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The Bank of Mauritius cut its benchmark interest rate by 50 basis points to 4.90% from 5.40%. The bank said: "The MPC weighed the risks to the growth and inflation outlook over the policy-relevant horizon and concurred that a cut in the Key Repo Rate was warranted in view of the higher downside risks to the domestic growth outlook compared with the upside risks to the inflation outlook. The voting pattern was, however, split with regard to the magnitude of the decrease."
An extension and generalization of a recently presented approach for the analysis of Langevin-type stochastic processes in the presence of strong measurement noise is presented. For a stochastic process in N dimensions which is superimposed with strong, exponentially correlated, Gaussian distributed, measurement noise it is possible to extract the strength and the correlation functions of the noise as well as polynomial approximations of the drift and diffusion functions of the underlying...
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