Again, clues for transmission methods of respiratory virii are kinda in the name...Decades of epidemiology about a virus that exists no longer than 1.5 years?
I'm not sure how to handle Lambda (the forum user), because I take COVID-19 seriously, but also don't think the current precautions we're using will matter that much in the long run. I'm still waiting on the thing that will beat COVID-19.
According to who?USA is currently observing inflation levels not seen since 1980.
On March 26, 2020, in response to coronavirus pandemic, the Fed reduced reserve requirement ratios to 0%—eliminating reserve requirements for all U.S. depository institutions, in other words.
As far as I know, historically speaking at least, deflation is just extreme inflation. It's called that because it looks at a different thing; inflation considers the price of goods in shops going up, but deflation considers the buying power of the money in your bank going down, but that's only because everything in the shops is getting more expensive.What about deflation? It's much more vicious.
Why is deflation worse? Because people start hoarding? If it is really that bad, then I wonder what would happen to Bitcoin once deflation kicks in.What about deflation? It's much more vicious.