Monetary indicators

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Monetary indicators

Economic indicators of the effects of monetary policy, such as the condition of the credit market.

Monetary Indicators

Indicators that would influence a central bank to change a country's monetary policy. For example, high inflation may result in the central bank raising interest rates or devalue the currency. In this case, inflation is a monetary indicator.
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May 19, 2013 (WAFA) -- The overall Palestinian Monetary Indicator for the
The poverty line is a monetary indicator identifying the poor in the society.
James (1989) P-star as a Monetary Indicator for the UK.
Similar results were obtained using the federal funds rate as the monetary indicator.
The evidence that I've seen presented suggests that there is no other monetary indicator that is going to provide monetary policy with a long-term nominal anchor the way we thought M2 did prior to 1990.
The best that can be achieved under these circumstances is to shift from one monetary indicator to another in an effort to splice these changing paradigms together.
Thus, it is probably not too surprising that use of M1 as a monetary indicator does not yield consistent predictive power over a period of time in which it experienced redefinition.
Garzarelli explains that her yield curve indicator - one of the key factors in her monetary indicator composite - has in fact been bullish since October 2008.
The paper is really about how well the M2 aggregate functions as a monetary indicator to guide monetary policy.
Thus, these monetary indicators have largely reflected the underlying trends in falling inflation.
1 million), according to a report prepared by the National Bank of Kyrgyzstan on dynamics of monetary indicators for January-November 2014.
In his detailed presentation on the report, Rama said that based on the standard monetary indicators, South Asia has moderate levels of inequality.