inflation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
para bolluğu
şişme
para şişkinliği
inflation adjustment
(Ticaret) enflasyon düzeltmesi
inflation targeting
(Ticaret) enflasyon hedeflemesi
inflation pressure gauge
şişirme basıncı kontrolü
inflation rate
enflasyon oranı
inflation sleeve
şişirme rakoru
inflation premium
enflasyon prim
inflation target
enflasyon hedefi
inflation adjustment profits
(Ticaret) enflasyon düzeltme karları
inflation bias
(Ticaret) enflasyon sapması
inflation expectation survey
(Politika, Siyaset) enflasyon beklenti anketi
inflation level
enflasyon düzeyi
inflation net
(Havacılık) şişirme sistemi ağı
inflation of gold
(Ticaret) altın enflasyonu
inflation pressure
(Otomotiv) şişirme basıncı
inflation shock load
(Havacılık) şişirme azami yükü
inflation shocks
(Ticaret) enflasyon şokları
inflation sprial
(Ticaret) enflasyon sarmalı
inflation time
(Havacılık) şişirme süresi
sustained inflation
(Bilim, İlim) Sönümsüz enflasyon
currency inflation
para enflasyonu
damage of inflation
enflasyon zararı
demand-pull inflation
talep enflasyonu
domestic inflation
yurtiçi enflasyon
hidden inflation
gizli enflasyon
pull down the inflation
enflasyonu aşağıya çekmek
rate of inflation
enflasyon oranı
runaway inflation
tehlikeli enflasyon
annual inflation cost
yıllık/senelik enflasyon maliyeti
core inflation
Çekirdek enflasyon
cost inflation
maliyet enflasyonu
cost push inflation
maliyet enflasyonu
cost-pull inflation
maliyet enflasyonu çekin
creeping inflation
sinsi enflasyon
demand inflation
maliyet enflasyonu
demand pull inflation
talep enflasyonu
headline inflation
(Ekonomi) Temel enflasyon, ana enflasyon
imported inflation
ithal edilmiş enflasyon
non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment
işsizlik olmayan hızlanan enflasyon oranı
rampant inflation
(Ekonomi) Hiper enflasyon, dörtnala enflasyon, aşırı enflasyon
suppress inflation
baskı altına alınmış enflasyon
bottleneck inflation
(Ticaret) dar boğaz enflasyonu
canopy inflation
(Havacılık) kanopinin açık şekli
chronic inflation
(Ticaret) müzminleşmiş enflasyon
double digit inflation
çift haneli enflasyon
effect of inflation on
enflasyona etki
latent inflation
(Ticaret) durağan enflasyon
monetary inflation
(Ticaret) para enflasyonu
premature inflation
(Ticaret) erken enflasyon
receded inflation
(Ticaret) düşen enflasyon
receded inflation
(Ticaret) gerileyen enflasyon
runaway inflation
yüksek enflasyon
soaring inflation
artan enflasyon
tire inflation devices
(Otomotiv) lastik şişirme cihazları
tire inflation kit
lastik şişirme kiti
tyre inflation gun
lastik şişirme tabancası
tyre inflation hose
lastik şişirme hortumu
tyre inflation unit
lastik şişirme ünitesi
tyre inflation valve
lastik şişirme valfi
virulent inflation
(Ticaret) şiddetli enflasyon
wage inflation
(Ticaret) ücret enflasyonu
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A decline in the value of money
An increase in the general level of prices or in the cost of living
An act, instance of, or state of expansion or increase in size, especially by injection of a gas

The inflation of the balloon took five hours.

An increase in the quantity of money, leading to a devaluation of existing money
Undue expansion or increase, as of academic grades
An extremely rapid expansion of the universe, theorised to have occurred very shortly after the big bang
lack of elegance as a consequence of being pompous and puffed up with vanity
the number of dollars in circulation exceeds the amount of goods and services available for purchase; inflation results in a decrease in the dollar's value
An increase in the general level of prices
the act of filling something with air
A rise in prices of goods and services, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, which is based on a "market basket" of about 400 goods and services Inflation can decrease the value of money Therefore, money today is worth less than money tomorrow
(cosmology) a brief exponential expansion of the universe (faster than the speed of light) postulated to have occurred shortly after the big bang
The rate at which the general level of prices for goods and services is rising Inflation has an uncanny ability to erode the value of securities that don't grow fast enough That's why investing only in a money market fund can be more risky than it appears on the surface If inflation is rising at 3% a year and your money market is growing at 5% or 6%, you won't have much money left over for your retirement Measures of inflation include the consumer price index (CPI) and the producer price index (PPI) See "Monday Nights at Denny's " BACK TO TOP
The increase in the cost of living (prices for goods and services) Inflation is measured as an annual average by the CPI (Consumer Price Index )
{i} increase in the supply of money in relation to the amount of goods available resulting in a rise in prices; act of filling with air or gas; state of being filled with air or gas
A persistent upward movement in the general price of goods and services that ordinarily results in a decline of the purchasing power of a nation's currency Inflation resulting from government action to stimulate the economy is known as reflation Disinflation is a downward movement of wages and prices that erases the effects of a previous round of price increases Price inflation is most likely to set in under either one (or a combination) of the following conditions: 1) an increase in demand at a time when supply of labor is tight and industrial capacity is fully utilized; 2) a lack of congruence between increases in wage rates and increases in productivity; 3) a sharp decline in the sources of supply; and 4) a rise in money supply faster than output increases
An increase in the amount of money or credit available in relation to the amount of goods or services available, which causes an increase in the general price level of goods and services Over time, inflation reduces the purchasing power of a dollar, making it worth less
We refer to increases in the price of goods and services over time as inflation
An increase in the general price level of goods and services; alternatively, a decrease in the purchasing power of a dollar
Rise in the price of goods and services that results from spending increases relative to the supply of goods The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is commonly used as a measure of inflation See also Consumer Price Index (CPI)
A rate of increase in the general price level of all goods and services (This should not be confused with increases in the prices of specific goods relative to the prices of other goods )
The average rate of increase in prices When economists speak of inflation as an economic problem, they generally mean a persistent increase in the general price level over a period of time, resulting in a decline in a currency's purchasing power Inflation is usually measured as a percentage increase in the consumer price index
Inflation is a general increase in the prices of goods and services in a country. rising unemployment and high inflation. an inflation rate of only 2.2%. In cosmology, a hypothesized period of exponential expansion of the universe, shortly after the big bang, which may account for some of the universe's observed properties, such as the distribution of energy and matter. Grand unified theories of the forces of nature suggest that inflation could have occurred during the first 10^-32 second after the universe began, when the strong force was decoupling from the weak and electromagnetic forces. During this time, the universe would have expanded by more than 100 orders of magnitude. Interpreted in the context of general relativity, inflation occurred while the universe existed in a state of nonzero energy density (false vacuum). In economics, increases in the level of prices. Inflation is generally thought of as an inordinate rise in the general level of prices. Four theories are commonly used to explain inflation. The first and oldest, the quantity theory, promoted in the 18th century by David Hume, assumes that prices will rise as the supply of money increases. Milton Friedman refined the quantity theory in the mid-20th century, arguing that the prescription for stable prices is to increase the money supply at a rate equal to that at which the economy is expanding. A second approach is John Maynard Keynes's theory of income determination, which assumes that inflation occurs when the demand for goods and services is greater than the supply. It calls for the government to control inflation by adjusting levels of spending and taxation and by raising or lowering interest rates. A third approach is the cost-push theory. It traces inflation to a phenomenon known as the price-wage spiral, in which workers' demands for wage increases lead employers to increase prices to reflect their higher costs, thereby sowing the seeds of a further round of wage demands. A fourth approach is the structural theory, which emphasizes structural maladjustments in the economy, as when in developing countries imports tend to increase faster than exports, pushing down the international value of the developing country's currency and causing prices to rise internally. See also deflation, price index
A rise in the prices of goods and services which occurs when economic demand exceeds supply The economy may grow so fast demand for products and services is greater than the available supply This situation causes prices to rise Over time, even with a relatively low inflation rate, the purchasing power of a dollar is reduced Things cost more; your dollar buys less
An increase in the cost of goods and services which, in turn, decreases the buying power of money over time Inflation is usually measured by the Consumer Price Index and Product Price Index
The process by which the prices of goods and services rise in terms of money Sometimes you will read gold or silver inflation, which means that the price of goods in terms of silver rises, due to an increase in the quantity of gold or silver used as money
a sustained increase in the general price level
A rise in the prices of goods and services
An increase in the amount of money or credit available relative to the amount of goods or services available Inflation causes an increase in the general price level of goods and services Over prolonged periods inflation can reduce the purchasing power of a dollar, making it worth less
An increase in the general price level of goods and services; alternatively, a decrease in purchasing power of the dollar
A general rise in the prices of goods and services
An increase in the general price level of goods and services; alternatively, a decrease in the purchasing power of the dollar
an increase in the volume of money and credit relative to available goods and services resulting in a continuing rise in the general price level
A general increase in prices of goods and services
a general and progressive increase in prices; "in inflation everything gets more valuable except money"
Undue expansion or increase, from overissue; said of currency
Expansion in the money supply beyond the increase in available goods and services. Often misunderstood to mean a rise in prices, which generally accompanies such an expansion
An act, instance of or state of expansion or increase in size, especially by injection of a gas
The state of being puffed up, as with pride; conceit; vanity
the act of filling something with air (cosmology) a brief exponential expansion of the universe (faster than the speed of light) postulated to have occurred shortly after the big bang a general and progressive increase in prices; "in inflation everything gets more valuable except money
The general price increase of goods and services in an economy
The act or process of inflating, or the state of being inflated, as with air or gas; distention; expansion; enlargement
The general price increase for all goods in the economy taken as a whole, expressed as an annual percentage Also see escalation
sufflation
inflation accounting
method for showing accounting reports modified to changes in the index
inflation premium
a percentage built into a nominal interest rate to anticipate the rate of inflation for the loan period
inflation premium
That part of the nominal interest rate which compensates for (strictly speaking expected) inflation
inflation premium
The extra interest that compensates lenders for the expected erosion of purchasing power of funds due to inflation over the life of the loan
inflation premium
A premium equal to expected inflation that investors added to the real risk-free rate of return
inflation rate
This entry furnishes the annual percent change in consumer prices compared with the previous year's consumer prices World Factbook: http: //www odci gov/cia/publications/factbook/notes html
inflation rate
the rate of change of prices (as indicated by a price index) calculated on a monthly or annual basis
inflation rate
Rate of price changes usually calculated on a monthly or annual basis The Consumer Price Index and the Producer Price Index are two principle US indicators of inflation rates They track changes in prices paid by consumers and producers
inflation rate
The annual percentage rate of increase in the average price level
inflation rate
The annual percentage change in the price of goods and services At the consumer level, it is the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and at the wholesale level it is the Producer Price Index (PPI)
inflation rate
- The rate of change in the economy's price level
inflation rate
This entry furnishes the annual percent change in consumer prices compared with the previous year's consumer prices
inflation rate
An important economic indicator The rate at which prices are rising
inflation rate
the percentage amount that prices (e g the retail price index) are higher than a year previously
inflation rate
The annual rate of change or year-on-year change in the Consumer Price Index (National Statistics Office)
inflation rate
The Inflation Rate is the rate of increase in the price of goods and services over a given period of time The most generally used measure of inflation is the Consumer Price Index, which is calculated monthly by the National Statistics Institute in the United States Other indices are available which help measure price increases for specific goods or services In determining what inflation rate assumption to use when planning for a future goal, it is always a good idea to look at historical inflation rates over a long period, preferably a 20 or 30 year period
inflation rate
The rate, which the cost of long-term care is expected to increase in the future Generally this rate is 1-2% higher than the overall U S inflation rate
inflation rate
The percentage change in the price level
inflation rate
the percentage increase in the overall price level from one year to the next (chapter 5)
inflation rate
the percentage increase in the general level of prices
inflation rate
The percentage increase in the price of goods and services, usually annually
inflation rate
The percentage increase in the prices of goods and services
inflation therapy
therapy in which water or oxygen or a drug is introduced into the respiratory tract with inhaled air
core inflation
Inflation without the increase or decrease of prices in some sectors (usually food and energy)
core inflation
Inflation whithout energy, food, alcohol and tobacco prices
core-inflation
Attributive form of core inflation, noun
grade inflation
A gradual upward trend in grades awarded to students during the decades since the mid-20th century, reported in a number of countries and at a number of levels of schooling and sometimes offered as evidence of a decline in academic standards

Grade inflation refers to an increase in grade point average without a concomitant increase in achievement.

taxonomic inflation
An increase in the number of species that is not caused by new discoveries, but by changes in the classification of existing organisms
ınflation
{n} a swelling, swelled state, windiness
core inflation
(Ekonomi) Core inflation is a measure of inflation which excludes certain items that face volatile price movements
headline inflation
(Ekonomi) Headline inflation is a measure of the total inflation within an economy and is affected by areas of the market which may experience sudden inflationary spikes such as food or energy. As a result, headline inflation may not present an accurate picture of the current state of the economy. This differs from core inflation which excludes factors, such as food and energy costs
rampant inflation
(Ekonomi) Hyperinflation
bring down inflation
decrease inflation, lower prices
cost-pull inflation
inflation caused by an increase in the costs of production
cost-push inflation
A sustained rise in prices caused by businesses passing on increases in costs, especially labor costs, to purchasers
cost-push inflation
Cost-push inflation occurs when a company's costs rise and to compensate they have to put their prices up Cost increases may happen because wages have gone up or because raw material prices have increased
cost-push inflation
Inflation caused by a leftward shift in the short-run aggregate supply curve
cost-push inflation
rise in prices due to an increase in production costs
cost-push inflation
A sustained rise in prices caused by businesses passing on increases in costs, especially labor costs, to purchasers BACK TO TOP
cost-push inflation
Cost-push inflation occurs when a company's costs rise and to compensate they have to put their prices up Cost increases may happen because wages have gone up or because raw material prices have increased
cost-push inflation
A term that applies when increases in the price level are caused by increases in cost [FACS] (see also fiscal policy)
cost-push inflation
inflation whose initial cause is a rise in production costs
cost-push inflation
inflation that occurs as increased production costs decrease aggregate supply, which then pushes up prices
cost-push inflation
a rise in prices due to an increase in the cost of production Increases in the cost of labor, raw materials, equipment, and borrowing money push up the cost of production
creeping inflation
slowly growing inflation
demand-pull inflation
inflation caused by an increase in demand or in the supply of money
demand-pull inflation
increase in prices due to demand for merchandise and services which exceeds their supply
fail to bring down inflation
be unsuccessful in reducing inflation (increase in the volume of money relative to available goods)
galloping inflation
inflation that is increasing at an abnormal rate
one-digit inflation
less than ten percent rise in inflation
runaway inflation
rapid decrease of the value of money, consistent raising of prices
stem inflation
stop or hinder inflation, hinder an increased amount of circulating cash
suppressed inflation
attempt to stop price increases by government intervention
three-digit inflation
price increases at a rate of one hundred percent or more
two-digit inflation
increase in prices by more than ten percent
inflation
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