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  • noun Plural form of depreciation.

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Examples

  • The company notes federal provisions providing solar projects with a 30% investment tax credit through 2016, as well as accelerated depreciations of capital costs for solar entities, among other goodies.

    Secretary of Subsidy

  • The bank said that if those flows are left unchecked, they "can lead to abrupt real appreciations an depreciations of currencies that are out of line with underlying economies and can do lasting damage to economies."

    World Bank Sees Developing Nations Driving Growth

  • I think we succeeded during a recession in keeping the exchange rate at a level that enabled our exporters to not be excessively hit by the crisis and subsequently we've tried not to allow excessive movements, excessive appreciations of the exchange rate, and if the markets turn, it will be excessive depreciations that we try to modify.

    Interview Transcript: Stanley Fischer

  • "If things continue that way and provided we don't enter into a new phase of very heavy of stock value depreciations, we would be able to quickly engage at the level of a billion euros, but certainly we would be able to go way beyond" in the region, Mr. Mirow said.

    EBRD Sees Role in North Africa

  • The company notes federal provisions providing solar projects with a 30% investment tax credit through 2016, as well as accelerated depreciations of capital costs for solar entities, among other goodies.

    Secretary of Subsidy

  • Governments and financial markets worry that these depreciations would lead to bank failures and financial crises in France, Germany and elsewhere.

    An Exit Strategy From the Euro

  • Previous sharp depreciations may have had added punch as they were typically associated with sharp cuts in interest rates from unsustainably high levels.

    U.K.: Devaluation No Balm

  • Previous sharp depreciations may have had added punch as they were typically associated with sharp cuts in interest rates from unsustainably high levels.

    U.K. Trade Shows Devaluation No Balm

  • Previous sharp depreciations may have had added punch as they were typically associated with sharp cuts in interest rates from unsustainably high levels.

    U.K.: Devaluation No Balm

  • Previous sharp depreciations may have had added punch as they were typically associated with sharp cuts in interest rates from unsustainably high levels.

    U.K.: Devaluation No Balm

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