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FEERFonds Enregistré de Revenu de Retraite (French: Fund Registered Retirement Income; Canada Revenue Agency)
FEERFar Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong business magazine)
FEERFundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate
FEERFuture Earnings and Employment Record (UK)
FEERField Even-Echo Rephasing
FEERForeign Exchange Encashment Receipt (Nepal)
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It is mostly a static view of the exchange rate in the medium term, whereas the FEER approach is a long-term analysis with all economic forces returning to long-run equilibrium levels (Bayoumi, Clark, Symansky, & Taylor, 1994, pp.
Lamenting that many foreign publications are wary of offending the Singapore government and often capitulate to its demands for an apology and damages, FEER called for ''deeper reporting and tougher analysis of government actions'' in the island republic.
Hence there is no way to take it into account in FEER calculations except by assumption, and therefore the equilibrium exchange rate calculation will be even more than usual the result of the researcher's judgement.
China Take Sides in Border Skirmish," Chicago Tribune, 19 May 2001; and Rodney Tasker and Bertil Lintner, "Nasty Job for Task Force 399," FEER, 19 April 2001, pp.
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Bowring, "The Tithes that Bind," FEER, 15 January 1982, pp.
In addition, FEER will use appropriate articles from other Dow Jones publications, including Barron's, SmartMoney, and AmericaEconomia, the business magazine of Latin America.
FEER Editor Michael Vatikiotis submitted a letter Monday to Thai Parliament President Uthai Pimchaichon apologizing for the misunderstanding and controversy caused by the article.
1991) and Church (1992), showing that the actual real exchange rate was well above the FEER.
14 to mark the 400th anniversary of the beginning of Italian Jesuit Matteo Ricci's mission to China, FEER said.
FEER, however, in its edition due out Thursday, quoted Cai Guan, an editor of the state-run China Ports Association monthly magazine, who was said to have learned of the instructions from port authorities in several Chinese cities.