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The Future of Easy Money in Europe

November 12, 2013 in Economics

By Mises Updates

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It’s bright (for the inflationists) says Andrew Cullen in today’s Mises Daily:

First, they are all, with the sole exception of the Bundesbank, “inflationists” when it comes to monetary policy. Inflation (that is, an increase in the money supply) steadily reduces the purchasing power of a fiat money and, in parallel, eases the burden of debt repayments over time as nominal sums become progressively of less relative value.

Such price inflation benefits debtors at the expense of creditors. Hence, for highly indebted Eurozone governments, price inflation is the perceived “get out of jail” card, permitting them to meet their debt obligations with a falling share of government expenditures.

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Source: MISES INSTITUTE

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