COTIS

AcronymDefinition
COTISConfederation of Transcribed Information Services
COTISConfederation of Transcribed Information Services (Tarporley, Cheshire, UK)
COTISCult of the Inserter Seat (art series)
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With the European Central Bank scheduled to take a decision on interest rates on 6 September, Cotis called for caution: "The ECB should wait and see" how financial markets evolve before going forward with a decision to raise interest rates.
"Recent developments have revealed serious imperfections in the functioning of US housing markets and, more broadly, in credit markets worldwide," Mr Cotis said.
(7) The methodology follows one similar to that used by the OECD for estimating potential output for the economies of member countries (Cotis et al., 2005).
Mr Cotis said the slowdown expected at OECD level was nothing like the one that hit in 2000 when most economies outside of Japan were overheating and stock market valuations had hit record heights.
The problem however, as the Chief Economist of the OECD Jean-Philippe Cotis argues, is that EMU has not stood the test of time.
Cotis said the rise in WTI prices from about $30/b at the time of the last economic outlook in May to about $45 on Nov.
The value of the report has been much improved by having one human being, Jean-Philippe Cotis, the chief economist, signing and taking responsibility for it.
Le nombre de cotis est AaAaAeA@galement en hausse de plus de 150
"Rather than a major slowdown, what the world may be facing is a rebalancing of growth across OECD regions," said Jean-Philippe Cotis, chief economist at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.