Stagflation Risks Emerging In Major Economies

A threat from yesterday may very well be the economic threat for tomorrow: stagflation. Stagflation is a combination of rising inflation and stagnating economic growth. That could very well be what is beginning to happen in major world economies, including the U.S. China and Europe. The last time stagflation was a major factor in the world economy was in the mid- to late-1970s. In those days, the price of gold reached a series of all-time highs and the rare coins were in a bull market. Stagflation is very negative for stocks and bonds and positive for hard assets...

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