deflation

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A decrease in the general price level, that is, in the nominal cost of goods and services as well as wages
(geology) the erosion of soil as a consequence of sand and dust and loose rocks being removed by the wind; "a constant deflation of the desert landscape"
A decline in the general level of prices
A drop in overall prices, often the result of a shortage of money or credit Deflation is the opposite of inflation
A decline in the general price level of goods and services that results in increased purchasing power of money The opposite of inflation Deflation is not always good for an economy because companies have no pricing power BACK TO TOP
a contraction of economic activity resulting in a decline of prices
The removal of loose material from a beach or other land surface by wind or wave action
The opposite of inflation producing a decline in the prices of goods and services
{i} decrease in the quantity of money in circulation, increase in buying power, decrease in prices
An actual decline in the general level of prices in the economy
the act of letting the air out of something
The opposite of inflation A period where the purchasing power of money increases in terms of a basket of goods and services
the act of letting the air out of something a contraction of economic activity resulting in a decline of prices (geology) the erosion of soil as a consequence of sand and dust and loose rocks being removed by the wind; "a constant deflation of the desert landscape
Deflation is a reduction in economic activity that leads to lower levels of industrial output, employment, investment, trade, profits, and prices. inflation. a reduction in the amount of money in a country's economy, so that prices fall or stop rising inflation. Contraction in the volume of available money or credit that results in a general decline in prices. A less extreme condition is known as disinflation. Attempts are sometimes made to bring on deflation (through raising interest rates and tightening the money supply) in order to combat inflation and slow the economy. Deflation is characteristic of depressions and recessions
Defined as sustained fall in the general price level
the opposite of inflation, a reduction in the money supply
a persistent decrease in the general level of prices
(déflation)
Decline in the prices of goods and services Antithesis of inflation
An actual decrease in prices The opposite of inflation, which is an increase in prices
A contraction in the supply of money or credit that results in declining prices; the opposite of Inflation
A fall in the general level of all prices The opposite of inflation
Deflation is the opposite to inflation and means that the money you have today will be worth more tomorrow Unfortunately, it isn't as good as it sounds, because it makes people reluctant to spend, which is harmful for the economy It is also very uncommon
A debasement of the monetary system An decrease in the volume of currency such that there is less currency bidding for goods and services within a free market, tending to force market prices lower Excessive Supply for available Demand
Removal of loose material by wind
An economic condition that is characterized by the decline in the prices of goods and services (the reverse of inflation) Also see inflation
The opposite of inflation, deflation is the process through which prices decline It is almost always a sign of a depression
a sustained decrease in the general price level
a decrease in the overall price level, or a negative inflation rate (chapter 14)
The removal of loose fine grained material from a surface by wind action One way of forming hollows that are not karst (qv)
An economic period characterized by falling prices, high unemployment and a generally sluggish or slow economy (G)
disinflation
deflationary
associated with or tending to cause deflation
deflationary
{s} pertaining to deflation (decrease in the quantity of money in circulation, increase in buying power, decrease in prices)
deflationary
A deflationary economic policy or measure is one that is intended to or likely to cause deflation. inflationary
deflationary
associated with or tend to cause deflation
deflationary
associated with or tending to cause decreases in consumer prices or increases in the purchasing power of money; "deflationary measures
deflation

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    de·fla·tion

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    dîfleyşın

    Eş anlamlılar

    disinflation

    Zıt anlamlılar

    inflation

    Telaffuz

    /dəˈflāsʜən/ /dɪˈfleɪʃən/

    Etimoloji

    [ di-'flA-sh&n, "dE- ] (noun.) 1891. deflate +‎ -ion

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