REER

AcronymDefinition
REERReal Effective Exchange Rate
REERRegime Enregistre d'Epargne Retraite
REERReal Equilibrium Exchange Rate (economics)
REERReal Exchange Effective Rate
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It is, therefore, entirely his own produc- tion; and, considering how long and dark was the ca- reer he had to run as a slave,--how few have been his opportunities to improve his mind since he broke his iron fetters,--it is, in my judgment, highly creditable to his head and heart.
Therefore, the weights and trading partners for effective exchange rates are revised periodically as a routine exercise to make the REER more reflecting of latest trading partners.
Moreover, it has also been agreed that the market forces will decide the actual or the REER for the rupee.
Real effective exchange rate (REER) data are from the Bruegel database.
Moreover, the report indicated that although there is no immediate pressure on the currency to weaken, yet the uncertainty introduced over the exchange rate will likely lead to fewer foreign inflows, while inflation and EGP REER trends suggest a gradual nominal EGP weakness over time.
Despite the GEL weakness vs the USD, the GELEe's strengthened NEER and REER since May-18 enabled the NBG to intervene in the FX market and to purchase US$ 112.5mn during the April-September period with the aim to build reserves.
A broader measure of the value of a certain country's currency would be the real effective exchange rate (REER).
Citing a study prepared by the lender, Rao said the recent phase of relative depreciation has reduced the misalignment of the Indian rupee from fair value based on real effective exchange rate (REER) rebased to FY12.
Using the long-run estimated coefficients in the panel and the country-specific effect, we estimate the equilibrium real effective exchange rate (EREER) for each country and compare it with the real effective exchange rate (REER) as shown in Figs.
Syed Farhan Karim: International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects that Pak Rupee is overvalued by 20 percent on the basis that Pak Rupee's Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) is much higher than Nominal Effective Exchange Rate (NEER).
According to a top analyst Rencap, the local currency is 12 per cent undervalued, as suggested by the real effective exchange rate (REER) model.
However, on Exchange Rate Development, Mr Matambo said exchange rate development in the domestic economy continued to show stability, with the Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) registering a marginal appreciation of 0.1 per cent over the 12 months to October 2017.