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However, to the extent that the monetary authorities, in their effort to ease credit in the next several months, conduct their open market operations in longer-term Government bonds, they will certainly act to accentuate any tendency for long-term interest rates to ease as a result of market forces.
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However, wall depictions of this instrument have not been discovered, casting some doubt over the extent to which this instrument was used.
However, to minimize the extent of the movement ignores the facts that at least two Roman emperors, Constantius II and Valens, became Arians, as did prominent Gothic, Vandal and Lombard warlords both before and after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
However, many later disapproved of his actions, including to an extent Machiavelli, who claimed " It cannot be called prowess to kill fellow-citizens, to betray friends, to be treacherous, pitiless, irreligious.
However, the extent to which acid rain contributes directly or indirectly via runoff from the catchment to lake and river acidity ( i. e., depending on characteristics of the surrounding watershed ) is variable.
However, the mountainous landscape of Chile limits the extent and intensity of agriculture so that arable land corresponds only to 2. 62 % of the total territory.
However, the topography other than coastlines and major rivers is quite different, and the only apparent reference to the real world besides the map may be the Blood Wood, known as " Wyrm Wood " before the Scourge and similar in location and extent to the Chernobyl ( Ukrainian for " wormwood ") Zone of alienation.
However, if density is increased to the extent that individual crystals are crushed, the explosive may become more sensitive.
However, it is not clear the extent to which Maximus sought this position due to his own ambition or if he was merely a pawn in the power struggle.
However, with changes to the governments of both countries relations improved, to the extent that in 1990 Venezuela sponsored Guyana's bid for OAS membership in 1990.
However, the extent of this privatisation of NHS work is still very very small, though remains controversial.
However, conflict raged within the Conservative Party, particularly over the extent of Britain's integration with the European Union.
However, he has claimed that " to the extent that I favoured any one angle, it was the social: language as the creature and creator of human society ".
However, in light of inherent problems with past protocols on acute nitrate toxicity experiments, the extent of nitrate toxicity has been the subject of recent debate.
However, none of this research and criticism was originally known to most of the English-language commentators, by function of the dates when they were writing and, to some extent, of the language in which it was written.
However, this process cannot happen to a great extent in a nuclear reactor, as too small a fraction of the fission neutrons produced by any type of fission have enough energy to efficiently fission U-238 ( fission neutrons have a median energy of 2 MeV, but a mode of only 0. 75 MeV, meaning half of them have less than this insufficient energy ).
However, there is significant disagreement within Orthodox Judaism, particularly between Haredi Judaism and Modern Orthodox Judaism, about the extent and circumstances under which the proper application of Halakha should be re-examined as a result of changing realities.
However, the 20th century witnessed a vast expansion of the use of executive agreements, and critics have challenged the extent of that use as supplanting the treaty process and removing constitutionally prescribed checks and balances over the executive in foreign relations.
However, after World War II the expression formelles Recht obviously has been found " contaminated " and to a broad extent has been replaced by Prozeßrecht meaning narrowing the idea behind it to " law of litigation " ( thereby excluding f. i. the law of other procedures and the law on competences ).
However, modern bats and flying squirrels show considerable variation in the extent of their wing membranes and it is possible that, like these groups, different species of pterosaur had different wing designs.
However, the two disciplines have become increasingly specialized and isolated from each other in recent years, with sociologists focusing on " macro variables " ( e. g., social structure ) to a much greater extent.
However, the construction of a sloping talus at the base of a castle wall ( as was common in Crusader fortification ) could have reduced the effectiveness of this tactic to an extent.
However, eventually the economy hits an " inflation barrier " imposed by the four other kinds of unemployment to the extent that they exist.
However and monetary
However, the monetary authorities will continue to be required to pay attention to the consequences of their actions with respect to our international balance of payments position and the outflow of gold, as well as with regard to avoiding the creation of excessive liquidity in the economy, which would delay the effectiveness of monetary policy measures in the next expansion phase of the business cycle.
However, Plutarch indicates that many of Pericles ' rivals viewed the transfer to Athens as usurping monetary resources to fund elaborate building projects.
However, due to security and technology-independence policy from European Commission, China was, in effect, dis-invited from Galileo and without a return of its monetary investment, a decision that was reinforced by China ’ s move to build its own global system, called Beidou / Compass.
However there is no obligation on banking institutions to routinely report monetary deposits or transfers above a specified value.
However, Krugman argued that monetary policy could also affect savings behavior, as inflation or credible promises of future inflation ( generating negative real interest rates ) would encourage less savings.
However, Paul Krugman demonstrates that the monetary base expanded significantly from 1922 to 1925, and that this expansion was accompanied by a reduction in commercial paper rates.
However, every colony still used the monetary units of pounds, shillings and pence for bookkeeping while Spanish, German, French and Portuguese money were all standard mediums of exchange as British law prohibited the export of British silver coinage.
However, Cirillo was released for a monetary ransom, rather than the release of imprisoned terrorists.
However, in general, a litigant cannot obtain equitable relief unless there is " no adequate remedy at law "; that is, a court will not grant an injunction unless monetary damages are an insufficient remedy for the injury in question.
However, unlike a free-market economy, the government would wield considerable indirect influence over the economy through fiscal and monetary policies designed to counteract economic downturns and capitalism's tendency toward financial crises and unemployment, along with playing a role in interventions that promote social welfare.
However, there remains a skeptical view about having monetary transactions done over the Internet as it is a fairly public domain where there is easy access.
However when the economy is hit by some unexpected external shock, it may be a good idea to offset the macroeconomic effects of the shock with monetary policy.
However, this long-run " neutrality " of monetary policy does allow for short run fluctuations and the ability of the monetary authority to temporarily decrease unemployment by increasing permanent inflation, and vice versa.
However controlling inflation through the targeting of the growth of the domestic money supply, as proposed in that manifesto, turned out to be more problematic than its authors had envisaged and during his time as Chancellor, Lawson had increasingly been drawn instead to targeting the exchange rate to provide an external monetary anchor.
However, it is important to note that liability in this form did not yet include the idea that the debtor " owed " monetary compensation to the creditor, it was merely a means of avoiding punishment.
However, despite annual income declared at two million dollars, SPI's sales declined, and while monetary income remained constant, increasing inflation eroded the company's profits.
However, the Federal Reserve continued with restrictive monetary policy, limiting economic growth in the late 1980s.
However, unlike many other central banks such as Federal Reserve System or Bank of England, MAS does not regulate the monetary system via interest rates to influence the liquidity in the system.
However, given that these policies do not address the more fundamental issues inherent in fractional reserve banking, many suggest that only more radical monetary reform can promote positive economic or social change.
However, from a monetary perspective, currency confiscations have the effect of reducing the available cash in the economy, and thereby slowing the rate of inflation.
However, the statute permits some monetary relief where bad faith, reckless disregard or the willful violation of a court order are involved.