Financial market evolution and the interest sensitivity of output
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- Beverly Hirtle & Jeanette Kelleher, 1990. "Financial market evolution and the interest sensitivity of output," Research Paper 9013, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
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KeywordsInterest rates ; Gross national product ; Money market;
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