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Although this latter statement is still generally true and proved by price behaviour in the various markets, the increasing popularity of monetary theory in both Britain and America has led to the demise of the first theory, namely that more money stock was good medicine for the stock markets. The ever-growing emphasis upon monetarism has led to the newly formulated notion that an expanding money supply creates a demand pull inflation which is inimical to rising stock prices because it debases savings and corporate profits.