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In macroeconomic terms, large increases in money quantity , especially if clearly exceeding nominal GDP growth, risk to accelerate the current inflation rate. In other words, if present inflation plus real GDP growth is (much) less than money-quantity rate of growth, there is a consistent risk of acceleration, unless other factors push in the opposite direction.
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