anti-inflationary

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anti-inflationary

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anti-inflation

adj
(Economics) of or relating to measures to counteract or combat inflation
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anti-inflationary

[ˌæntɪɪnˈfleɪʃnərɪ] ADJantiinflacionista
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President Trump's fiscal stimulus (tax cut) in the ninth year of an economic expansion will only amplify the inflation fears in the bond market and raise the odds that the Powell Fed is "behind the curve" in its anti-inflation mandate.
Mr Humaidan said the anti-inflation allowance targeted more than 118,000 households whose breadwinners earn less than BD1,000.
The long-term effects are anti-inflation, to the extent that infrastructure will reduce transportation cost, increase productivity," Medalla said.
Today, it is under pressure again because of the perception that President Trump is about to appoint an anti-inflation hawk as the next Federal Reserve governor,' the BSP chief said.
Our story starts with the loss of anti-inflation credibility in the 1970s.
Anti-inflation policy as a strategic vector of the National Banks activities in the long-term perspective found its reflection in the Edict of the President of the Republic of Belarus No.
True, there was a short, sharp recession in 1980, mostly the unintended consequence of Carter's anti-inflation program.
Euros dropped against dollars to its lowest with the hope of new anti-inflation measures.
The public in the southern countries embraced the euro precisely because the northern countries' commitment to price stability gave them a currency with enormous anti-inflation credibility.
Tackling inflation: Economy Minister Ali Tayeb-nia (photo) said the government has launched an anti-inflation campaign that it will stick to until inflation is brought down into single digits.
The central bank's strong anti-inflation policies may clash with the new government's aim of reviving an economy that grew by 4.
Comparing the estimation results with several published CBI indices, the author found that certain aspects of legislated differences in CBI generate variations in the anti-inflation behaviors of central banks.