demand-pull

Related to demand-pull: cost-push

de·mand-pull

(dĭ-mănd′po͝ol′)
n.
Increased demand for a limited supply of goods and services, tending to cause consumer prices to increase.

de·mand′-pull′ adj.
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"Starting from the time of gaining the state independence, Azerbaijan experienced inflation of costs and there was not demand-pull inflation, which was associated with high prices for credit resources and a high level of monopolization, which led to a shortage of money supply in the national economy," he said.
This means that unlike in developed countries, where the role of finance and especially mortgage finance feeds is significant in terms of feeding into demand-pull inflation, whereby the role of tight monetary policy basically increasing policy rate becomes highly relevant in reducing inflation; through squeezing the aggregate demand.
Although demand-pull pressures lessened in intensity towards the end of financial year 2018-19, the non-food non-energy component continued to climb due to second round impact of exchange rate deprecation and increase in energy prices.
Although demand-pull pressures have lessened in intensity towards the end of the fiscal year, the non-food non-energy component continued to climb.
Although demand-pull pressures lessened in intensity towards the end of FY19, the Non-Food Non-Energy component continued to climb due to second round impact of exchange rate deprecation and increase in energy prices.
Although demand-pull pressures lessened in intensity towards the end of FY19, the Non-food Non-Energy component continued to climb due to the second round impact of exchange rate deprecation and an increase in energy prices.
This won't be a demand-pull inflation but a cost-push one.
Uwaleke recalled that the monthly reports by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) had shown that inflation in Nigeria, against the backdrop of low economic activities, was more of the cost-push type than demand-pull.
SNG's contracts are largely demand-pull contracts with utility counterparties, which lowers recontracting risk, with GAS being the system's largest holder of capacity.
"Considering the previous erroneous projection in October, certainty becomes nil at best and no assurance can ever be had either by the President or the public itself that high prices of goods and services will never happen, not to mention the fact that election spending will definitely exacerbate inflation in 2019, an election year, where demand-pull inflation may likely occur," the senator said.
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'The results also revealed that there is a marginal increase in CPI due to demand-pull inflation,' said the report.

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