nominal interest

Translations

nominal interest

n (Fin) → Nominalzins m, → Nominalzinsfuß m
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My starting point to characterizing the nature of monetary policy across countries is the standard Taylor rule (1993), which specifies a link among nominal interest rates, inflation, and the output gap.
Summers, Harvard University and NBER, "Negative Nominal Interest Rates and the Bank Lending Channel"
The cost of borrowing for the Cyprus government dipped below the 2% mark on Friday, with the 10-year bonds trading with a coupon of 1.97%, a good 40 basis points below the nominal interest rate of the bond issued last September when Cyprus was removed from 'junk' investment grade by Standard and Poor's.
Pinol said that SMEs owners are forced to jack up their prices as they have to pay exorbitant nominal interest rate of 20 percent for the loans they have obtained in order to purchase the items they are selling.
The reduction of inflation variability has been accompanied by a decrease of its autocorrelation and also by a lower correlation with the short-term nominal interest rate.
House prices reflect nominal interest rates as well as real interest rates.
And in low rate environments savers and intermediaries trying to meet unrealistic nominal interest rate targets may settle for inadequate compensation for extra risk they are taking.
ABSTRACT Nominal interest rates may remain substantially below the averages of the last half century, because central banks' inflation objectives lie below the average level of inflation, and estimates of the real interest rate that are likely to prevail over the long run fall notably short of the average real interest rate experienced during this period.
With inflation likely to stay low, this implies continued low nominal interest rates, raising the threat that in periods of economic weakness the Federal Reserve is likely to again face the zero lower bound problem.
The maturity of the first tier, worth of USD1 billion, will be after five years from the date of issue with nominal interest rate of 3.625%.
That is the extremely low level of nominal interest rates.
Taylor rule refers to a monetary policy tenet that stipulates how much the central bank should change the nominal interest rate in response to changes in inflation, output or other economic conditions.