GFSR

AcronymDefinition
GFSRGlobal Financial Stability Report (International Monetary Fund)
GFSRGeneralized Feedback Shift Register (mathematics)
GFSRGlobal Food Security Response (USAID)
GFSRGeneral Functional System Requirement
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He elaborated that financial conditions have tightened since the October 2018 GFSR but remain relatively accommodative, notably in the United States.
The military's GFSR recognizes and addresses many complications of female urination in a deployment environment, but findings from current literature suggest these problems continue to persist in military women deployed to OIF and OEF (Lowe & Ryan-Wenger, 2003; Nielsen et el., 2009; Ryan-Wenger et el., 2010, Trego, 2012, Wilson & Nelson, 2012).
The first assumption is that, consistent with the October 2012 GFSR baseline scenario, European policymakers take additional action to advance adjustment at national levels and integration at the euro area level (including timely establishment of a single supervisory mechanism).
The GFSR and the WEOR are both semiannual journals.
The priorities identified in the GFSR were explicitly recognized in the G20 Communique at the Pittsburgh summit in September 2009.
COMMONWEALTH SECRETARIAT (2010), Jamaica Medical Tourism Development Plan, viewed 18 November 2010, http://www.thecommonwealth.org/Shared_ASP_Files/ GFSR.asp?NodeID=230584&AttributeName=File.
(3) The IMF estimates that total writedowns of credit originated in mature economies over 2007 to 2010 will total US$3.4 trillion, of which US$2.8 trillion will be borne by global banks (IMF GFSR, October 2009).
The IMF's latest Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) calculates that actual and potential writedowns for Western banking giants--who, it should not be forgotten, perpetrated the financial storm in the first place--arising from toxic assets and bad loans, could be a colossal $3.4 trillion, equivalent to nearly 200% of Africa's total GDP.
The IMF, in its 09/ 2009 Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) utilizes yield spreads to assess the effectiveness of the credit easing policies adopted by most of the central banks in the OECD countries to mitigate the impact of the global financial crisis.
''Since the April 2009 GFSR, policy actions have reduced systemic and liquidity risks, prompting a substantial narrowing in credit spreads,'' it said.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) (2009), Global Financial Stability Report, GFSR Market Update, 28 January 2009, Washington, DC.
The estimate, which covers the period from the beginning of the financial crisis in mid-2007 to 2010, was published in the IMF's latest Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR) on Monday.