the term “stagflation” comes from, it refers to a situation of a stagnant economy and high inflation.




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