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November 11, 2008 New Zealand Finance
Analysts are beginning to warn of possible deflation dangers.
Amidst interest rate cuts from around the world, some analysts are predicting possible deflation in the coming future. Technically, deflation is the opposite of inflation, it is the increased valuation of money, leading to falling prices and decreased economic activity. Subsequently it can lead to increased reliance on debt and in general an unpleasant economic outlook.
At the early stages of the current economic downturn, arguments for or against possible deflation are likely to be moot, as the exact effect of current events is still uncertain, the time horizon for returning to “normality” is unseen and there is little if any event which can be used as a comparison.Read More
The Westpac Economic Overview for November mentions that i...