blip

Definition

noun
bad economic figures (a higher inflation rate, lower exports, etc.), which only have a short-term effect

"...whether these pressures are just a cyclical blip in a low inflation era, or whether the UK is drifting back to the bad old days will be one of the crucial questions for the stock market this year" [Financial Times]

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