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recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and decline

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The trade cycle is 'a comparatively simple phenomenon' (12), resulting from fluctuations in effective demand which reveal the flaw in the price system:
Finally, the conclusions of this work on autocatalytic trade cycles will be shown, based on a comparison between the answers to the first and the second research questions.
(13) The central result that New Zealand and other commodity exporting countries stand out in terms of the magnitude of their terms of trade cycles does not change when slightly different cycle duration parameters are used.
A funding package that isn't structured around the extended trade cycle typically seen in manufacturers could be a major issue.
Fleet owners who specify Corsol with OEMs are increasing trade cycles and saving thousands of dollars as a result."
Singapore, one of the world s biggest trade hubs, is heavily exposed to global trade cycles and its economy contracted in the second quarter, compared with the prior three months.
Furthermore, e-Tayseer is purposely developed to streamline the scheduling and execution of Murabaha transactions and afford its users the benefit of reduced trade cycles and manual paperwork procedures.
To make effective changes, regulators must tackle the intricacies of trade cycles and identify shifts quickly enough to instigate remedial action.
Yet it is critical to recognize that no general price index stabilization scheme has any necessary connection with the meta-theory that a perfect money is "neutral" that is, that its existence should not 'affect relative prices, and that it should not cause trade cycles. "All these theories [of the trade cycle]," Hayek argued in 1933, "are based on the idea--quite groundless but hitherto virtually unchallenged that if only the value of money does not change it ceases to exert a direct and independent influence on the economic system" (Hayek 1966: 107).
With UK trade cycles being distinctly out of phase with those of the Continental countries, the reasons to stay out of the euro zone are even greater.
Some giant fleets announced they would extend trade cycles, buy used trucks or pre-buy.
Most of the evidence in the book is statistical, and the subjects examined are as varied as the social and occupational structure of trades in London, the employment of women, the effects of war on long term trade cycles, the effects of seasonality over the course of each year, long term trends in mortality and population growth, and finally, wage rates, standards of living, and conditions of employment and competition among workers.
With advanced automated features, e-Tayseer makes scheduling and execution of Murabaha transactions more streamlined and afford its users the benefit of reduced trade cycles and manual paperwork procedures.
With advanced automated features, e-Tayseer will make scheduling and execution of Murabaha transactions more streamlined and afford its users the benefit of reduced trade cycles and manual paperwork procedures.