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Why do prices rise when the government prints too much money?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    because, when there is more money to go around what do you think happens to other peoples money?

  2. anonymous
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    In other words do you think that you would have more money or less money

  3. Hoopcoach99
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    People spend more, thinking they have more.

  4. anonymous
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    Well yes, in a way but since people may have more money to spend the store owners can raise there prices!

  5. Hoopcoach99
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    THerefore people will have less, because they are spending more on products.

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