Treasury Bills and/Or Central Bank Bills for Absorbing Surplus Liquidity; The Main Considerations
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KeywordsExcess liquidity; Bond issues; Banking sector; Monetary policy; Central banks; Incomplete markets; Monetary operations; Liquidity management; consolidated public sector; central bank; government securities; debt management; Fiscal and Monetary Policy in Development; Wages; Compensation; and Labor Costs: Public Policy;
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