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Example: Apple. People "overpay" for their products, money that ends up in corporate savings and not in their competitors' coffers, sort of a black hole because Apple doesn't see enough investment opportunities. Let's assume these savings are in the form of government bonds. Is this type of money flow deflationary? Are there studies about money flow/inflation impact by different savings types? Is there a general rule how savings vs investments affect inflation?

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