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    Hello. While we cannot speak about specific comments, policy interpretations, or actions action in relation to specific comments outside of with their original poster, we seek to apply the Yahoo Community Guidelines as evenly, fairly, and objectively as possible.

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    cwebbe commented  · 

    It would be very helpful if you could be clearer about why a post has been rejected. I reread my posts and cannot identify the content that has caused the rejection. If this is technically not feasible, please at least highlight the word or words that have been flagged. I am not looking to dispute Yahoo's call - I just want to know what it is that I should avoid doing.
    For your information I am copying below a post that was rejected where the cause is not apparent to me:

    Canuck (note this is the poster's name), I think managing the money supply as the means of managing inflation is no longer part of the Fed toolkit, and I think I agree with that. Actually, you may have seen the Motley Fool reporting a major contraction in M2 over the last 18 months, which ought by now be reflected in a substantial drop in inflation or even disinflation and yet there is no sign of that happening. I do not disagree with the COVID stimulation being inflationary, but when it stopped it ceased to be so. We of course are not going to revert to pre-COVID prices, but fundamental forces are driving a far more modest inflation rate. Again, having said that I do think the Fed is in a bind. Interest rates are too high for a healthy housing industry but if rates are reduced it will probably trigger another round of excessive inflation. If only there were a way to reduce mortgage rates while leaving the rest intact.

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