Inflation set to dive in 2009

By Staff Writer
Inflation set to dive in 2009

By Roelof Botha
From Fin24

The inflation debate has taken a very welcome turn in recent weeks. Since the end of 2006 almost all influential opinion leaders across the economy, as well as factual reports on inflation trends, have painted a gloomy picture.

Justmoney.co.za says:

It is the job of an economist to not only call their snap shot of the economy, ceteris paribus, but to also fuel the sentiment that will drive the markets that way.

Here at Justmoney we believe in savings accounts. We also think that planning for your retirement works. If in doubt, you can't afford it. Then when the economy really does swing, you will be best placed to take advantage of it.

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