Translation of expansionary in Spanish:

expansionary

expansionista, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪkˈspanʃ(ə)n(ə)ri//ɪkˈspænʃəˌnɛri/

adjective

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    expansionista
    • The authorities can mitigate the extent of the damage by collectively following expansionary policies.
    • Except for a severe contraction in 1974, monetary policy was largely expansionary and contributed to the inflation outcome.
    • The late 1998 statistics for the first two rules provided clear voting majorities for an expansionary policy, and the final rule suggested a neutral or unchanged policy.
    • There is also the concern that, like Japan, the US may be pushing on a string with expansionary policies.
    • The central bank then has a choice between implementing a contractionary monetary policy to fight inflation and an expansionary policy to fight recession.
    • Ireland had its knuckles rapped for following expansionary budget policies at a time of strong growth in February 2001.
    • In view of the parliamentary elections in June 2005, growth is stimulated by expansionary fiscal and wage policies and could show some signs of overheating.
    • In the US, macroeconomic policy has become wildly expansionary.
    • Low interest rates and expansionary policies seem to have pushed the US economy forward and we are seeing very strong figures being reported there.
    • At the international level, the G7 meeting to be held next month should coordinate expansionary policies, giving its blessing to rate cuts and easing of fiscal policy.
    • Let me briefly address an argument that is sometimes made to justify the demand for a more aggressive expansionary policy in Europe.
    • He pointed out that interest rates are still very low, fiscal policy is still very expansionary and the inventory situation almost everywhere is healthily low.
    • If expansionary policies are not adopted, the economy may regress.
    • Here, states attempt to exploit the international economy through expansionary policies.
    • When inflation is brought under control, the government can then return to an expansionary policy in time for the next election.
    • However, expansionary fiscal and monetary policies that lead to increased fiscal deficits or cheap credit are both inappropriate and ineffective.
    • It was therefore ‘no longer prudent’ to continue with an expansionary policy stance.
    • At present, monetary policy is expansionary, as interest rates are less than the rate of inflation.
    • Monetary policy was quite expansionary during 1999, as the first of the two articles predicted, and tightened considerably in recent months as the later article suggested.
    • However, the tight monetary policy wreaked havoc on the corporate sector, and by June 1980 it moved away to an expansionary policy stance.