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This was in a bid to improve access to forex in a time of hyperinflation.THE US DOLLAR IS KING AS ZIMBABWE’S CURRENCY WOES PREVAILFARAI SHAWN MATIASHEFEBRUARY 9, 2022QUARTZ
If inflation stays elevated for too long, it can lead to something economists call hyperinflation.WHY IS INFLATION SO HIGH? IS IT BAD? AN ECONOMIST ANSWERS 3 QUESTIONS ABOUT SOARING CONSUMER PRICESLGBTQ-EDITORDECEMBER 13, 2021NO STRAIGHT NEWS
With prices for everything from food to rent to gasoline on the rise, some observers are even warning the US might be headed for hyperinflation—defined as a 50% increase in prices from one month to the next.GUESS HOW MUCH PRICES ON 11 COMMON GROCERY ITEMS HAVE RISEN IN ONE YEARNATE DICAMILLONOVEMBER 17, 2021QUARTZ
War debts, reparations and financial mismanagement triggered hyperinflation.THE MOM WHO STOLE THE BLUEPRINTS FOR THE ATOMIC BOMB (THE FREAKONOMICS RADIO BOOK CLUB EP. 11)SARAH LYALLSEPTEMBER 25, 2021FREAKONOMICS
The release of this new note, stokes fears of hyperinflation reminiscent of the 2008 era.ZIMBABWE’S NEW HIGH-DENOMINATION BANKNOTE CAN’T BUY A LOAF OF BREADNYASHA CHINGONOJULY 9, 2021QUARTZ
The transition from hyperinflation or high inflation to a supportable level of inflation is a matter of one or two decades.AFTER THE RAINSAM VAKNIN