Deutsche Bank warns of looming inflation threat

Deutsche Bank Research writes that inflation will be the defining macroeconomic tendency of the decade. Inflation may be rising in the US, but long-term inflation is not the most likely scenario, says Thomas Harr, assistant governor at Denmark's central bank.

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A new economic reality with higher inflation and national debt awaits, Deutsche Bank's research department predicts in a new article: "Inflation: The defining macro story of this decade".

Years of neoliberalism characterized by fear of inflation and national debt has been replaced by the idea that economic policy should be used to achieve social goals, the article states.

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