July 16 - The trillions of dollars of central bank money printing around the world was meant to spark inflation. But 5 years after Lehman, it still hasn't happened. And there’s little sign it will.
Six trillion dollars. That's how much money the world's major central banks of continued to keep the global economy and markets a flow since the crisis. This unprecedented flood of liquidity would spot -- huge and catastrophic rise in inflation. But guess books that hasn't happened. Four years into the money and experiment inflation across the rich G-7 economies is ultra low. And to be heading even -- ago today showed inflation pressures and euros or hundreds and remained tame. But even softer in the rest of the G-7 Canada Japan and the United States. So when -- that inflation explosion take place. The price of gold historically investors ultimate protection against rising prices suggest not for a long long time. About. On top of that. Global economic growth is slowing job is your reserve has indicated it may soon join -- multi trillion dollar stimulus program to an end. Against that backdrop. The question remains just as much -- -- bed. Inflation and toss it up.