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However, the price stabilization associated with the overallotment arrangement does impact the share price, but only for a limited time period.
This suggests that the Federal Reserve's price stabilization policy has credibility--participants believe the Fed will not allow inflation to accelerate in response to the energy price shocks.
could result in price stabilization for soybean farmers, he said.
There's still more than $7 billion stashed in a three-year-old price stabilization fund.
The BOJ law should be revised during the coming ordinary Diet session so as to allow the central bank to set a price stabilization target, Kozo Yamamoto, a House of Representatives member of the LDP, said when he visited Koizumi at the premier's official residence.
He documents the desirability of, and the trade-off between, nominal price and asset price stabilization in response to this shock.
Bulog was established in the late 1960s as a government agency responsible for the purchase and price stabilization of basic commodities, particularly rice.
Producers will also try to obtain a suppression of the clause which mentions that the agreement is the sole price stabilization tool.
Forward looking behavior would imply a degree of automatic price stabilization.
In 1988 Mexico began its economic restructuring by focusing simultaneously on four interrelated issues: price stabilization, privatization, domestic deregulation and trade liberalization.
A price stabilization pact with mutual obligations between both sides was the best reflection of this convergence of interests.
Because of the American experience in World War I, when widespread profiteering spawned massive inflation and 22,000 new millionaires, Roosevelt was actively invetigating the merits of price stabilization by the timeof the Battle of Dunkirk in May 1940.