reflation


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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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While there have been encouraging signs recently that global growth is strengthening, the recovery is not yet firmly enough entrenched to ensure a self-sustaining cycle of global demand growth and reflation.
As reflected in Tuesday's World Economic Outlook (WEO), economic activity has gained more momentum amid accommodative monetary and financial conditions which the IMF explains have spurred hope for reflation.
In March 2017, China's central bank raised borrowing costs as a stable economy and factory reflation give it scope to follow the Federal Reserve in tightening policy.
Viewing events through the lens of such a geopolitical deal to peg the oil price explains the rapid price reflation in 2009 achieved through a massive influx of prepay financial purchases of oil by risk averse funds.
The Germans, for example, regretted having agreed to joint fiscal expansion at the Bonn summit, because reflation turned out to be the wrong objective in the inflation-plagued late 1970s.
The Japanese market's real winners have been reflation beneficiaries, exporters and, now, megabanks and brokers (Sumitomo Mitsui and Nomura Securities, my favourite picks, have gone banzai-ballistic
The year 2014 ends with optimism that reflation and reform could be underway in China and Japan, although Japan needs to prove to investors that their equity market can go up at some point without the lazy help of currency depreciation.
The ECB clearly wishes to position itself as a contender in the global 'currency wars' of competitive reflation, alongside the BoJ, with the aim of weakening the euro," said Lena Komileva, chief economist at G+ Economics.
Japanese banks are down 15per cent in 2014 even though they arethe greatest beneficiaries of reflation, Abenomics and Special Economic Zones.
Greece should experience mild reflation, while remaining in deflation, at -0.
According to a report released this week by TD Economics, the combination of strong population growth, income growth and reflation in household wealth will drive the Sunshine State to outperform the nation by a considerable margin in 2014 and 2015.
The DPJ is widely seen as accepting the nomination of 68-year-old Kuroda, but some party lawmakers take a cautious view toward approving Iwata, who is a prominent advocate of reflation with the aim to achieve an economic recovery by pushing up prices through monetary easing, saying his approach is "extreme.