In The Economist, data analysts looked at data from the 14th century on and found that historical pandemics led to lower inflation. Yet inflation in the US has risen 6 percent despite the economy being in freefall, with GDP down 9%. Which means if something does not change we will have the same "stagflation" that plagued America during the Carter administration.
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