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(1) They began a process of economic deflation.
(2) There has been a deflation in/of property values.
(3) Deflation hit productivity growth which slowed down somewhat.
(4) The roots of this deflation are too complicated for discussion here.
(5) In a world of deflation the pressure to act is sharply reduced.
(6) Fierce price deflation, increased competition and rising costs have combined to depress profits.
(7) In fact, because of deflation, the wages of those working actually went up, in effect.
(8) Obviously a process of balanced deflation would entail no alteration of the real wage rate.
(9) Deflation, the curse of farmers and wage earners, seemed ready to ease its icy grip.
(10) Phases of weathering, drying and deflation would lead to a steady deepening of the hollow.
(11) But deflation is also squeezing corporate margins and making it harder to tackle the high levels of corporate and national debts.
(12) Deflation, not inflation[http://Sentencedict.com], is the clear and present danger.
(13) Deflation is a decline in the general price level.
(14) Reserve requirement system is an intense deflation policy.
(15) The government adopted a strategy of massive deflation.
(16) Prices still flirt with deflation ( see chart ).
(17) Deflation per se benefits financial businesses.
(18) Bank of Japan sees end in sight for deflation.
(19) The gold short - term possibly faces the deflation time arrival the test.
(20) Their impeccable timing was usually designed to cause the maximum amount of ego deflation.
(21) In the original neoclassical synthesis the practical relevance of a process of price deflation for establishing full employment was regarded as minimal.
(22) Second[sentencedict.com], the real medium-term danger for the global economy will be deflation rather than inflation.
(23) The immediate threat to the West may be inflation; the spectre in the shadows is deflation.
(24) Bond yields are also falling, in the expectation that deflation will persist well into the future.
(25) The nominal stock of money, M 1, is assumed to remain unchanged in the face of balanced deflation.
(26) Some desert hollows may also be attributed in considerable part to deflation.
(27) In its monthly reports, for instance, it has dropped its insistence that the threat of deflation has receded.
(28) The authorities have been struggling to deal with the problems of debt deflation for just over 11 years now.
(29) Governments responded to the profits squeeze and loss of competitiveness by deflation and incomes policies.
(30) Falling yields on Treasury bonds suggest that many investors worry about economic stagnation and deflation; the soaring price of gold points to fears of runaway inflation.
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