Definitions for "Fisher Effect"
The Fisher hypothesis, suggests that, in the long run, inflation and nominal interest rates move together, implying that real interest rates are stable in the long term.... more on: Fisher effect
The theory that a change in the expected rate of inflation will lead to an equal change in the nominal interest rate, thus keeping the real interest rate unchanged. Due to Fisher (1930).
The effect of interest rates on international money movement such that money moves into currencies paying higher interest rates.
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