unexpected inflation

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Inflation at a higher or lower rate than had been expected. If the expected rate of inflation has been taken into account in arriving at wage agreements and loan contracts, inflation higher than expected transfers purchasing power from workers to employers or from lenders to borrowers; inflation lower than expected transfers purchasing power from employers to workers or from borrowers to lenders.

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