Certain events on the financial market that have – undulating (undulatory, wavelike: spreading persistently from a center), – geographically usually very far-reaching and – temporally possibly long-lasting effects, such as occasionally the subprime crisis). – Recently, also said in the sense that rising commodity prices ultimately pass through to the cost-of-living index via higher costs for processors. – See cyclicality.
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