In the wake of the 2008 crisis, Wall Street has responded by reinflating
the bubble to even larger proportions.
We had to put plastic in with his spines to ensure the excess air could escape as the poor guy kept reinflating
Refracturing is an encouraging way to uplift shale reservoir gas production and ultimate gas recovery by enlarging fracture geometry, creating new fractures, improving pay coverage, reinflating
natural fractures, increasing proppant conductivity, and restoring fracture conductivity [8-11].
There's nothing worse than reinflating
a tyre, setting off and getting another puncture.
As many have argued, the danger grows of simply reinflating
the bubble, one whose eventual bursting would be even harder to cope with given already overencumbered sovereign finances.
So we find ourselves in a prolonged lull, not stagflation, but the economy is not reinflating
A stamp duty cut would be a "relatively painless" step towards reinflating
the economy, he argued, stressing that we should not see the 0.6% growth estimate as evidence of recovery.
The policies have been criticised by some analysts, who warned that because many households were still sitting on heavy mortgage debts from the boom years, reinflating
house prices would be dangerous.
Remember, if you do this you will need a means of reinflating
the tires once unstuck Unless you have a portable air compressor (which we have covered in the past), deflating is a last-ditch effort.
Similarly, while asset bubbles in the Gulf have not begun reinflating
, they could do so if governments' expansive fiscal policies convince Gulf investors that markets have bottomed out and cause funds to flow back out of bank deposits.
The efficacy of MHI in reinflating
collapsed alveoli, removing excess bronchial secretions and improving lung compliance and oxygenation has been well reported (Berney et al 2004, Choi and Jones 2005, Hodgson et al 2000, Maa et al 2005, Patman et al 2000, Stiller et al 1990).
Then Greece followed, with rioting in the streets of Athens, and another bail-out package that did not resolve the crisis but was more akin to reinflating
a tyre when the hole has not been repaired.