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un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt),
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been increasing that value, that is, overshoot in a negative direction.

un·der·shoot

(ŭn'dĕr-shūt)
A temporary decrease below the final steady-state value that may occur immediately following the removal of an influence that had been raising that value, i.e., overshoot in a negative direction.
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Otherwise, there is a risk of a rather significant undershooting of the inflation target relevant for our decision-making.
But the chances of CPI sliding below 1% - forcing the Bank to write an open letter explaining why inflation is undershooting its 2% target - appear to have receded.
This means Bank Governor Mervyn King is likely to have to write a first letter to the Chancellor to explain why CPI is undershooting the two per cent target.
The MPC said the scale of the purchases needs to target CPI as it still see it at risk for undershooting their 2% target.
The committee believed "there remained a significant risk of undershooting the inflation target in the medium term.
Whether in angle-compensated or ballistics mode, the rangefinder helps bowhunters avoid over or undershooting targets by simultaneously measuring line-of-sight distance and vertical angle.
In our experiment we found that people tend to undershoot when they believe that undershooting is more energy efficient and overshoot when they believe that overshooting is more energy efficient.
These factors, coupled with weak economic growth, have increased the chances of inflation undershooting the Government's 2pc target in two years' time.
In their view, the MPC had more room to manoeuvre because the chances of inflation undershooting the 2pc target in two years' time had risen.