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There are 2 comments on How Will Inflation Affect the Economy in 2023?

  1. Kotlikoff stresses that we will not be entering a recession unless we “scare ourselves into a recession.”

    So higher interest rates that stymie corporate investing in new capital and equipment necessary for growth while at the same time encouraging personal saving rather than spending on discretionary items and investing in riskier assets such as equities no longer matters so as long as we all continue to throw caution to wind and borrow and spend without fear?

    Will someone pinch me please!

  2. inflation is a social construct, I choose to not believe in inflation. I am manifesting a good economic state in the coming few months. I am a manifestation master. Please send blessings in replies. Best, Berthholdt Kim

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