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  • noun Plural form of reflation.

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Examples

  • The early recipients of the monetary stimulus - the banks, brokers and other associated players - have benefited the most, as is always the case during inflations and reflations.

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  • If not, a set of unbalanced reflations will make pre-crisis trade imbalances worse, and weaken confidence.

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  • If not, a set of unbalanced reflations will make pre-crisis trade imbalances worse, and weaken confidence.

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  • If not, a set of unbalanced reflations will make pre-crisis trade imbalances worse, and weaken confidence.

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  • It is fundamental to credit bubble analysis to appreciate that the unfolding reflation is going to be altogether differently than previous reflations.

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  • The greatest reflations in history have just begun.

    Financial Sense Newshour

  • ■ * with clearer, ftronger, or earlier man i reflations than others, is undeniable; and why it is fo, ig one of the myfteries of God's kingdom, thit fhall not be explained until the day of Judgment.

    Posthumous Pieces of the Late Rev. John William de la Flechere

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