13.03.2009 - Recession fight may lift commods more than economy
From Reuters: Massive government debt issuance to fight the worst recession in many decades may push commodity prices higher without boosting industrial output. This stagflation scenario, feared by some economists, is not on the horizon yet. Since 2009 began, macroeconomic data suggests the industrialized world is experiencing zero inflation, even deflation, from falling prices of energy, cars, houses, stocks and non-government bonds..... Full Article: Source