Adverse Balance

Adverse Balance

The difference between the value of transactions in which money leaves a country and the value of transactions in which money enters it in which the former value is greater. An adverse balance means more money leaves a country than enters it. It is a strongly negative sign for that country's economy. See also: Balance of Payment.
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A continuing adverse balance of trade will put pressure on the reserves and push the rupee further down.
The adverse balance of trade accompanied with adverse balance of payments resultantly would have negative impact on the external value of the domestic currency.
The challenging economic trend in the country fueled by rupee devaluation and adverse balance of payment position resulted in negative growth of 27% in the cumulative liquid fuel market with negative contribution of white oil and black oil of 12% and 60% respectively.
The challenging economic trend in the country fuelled by rupee devaluation and adverse balance of payment position resulted in negative growth of 27% in the cumulative liquid fuel market with negative contribution of white oil and black oil of 12% and 60% respectively.
'The challenging economic trend fuelled by rupee devaluation and adverse balance of payments position resulted in negative growth of 27pc in the cumulative liquid fuel market with negative contribution of white oil and black oil of 12pc and 60pc respectively,' the company said on Monday.
The challenging economic trend in the country fueled by rupee devaluation and adverse balance of payment position resulted in negative growth of 27pc in the cumulative liquid fuel market with a negative contribution of white oil and black oil of 12pc and 60pc respectively.
The resultant effects of his unwholesome Foreign-trade orientation, in the underdeveloped country, are un favourable terms of trade, unstable export markets, and a persistent adverse balance of payments.
Adverse balance of payment also erodes the foreign exchange reserves that are also narrowing down.
Noting that India will never have a balance of trade in the Middle East as it imports a great deal of oil, Garg said that while India had adverse balance of trade with many countries in the world, it also has a positive trade balance with others, including the U.S.
"More worrisome are structural factors such as de-risking by commercial banks, the labour market nationalization policies in some GCC countries that discourage demand for migrant workers and exchange controls in many countries faced with adverse balance of payments and falling international reserves."
The sourcing of raw materials and services locally will be a boost for reduction of the adverse balance of payments that we face, said Steyn.
This paper shall investigate the claim of Lerner (1944) for Pakistan and shall find out whether the real cause for adverse Balance of Trade is that demand for exported goods and imported goods is inelastic.