With governments running up enormous fiscal deficits resulting in soaring national debts while Central Banks eagerly providing the liquidity through their digital currency printing there has been much talk of the prospect of hyperinflation Hyperinflation is a term to describe rapid, excessive, and out-of-control general price increases in an economy.Learn moreor at the very least double digit inflation. In such a scenario what would this mean for mortgages and other debts? Well, the answer isn’t quite as straightforward as we may like to hear. We also consider three other forms of debt and the impact of hyperinflation on this debt.
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