making the interest rate response
to shocks more gradual by including a weight on the previous quarter's interest rate.
So the exchange rate response
is larger for interest differentials on longer-maturity securities and on short-term securities that persist.
* 1-5 have potential to limit heart rate response
Hypertension control through beta-blockers and, to a lesser degree, the calcium antagonists diltiazem and verapamil, reduces the heart rate response
to sub-maximal exercise.
The cycle ergometry test is "predictive." This means it will predict your fitness level by using your heart rate response
to a given level of work -- resistance or workload on the cycle.
Although the purpose of the study is not to determine the factors that cause the unemployment rate response
to an output shock to be stronger for males than females and to be stronger for blacks than whites, we can offer some possible reasons why this is the case.
Central Banks would not need to respond slavishly to departures from these ranges but the innovation might focus the markets more on a possible interest rate response
to rising or falling asset prices and also help to ensure a more symmetric response.
The results show that CLS provides the expected heart rate response
to exercise and to the patient's daily activities.
This is carried out by monitoring the heart rate response
compared to the amount of work required to function successfully in each position.
Seasonal variation in heart rate response
to core temperature changes.
However, now the CEE measure of the interest rate response
to a positive money supply shock could be negative, even if [a.sub.1], [a.sub.3] [greater than] 0, that is, even if there is no liquidity effect; but this requires that [Mathematical Expression Omitted] be large.