nonmonetary

nonmonetary

(ˌnɒnˈmʌnɪtərɪ)
adj
(Economics) economics not relating to money or currency
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From equation (2) and equation (3), we know the amount of net assets can obviously be affected by the following sources: (1) the monetary and nonmonetary classifications, [M, N, L, O], (2) unit of measure [[P.sub.g]], (3) purchasing power gain/loss on net monetary position [[M.sup.0][P.sub.g] - [L.sup.0][P.sub.g]], and (4) scope of revaluation of assets and liabilities [M, N, L, O].
Artists are commonly held to participate in a morally superior "gift sphere" that promotes sharing, generosity, social justice, and respect for nonmonetary values.
The revised guidance is based on the principle that exchanges of nonmonetary assets should be measured according to the fair value of such assets.
153, Exchanges of Nonmonetary Assets, an amendment of APB Opinion No.
The People's Bank of China can frustrate the impact of its dollar acquisitions on its monetary base and inflation by selling domestic assets from its portfolio or by increasing nonmonetary liabilities on its balance sheet, but since the inception of the peg in 1995, the bank has generally not done so.
The complaint asked only for compensatory damages related to a loss in the fund's net asset value and nonmonetary "injunctive relief to clean up the trading and disclosure policies of the Dreyfus Funds." However, the complaint did not mention punitive damages.
* Provide competitive compensation and benefits packages, as well as nonmonetary tools like training, education, and certification.
governors about the security issues they deem most critical, the implementation obstacles they foresee, their funding challenges, and the types of nonmonetary assistance they will need from the Department of Homeland Security.
outlet supports various local nonprofit organizations, making nonmonetary donations to assist fund-raising efforts.
A significantly higher percentage of the 30 patients who received contingency management therapy, in which patients received nonmonetary vouchers for urine samples free of cocaine and its metabolites, were abstinent from cocaine for 3 consecutive weeks, compared with the percentage of 30 control patients who received methadone maintenance therapy alone.
A larger contingent of researchers will study additional societies and probe economic behavior using food and other nonmonetary items.