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Global Economics Update

4 July, 2017

Are economic expansions killed off by rising inflation?

It is widely thought that recessions are generally triggered by central banks stepping on the brakes in response to rising inflation. But many recessions have not been preceded by an increase in inflation, particularly since the 1980s. This suggests that other factors have often been at work.

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