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Deflation

Decreasing prices over time. The deflation rate is usually measured per year. In the United States, deflation is historically rare. The government does what it can to ensure widespread deflation does not occur as it would potentially lead to spending decreases since people would wait for things to become less expensive.

News On Deflation
UK 'Leave' vote deflates hopes for US-EU trade deal

25-06-2016| Source:Reuters

The historic divorce launched by Thursday's vote will almost certainly further delay substantial progress in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) talks as the remaining 27 EU states sort out their own new relationship with Britain, trade experts said on Friday.

'If you want to make outsized returns, buy during uncertainty'  

17-06-2016| Source:CNBC-TV18

economy was growing at 7.5 percent in a world mired in deflation. Over the long term, this would lead to tremendous creation of new businesses and wealth.Kela -- who called

May WPI at 0.79%: Is this the end of industrial deflation?  

14-06-2016| Source:Moneycontrol.com

."Input prices are rising at a faster rate. Output prices continue to remain stick at higher levels," Deepali Bhargava, Economist at Credit Suisse, told CNBC-TV18. "It seems like deflation is largely over

Stock prices look justified for 1st time in 2 yrs: Ridham Desai  

31-05-2016| Source:CNBC-TV18

."Earnings, in this quarter itself, have turned positive with the exception of corporate banks. Mid teens earnings growth is likely over next couple of years," he said. Key calls to watch here would be deflation

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