asset-price deflation

asset-price deflation
asset-price deflation 1. ECON Vermögenspreis-Deflation f, Vermögenswert-Deflation f, sinkende Vermögenspreise mpl, sinkendes Preisniveau n für Vermögensgüter; realwirtschaftliche Deflation f; 2. GEN, MEDIA Verfall m der Vermögenswerte

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