Two-Pillar Strategy

Two-Pillar Strategy

The approach the European Central Bank uses to analyze price stability. The first pillar is economic analysis, which examines movements in business, unemployment and so forth. The second pillar is monetary analysis, which considers the supply and demand for money. The ECB checks these pillars against each other for confirmation of trends; this in turn influences its decisions.
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We are convinced that we can successfully develop our company based on a consistent implementation of our two-pillar strategy in the long term.
Our performance in the quarter continued to demonstrate the strength of our two-pillar strategy," said Dr.
Our sharpened client-focused, two-pillar strategy introduced in mid-2008 is paying off.
The ECB describe this as a two-pillar strategy, and we may characterise the rule as:
The most pertinent criticism of the two-pillar strategy is that it lacks transparency.
With this in mind, the result does not contradict the two-pillar strategy.
The robust and cross-checking assessment of information that characterises our two-pillar strategy has provided the Governing Council with the analytical support most suitable for the conduct of monetary policy in the complex and dynamic euro area environment.
And, drawing in part on its monetary analysis, the ECB's conduct of monetary policy on the basis of its two-pillar strategy over the first almost seven and a half years of monetary union has achieved very satisfactory results in maintaining price stability.
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Important to Universal Access' ability to supply NetRail with the solutions it needs is Universal Access' two-pillar strategy of information and facilities.
Addressing global de-regulation and customer demand for circuit connectivity, Universal Access's business model centers around a two-pillar strategy of using information and facilities to stitch together fragmented, high-capacity networks to deliver seamless broadband global carrier networks for Internet service providers (ISPs), application service providers (ASPs) and telecommunications service providers (TSPs).
Addressing global de-regulation and customer demand for circuit connectivity, Universal Access's business model centres around a two-pillar strategy of using information and facilities to stitch together fragmented, high-capacity networks to deliver seamless broadband global carrier networks for Internet service providers (ISPs), application service providers (ASPs) and telecommunications service providers (TSPs).