inflation rate

  1. the rate of change of prices (as indicated by a price index) calculated on a monthly or annual basis
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How To Use inflation rate In A Sentence

  • Indeed, a trio of reports this week will likely show inflation rates hitting new postrecession highs. Inflation Jump Undercuts Growth Prospects
  • Argentina's erratic inflation rate threatens to upset the plans.
  • The lack of cash flow, the constant devaluation of the currency from the 1700% inflation rate and a fixed price for gold in Zimbabwean dollars left miners finding it hard to produce gold at a profit. Archive 2007-04-22
  • An annualized inflation rate of between 12 and 15 percent was predicted and provision made for salary increases in line with this rate.
  • Government hikes in VAT and excise duties announced in last December's budget added 2% to the overall inflation rate.
  • The inflation rate now stands at 3.6 per cent.
  • 'We expect the headline inflation rate to ease to below 2% by March end as prices of manufactured products continue to soften,' said Manoranjan Sharma, chief economist at Canara Bank.
  • John's money quickly melted away as the double-digit inflation rate continued to soar.
  • It suggests that the benefits of an inefficient fiscal system exceed the costs of high inflation rates.
  • The result was greater economic divergence, and inflation rates in particular moved wider apart.
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