Examples of inflationary in a Sentence
He blames the bad economy on the government's inflationary policies.
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To the rescue By the time Alan Greenspan succeeded Volcker at the Fed in August 1987, the inflationary impact of robust economic growth, a strong labor market and — importantly — a weakening dollar, spurred Greenspan to raise rates.
Some participants discussed the possibility that secular trends, such as the influence of technological innovations on competition and business pricing, also might have been muting inflationary pressures and could be intensifying.
Alternatively, the inflationary momentum can be left unchecked until the public clamour for price stability brings the government down or forces a retreat.
That $348 increase, along with a $662 inflationary rise in other student expenses, could bring the total cost of attendance from $34,700 this year to $35,710 next year.
These inflationary pressures are likely to be countered somewhat by the slowdown in growth.
Under the proposal, the wage would rise to $10 in 2019, $10.65 in 2020, $11.35 in 2021 and $12 in 2022, with yearly inflationary adjustments afterward.
Rindo also wrote that the project amounts also built in inflationary factors to the pre-referendum estimates.
July’s consumer inflationary rate is well below Beijing’s 3% target set for 2017.
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