Recent Examples of reflation from the Web
Stopford at $124b fund bullish on growth cycle, risk assets Hawkish Fed to spur dollar, Treasury yields: BAML, MS If you were disappointed by the Trump reflation trade, pin your hopes on Janet Yellen.
Another point on the long game: Abe hopes that Japan's shrinking labor market will raise wages for workers, triggering the reflation of prices that Japan needs for stronger growth.
The moves look in many ways like a classic reflation trade.
The bond market, which went all-in on the reflation trade after Donald Trump’s election, is growing more skeptical about the sustainability of higher inflation.
An extended slump could weigh on European equities, at a time when strategists are predicting a continuation of the reflation rally that picked up momentum after the first round of the French vote last month.
One asset has taken an early lead in this year’s reflation rally—palladium.
The postelection reflation rally was predicated on the new president’s promise to reflate the U.S. economy with big fiscal spending, putting a booster under expectations for inflation that were already moving skyward.
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Origin and Etymology of reflation
First Known Use: 1932See Words from the same year
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