To visit his great-uncle Mose Wright, a sharecropper, and his cousins living in the Mississippi Delta, near Money
"On Measuring the Nearness of Near Moneys
." American Economic Review, 59(3), 1969, 270-81.
are assets readily converted into cash and zero tolerance makes its first appearance, along with zorbing (a sport involving rolling down hills in a large transparent ball).
Similarly, moving from utility function 5, it is not possible to add what are sometimes referred to as near money
assets on an individual basis.
This would make deposits from these institutions essentially illiquid: they could not serve as a source of money or "near money
" alternative to that supplied by the government.
CBE elaborated in a report Thursday that the increase in domestic liquidity reflected on near money
by about LE 158.9 billion with a rate of 6 percent, and on Money supply by about LE 15.5 billion or 1.9 percent.
The day before the trim opened, our Jet-Ebony crew ran into a truckload of gun-bearing whites on a truck near Money
, Mississippi, which brought it home to us that our assignment was no good neighbor get-together.
also increased by LE 664 billion to LE 2.13 trillion in April 2017 compared to LE 1.466 trillion in April 2016, CAPMAS July's bulletin reported.
Pound's liquidity, near money
jumps LE 778B, LE 664B in April The monetary supply leveled up to LE 654.2 billion in April 2017 compared to LE 540.2 billion in April 2016.