How credit drives inflation and why interest rates change

When we buy something on credit, we promise the lender to pay it back at a later point in time. So credit is an asset to the lender but a liability to the borrower. When you borrow money, you are basically spending more than you make. This means that at a future time you will have to spend less than you make to pay back the loan. If you look at borrowing from another perspective, you are basically lending money from your future self.

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