Dread locked

Tora, Brian
June 2006
Money Marketing;6/22/2006, p26
The article reveals the author's forecast regarding the effects of inflation in various investments. The author anticipated that the interest rates of U.S. will increase due to the effect of inflation. However, the publication of the consumer price inflation figures reveals the opposite. It turned out that U.S. cost of living is worse than the confirmation that inflation is on the up. It was also noted that investors are having difficulty in making right decisions.


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