European Inflation Expectations Have Never Been This Low

European Central Bank President Draghi frowns during the monthly ECB news conference in Frankfurt

Where will inflation be in 5 years ? The market has a very clear answer to that question: it will be too low compared to what ECB wants

(original publishing date: 10/13/14)

This chart shows how central banking in Europe is completely wrong:
When ECB says that it wants an annual rate of inflation equal to 2%, we just can’t help thinking: “Oh do you now ?”

“Printing money will create hyper-inflation”, that’s the argument of “hawks”. Interesting: take a look at the comparison between Europe and the US made in the graph and spot the hyper-inflation.

Can you see the hyper-inflation in the US ? Neither can we.


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