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May 1) Polite request May be lead to excesses in financial and real asset markets and ultimately result in financial
2) formal permission
3) less than 50% certainty There can be a variety of reasons for which central banks may want to set interest rates at levels that differ from a Taylor rule.
Might 1) less than 50% certainty
2) polite request The goverment might be are still not convinced to increase the price BBM
Should 1) advisability identify periods of unusual monetary ease should hence not be interpreted as suggesting
2) 90% certainty
Ought to 1) advisability
2) 90% certainty monetary policy ought to obviosly affect the market price
Had better 1) advisability with threat of bad result goverment had better to reduce spending if the state will not increase the debt
be supposed to 1) expextation goverment is supposed to reduce the budget
be to 1) strong expectation goverment is to supposed tonreduce the budget
must 1) strong necessity quality must be in accordance with the rates specified
2) prohibition ( negative )
3) 95% certainty
have to 1) necessity
2) lack of necessity ( negative )
have got to 1) necessity
will 1) 100 % certainty
2) willingness The goverment will raise BBM next month
3) polite request
be going to 1) 100% certainty
2) definite plan
can 1) ability / possibility Significant asset price increases, however, can also occur
2) informal permission can the market price is determined by the society
3) informal polite request methodologies that can be used to estimate a Taylor rule.
4) impossibility ( negative only )
could 1) past ability
2) polite request
3) suggestion probably in combination with rapid financial market innovation, would in retrospect, seem to have been among the factors behind the run-up in asset prices.
4) less than 50%  certainty
5) impossibility ( negative only )
be able to 1) ability people are able to buy BBM even though high price
would 1) Polite request
2) preference Taylor rules would have prescribed tended to coincide with increases in asset prices,
3) repeated action in the past
used to 1) repeated action in the past
shall 1) Polite question to make a suggestion quality shall be in accordance with the rates
2) future with “I” or “we” as subject

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