It is also essential to examine the underlying prices
-- aka the deflator.
'Steady core inflation also reaffirms our view that the BSP could cut the RRR by at least 100 bps in the foreseeable future as underlying prices
continue to average a manageable level of 2.9 percent for the year,' Arbis said.
The FTSE has been led higher by some heavyweight sectors such as banks and oil and mining stocks, which have risen sharply, driven by a recovery in underlying prices
of commodities in the case of Shell (returning 55 per cent year to date) and Rio Tinto (73 per cent), and increasing interest rate expectations helping some banks (HSBC 31 per cent).
The product is called 'Global Single Stock Futures' which essentially mirrors the underlying prices
of selected stocks from USA and India.
They said that a slowdown in underlying prices
and falling oil could hurt the central bank's grand plans.
From this, the ONS tracks fluctuations in the underlying prices
, with the contents updated regularly to reflect changing shopping trends.
In cases where one would like to examine the underlying prices
of services associated with a disease, it will be important to assign each claim to an episode so that prices of the associated services may be identified.
At the time, a record aACAynet speculative length' in WTI of over 375 million barrels was deemed to imply a $10 addition to underlying prices
But European volumes were up by 0.7 per cent, alongside a small reduction in underlying prices
. Group turnover for the year rose by 10.5 per cent to 51.3 billion euros (PS43.1 billion).
But European volumes were up by 0.7%, alongside a small reduction in underlying prices
In fact volatility is more variable than underlying prices
: The volatility of volatility is more volatile than plain volatility itself.
The company said yesterday the market and underlying prices
were stable, with orders up 16% on last year.