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Falling interest rates usually result in increases in circulating money supply. Supply/demand definitely has an effect, but then so do increased living standards (more taxes, more pay to those who stock coke machines). Coke in Switzerland is not expensive because of inflation. With increased living standards, lower end goods necessarily become more expensive while higher end goods become cheaper (or at least don't rise so much).



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