Negative interest rate policy (NIRP
): Implications for monetary transmission and bank profitability in the Euro Area.
Thirty percent of investors cited long high quality stocks as the most crowded trade, followed by 26% who cited long US/EU investment grade bonds and 11% long emerging market debt--all of which are dependent on NIRP
Welcome to the Bizarro World of negative interest rate policy (NIRP
What are the effects of the so-called Zero Interest-Rate Policies (ZIRP) or Negative Interest-Rate Policies (NIRP
"The so-called Zero Interest-Rate Policies ('ZIRP') or Negative Interest- Rate Policies ('NIRP
') are making investments possible that would not be if the cost of capital was higher.
The Nigerian Industrial Revolution Plan (NIRP
) is beginning to bear fruits in the key areas of competitive and comparative advantages, where we can drive growth and development in the economy."
Still not paid attention to sufficiently, the negative interest rate policy (NIRP
) is tantamount to paying interest to lenders, be it a bank or the government, to let them keep your money.
NML is one of four major northern arts organisations to team up with the University of Glasgow in the latest phase of its National Inventory Research sProject (NIRP
aACoeThe Nigerian Competitiveness Support Programme (NCSP) further pushes the nationaACAOs industrial revolution plan (NIRP
), which addresses the high cost of funding in Nigeria, builds up industrial infrastructure and power, provides industrial skills, links innovation and industry, improves investment climate, strengthens products standards and promotes local patronage,aACA[yen] the minister added.
Hwang and Yoon  originally proposed the order performance technique based on similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS), in which the chosen alternative should not only have the shortest distance from the positive ideal reference point (PIRP), but also have the longest distance from the negative ideal reference point (NIRP
), to solve the MCDM problems.In the following the steps of TOPSIS are given.
Hwang and Yoon  originally proposed the order performance technique based on similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS), in which the chosen alternative should not only have the shortest distance from the positive ideal reference point (PIRP), but also the longest distance from the negative ideal reference point (NIRP
) to solve the multicriteria decision-making (MCDM) problems.
In the case of the Kalu Ganga reservoir development, according to the existing government regulations, new resettlement practices should be performed in accordance with the National Involuntary Resettlement Policy (NIRP
) (5) of the government of Sri Lanka.