anticipated inflation

anticipated inflation

the future INFLATION rate in a country that is generally expected by business people, trade union officials and consumers. People's anticipations about the inflation rate will influence their price-setting, wage bargaining and spending/saving decisions. As part of its policy to reduce inflation, governments seek to influence anticipations by ‘talking down’ prospects of inflation, publishing norm percentages for prices and incomes, etc. Compare UNANTICIPATED INFLATION. See EXPECTATIONS, EXPECTATIONS-ADJUSTED/AUGMENTED PHILLIPS CURVE.
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The brokerage houses anticipated inflation in the range of 4.
Garhy further anticipated inflation to drop to 13-14 percent by August.
The CES also showed that most respondents anticipated inflation to increase to 2.
Since currency pays no interest, anticipated inflation acts as a tax on cash balances and causes people to spend resources economizing on cash balances.
Furthermore, we note the exceptionally high base of December 2014, when customers rushed to buy durable goods in an effort to protect their ruble savings from anticipated inflation.
The statement said: "The Cash Policy Committee feels that raising the interest rate is necessary to control anticipated inflation as well as the extent of the general price increase due to the negative consequences on the overall economy in the medium term.
Keywords: Anticipated inflation Unanticipated inflation Relative price variability Macroeconomic framework
Its main finding was that the widely anticipated inflation in the Qatar construction market has yet to materialise, with tender prices having remained largely stable for the past year.
Rabobank anticipates their example may inspire other local brand manufacturers to follow suit, especially in mature markets, given the generally anticipated inflation and volatility of commodity prices in the coming years.
Adjusted for anticipated inflation, raising a child in a middle-class family would cost $301,970, the department said.
Kuroda said the easing steps "are kicking in as some indicators suggest a rise in the anticipated inflation rate.
The beneficial budget impacts, however, would only be transient because savvy financial markets would quickly demand interest rates to compensate for higher anticipated inflation.