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Australia's Inflation Rate Rises to 4.2 percent
Why is inflation rising now, and what is driving it?
The possibility a rise in inflationary problems is now being acknowledged in many parts of the world. No matter where you live, world wide inflationary pressures are back! And it requires different approaches to everything to do with money - including wage contracts, borrowing for whatever purpose and any form of investment.
Mortgage Woes, What to do?
According to the Case Shiller national home price index, house prices in July 2007 were 3.9% lower than in July 2006.Mr Shiller, an economist at Yale University, has been quoted as saying that "The collapse of US home prices might turn out to be the most severe since the Great Depression."
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