low core

low core

[′lō ‚kȯr]
(computer science)
The locations with the lower addresses in a computer's main storage, usually used to store control values needed to run the system and other critical information and instructions.
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Monetary policy was accommodative over most of last year against the backdrop of low core inflation, and the exchange rate has depreciated slightly since the fall of 2016.
Therefore, high levels of supervisor support and opportunities for learning and development may compensate for low core self-evaluations, and high core self-evaluations may compensate for low levels of supervisor support and opportunities for learning and development among older adults.
Level shifter are the bridges that transform from low core voltage to high voltage.
5 percent, citing stubbornly low core inflation and uncertainty regarding the U.
The market seems to be slowly changing its focus from deflation towards the potential for inflation to emerge and this combined with record low core bond yields will continue to provide gold with support, Hansen said.
However, Moody's notes that BBVA Colombia maintains low core
Looking closer at this data from Europe, we saw further negative headline inflation numbers and stable but low core inflation (with fuel and food stripped out).
Partly offsetting these strengths are Baiterek's weak loss track record, with high levels of nonperforming loans (NPLs) at some of its subsidiaries compared with domestic commercial non-restructured banks, low core profitability, and concentrated wholesale funding.
One is tempted to infer that after financial crises you have a period of time with low core inflation," he said.
KEXIM's financial profile, in particular its low core profitability, reflects its public policy function.
The slow growth of production costs and low profit margin for businesses were reflected in low core and headline inflation rates.

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