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    Will we see a deflationary period in the US?

    It seems the Fed is backed into a corner. They can't really lower rates much before hitting negative and QE is becoming less effective each time.
    What are the odds we will see a deflationary period in the coming future in the US?
    Is this even possible?
    Or will prices continue to spiral upwards endlessly into hyperinflation as the currency is inflated?

    What do you think and why?



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    I do not see the fed really backed into a corner . They can basically do whatever they like regardless if it is harmful to the citizens because america is weak and this is allowed. Right now there is no real reason for them to consider lowering rates that I see . I am not expecting deflationary at this time and based on the past then yes I would lean towards prices spiraling upwards as the currency becomes more worthless .
    Do something Danke

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