FEER

(redirected from Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rate)
AcronymDefinition
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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Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, Peterson Institute for
Economics, Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates,
Williamson, "2009 Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates", Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief 09-10 (Washington, DC: Peterson Institute for International Economics, June 2009); and "Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, May 2010", Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief 10-15 (Washington, DC: Peterson Institute for International Economics, June 2010); and W.R.
Williamson, "2009 Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates", Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief 09-10 (Washington, DC: Peterson Institute for International Economics, June 2009) and "Estimates of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates, May 2010", Peterson Institute for International Economics Policy Brief 10-15 (Washington, DC: Peterson Institute for International Economics, June 2010).
The fundamental equilibrium exchange rate (FEER) as developed by Williamson (1983) is that value of the real exchange rate which is consistent with medium-term macroeconomic equilibrium and is achieved when domestic activity is at its 'normal' rate and the trading position with the rest of the world is sustainable.
This study also made estimates of the fundamental equilibrium exchange rate for 29 other countries, of which a number of which were estimated to be undervalued while some were deemed to be overvalued.
The authors note that they utilized different methods and assumptions for their two studies, which attempt to determine fundamental equilibrium exchange rates (FEERs) for various currencies, including the RMB.
Thus, each initial x per cent deviation of the actual from the fundamental equilibrium exchange rate will require a FEER adjustment of rx per cent in the opposite direction if FEERs are adjusted annually.(10)
(1989), 'On fiscal policy, external imbalances and fundamental equilibrium exchange rates', CEPR discussion paper 322.
While fundamental equilibrium exchange rates (FEERs), derived from medium term internal/external macroeconomic balance conditions, are becoming more and more attractive for detecting misalignment in a country's real exchange rate [Clark, et al.
The concept of Fundamental Equilibrium Exchange Rates (FEERs) was developed by Williamson in 1983.
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