Global Inflation

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by kaciara, Jan 15, 2010.

  1. kaciara


  2. l2tradr


    Your chart says inflation rate for most of Western Europe and Japan is not available? :confused:
  3. What year are these figures from???
  4. kaciara


    hi l2tradr

    the chart says not notable (available but small)
  5. kaciara


    related article is 1 day old
  6. l2tradr


    I'm not sure that's the case. Most of Africa and a good part of Latin America has low inflation (i.e. less than 1-2%)?
  7. Would you mind posting the link to the related article?
  8. ammo


    all the high inflation spots,mid east and parts of africa where money is being pumped during this oil land grab
  9. sumfuka


    It looks like all the countries that have high inflation aren't in good standing relations with the U.S. And if that is the case, a lot of other countries don't want to trade with them. So if they want a product they obviously would have to pay more for a third party supplier to sell them the goods. Another thing is these countries lack manufacturing capability (for civilians).
  10. kaciara


    #10     Jan 25, 2010