We do not preclude adding commodities exposure if China reflates
sooner than we expect.
After weeks of verbal jousting, the United States and China sought to bury the hatchet over rows about China's "undervalued" currency and the global risks created by the US printing money to reflate
its struggling economy.
But I am going to take it at face value, as a genuine desire to reflate
the pound somewhere close to $2 (it's currently at $1.
The Hobson's choice before them is: reflate
The UK Government's catastrophic financial failure underlines the need for Scotland to have responsibility to run its own affairs, with the ability to take the decisions needed to reflate
the economy, contribute to recovery, and overcome the Downing Street downturn.
8) In the second act, President Roosevelt's decision to devalue relative to gold in 1933 triggered an expansion in the monetary authority's balance sheet and sent a clear signal of the intent to reflate
Governments around the world would like households to spend up to reflate
Also, China will be one of the first economies to recover, and it will help reflate
the commodity markets, especially energy.
The Fed is desperate to keep mortgage rates low to reflate
the housing market, and last week it promised to inject hundreds of billions of dollars more in this effort.
Effectively, the Fed is trying to reflate
They had to saw into my chest, take arteries out of one of my legs and deflate and reflate
George Osborne, the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, struck a chord when he said that as we look to rebuild, there is no point in trying to reflate
a balloon that has burst.