Translation of inflation in Spanish:

inflation

inflación, n.

Pronunciation: /ɪnˈfleɪʃ(ə)n//ɪnˈfleɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    inflación feminine
    inflation is running at 20 per cent hay una inflación del 20%
    • That is something Asian companies did not do the last time inflation hit the region in the early 1990s.
    • Meanwhile they have awarded themselves salary rises well above inflation.
    • I think he's missing out on all the massive bouts with inflation.
    • Taking that and inflation into account would raise the cost to about £390m.
    • These are the same landlords who clamoured over cheap two and three-bed houses in the first place, driving inflation.
    • Meanwhile, the world's central bankers have been trained to focus exclusively on inflation.
    • Although inflation was dramatically reduced, so was demand, output, and employment.
    • Some pension experts believe the new statements will give an accurate picture because they reflect the impact of inflation.
    • The bare figures, however, conceal the fact that domestic inflation is still stubbornly high.
    • Failure to adjust benefits for inflation was a favorite strategy in Latin America.
    • In a downward inflation trend, salary expectations lag the decreases in inflation.
    • It is hardly surprising, then, that inflation has been on an upward trend.
    • In December he indicated that he was concerned about inflation and the excessive risk taking in the markets.
    • Over the long run, as the graph dramatically shows, equities have strongly outperformed bonds and inflation.
    • True, central bankers are never entirely relaxed about inflation.
    • Even though inflation at 2.6% is low, it is still eating into any money left on deposit.
    • Global inflation is not, however, taking off into the blue yonder.
    • But in a market where bond yields are tightening and inflation is low, returns are the top priority for investors.
    • But over the longer term, only equities have produced returns that consistently beat inflation.
    • The key concern behind the recent market turmoil is inflation.