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  • Author:
    Marco Rossi
  • ISBN:
    0333695771
  • ISBN13:
    978-0333695777
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 1998 edition (April 8, 1998)
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    152 pages
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    Business & Finance
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The payment system is one of the mechanisms essential to the working of an exchange economy. Over the last decade, central banks have been determined to improve their payment systems to harmonise and reduce risk, and in Europe to anticipate their future interconnection in the TARGET system.

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In the context of joint efforts by central banks of the European Union to reform their large-value payment systems, Rossi, an economist at the International Monetary Fund, proposes an analytical framework for real-time gross-settlement systems; estimates the costs of intraday liquidity depending on various institutional arrangements; and assesses the implications for monetary policy of implementing such a system.

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It is based on the isomorphic correspondence between Fund liquidity and common stock put options.

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Payment function: the financial system provides a mechanism to pay for goods and services. The financial market participates in economic growth for every country in the world by allocating and absorbing the savings from the investment of financial instruments and then transforms those savings to the business firms and other institutions needed more funds for their investment and business expansion as well as met their expenditures 5. In economy, the financial markets encourage entrepreneurs and government for.

The payment system is one of the mechanisms essential to the working of an exchange economy. Over the last decade, central banks have been determined to improve their payment systems to harmonise and reduce risk, and in Europe to anticipate their future interconnection in the TARGET system. This book provides the analytic framework for an informed policy debate on the implications for monetary policy.