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Market clearing

Total demand for loans by borrowers equals total supply of loans from lenders. The market, any market, clears at the equilibrium rate of interest or price.

Market Clearing

A situation in which the demand for loans equals the supply of loans. That is, borrowers want to borrow the same amount of money that lenders are willing to lend. During a market clearing, the equilibrium rate of interest prevails, which ideally means that the cost of borrowing is neither excessively high nor low.

market clearing

a MARKET situation where the DEMAND for a product exactly matches SUPPLY of the product, leaving neither excess demand nor excess supply. See EQUILIBRIUM MARKET PRICE.
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She further narrated that "since the start of the yellow alerts on April 1, the market clearing prices range from P3 to as high as P8 per kilowatt hour."
"Many people refer to this situation as 'what is the market clearing rate,' or the rate at which I need to pay drivers in order to attract a sufficient number of drivers based on what the demand numbers look like." said Regan.
If not allowed to participate in the WESM, the available electricity supply in the market will be curtailed, which can result in higher market clearing prices,' he added.
Enfield, CT, January 17, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Michael Camerota, J.D., M&AMI, Founder of Touchstone Advisors LLC, won the XPX New England "Exit Palooza" recently by recounting the story of the sale of a distribution company, in which the firm obtained a market clearing offer (9X EBITDA), skipping the auction process, all while having to survive the loss of one of the client's major customers during due diligence.
Citibank Indonesia, Indonesia Stock Market Clearing House (KPEI) and PT Citigroup Sekuritas Indonesia have launched an account operator service.
The decision to devalue the EGP and move towards a market clearing exchange rate regime should help in regaining competitiveness gradually, while the dismantling of remaining FX restrictions should support increased investment.
Meanwhile, the wage-setting practice drifted toward containing the wages to the barest minimum, seeking the lowest level of balance in every region where the market clearing price of labor was primarily determined on the basis of employer's capacity to pay rather than on the worker's right to a living wage.
If that goes, then market forces will dictate market clearing prices.
"So to cut a long story short, I believe that the market price will in all probability continue to decline to - and possibly temporarily through - a buyer's market clearing level at between $60 to $70 per barrel," he added.
The Market Clearing Price (MCP) saw wide variation from Rs.
Because electricity markets are organized as auctions, it is possible to observe not only market clearing prices and quantities but also hourly demand and supply schedules.
The 12 reactors (in alphabetical order) were found to be at greatest risk of early retirement and their risk factors are Clinton (selling into a tough market), Davis-Besse (large number of risk factors), Fitzpatrick (high cost but offset by high market clearing price), Fort Calhoun (outage, poor performance), Ginna (single unit with negative margin, existing contract), Indian Point (license extension, state opposition), Millstone (tax issues), Nine Mile Point (site size saves it, existing contract), Oyster Creek (already set to retire early), Palisades (repair impending, local opposition) Pilgrim (large number of risk factors, local opposition), and Vermont Yankee (tax issue and state opposition).