Updated inflation charts

The inflation charts page has updated inflation data as of July 2017. Inflation is at 7.5 percent, based on┬árevised Federal Reserve data. The rate appears steady. I was expecting the rate to decline so that ‘they’ could trigger another stock market crash, but maybe not. Still, a 7.5 inflation rate means…the value of the U.S. dollar has or will be worth 7.5 percent less than what it would have been worth if Federal Reserve and the U.S. administration had not created more dollars. This is despicable.

Here are the updated charts:

Annual changes in Fed Reserve dollar quantity - through 2017 July

Line chart of Fed Reserve Dollar Quantity from 1959 to 2017, with callouts showing when total dollar quantity doubled. Current total is 12.6 Trillion

Table - Raw data showing composition of Fed Reserve Dollar total, from 1994 to 2017 (July)

Pie chart showing components of Federal Reserve Dollars - 2017 July

For more details, visit the Charts page.

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