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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undershoot.


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  • Compared with most population forecasts made in the past half century, the world keeps undershooting.

    Who's Afraid of Seven Billion People?

  • Its rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee revived the central bank's stimulus program in October, after concluding that a darkening outlook eant inflation was at risk of undershooting its 2% target by the end of 2012.

    U.K. Consumers Repay Debt, Money Supply Shrinks

  • Stripping out items like a $528 million noncash benefit from a tax adjustment, per-share earnings fell to $3.55 from $3.77 a year earlier, undershooting Wall Street expectations.

    CME Will Protect Farmers' Hedges

  • The BOE's own forecast shows inflation sliding, potentially undershooting its 2% target.

    Will More QE Help the U.K.?

  • FRANKFURT—German producer prices were unchanged on a monthly basis in May, slightly undershooting expectations of a small increase, data released Monday by the Federal Statistics Office showed.

    German Producer Prices Below Expectations

  • With both employment and inflation far undershooting the Fed's targets this year, the big question has been whether the central bank will act.

    Bernanke answers half the question

  • Indeed, I posted before how the Blue Chip forecast for GDP growth in Q4 09 kept going up throughout the last half of 2009, and still ended up undershooting in the final January report before the release.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Soon-to-Change Unemployment Narrative

  • Earlier this month, Société Générale said third-quarter net profit fell 31% to €622 million from the year before, undershooting analyst forecasts of €732 million.

    SocGen to Cut Hundreds of Jobs

  • It will also reassure policy makers at the Bank of England, who contend that inflation is poised to slow precipitously this year and risks undershooting its 2% target by the fourth quarter.

    U.K. Inflation Slows Sharply

  • In a nutshell, that the bank will always turn a blind eye to too much inflation to prevent any risk of prices undershooting.

    BOE Staggers Toward Perma-Inflation


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