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Long Term Inflation: Wiemar, Europe, US, South America

Posted By Barry Ritholtz On January 11, 2013 @ 11:30 am In Inflation | Comments Disabled

I cringe each time I hear some inflationista — you may have met that guy who insisted there was no inflation during the 2000s as the dollar plunged 41% but now sees inflation everywhere — brings today up the Weimar Republic every chance he gets.

Here is a look at long term Inflation we spoke about earlier on the US, FRANCE, JAPAN, UK and SPAIN to 1868

 
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GERMANY to 1820 in a separate chart because of that WEIMAR REPUBLIC hyper inflation.
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And for South America including, Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru who experienced massive inflation in the 1960’s – 1980’s…

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Source:
Global Financial Data
Ralph M Dillon, rdillon@globalfinancialdata.com  globalfinancialdata.com [4]


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