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- When South Sudan gained independence in 2011, there was great optimism both inside and outside of the country that it was putting its deeply troubled past behind it. For generations, the South Sudanese had been terrorized by rebel armies and repressive ...
- Venezuela could learn from Germany's experience with hyperinflation
- If hyperinflation -- defined as price increases of 50 percent or more a month -- sets in, there will be inevitable comparisons to other such episodes.
- Steve Hanke On Hyperinflation Hype
- The Great Recession of 2008-09 brought with it quantitative easing. This, in turn, spawned a cottage industry of books, articles and blog posts about hyperinflation.
- Fujimaki: Japanese Hyperinflation! (Again!)
- The reporter noted that he has been calling for a JGB selloff for 20 years, but mercifully did not mention his "Hyperinflation by 2015!" call. This is perhaps a sign that the JGB bears may start waking up from hibernation.
- Bit by hyper inflation, Zimbabwe using alternative currencies
- Since 2009, the African nation has used the U.S. dollar and the South African rand in lieu of its own currency, which it abandoned after hyperinflation destroyed its value.
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