Why Capital Inflows Exacerbate Inflation?

Answer Inflation is defined as the debasement of a currency, especially as compared to the prices of the goods and services that currency is used to purchase. Capital inflow represents the investment in a... Read More »

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What is Inflation Why inflation down from up Demand, Cost and effect(affecting to stock market?

Hi Dakxa,Inflation can be thought of as resulting from too much money chasing too few goods. The result is rising prices for goods and services in an economy. During an economic recession such as... Read More »

How to Convert Annual Inflation to Monthly Inflation?

Inflation is usually listed as an annual statistic, with the cost of purchasing goods increasing between 1 and 4 percent per year. However, there is not one day during the year when prices suddenly... Read More »

Ouch! After an overzealous workout, my calves are killing me. Does wearing CFM boots exacerbate the problem?

I thought all calves were vegetarians... why are they killing you? Do your calves have mad cow disease? Mebbe you better run for it. Mebbe you best reconsider your choice of footwear... unless you ... Read More »

What is the national capital of Thailand and in what year did the city become the capital?

The capital city of Thailand is Bangkok. It was declared the nation's capital in 1782 by Rama I after the previous site of Ayutthaya had been destroyed by the neighboring armies of Burma.Source:CIA... Read More »