disinflationary


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dis·in·fla·tion

 (dĭs′ĭn-flā′shən)
n.
A marked deceleration in the rate of inflation.

dis′in·fla′tion·ar′y (-shə-nĕr′ē) adj.

disinflationary

(ˌdɪsɪnˈfleɪʃənərɪ)
adj
(Economics) of or relating to disinflation
Translations

disinflationary

[ˌdɪsɪnˈfleɪʃənərɪ] ADJdesinflacionista
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According to the report, globally, the investment growth in the construction sector is increasing but at a sluggish and uneven rate, because of the slow global economic growth and disinflationary pressure.
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consumer prices fell again in September, recording their biggest drop in eight months as gasoline costs fell, the government reported Thursday, but a steady increase in underlying price pressures should calm concerns that a disinflationary trend was re-emerging.
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This critical situation and disinflationary effect of 'lower oil and stronger dollar scenario' has led to a complete reshuffling of the cards.
The two exceptions to the regional disinflationary trend are Egypt and Iran, where varying degrees of subsidy reforms, supply bottlenecks and exchange rate weakness has kept CPI in double-digits.
This is the time we have to consolidate and ensure that the disinflationary perception is entrenched.
25 per cent and indicated that the key to further easing of key rates are data that confirm continuing disinflationary pressures.
The disinflationary thrust that has gripped the US economy for the better part of the past year may have abated in February," said Millan Mulraine, deputy chief economist at TD Securities in New York.