Guler Sabanci, the head of Sabanci Holding, said that the extreme and short-term capital movements should be curbed and well managed.
What does STCM stand for?
STCM stands for Short-Term Capital Movements (economics)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Indonesia quickly followed suit when its central bank deployed measures to control short-term capital movements.
Short-term capital movements improved rapidly, with outflows dropping from a negative balance of 100.
His recommendations also include the monitoring of financial institutions' investment in hedge funds as part of efforts to reduce the risks involved in massive short-term capital movements across borders and the provision of liquidity to crisis-hit nations.
The proposal was floated while the leaders discussed financial and monetary cooperation to recover from the crisis, including measures to increase controls on short-term capital movements.
Kim Yong-duck, the South Korean finance ministry's deputy director general for international finance: "There should be more sophisticated and efficient mechanisms for monitoring short-term capital movements and, in some cases, there should be certain mechanisms to make a more stable market environment, especially for developing countries.
I think that we need to concentrate on ways to protect our institutions from negative impacts of short-term capital movements.
Miyazawa also said it is necessary tackle the risks involved in short-term capital movements, the shortcomings of the current foreign exchange rate system and the lack of liquidity in times of emergency -- the three ''most fundamental issues'' underlying the present international financial architecture.