REER

AcronymDefinition
REERReal Effective Exchange Rate
REERRegime Enregistre d'Epargne Retraite
REERReal Equilibrium Exchange Rate (economics)
REERReal Exchange Effective Rate
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The values for GROWTHDIF and REER were calculated by the authors using data from the International Monetary Fund data base.
REER employs both on-demand and proactive mechanisms, whereby the on-demand process will be triggered when the sensor node has a data packet to be sent to the sink and no information is available in its routing table.
Meanwhile our latest REER model shows the Turkish lira is five per cent cheap (at TRY 3.
The report pointed out that the current account position is improving, as after a prominent plunge in REER (of more than 45% year-over-year by December 2016), early signs of expenditure switching are starting to occur, with imports nearly flat in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2016, and exports up 18% year-over-year (y-o-y).
Textile and clothing exports demand elasticities with respect to the REER range from 0.
Japanese Export Competitiveness and Industry-Specific REER
8) The GDP deflator was retrieved from the OECD as well, and the REER from the International Financial Statistics (IFS).
where TB represents trade balance, REER represents the real effective exchange rate, GDP represents domestic output and GDP* represents foreign output.
The disconnect between America's terms of trade and the far more volatile REER is also consistent with low and delayed exchange-rate pass-through.
Chart 4 depicts improved TOT and depreciating REER for Brazil, India and South Africa after 2010 which contrasts with a higher rate of growth in imports than exports as visible in chart 5.
The Bank in 1981 noted three methods of determining an appropriate, or equilibrium, REER when setting the exchange rate: purchasing power parity, underlying external payments imbalance (from an estimated equilibrium) and asset market disturbances (Deane 1981).
Consider the REER, which is the broadest measure of the value of a currency in real terms.