QIR

(redirected from Quarterly Inflation Report)
AcronymDefinition
QIRQuarterly Inflation Report (Bank of England)
QIRQuarterly Investment Report (various organizations)
QIRQuality in Research (conference; Indonesia)
QIRQuadratic Interval Refinement (algorithm)
QIRQuality Improvement Request
QIRQuality Inspection Report
QIRQuestion, Information Response
QIRQuantitative Investment Research SA (China)
QIRQuantified Imaging Resource (medical imaging software)
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Publishing its quarterly inflation report, the Bank said there was a 33 per cent probability of negative growth by the start of 2020.
The Bank's quarterly inflation report sets out the economic analysis and inflation projections that the Monetary Policy Committee uses to make its interest rate decisions.
Treasury Select Committee hearing with Bank of England governor Mark Carney on the bank's recent quarterly inflation report.
The Bank's latest quarterly inflation report revealed it expects a first-quarter growth spurt thanks to Brexit stockpiling, but cautioned the boost will prove to be temporary as uncertainty reigns.
The Bank's quarterly inflation report also signalled rates may not rise until the second half of 2020 as Brexit worries have seen businesses freeze spending, while it warned consumer confidence had "weakened significantly".
In its latest quarterly inflation report, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas noted that domestic demand indicators late last year pointed to 'less robust market sentiment,' including a weakening trajectory of real gross domestic product (GDP) growth from the second to the third quarters.
In its quarterly inflation report, the nation's central bank warned of a possible drop in loan supply because of 'financial difficulties that may be experienced by firms using foreign-exchange loans, due to fluctuations in financial markets.'
The Bank of England is expected to keep monetary policy unchanged when it meets later today, but pound traders will take the hints from Mark Carney, and the Quarterly Inflation Report. Sterling has appreciated more than 6.9 per cent since the central bank last met on December 14, but gave up 3 per cent after peaking at 1.4344 on January 25 and is currently up 2.9 per cent for the year.
The projected inflation rate for the fourth quarter 2017 survey was higher compared to the previous end-September projection of 3.4 percent, based on the BSP quarterly inflation report.
The Bank's quarterly inflation report also suggested two more rate hikes were likely over the next three years to return inflation back to its 2% target, which could see rates hit 1% by the end of 2020.
BANK of England publishes quarterly inflation report and interest rate decision.
In its latest quarterly inflation report, the Bank said a vote to leave the EU could "materially" hit UK growth and cause the pound to fall "sharply", seeing inflation spike higher, while the economy would suffer as households and businesses reined in spending.
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