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reflation

1. an increase in economic activity
2. an increase in the supply of money and credit designed to cause such an increase
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In a bold attempt to reflate the Japanese economy, the Bank of Japan has now pushed interest rates on deposits into negative territory.
When interest rates are so low, how could we reflate the economy?
Europe and Japan, two other big blocks of global output will be focused more on trying to export their way out of their problem by using quantitative easing to help reflate their economies.
It is expected that all these new policy measures would help to reflate the economy.
Brandywine Global believes the keys for stabilization are for the Fed to delay hiking interest rates--previously expected in September--and China must reflate its domestic economy.
An extremely accommodative monetary policy, which is intended to help reflate the country's economy, has driven down credit spreads and investment returns, while loan demand remains weak, resulting in a challenging operating environment for banks to generate profits.
Tokyo -- A key Japanese central bank business survey has shown that big companies plan to cut spending, clouding the outlook for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's drive to reflate the economy and spurring calls for more monetary stimulus.
When the Fed embarks, as it has, on a novel strategy to reflate the economy, it's healthy for investors to be skeptical.
With Japan's new policy gambit likely to push the yen lower still, and with the euro heading south versus the dollar thanks to the ECB's efforts to reflate its economy, discussion of currency devaluation cannot be ruled out in Brisbane either.
Japan, having battled with deflation for many years, is determined to follow through on its promises to reflate the economy via the tools of "Abenomics", named after Prime Minster Shinzo Abe.
8200;Vortex d'Anjou : Sa derniare course ne reflate pas sa vraie valeur, car juge sur ce qu'elle avait ralis auparavant, elle reste en mesure de se racheter en bon rang l'arrive pour peu qu'elle arrive grer son recul.
This year, the Anglo-Dutch company promised to accelerate asset sales to reflate a narrowing cushion between cash inflow and investment spending.