macroeconomy


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makroekonomika

macroeconomy

[ˌmækrəʊɪˈkɒnəmɪ] Nmacroeconomía f
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In a report, the macroeconomy research firm said the rate cut was widely expected after the dismal second quarter economic growth performance of 5.
"Understanding how climate change impacts the macroeconomy and the financial system is a necessary first step in central banks and supervisors judging the relevance of climate change to their mandates.
Majid Al-Qassabi, it has been shown that 24-hour trading can have a positive effect on the macroeconomy of a country by increasing demand for goods and services, stimulating consumer spending and attracting capital investment.
The delay in the legislation of the government's 2019 budget - which meant that about P1 billion of daily spending had been foregone in the first few months - gnawed on the macroeconomy alongside the lagged impact of the higher-than-expected inflation seen in the previous year, Lao said.
There is a good amount of literature on the asymmetric effects of oil prices on the macroeconomy (e.g., Mork 1994; Vatter 2017).
He said Qatar gives social responsibility projects special priorities in its investments in Sudan, including the establishment of cities and villages, the provision of services, and the development and rehabilitation of infrastructure, as well as the establishment of smart partnerships with communities to serve the macroeconomy of the country and encourage investors.
* Carolin Pflueger, University of British Columbia and NBER; Emil Siriwardane, Harvard University; and Adi Sunderam, Harvard University and NBER, "A Measure of Risk Appetite for the Macroeconomy" (NBER Working Paper No.
Economic stabilisation has to do with redressing the imbalances in the macroeconomy. Within three years, our national debt has mushroomed from N11 trillion to more than N23 trillion.
Of course, the macroeconomy and the macroeconomy aren't completely disconnected.
Cai Ordinario, registered a three-peat as Macroeconomy Reporter of the Year.
An expanding middle class, urbanization and developing macroeconomy are impacting the hot drinks market in Central America.
Fitch expects the near-term performance of the Korean banks to be steady considering their moderate risk appetite, a tighter regulatory approach and Korea's resilient macroeconomy. In the medium-to-long term, Korea's banks would face increasing challenges from a high household debt and diminishing growth opportunities domestically, with banks likely to combat the latter through gradual growth in overseas markets (including in higher-growth emerging markets).