This week’s “Long Reads Sunday” finding out is from macro analyst Lyn Alden and makes a speciality of the inflation vs. deflation debate in historic context.
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On this week’s “Long Reads Sunday,” NLW reads macro analyst Lyn Alden’s most in fashion: “A Century of Fiscal and Monetary Coverage: Inflation vs Deflation”
The article appears to be like at:
- When financial policy is fine versus when fiscal policy wants to enjoy over
- How transient debt cycles add as a lot as lengthy-term debt cycles that cling very diversified treatments
- Why lengthy-term debt cycles inevitably dwell in default or devaluation
- Why the conclusion of the final lengthy-term debt cycle in the U.S. – the 1930s and 1940s – suggests that devaluation is the presumably consequence