Re: Re: Conference in Madrid with Spain’s head of Housing


History shows that after a recession economies enjoy a surge in growth and consumer demand. It’s a bit like letting a frustrated dog off the leash. Central banks will struggle to cope with that rising demand, interest rates will rise and rise. Currencies will soar in value.
The only factor which may prevent that happening is current levels of private debt. However that debt will eventually be devalued as inflation runs rampant.
Bring it on.
I can remember double digit inflation the UK economy went haywire eventually but it created opportunity.