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At the first meeting chaired by new Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, the nine-member Policy Board is likely to discuss the idea of integrating its two longer-dated bond-buying programs into one to make the central bank's monetary easing more transparent for the market and enhancing its economic impact.
3 percent, with the easing concentrated in durable goods industries.
Some of the easing of restrictions to be reviewed by the Planning Commission following a public hearing include current regulation of parking, landscaping and aesthetic issues such as putting utilities underground.
Available data and surveys of the industrial sectors suggested low inflation and weak current activity, which, coupled with weak M3 money supply growth, contributed to lower economic growth forecasts and increased expectations for monetary easing in Germany.
At its meeting on July 5-6, 1995, the Committee adopted a directive that called for some slight easing in the degree of pressure on reserve positions and that included a tilt toward possible further easing of reserve conditions during the intermeeting period.
At earlier stages of production, producer prices grew at a considerably slower rate or declined in May, suggesting some easing of cost pressures over the next few months.
At its meeting on October 6, the Committee adopted a directive that called for maintaining the existing degree of pressure on reserve positions and that included a marked bias toward possible easing during the intermeeting period.
At its meeting on October 1, 1991, the Committee adopted a directive that called for maintaining the existing degree of pressure on reserve positions and for giving special weight to potential developments that might require some easing during the intermeeting period.
Against the yen, the dollar followed a similar pattern, easing from a high of M138 on August 2 to almost 4135 about a week later before retracing some of its decline.
With these enhancements integrated throughout the entire embedded development environment, TASKING extends the M16C Tool Suite's superior solution, easing the development process and promoting faster time-to-market.
At its meeting on August 20, 199 1, the Committee adopted a directive that called for maintaining the existing degree of pressure on reserve positions and that also provided for giving special weight to potential developments that might require some further easing during the intermeeting period.
Development of new California deep gas production at East Lost Hills would assist in easing some of the pressure on California gas supply and therefore on gas prices, but only if intrastate pipeline capacity is available to move the gas to end-users" he said.
Federal funds traded at an average rate just below 6 percent until late April; the rate was under downward pressure at times from market expectations of some further easing in monetary policy and from unanticipated reserve surpluses.
Rumors also circulated of a possible easing in Japan.
At its meeting on February 5-6, the Committee adopted a directive that called for maintaining the existing degree of pressure on reserve positions but for giving special weight to potential developments that might require some easing during the intermeeting period.