Is inflation returning?

Kern, David
May 2005
Accountancy;May2005, Vol. 135 Issue 1341, p64
Trade Publication
Argues that growing concerns over higher inflation in Great Britain, as of May 2005, are premature and overstated. Factor attributed to the concerns over higher inflation; Economic impact of higher oil prices; Forecasts on U.S. Federal funds rate.


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