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Stagflation will drive gold price





 

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The Fed is tightening monetary policy, but certainly not excessively. This increases the chances of stagflation and a rising gold price.

Many believe that central banks are raising interest rates too much, the Fed is slowing down too much, and inflation is falling. Certainly, inflation will fall because the money supply will grow more slowly. The effects occur with a lag, hence the assumption that central banks may exaggerate. However, the fact that experts at the Fed and other central banks are aware of the lagged effects speaks against possible exaggerations. Nevertheless, there is still an excess of money supply relative to output. The increase in the money supply peaked during the pandemic. So, inflation is not going to go away anytime soon, because what matters for inflation is the development of the money supply.

Real interest rates are probably not high enough to slow nominal growth. Real interest rates are what an investor receives adjusted for inflation. It will be difficult to achieve the central banks\- inflation expectations of around two percent without real positive interest rates. Falling nominal interest rates, i.e. interest that accrues without factoring in inflation, existed even before the pandemic. This has fueled inflation and made real yields more and more negative. What all this means for the price of gold is that the Fed is actually still running a loose monetary policy. And as long as real interest rates are still strongly negative, investors lack incentives to save and thus lack capital for investment and sustainable growth. Moreover, if inflation cannot be reduced significantly, then recession looms even more likely stagflation (economic stagflation and high inflation). This is an absolutely supporting factor for the gold price, so get into gold stocks!

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In accordance with §34 WpHG I would like to point out that partners, authors and employees may hold shares in the respective companies addressed and thus a possible conflict of interest exists. No guarantee for the translation into English. Only the German version of this news is valid.

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