bank measure

bank measure

[′baŋk ‚mezh·ər]
(civil engineering)
The volume of a given portion of soil or rock as measured in its original position before excavation.

bank measure

1. A measure of the volume of a mass of soil or rock, before excavation, in its natural position.
2. The measurement of earth material in situ (i.e., in its original place in the ground).
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US officials and foreign diplomats added that the likelihood that other governments would strongly resist such a step also helped push the central bank measure from consideration and diplomatic discussion.
Qatari one-year currency forwards fell on Thursday to their lowest since late 2008, when speculation on Gulf dollar pegs swirled, after a new central bank measure boosted liquidity in the banking system.
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Seetharaman highlighted Doha Bank measures on sustainable development, and said, "Doha Bank advocates and practices Green Banking, which is one of the core business philosophies that would support the sustainability into the future.
The purpose of the Central Bank measures are to prevent the redemption of bonds (i.
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Ibrahim Qureshi stated that: 'Through the 'Ease of doing business index', the World Bank measures and ranks more than 189 economies of the world.
In recent weeks, more than USD$5 trillion worth of assets have been wiped off global equity markets due, in large part, to weak data from China showing a sharp contraction in manufacturing and central bank measures to devalue the currency.
While the Central Bank measures certainly ensured there was not another property bubble, they also resulted in making it much more difficult for young people to buy a home.
TOKYO, Oct 21 (KUNA) -- Tokyo stocks rose Wednesday, sending a key index to the highest closing level in six weeks on expectations for fresh central bank measures following release of weak export data.
In recent weeks, more than $5 trillion worth of assets have been wiped off global equity markets due, in large part, to weak data from China showing a sharp contraction in manufacturing and central bank measures to devalue the currency.
Recent European Central Bank measures will drive an influx of liquidity into the European markets including real estate.