One of the major ways through which inflation is through controlling the money supply that exists in that particular economy. The control of the money supply in an economy resides with the central bank of that state. However, there are other factors that affect the inflation which is also beyond the control of economies. Generally, in a stable economy, a slow increase is considered desirable and acceptable. A slow and steady growth rate in inflation might indicate the movement of the economy towards prosperity and boom. A rapid increase or decrease in inflation might be an indicator of an underlying problem of an economy. (William, 1980)