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Net reproduction rate

Grossing / Netting

Cross-currency interest rate swaps

Forward rate agreements (FRAs)

Interest rate swaps

Reference rate of interest

Swap - interest rate

Swaps - cross-currency interest rate

Non-response rate

Unit response rate

Crude death rate

Crude divorce rate

Crude marriage rate

Item response rate

Refusal rate

Response rate

Crude birth rate

Foetal death rate

Infant mortality rate

Neo-natal mortality rate

Rate

Total fertility rate

Changes in net worth

NDP (net domestic product)

Net domestic product (NDP)

Net international investment position

Net saving

Net value added

Value added - net

Maternal mortality rate

Capital stock - net

Income from abroad - net

Net

Net capital stock

Net equity of households in life insurance reserves and in pension funds

Net income from abroad

Net lending

Net recordings

Net rent

Net worth

Written-down (net) value of a fixed asset

AMA rate

Annual growth rate

Exchange rates

Growth rate

IMF based rate

Market rate

Official rate

Price adjusted rate of exchange (PARE)

Principal rate

UN Operational rates

Weighted average exchange rate

Exposure to risk, principle of

Currency swaps

Mean age at child bearing

Own-children method

Appgar score

Income

Durable good

Export duties

Export subsidies

Forward foreign exchange contracts

Geometric depreciation

Index linked securities

Neutral holding gain

Nominal holding gain (by non-residents)

Non-durable good

Recurrent losses (from inventories)

Reserve assets

Foetal death ratio

Population-at-risk

Balance sheet

Capital levies

Capital taxes

Current taxes on capital

Gross

National wealth

Other changes in assets account

Other current transfers

Gross national income (GNI)

Real growth

Nominal growth

Net reproduction rate   1 definition

The average number of daughters a hypothetical cohort of women would have at the end of their reproductive period if they were subject during their whole lives to the fertility rates and the mortality rates of a given period.  It is expressed as number of daughters per woman.
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