countercyclical


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coun·ter·cy·cli·cal

 (koun′tər-sĭk′lĭ-kəl, -sī′klĭ-)
adj.
Acting counter to an economic cycle: a countercyclical federal aid program.

countercyclical

(ˌkaʊntəˈsɪklɪkəl)
adj
having the effect of checking or reversing fluctuations in the national economy or the finances of a business

coun•ter•cy•cli•cal

(ˌkaʊn tərˈsaɪ klɪ kəl, -ˈsɪk lɪ-)

adj.
opposing or designed to oppose a trend, esp. that of an economic cycle.
[1950–55]
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The newly implemented changes include the introduction of revised capital requirements through implementation of the Countercyclical Capital Buffer, Credit Valuation Adjustment and Central Counterparties frameworks; the requirement for certain capital instruments to absorb losses at the Point Of Non-Viability; full implementation of the Leverage Ratio floor; the disclosure of the Leverage Ratio and the Liquidity Coverage Ratio; and the introduction of new reporting requirements, and further miscellaneous amendments that will provide greater clarity to institutions operating in ADGM.
Against that background, Danmarks Nationalbank assesses that the conditions for activating the countercyclical capital buffer exist.
The EDB's Bahrain Economic Quarterly report for the period from July to September this year attributes the robust growth figures almost entirely due to activity in the private sector, underscoring the strength of structural and countercyclical growth drivers in the Bahraini economy.
The robust non-oil growth was due to activity in the private sector, underscoring the strength of structural and countercyclical growth drivers in the Bahraini economy, said the report.
The robust Strong non-oil growth figures were almost entirely due to activity in the private sector, underscoring the strength of structural and countercyclical growth drivers in the Bahraini economy.
Even though the central bank has not stipulated the countercyclical buffer, but a range, analysts use the top end in line with prudence and calculate the CET 1 minimum requirement at 9.
But the real problem with the change is that no one outside the PBoC knows how the countercyclical factor is quantified, much less how it is weighted against the previous day's closing price or the theoretical exchange rate.
The Bank of England set the countercyclical capital buffer at 0.
5bn loan to the budget through its countercyclical support facility, which will contribute to the governmentEe's $1.
The ambassador underlined the significance of countercyclical investments in such fields, especially in an economy in which cutting costs becomes paramount.
In contrast, Gersbach and Rochet (2014) would go further, preferring countercyclical policies to constrain financial booms, which are fuelled by credit growth.
Has fiscal policy been an effective countercyclical tool?
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