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monetary

adjective capital, financial, fiscal, minted, nummulary, pecuniary, stamped
Associated concepts: monetary damages, monetary relief
See also: commercial, financial, fiscal, mercantile, pecuniary
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He said that the four members are pushing ahead with the monetary union but said some "technical points" need to be cleared.
Anna, one of the world's leading monetary economists, participated in many of Cato's monetary conferences, including the very first one in 1982.
They conclude that unanticipated changes in monetary policy can meaningfully influence long-term interest rates but note that this relationship is hard to find with VARs because innovations to the federal funds rates in these models may not fully isolate "surprises" in monetary policy.
Monetary integration, it was thought, would advance along regional lines, complementing already-existing unions designed to promote intra-regional trade.
The court determined that because the guaranty was coextensive with the rent subsidy, the parties intended the term of the guaranty to be limited to three years unless Madison suffered some tangible monetary loss during those three years.
The modern view of the limits and power of monetary policy is that its main role is to achieve and maintain a low and stable inflation rate.
Since Japanese short-term interest rates under the zero-interest-rate policy effectively fell to zero, the BOJ has been conducting experimental monetary policy.
The process of quantifying tax risk both in monetary and reputational terms is far from trivial.
In recent years a growing consensus has emerged to elevate price stability to the overriding, long-run goal of monetary policy.
Before the 1992 referendum on the Maastricht Treaty, President Mitterrand assured his fellow citizens that, contrary to the express language of the treaty, European monetary policy would not be determined by faceless central bankers, but would be guided by political oversight governed by concern with unemployment and inflation.
Jeffrey Reinhardt, owner of a marketing and advertising business, raised $1,015 in monetary contributions with an additional $250 in a loan he made to his campaign committee.