rate effect

rate effect

[′rāt i‚fekt]
(electronics)
The phenomenon of a pnpn device switching to a high-conduction mode when anode voltage is applied suddenly or when high-frequency transients exist.
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7 billion GEL (exchange rate effect excluded above mentioned indicator decreased by 0.
6% y/y in previous month, excluding the exchange rate effect.
Compared to their past levels, foreign exchange reserves, expressed in MTD, continue to show a relative stabilization thanks to a favorable exchange rate effect.
TABLE 3 Estimated Fiscal Savings from Benign Global Financial Conditions,2002- 2005 (in % of GDP, Medians of the Countries in the Regional Groups) Asia Pacific 2002 2003 2004 2005 TT (a) Variable rate effect 0.
This "inverse exposure rate effect could be interpreted as implying that miner-based models underestimate risk in homes, where exposure rates are generally lower," the researchers report in the June 7 Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
i] [is less than] O denotes the interest rate effect on aggregate supply, as parts of wage bills are paid by working capital.
5 percent compared to the previous month (exchange rate effect excluded volume of lending increased by 2.
1 percent more) to resident legal entities (exchange rate effect excluded volume of lending in the foreign currency increased by 1.
6 percent (exchange rate effect excluded volume of deposits increased by 0.
Compared to June 1, 2017 exchange rate effect excluded larization ratio increased by 0.
Compared to March 1, 2017 exchange rate effect excluded larization ratio increased by 1.
4 billion GEL by September 1, 2016 (exchange rate effect excluded it increased by 0.