disanchor

disanchor

(dɪsˈæŋkə)
vb
(Nautical Terms) archaic to raise the anchor of (a ship)
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'Without a monetary response, it would have been possible for inflation expectations to be disanchored beyond reasonable proportions,' he explained.
"Despite the downsides and the risks for the GDP's outlook, the MPC judges that disanchored inflation expectations are more detrimental to the economy over the medium term.
"Despite the downside risks to the GDP outlook, the MPC judges that disanchored inflation expectations are more detrimental to the economy over the medium term.
(24) As with becomings, Lyotard includes the organic, inorganic, the sonorous and the coloured, adjectives disanchored from nouns, inflections and always there are concealed planes and elements, connections which are not apparent.
Once the ends of macr omolecules are disanchored, macromolecules joining several lamellae would be able to ensure a transfer of load which would involve the saturation of back stress, effective stress, and activation volume up to necking (Stage IIb).
It happened last year when the BSP implemented RR cuts in the beginning of the year and then seemingly reversing the action through a 5x rate increase later on to curb high inflation and a volatile exchange rate market that disanchored inflation expectations.
Without a monetary response, he said it would have been possible for inflation expectations to be disanchored beyond reasonable proportions.
The most recent aggressive response was 50bps last month to rein in inflation expectation which has been disanchored, and to temper second round effects.