Examples of inflationary in a Sentence
He blames the bad economy on the government's inflationary policies.
Recent Examples of inflationary from the Web
Because of health care cost increases, inflationary utility increases, wage increases per collective bargaining agreements, and curriculum and other supplies purchases, education costs continue to rise.
Hungary on Hold The National Bank of Hungary will probably confirm its dovish bias at a meeting on March 27, with updated economic forecasts likely showing no signs of excessive inflationary pressures.
Yet recent data have suggested inflationary pressures are still relatively muted—something that could help cap a rise in bond yields for now.
Markets have gyrated furiously over the past few months in response to the prospect of inflationary measures, the impact of steel and aluminum tariffs, and the notion of an impending trade war.
The wonks on Wall Street, of course, are fearing that wage gains would lead to inflationary pressures — and force the Federal Reserve to raise rates even more in 2018.
Atleson said those increases were necessary to address inflationary cost increases, replace aging equipment and repair a leaky salt storage facility, items that had been planned for in the past.
Central-bank forecasts show unemployment averaging 4.2 percent in the coming quarters, below the 4.25 percent rate officials say the economy can sustain without generating inflationary pressure.
All eyes were on America’s latest inflation report, following the turmoil in markets that was fed in part by worries that central banks will step up increases to interest rates in response to inflationary pressures.
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INFLATIONARY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inflationary for English Language Learners
: of or relating to economic inflation
: causing, experiencing, or affected by economic inflation : causing, experiencing, or affected by rising prices
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