Monetary Asset

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Monetary Asset

An asset held in cash or cash equivalent. That is, monetary assets are assets that can easily be liquidated. Examples include stocks and savings accounts.
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From the perspective of the late 1980s/early 1990s, therefore, there was no strong rationale for the inclusion of either broad M3 monetary assets ([x.
Ironically, the pressure in the external count would help the SBP in manning the growth of reserve money in the economy, thereby holding down the rise in monetary assets within the limits set in the Credit Plan for FY 05.
Aggregate liquidity has macroeconomic effects on aggregate demand through its effect on demand for monetary assets which has not been fully accommodated by the monetary authorities.
The use of equal weights for the user costs of the constituent component assets is wholly inappropriate during periods of high financial innovation because the introduction of new instruments and the technological progress that occurred in making transactions almost certainly have diverse effects on the productivity and liquidity of monetary assets.
When, in the absence of such sanctions, firms and individuals, nevertheless, voluntarily substitute a foreign currency for the domestic currency as a means of payment (currency substitution) and/or choose to hold foreign rather than domestic denominated monetary assets as stores of value (asset substitution), the dollarisation process is described as unofficial, spontaneous or de facto dollarisation.
The new standard eliminated the deferral and amortization method of accounting for unrealized translation gains and losses on noncurrent monetary assets and liabilities.
In the context of the money market, an increase in prices decreases the real money supply, but as discussed in the previous section, we can also expect a fall in real money demand as people reduce their holdings of monetary assets in response to an increase in the opportunity cost of holding money.
The new product is an intrusion prevention system designed to prevent web-facing e-business server environments from malicious attacks to alter data and web pages, to steal information or monetary assets, to launch denial of service attacks or to otherwise tamper with system and data resources.
They are that the individuals in the area have at least quasi-homothetic preferences weakly separable over some group of monetary assets.
The payment was not an outlay of funds, but rather an exchange of monetary assets.
Holding the growth rate of money fixed, a positive productivity shock that raises production in the economy increases the private sector's desire to hold monetary assets.
Non-parametric demand analysis is utilised to establish weakly separable subsets of monetary assets for the UK personal sector in the context of a utility function consisting of durable and non-durable consumption goods, services, leisure, and monetary assets.