Feb 22, 2016

How the Government Deceives us on Inflation, as Rents and Housing Costs Soar | Zero Hedge

Wolf Richter   www.wolfstreet.com   www.amazon.com/author/wolfrichter It’s hard these days to worry about inflation amidst a maelstrom of voices claiming that there isn’t enough inflation to begin with, and that the world will end if prices stop rising even for a moment. Whatever inflation we may encounter in daily life, whether for healthcare, tuition, beef, gas, or cars, we’re told not to worry...

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