Inflation Still Subdued
- Poland: Real interest rates could be lower. // OECD Observer;Dec2003, Issue 240, p76
Presents economic forecasts for Poland for 2004 to 2005. Gross domestic product growth; Consumer price index; Unemployment rate; General government financial balance.
- Economy Picking Up. // Emerging Markets Monitor;5/31/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p14
Offers an outlook on the economic performance of Poland in the first quarter of 2004. Estimated real gross domestic product growth for the quarter; Consumer price inflation for the quarter; Interest rates on May 26, 2004.
- China's Shanghai Composite: A Sustainable Rebound? // Emerging Markets Monitor;2/28/2005, Vol. 10 Issue 44, p8
Discusses the condition of the stock market in China as of February 2005. Factors that affected the performance of the stock market; Percentage of an increase in real gross domestic product growth in 2004; Implications of the rate of consumer price indexes for food prices.
- The U.S. Economy... The Lack of an Ignition Catalyst. Malehorn, Jack // Journal of Business Forecasting;Winter2012/2013, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p40
The article presents economic forecast of the U.S. As per the economic forecast, the national domestic economic condition is weak and presents a table which forecasts the gross domestic product (GDP) rate and consumer price index for 2013. It also predicts the personal consumption expenditure...
- Spain's economy grew 0.6%. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;8/29/2014, pA02
Spain's economy grew 0.6% in Q2 vs. Q1, unrevised vs. the initial reading. Spain's GDP may expand 1.5% this year, the economy minister said, after a 1.2% contraction in 2013. But the country is grappling with falling prices, as the overall eurozone faces "lowflation." The CPI fell 0.5% in Aug....
- Hungary: Rates Held As Expected. // Emerging Markets Monitor;3/5/2007, Vol. 12 Issue 45, p18
The article highlights the status of the Hungarian economy. The author believes that the gross domestic product (GDP) in Hungary will rise by 2 price per share (PPS) above the government's expectations of 2.4% because of the GDP growth figures in key Eurozone economies in the fourth quarter of...
- THE INFLATION RATE DETERMINED AS A CHANGE IN THE GDP DEFLATOR AND IN CPI. Litra, Adriana // Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series V: Eco;2009, Vol. 2, p207
The paper aims at presenting two of the most applied methods in determining the inflation rate, based on the GDP deflator and Consumer Price Index, and comparing the calculation proceedings, advantages and drawbacks of each of them. Even if the results are close as a value, the structures of...
- The Americas and United States of America. // Credit Control;2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p30
The article reports on the challenges faced by Latin American involving the strong economic expansion and high prices for export commodities. It shows that the slowdown in the U.S. economy threatens to affect gross domestic product (GDP) expansion, cuts in banks funding and increasing consumer...
- Inflation: Recent Developments. // Denmark Country Monitor;Nov2011, p11
The article offers information on the inflation in Denmark in October 2011. It states that the inflation in the country increased to 2.8% because of the tax on fat which contributes on the increase of food prices. According to Danish Statistics Office the price increases in meat, butter, and...