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RBA Glossary definition for depreciation

depreciation – A fall in the value of an asset. In foreign-exchange terms, it is a relative decrease in the value of one currency compared to another.

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Model Dynamics

23 Aug 2019 RDP 2019-07
Alexander Ballantyne, Tom Cusbert, Richard Evans, Rochelle Guttmann, Jonathan Hambur, Adam Hamilton, Elizabeth Kendall, Rachael McCririck, Gabriela Nodari and Daniel Rees
Figure 14: Gross Domestic Product. Sources: Authors' calculations; RBA. Figure 15 shows the responses of six key aggregate variables to a transitory 10 per cent real exchange rate depreciation. ... The depreciation reduces the price of
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10 May 2019 SMP – May 2019
The prices of tradable items (excluding volatile items) rose in the quarter, consistent with some pass-through to retail prices from the exchange rate depreciation over the past year. ... The recent increase in retail inflation is consistent with the

The Asian Situation: An Australian Perspective

11 Mar 1998 Speech
Ian Macfarlane
Talk by Ian Macfarlane to the American Australian Association, in conjunction with the Asia Society, The Downtown Economists Inc., New York Association of Business Economists and the International Economists Club, New York

The Effects of Inflation

1 Dec 1990 RDP 9011
Chris Ryan
Its feasibility falls as inflation rises because of the reduced real value of depreciation allowances. ... There have been offsetting influences arising from various accelerated depreciation provisions and investment allowances.
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Domestic Economic Conditions

8 Nov 2019 SMP – November 2019
Graph 2.13. Australia's service and manufactured exports have continued to grow steadily, supported by a depreciation of the Australian dollar over the past year or so, reasonable growth in ... 16). The depreciation of the Australian dollar over the past

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

12 Jul 1993 Conferences
John Pitchford
Firstly, there is the question of the large depreciations in 1985 and 1986. ... Notable features are the steady depreciation of the trade-weighted index (TWI) from the mid-1970s until the latter part of the 1980s, the large depreciations in 1985 and 1986

Data Appendix

1 Aug 1990 RDP 9004
Malcolm Edey and Mark Britten-Jones
We perform our simulations by setting. DEPRECIATION (t) = d NET CAPITAL STOCK (t1). ... Table C1 compares simulations using a depreciation rate of 0.065 and the official figures (ABS Catalogue No.
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The Cost of Inflation in Australia | Conference – 1992

10 Jul 1992 Conferences
Doug McTaggart
the asset holder for the capital depreciation incurred in the real value of the stock of assets. ... Conversely, for borrowers of overseas funds, an increase in inflation at home and consequent depreciation increases the interest costs of the overseas

Review of the Bond Purchase Program

9 Mar 2023
2014). A range of these studies suggest that an announcement that reduces long-term bond yields by 100 basis points typically results in a 3–9 per cent depreciation of the

At a Glance: Financial Stability Review – April 2021

9 Apr 2021 FSR
With rising long-term yields in major economies, slower growth in some emerging market economies could expose them to sharp capital outflows, exchange rate depreciations or unhelpful increases in their domestic