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cut-rate

Offered or sold at a low price. I told you you'd regret buying a cut-rate car like that!

cut-rate

mod. cheap; low-priced. Where are your cut-rate sweaters?
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They must Cut Rates bigger and faster, and stop their ridiculous quantitative tightening NOW," Trump posted on Twitter, while noting that "our problem is not China."
The central bank's decision to make no change in its rate policy -- approved on a 10-0 vote -- had been expected despite renewed pressure from President Donald Trump for the Fed to cut rates aggressively to help accelerate economic growth.
SBI is not the first public sector bank to cut rates. Indian Overseas Bank and Bank of Maharashtra have also reduced their MCLR by 5 bps each.
This provides additional room for central banks to cut rates to ease monetary policy further.
QNB said it has become evident that central banks have the potential to cut rates much further below zero than previously thought.
The plan to cut rates to boost demand may have been the main reason behind PNB's across-the-board cut, however Central Bank and Union Bank also have a "limited period" factor in their offers, aimed at increasing sales during the festival season.
The question is whether we should cut rates, when we should cut rates and by how much we should cut rates," Subbarao said.
It is the first time the Bank has cut rates by more than half a percentage point since gaining its independence in 1997.
IG Index head of sales trading Tim Hughes said: "There is such a firm expectation among investors that all three central banks (Federal Reserve, BoE and ECB) will act and will cut rates.
HSBC yesterday became the latest lender to cut rates following a drop in wholesale funding costs.
David Kern, the BCC's economic adviser, called on the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to cut rates from 5.75% next month.
A self-contained control unit provides for full programmability of cut rates.--Rimrock Corp.
"The Bank is going to be very reluctant to cut rates again in the near-term," said Philip Shaw, chief economist at City stockbroker Investec.
The Tiger Disc flap disc for stainless steel grinding enhances productivity by providing higher cut rates than conventional zirconium discs.