Target zones

Target zones

Implicit boundaries on exchange rates established by central banks.

Target Zone

Under a managed float, the ideal range of exchange rates of a currency that a government seeks to maintain. The target zone may encourage a weak currency regime in order to encourage exports or a strong currency to reduce inflationary pressures. The central bank or other relevant body intervenes in the forex market with some frequency in order to keep the exchange rate within the target zone.
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The purpose of the project is to support the design and application of sustainable pasture management practices in the country with the overall objective of improving pasture/soil condition in the selected target zones (Ismayilli region) that would ultimately result in improved soil condition and land management practices which leads to enhanced CO2 sequestration and absorption by the grasslands.
One main reason is the absence of "ground truth" that would be needed to establish and validate statistical relationships between ancillary and population data at the refined scale of the target zones.
The gravity survey is expected to provide greater definition of target zones and to allow prioritisation of target areas for drilling.
Two sides of the versatile target include lifelike 3-D deer target zones (one side displaying outlined vitals of a deer, the other detailing an anatomically correct display of a deer's organs), The other four faces of the target consist of Rinehart's high-visibility target zones, helping archers keep shooting even in low-light conditions.
The other four faces are target zones, two of which consist of 12 smaller zones for arrow shooting, while two feature one large target zone for honing, surrounded by four smaller zones.
Geological, geophysical, and geochemical compilation and field work was synthesized outlining five target zones within the Quarter Horse Ranch Project.
Baker, III, and Richard Darman who adopted a version of currency target zones, though not in name, while serving at the U.
Target zones can be keyed to alarms and feedback control loops.
c) What percentage of children born in 1995 and living within target zones was screened in 1996-1997?
For others who have trouble incorporating rest and recovery into their training, they can help them turn down the intensity, using lower target zones for recovery days.
Experience of fixed exchange rates supports the view that target zones are vulnerable to speculative movements,'' Christian Noyer, vice president of the ECB, said at a lecture meeting in Tokyo.
While OPEC in some sense observes the target zones for its prices, those zones are neither well defined nor vigorously defended.

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