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  • Why have we not seen high inflation from TARP and such?

    With the enormous amount of deficit spending of the past decade, why have we not seen massive inflation yet?
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Mark S on Sun, Jun 20 2010
  • Advice about paying on a loan.

    I would like some financial advice from some people that understand inflation and how it effects personal debt. I know that the intent of this forum is not for people just looking for financial advice, but I think that discussion in this area would be beneficial to more than just me. I am a recent college...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by sritchie27 on Sun, Mar 14 2010
  • Would I be better off keeping my house?

    I foolishly bought a duplex at the height of the bubble about 5 years ago. it obviously has fallen in market value since my purchase. it is valued well below what i owe on it. fortunately, I have had little trouble renting out the upper unit while I occupied the lower. that have covered more than half...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by prattleon on Mon, Feb 8 2010
  • Inflation---->BAD OR GOOD???

    I was having an arguement with this person saying that people have a misconception about inflation because they think that inflation will rob him of his purchasing power of his hard earned money. So that when the prices rises, your dollar will buy fewer goods so it might seem that it lowers living standards...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Unikkatel on Fri, May 2 2008
  • Blueprint for Financial Regulatory Reform

    In the midst of our economic slowdown, the U.S. Treasury Dept has issued what they are calling the "Blueprint for Financial Regulatory Reform". The highlights, as given by an article on Yahoo!'s website , are as follows: --designate the Fed as the primary regulator for market stability...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Sailor on Sun, Mar 30 2008
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