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RBA Glossary definition for appreciation

appreciation – An increase in the value of an asset. In foreign-exchange terms, it is a relative increase in the value of one currency compared to another.

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Implications for the Australian Economy of Strong Growth in Asia

22 Mar 2013 RDP 2013-03
Michael Plumb, Christopher Kent and James Bishop
Research Discussion Papers contain the results of economic research within the Reserve Bank
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Internationalisation and the Macroeconomy | Conference – 1994

11 Jul 1994 Conferences
David Gruen and Geoffrey Shuetrim
The second effect is a direct price effect. The real exchange rate appreciation makes imports cheaper. ... This counter-intuitive result occurs because the associated exchange rate appreciation is so big.


12 Sep 2014 RDP 2014-06
Ryan Fox and Peter Tulip
0.7. 0.7. Depreciation (d). 1.1. 1.1. Expected appreciation (π). 1955–2014 average. ... This can be seen in the break-even rates of appreciation shown in Figure 3.
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6 Oct 2022 Bulletin
Insights into the economy and financial system from teams throughout the Reserve Bank of Australia

Japan's Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia: Its Influence on Recipient Countries and Japan's Trade Structure | Conference – 1994

11 Jul 1994 Conferences
Kazuhiko Ishida
the appreciation of the yen;. the aggravation of trade friction;. lower wages in East Asian countries; and. ... In spite of the sharp appreciation of the yen, Japan's trade surplus did not decrease significantly until 1988, which further aggravated trade

The Exchange Rate and Macroeconomic Policy in Australia | Conference – 1993

12 Jul 1993 Conferences
John Pitchford
This has occurred despite the appreciation of the export-based real exchange rate. ... Unlike in the case of pegged rates, appreciation is possible, but is not sufficient to offset foreign inflation.

Financial Conditions and the Australian Dollar – Recent Developments

15 Feb 2019 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor, Financial Markets, to XE Breakfast Briefing, Melbourne

Statement by Philip Lowe, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision

6 Nov 2018 Media Releases
Announcement that the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent.

Appendix C: Transmission of Exchange Rate Shocks

6 Apr 2018 RDP 2018-04
Christopher G Gibbs, Jonathan Hambur and Gabriela Nodari
The exchange rate appreciation causes a decline in inflation that is slightly larger in magnitude compared to that in the RSH model. ... Note: 10 per cent appreciation of nominal exchange rate. Figure C2: Sectoral Output and Investment Response to an
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Statement on Monetary Policy

10 May 2004 Bulletin – May 2004
Domestic demand remains weak and the appreciation of the euro appears to be dampening export growth. ... Around 95 per cent of the appreciation in the currency from its lows in April 2001 has occurred in overnight trading.