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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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In their last monetary policy setting, Diokno called this pause a 'prudent' move, but vowed that they will continue to monitor emerging price and output conditions to ensure that monetary policy remains in line with the BSP's price stability objective while being supportive of economic growth.
The current monetary policy setting is at 4.5 percent for the BSP's overnight reverse repurchase (RRP) facility.
This brings me to the matter of why I consider the Monetary Board a distinctive kind of board.
From the beginning, the building blocks of Salin's arguments are excellently set up, and together they form an almost self-contained and complete system of thinking about monetary problems.
monetary policy easing significantly lowers term premiums on domestic and foreign bonds (that is, the extra yield on longer maturities) and foreign exchange risk premiums (that is, the compensation for risks associated with instruments denominated in foreign currency), indicating the relevance of the portfolio balance channel.
Monetary authority, State bank of Pakistan (SBP), manipulates the moneysupply or money velocity to ensure the equilibrium nominal rate of interest in Pakistan but got limited success in this regard owing to different reasons.
The central bank will continue its massive monetary easing program to achieve an inflation target of 2 percent in a stable manner, Kuroda said, adding that the BOJ will adjust monetary policy without any hesitation if the inflation goal becomes difficult to achieve.
A group of economists led by Friedman (1961) is of the opinion that the effect of monetary policy takes place after a lag and policy makers need to forecast the lags more accurately for avoiding the instability in the country.
"The monetary union is a strategic long-term project for Gulf countries on both the economic and political scales," Al-Saleh told Al-Eqtesadiah, a sister publication of Arab News .
This study contributes to the literature by providing new results on the effects of monetary policy.
In pursuit of "quantitative and qualitative monetary easing" introduced on April 4 to beat deflation, the BOJ said it has set the monetary base as the main target for its monetary policy, instead of the overnight call rate.
Second, we outline the empirical methods we use to estimate the relationship between monetary policy shocks and long-term interest rates.