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Transformations to open market operations: Developing economies and emerging markets (Economic issues) by Axilrod, S. H and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Get this from a library! Transformations to open market operations: developing economies and emerging markets. [S H Axilrod; Neil Wilson; International Monetary Fund.] -- By buying or selling bonds, bills and other financial instruments in the open market, a central bank can expand or contract the amount of reserves in the banking system and can ultimately influence. Get this from a library! Transformations to open market operations. [S H Axilrod; Neil Wilson; International Monetary Fund.] -- With more countries seeking to deregulate and unleash the potential of market forces, many policymakers and central bankers are grappling with ways to realize the full benefits of open market. Transformations to Open Market Operations: Developing Economies and Emerging Markets By buying or selling bonds, bills, and other financial instruments in the open market, a central bank can expand or contract the amount of reserves in the banking system and can ultimately influence the country’s money supply.
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