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asset bubble

asset bubble
 n.— «The reckless creation of money and easy credit has created imbalances affectionately known as asset bubbles. These asset bubbles are an alternate manifestation of inflation and the rise in gold’s price is a further signal to the market.» —“Who Needs Al Capone?” by Rob Kirby Free-Market News Network Mar. 23, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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