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What triggers hyperinflation?
The two primary causes of hyperinflation are (1) an increase in the money supply not supported by economic growth, which increases inflation, and (2) demand-pull inflation, in which demand outstrips supply.
pattycakechamp · 26-30, F
A term I heard years ago in high school, "stagflation". Essentially when the economy stagnates, but the money keeps getting printed.
GERRI · 46-50, F
[@1195228,pattycakechamp] a meth-addicts gold
pattycakechamp · 26-30, F
[@872289,GERRI] Maybe, but it's at an all time high and these companies keep worrying about a "shortage". At least it's affordable.
GERRI · 46-50, F
[@1195228,pattycakechamp] Do you mean copper is "UP" against the dollar? That generally means the dollar is weaker.
xuxuguinhu9 · 31-35, T
basicly like in communist countries and in underdeveloped countries like in africa

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