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of or relating to finances or those who deal in finances

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relating to or involving money

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The BOJ also said its monetary easing has been exerting its intended effects, showing its confidence that the country remains on track toward the price stability target.
Al-Saleh said that monetary union members, notably Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain, have been involved in negotiations with the UAE and Oman to expand the union.
The paper proposes an enhancement to the existing review-based conditionality framework by introducing a monetary policy consultation clause (MPCC), as an option for countries with evolving monetary policy regimes in place of a performance criterion on reserve money or net domestic assets.
Some of the general topics covered in this issue include: (1) How the choice of monetary and fiscal policy regimes affects economic freedom and prosperity; (2) Policy steps needed to avoid future financial crises; (3) Lessons from the eurozone debt crisis; (4) Limits of monetary policy; and (5) China's path toward capital freedom.
Over the past decade there has been a spate of studies on the relationship between monetary policy and long-term interest rates.
In 1999, eleven countries in the European Union formed a full-fledged monetary union, complete with a new central bank and currency.
In all events, Madison argued, it could not have waived Bentley's monetary default because the lease contained a non-waiver provision.
Enthusiasts for European monetary union hoped that its establishment would itself be a force for convergence of labor costs so that relative exchange rate changes within the zone could be abandoned.
However, monetary policy accommodation, coupled with robust underlying growth in productivity, is providing ongoing support to economic activity that will likely be augmented by planned rebuilding in the hurricane-affected areas.
At a recent international seminar, you said that the inflation-targeting method is "coherent with the modern view of the limits and power of monetary authorities.
Moreover, Hayami believed that government needed to achieve more in terms of bank reforms before the central bank would embark on "risky and untried" monetary policy options.
Figure 3 illustrates a hypothetical potential misalignment of risk-reward-reputation preferences taking into consideration both monetary and reputation risk consequences.
Monetary Policy Strategies: The International Experience
Wire Duisenberg, the president of the ECB's forerunner, the European Monetary Institute, looked to be a shoe-in as the ECB's first president.
Agoura Hills council members Denis Weber and Edward Corridori, both seeking re-election this November, filed that they had received monetary contributions of $3,112 and $2,597 respectively.