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From Coronavirus to Inflationavirus?
Published by Philippe Herlin | Apr 16, 2020 | Articles 33205

With a sharp drop in GDP and an unprecedentedly high level of bank notes, we are entering the scenario we analyzed on February 6: money printing + fall in output = hyperinflation. Both mechanisms are, in our view, necessary for price slippage to occur, and here we are. Inflationavirus is coming.

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The Truman Show
Published by Cyrille Jubert | Apr 6, 2020 | Articles 33041

With the ongoing financial meltdown, demand for precious metals has exploded while at the same time, supply has abruptly dried up. Prices will not stay long at current levels. Expect some great surprises in May-June.

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How Central Banks Will Expand the Zombification of the Economy?
Published by Philippe Herlin | Apr 2, 2020 | Articles 27742

Faced with the coronavirus crisis, the central banks went into "open bar" mode: in the United States, the Federal Reserve announced on March 3 an injection of $1.5 trillion coupled with a cut in its key rate to zero, while the European Central Bank followed with the announcement on March 19 of a €750 billion emergency plan. And it is clear that they can go beyond that, from now on it is "no limit".

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