international liquidity

international liquidity

see INTERNATIONAL RESERVES.

international liquidity

or

international money

monetary assets that are generally acceptable as a means of financing INTERNATIONAL TRADE and/or as an INTERNATIONAL RESERVE asset with which to finance BALANCE OF PAYMENTS deficits. For example, the US DOLLAR is used as the NUMERAIRE of the oil trade and also serves as an important reserve asset; the SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHT is used only as a reserve asset.
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Prior to the inaugural ceremony, BSE CEO Ashish Kumar Chouhan, while performing the ceremonious Laxmi Puja here had said that India is in a "sweet spot", adding that the current rally is to do with India's internal circumstances, and international liquidity.
Among the information there is exchange rates, international liquidity, central bank, depository corporations, financial corporations, monetary aggregates, interest rates, balance of payments, and population.
Furthermore, international liquidity sources could start to dry up at a time when foreign inflows are most needed and the liquidity of domestic banking systems is diminishing.
Lebanon's ratings are underpinned by relatively adequate international liquidity, particularly the country's foreign reserve buffer, which affords a reasonable degree of protection against external economic shocks.
Analysts have cautioned that international liquidity sources could start to dry up at a time when foreign inflows are most needed and the liquidity of domestic banking systems is diminishing.
Yet, paradoxically, a dangerous shortage of international liquidity is putting the global economy at risk.
International liquidity has plummeted from nearly 60 per cent of global GDP in 2009 to barely 30 per cent today.
Noting that the country's dollar reserves breached the $81-billion mark last month, she added that the country's international liquidity position remained favorable and should continue to support the peso.
This syndication reiterates the airlines access to avail international liquidity, with the same success it has accomplished with Jordan based financial institutions.
This syndication reiterates the airline's access to avail international liquidity, with the same success it has accomplished with Jordan based financial institutions.
Among the key findings in Friday's report was that the S&P cites Turkey as being "particularly vulnerable" to risks related to tightening international liquidity as the US Federal Reserve raises interest rates.
A structural improvement in Tunisia's CAD, leading to reduced external financing needs and stronger international liquidity buffers.

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