Tapering


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Tapering

Forms exhibiting a gradual diminution in thickness, or reduction in cross section, as in a spire or column.
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However the measures taken by RBI, improvement in current account deficit and the deferment of Fed tapering enabled rupee to recover and till date it is down by more than 12 per cent.
QE tapering could bring this behavior to an abrupt end.
The table-based tapering method allows the flexibility of a syntax-based software program to create a custom taper program using a GUI interface.
The values of the first eigen pulsation of the shaft for different inclination ratios and different tapering are presented in Fig.
As the tapering continues, be sure to differentiate between withdrawal reactions, symptom recurrence (such as panic disorder), and rebound headache intensification.
Research has shown that tapering effectively improves race performance by 3% to 5%.
In comments accompanying the new report, several psychiatrists support frequent neuroleptic tapering.
In the trial, 70 prescription opioid-dependent adults aged 18 and older were randomized to 1-, 2-, or 4-week buprenorphine tapering regimes after initial stabilization with buprenorphine and naloxone hydrochloride dihydrate, the investigators reported.
Equity markets across the world react negatively each time the Fed meets to decide on tapering.
Distress about QE tapering was initiated by comments from the Chairman of the Federal Reserve (Fed), Ben Bernanke, on June 19th when he stated that the pace of bond purchases might be reduced as the US economy was strengthening.