En junio había aumentaron la percepción de la inflación
English translation: the perception of inflation
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02:59 Dec 14, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Spanish term or phrase:En junio había aumentaron la percepción de la inflación
From a bank document again, it's the percepción which is causing problems. Is it something concrete or abstract. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Explanation: "Since August it's been down hill for bond prices which has resulted in short term interest rates going up by .25-.40 basis points to the 6.3-6.4% range for a 30 year treasury. These increases have been caused by perceived inflation and economic growth exceeding expectations. "
Explanation: There is no such thing as 'perceived inflation' per se - inflation IS and that's it.Each year/month it's X% and that's it. However, it can be perceived 'AS' something e.g. as greater than expected, as increasing, as dangerous, etc
This sentence needs surrounding context to be able to interpret it, and is, in fact, highly dependent on what comes after it.
En junio había aumentaron la percepción de la inflación...?
perceptions of inflation had increased (beyond expectations/forecasts/etc????)
EXTRACTS THAT ILLUSTRATE inflation+ perceived (NO direct hits)
for inflation that might have been **perceived as** too (undesirably) high. ...
**perceived choices** between inflation and unemployment
The term Grade Inflation has been frequently used in the media since
the 60's. It refers to the **perceived deterioration** of standards in education ...
the **perceived fear of**...
, inflation can discourage saving and encourage consumption. It thus is **perceived as** an attack on certain moral virtues