inflationary : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  associated with or tending to cause increases in inflation
    inflationary prices

  • Nixon's determination to do something about the overheated economy was prompted by a realization that an "inflationary psychology" is taking hold among Americans.
  • Government economists warned that more serious inflationary pressures were building up.
  • The inflationary expansion stops when the force driving it is transformed into matter and energy as we know them RADIATION-DOMINATED ERA Most of the energy is in the form of .
News & Articles

  • OECD: Falling Labor Costs Point to Low Inflation Pressures
    Wages in developed economies grew at a slower pace than productivity during the first quarter of 2013, an indication that inflationary pressures remain weak, the OECD said.
    June 20, 2013 - Wall Street Journal Blogs
  • Botswana cuts interest rates to 8.5 percent
    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Botswana's central bank cut its lending rate by 50 basis points to 8.5 percent on Tuesday, reducing rates for the second time this year as it tries to stimulate slowing economic growth. "The current state of the economy, which is characterised by output growing below potential and high unemployment, provides an opportunity for non-inflationary stimulus to the economy ...
    June 19, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
  • Tombini Says Brazil Working to Limit Price Impact of Weaker Real
    Brazil’s central bank President Alexandre Tombini said policy makers are working to reduce the inflationary pressure that may stem from a drop in the real, the worst performing major currency in the past month.
    June 18, 2013 - Bloomberg

  • Tony Hayward in MarketWatch
    Hayward said the oil-price moves "should not obscure very real operational improvements in refining and rigorous cost control across the company that kept our cash costs essentially flat compared with last year - despite immense inflationary...
  • Malcolm Turnbull in
    Although the federal funds rate is likely to remain exceptionally low for an extended period, as the expansion matures, the Federal Reserve will at some point need to begin to tighten monetary conditions to prevent the development of inflationary... Ben Bernanke New York Times (blog) Feb 24, 2010 51632 69089 inflationary He begged the Reserve Bank to put up rates," Mr Turnbull said. "He created an environment where the Government of the day - and this is unique in the history of our country or indeed any country - exacerbated inflationary expectations. We...

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