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Poll: Is the US at Risk of Deflation?

Economists and market analysts are increasingly expressing concern that the United States could be could be edging closer to a deflationary trap, similar to the one that cost Japan more than a decade of growth and economic progress.

Even St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank President James Bullard said recently that the risk of deflation in the country has risen somewhat compared to the start of the year.

What do you think: Is the U.S. at risk of a deflation?

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