noninflationary

noninflationary

(ˌnɒnɪnˈfleɪʃənərɪ)
adj
(Economics) not causing economic inflation
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The decline in M2 growth favourably coincided with an annual increase in broad money velocity which suggests lower room for noninflationary money growth.
This development, coupled with the movement of the peso in recent weeks, will give the BSP confidence to cut rates once more this year in a noninflationary environment.
"Steve won the battle of ideas including Tax Cuts and deregulation which have produced noninflationary prosperity for all Americans," Trump said in the tweet.
Discussion with the authorities centered on the policies required to address the current situation and promote strong noninflationary growth over the medium term.
If so, then they can drive nominal GDP (PY) and raise the price level (P) once real GDP (Y) is equal to or exceeds its noninflationary potential.
If this occurs, the demand for national money will increase and permit a one-time noninflationary increase in its supply.
As discussed previously, the main advantage of a noninflationary currency is that it facilitates capital accumulation and leads to lower time preferences.
Japan's hope for a return to sustainable, noninflationary growth has waned.
"Monetary and fiscal policy have to work together if we're going to make it to the end game of a robust economy with strong employment in a noninflationary environment."
Many target-date funds have asset allocations that work well in a noninflationary growth environment, says Scott Wolle, chief investment officer (CIO) for Invesco Ltd.'s global asset allocation team in Atlanta.
He called all to understand the current situation, stressing the importance of carrying out the recommendations already presented to the cabinet, topped by developing the country's own resources, seeking additional, safe and noninflationary domestic and external resources, raising the tax and customs collection efficiency and other policies and procedures requisite to control the budget deficit, achieve financial sustainability and enhance economic growth.
Carter's order encouraged noninflationary pay and price behavior by the private sector and labor unions and prohibited contractors from raising prices and wages beyond prescribed "non-inflationary limits" (E.O.