MIDWEST INVISIBLE SUPPLY
- Midwest Invisible Supply. // Bond Buyer;1/12/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32048, p30
The article presents a chart representing the invisible supply of money in the Middle West. Information regarding the issuer and the purpose, amount, approval status, underwriter choice and expected sale date have been provided in the chart.
- Temporary Acceleration of Inflation: What Can a Central Bank Learn from It? Patron, Hilde // Southern Economic Journal;Apr2005, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p737
In this article I present a model in which the monetary authority conducts policy by setting money supply in the presence of uncertainty and Bayesian learning about the economic environment. I find that there exists a set of assumptions under which a temporary acceleration of money growth and...
- DEFLATION AND JAPAN REVISITED. JOHNSSON, RICHARD C.B. // Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics;Spring2005, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p15
Examines in detail the development of the Japanese economy of 1990 to 2001. Definition of deflation; Analysis of the Japanese deflation; Sign of changes in money supply, prices and aggregate demand.
- MARKET SNAPSHOT. // State Journal (WV);11/1/2013, Vol. 29 Issue 43, p2
Several charts are presented depicting the market conditions including Olin Corp.'s performance, changes in the West Virginia Stock Index and West Virginia United Way Campaign progress during 2013-14.
- Drift and Adjustment in Organizational Rule Compliance: Explaining the "Regulatory Pendulum" in Financial Markets. Martinez-Moyano, Ignacio J.; McCaffrey, David P.; Oliva, Rogelio // Organization Science;Mar/Apr2014, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p321
This article integrates research on rule development, compliance, and organizational change to model rule development and compliance in organizations, using causal-loop modeling from system dynamics to articulate explicitly a few key underlying processes. We focus on financial markets as a case...
- More Than Just Another Bubble. Sharma, Ruchir // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);6/6/2005 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 145 Issue 23, p35
The article focuses on the financial market in the Middle East and North Africa. The latest buzz is that the MENA markets--a reference to the Middle East and North Africa--are in the midst of the mother of all bubbles. The problem with the bubble talk is that it is become the lazy way of...
- The Stock Market: A Steady View in Volatile Times. Highfill, Jannett; Wojcikewych, Raymond // Journal of International Business & Cultural Studies;Feb2009, Vol. 1, p18
This paper presents a "GDP demand-side" model that treats changes in GDP, the price level, money supply, and many other parameters, as comparative static exercises. The major conclusions are that (1) changes in stock prices may substitute for changes in GDP when the economy experiences shocks,...
- More Than Just Another Bubble. Sharma, Ruchir // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);6/6/2005 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 145 Issue 23, p31
This article focuses on the financial market in the Middle East and North Africa. Just like the Frenchman who said the Eiffel Tower reminded him of sex because so did everything else, most financial analysts in the world after the NASDAQ boom-bust reflexively dub a sustained rise in any asset...
- DETERMINANTS OF EURODOLLAR INTEREST RATES UNDER FIXED AND FLOATING EXCHANGE RATES. Finnerty, Joseph E.; Schneeweis, Thomas // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Autumn81, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p51
Analyzes the determinants of Eurodollar rates during periods of floating exchange rates and no U.S. capital controls. Relationship between the Eurodollar market and the U.S. domestic money market; Determinants of Eurodollar yields; Supply of and demand for Eurodollars.