disinflation

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  • noun

Antonyms for disinflation

a reduction of prices intended to improve the balance of payments

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While long-term survey expectations were well-anchored during this period, medium- and long-term market inflation expectations reflected a disinflationary outlook.
Understanding the degree of slack in the economy helps us avoid making policy decisions that could trigger inflationary or disinflationary pressures, Ms.
The pass-through from oil price and exchange rate developments to consumer prices is significantly disinflationary, but is expected to be temporary.
The central bank's effective stalling allowed the eurozone's disinflationary process to proceed to the point where yields on German bunds have reached record lows.
The rising disinflationary pressures, which fundamentally reflect weak demand, warrant further monetary easing in the coming months.
The move was intended to set the economy securely on the disinflationary path.
In addition, the disinflationary impact of recent exchange rate stability should play out into prices.
The sluggish growth outlook implies that disinflationary forces will likely remain in place for the time being.
Consumer prices are rising slowly according to the latest data, although the disinflationary pressure seen in the spring has abated.
The key disinflationary factor driving inflation towards the target tolerance band will be the lower cost-push pressure in food production.
The second round of purchases, which began in late 2010, also appears to have helped in countering disinflationary pressures, he added.
In a disinflationary/deflationary environment investing in high quality corporates debt and equity, possibly with strong balance sheets, and hard assets is the answer in this disinflationary environment.
Yet, ignoring inflation is only normal, given the disinflationary and low-interest-rate environment in which we currently live.
9% year on year, signalling relatively low underlying inflationary pressures but they cautioned that the disinflationary effect of a stronger rand last year, is now coming to an end.
Tightening fiscal policy with no offset from additional monetary easing will strengthen the underlying disinflationary pressures," wrote Posen in a Financial Times guest column.