The Latest U.S. Inflation Numbers

Forbes, Steve
April 2007
Forbes Asia;4/16/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p13
The article presents the author's comment on the latest U.S. inflation numbers. According to the author, the U.S. inflation numbers remain disturbing. The government does not need to raise interest rates. It just needs to drain the excess liquidity it created, until the gold price, the best monetary barometer, goes down to the $400 range.


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