The petrol price in South Africa is therefore directly linked to the price of petrol quoted in US dollars at refined petroleum export orientated refining centres in the Mediterranean area, the Arab Gulf and Singapore. The import parity BFP principle is an elegant, arms-length method of basic fuels price determination to ensure that local refineries compete with their international counterparts. This promotes cost efficiency and astute crude acquisition strategies to ensure survival in a volatile and competitive international environment, thus eliminating domestic inflationary pressures.
Carlson and Marco Macchiavelli Abstract: During the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve established two emergency facilities for broker-dealers. One provided collateralized loans. The other lent securities against a pledge of other securities, effectively providing collateral upgrades, an operation similar to activities traditionally undertaken by broker-dealers.
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We find that these facilities alleviated dealers' funding pressures when access to repos backed by illiquid collateral deteriorated. We also find that dealers used the facilities, especially the ability to upgrade collateral, to continue funding their own illiquid inventories avoiding potential fire-salesand to extend funding to their clients.
Exogenous variation in collateral policies at one facility allows a causal interpretation of these stabilizing effects. Financial crisis, Lender of last resort, collateral, dealers, repo DOI: Recently, there has been significant interest in the high levels of rental cost burden being experienced across the United States.
Much of this scholarship has focused on rental cost burdens in larger urban areas, or at the national level, and has not explored differences in the prevalence of rental cost burden in urban versus rural communities.
In this paper, I find that rental cost burdens are a challenge facing both urban and rural communities. However, despite the need for affordable rental housing in rural communities identified, I find the amount of resources made available by the federal government to address this challenge are at a low point relative to recent history.
My analysis of federal resource availability also finds one program has been an important and resilient tool for the development and preservation of affordable housing in urban and rural communities: However, I did identify a number of factors that by their very design appeared to affect positively or negatively the likelihood that specific types of projects or project locations would receive allocations.
Interviews with industry stakeholders confirmed that many of these factors are affecting developer decisions and may be unintentionally disadvantaging smaller, more remote rural projects. Government expenditures federalhousing affordability, housing supply, rural, tax credits DOI:The IMF Structure • 56 Countries are low-income as the International Monetary Fund owed $ billion with 29 of the 44 members • 8 Countries (are not low- remaining.
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