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inflation > interest rate? [closed]
Currently, the federal reserve interest rate is 0-0.25%, and the inflation is 2-3%. Does this contradict the no-arbitrage principle? (The arbitrage being: borrow money at 0.25% and invest it in the ...
Jul 20 '12 at 18:38
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