The distinction between instruments, intermediate objectives, indicators and final objectives of monetary policy is widely used in academic works as well as by monetary authorities. Among these different concepts, the notion of monetary indicator is the most difficult to handle since it refers in practice to two different concepts (see Dewald, 1967; Davis, 1990). The first one means that the indicator is a scale which is used to measure the orientation of the policy implemented by the authorities (Brunner and Meltzer, 1967; 1969). The second one implies that the indicator provides information on the expansionary or restrictive character of the monetary effects, taken broadly. In order to avoid any confusion, it is better to refer to the first one strictly speaking as a monetary policy indicator and to the second one as an indicator of monetary conditions.
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