Hyperinflation as Venezuela Stops Reporting on Their Money Supply

Venezuela has stopped reporting their inflation and money supply data. More money printing along with a decline in the output of goods and services can lead to hyperinflation.

The opposition party to Nicolas Maduro said the country’s inflation has reached 741 percent in February.

Pictured below is the result of hyperinflation during the German Weimar Republic in 1922 when it took a wheelbarrow full of money to buy a loaf of bread.