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Stagflation Doesn’t Exist

Contrary to popular opinion.

Source: Alyssa Powell/Insider —

As you may know, the term ‘stagflation’ refers to a situation where the economy has both high inflation and low economic growth.

I don’t think stagflation is a separate entity that exists. Thus, I don’t think the term is very helpful. I want to be clear about what I’m not saying. I’m not saying that inflation isn’t a real thing. I’m also not…




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Jonathan Garner

Jonathan Garner

Finance/Investing/Economics blogger. I’m also a Philosophy of Religion blogger:

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