With the monetary transmission mechanism still not functioning properly, a rate cut is not the right policy answer," he argued.
What does MTM stand for?
MTM stands for Monetary Transmission Mechanism (economics)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Since monetary transmission mechanism is highly related to efficiency of the implementation of monetary policy, analysis of interest rate pass-through is important4.
Malfunctioning monetary transmission mechanisms, poor coordination between monetary and fiscal policies, and the lack of political consensus could all exert strong pressure on investor sentiment in 4Q12.
INTRODUCTION Despite calls for its obsolescence, the lending channel of the monetary transmission mechanism continues to generate interest among monetary economists.
According to the conventional views of monetary transmission mechanism, tight monetary policy is associated with a fall in the money supply and output.
Interest rates--only infrequently adjusted--have traditionally played a small role in China's monetary transmission mechanism.
Although the Fed injected vast amounts of reserves to stabilize the banking system, the monetary transmission mechanism was dysfunctional, and bank credit fell 6.
These models have changed and developed, not by questioning the fundamental assumptions about frictions and the monetary transmission mechanism, but by adding more and more detail about the economy.