Inflation and hyperinflation
since the 17th century--the time that witnessed the birth of modern banking and finance in northwestern Europe, especially in England and Holland--have always been by-products of so-called fiat money, money that is issued without convertibility into a precious metal like gold or silver ("specie").
Positive expiratory pressure devices can prolong expiratory time and decrease respiratory rate (van der Schans et al 1994), thereby reducing airway closure (Marini et al 1989) and dynamic hyperinflation
, and have been used in the management of lung disease in which airway collapse is a problem.
Since I use high-frequency (daily) data to measure inflation in countries where inflation is elevated, I have been able to refine Cagan's 50 percent per month hyperinflation
On Monday, Trump decriedEe Maduro as a "Cuban puppet"Ee who was "dramatizing the hyperinflations
and shortages of food".
"Indeed, the greatest hyperinflation
on record was Hungary's, where the daily inflation rate reached 207 percent in July of 1946," he said.
As the printing presses sped up, prices rose faster, until these countries started to suffer from something called "hyperinflation
Venezuela has been in an accelerating economic free-fall under President Nicolas Maduro, beset by hyperinflation
and shortages that have driven hundreds of thousands of people to leave the country.
' to its stock market.
in Venezuela has led to the "wheelbarrow problem," when a currency has become so worthless that people need a wheelbarrow of cash to make purchases.
to perform bronchoscopic lung volume reduction using implantation of the Zephyr Endobronchial Valve (Zephyr EBV) to treat hyperinflation
associated with severe emphysema.
An explanation of hyperinflation
where prices soar, banknotes get more zeros, and poverty and hunger spread.
New York: The victory of incumbent Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela's presidential election signals that the political status quo and the country's economic crisis, characterized by hyperinflation
, falling oil production, a sovereign debt default and U.S.