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Upturn in money growth tallies with stronger activity

Whether you’re a monetarist or not, it’s hard to ignore that the surge and plunge in the money supply preceded the surge and plunge in inflation. An imminent rebound in the money supply supports the idea that the economic recovery is underway, but this doesn’t seem to be consistent with a rebound in inflation.

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