LM-CurveIn the IS-LM model, the curve representing combinations of income and interest rate at which demand for money equals the money supply in the domestic money market. It is normally upward sloping because an increase in income increases demand for money while an increase in the interest rate reduces demand for money.
Social indifference curveSocial indifference curve
A curve showing the combinations of goods that, when available to a country, yield the same level of social welfare.
Stopping curve refunding rateStopping curve refunding rate
A refunding rate that falls on the stopping curve.
Stopping curveStopping curve
A curve showing the refunding rates for different times at which the expected value of refunding immediately equals the expected value of waiting to refund.
Inverted yield curveInverted yield curve
When short-term interest rates are higher than long-term rates. Antithesis of positive yield curve.
Steepening of the yield curveSteepening of the yield curve
A change in the yield curve where the spread between the yield on a long-term and short-term Treasury has increased. Compare flattening of the yield curve and butterfly shift.
Further SuggestionsReaction curve
Environmental Kuznets Curve
Riding the yield curve
Death Valley Curve
Trade indifference curve
Parallel shift in the yield curve
Reciprocal demand curve
Elastic offer curve
Scitovszky indifference curve
Flattening of the yield curve
Production possibility curve
Negative yield curve
Compensated demand curve
Spot rate curve
Community indifference curve
Inelastic offer curve