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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reflate.

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Examples

  • When the dollar goes down, everything else that you own reflates.

    CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2009

  • Unless the housing bubble reflates or the economy suddenly revives, Citibank will surely be back for more help soon enough.

    Robert L. Borosage: Obama's Wall Street Woes

  • Whether the Fed reflates or not, we are going to have a recession, because the Fed cannot undo all the malinvestment it caused by printing money for so many years.

    Fighting Recession Instead of Inflation

  • Global recovery also reflates demand for crude oil and natural gas.

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  • At some point in latter 2009 there is going to be some huge money to be made in being LONG global growth stocks as China reflates its economy and brings along greater Asia - and European countries that did not follow stupid US financial policies (looking at you UK and Spain) will begin to pick up as well - remember our thesis; the world will lead the U.S. out of this mess, not vice versa.

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  • At some point in latter 2009 there is going to be some huge money to be made in being LONG global growth stocks as China reflates its economy and brings along greater Asia - and European countries that did not follow stupid US financial policies (looking at you UK and Spain) will begin to pick up as well - remember our thesis; the world will lead the U.S. out of this mess, not vice versa.

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