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target range

[′tär·gət ‚rānj]
(ordnance)
Area equipped for practice in shooting at targets.
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Economic managers have set the government's inflation target range at 2-4 percent for 2018-2019.
To prevent the high risk of hypoglycemia and comply with the current recommendations, we have implemented the BG target range of 5.
The fund seeks to optimize the Target Range to collect premium income to meet its monthly distribution target while minimizing the chance of losses.
75 per cent, according to analysts, while the bank's target range is two per cent to four per cent.
Yellen stated, "It is important to emphasize that a modification of the forward guidance should not be read as indicating that the Committee will necessarily increase the target range in a couple of meetings.
If economic conditions continue to improve, as the committee anticipates, according to Yellen, the committee will, at some point, begin to consider an increase in the target range for the federal funds rate on a meeting-by-meeting basis.
Thus, we still expect inflation to fall back into the CBR's target range by the year-end.
90 percent year-on-year in March, surpassing the upper limit of the central bank's target range due to an increase in food prices, official data showed Monday.
The net profit of the dialysis unit is seen in the lower end of the target range of USD1.
Many scholars support the CEPD's plan of setting a growth target range for next year's economic development, since the existence of great uncertainty next year.
This level is consistent with a more-restrictive monetary policy, necessary to foster a convergence of inflation and inflation expectations with the target range,' the central bank said.
The three-month target range for those rates will stay at a level between 0 and 0.

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