, PhD, Assistant of the Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, Sumy State University, Sumy, Ukraine
, Senior Tax Controller, Lebanese Ministry of Finance AND university Instructor Instructor of Finance & Accounting, Lebanon
The purpose of the article is to conduct forecasting of demand, supply and equilibrium prices on the deposit market of Ukraine, which provides for a refinement of the criteria base for the selection of forecasting methods (taking into account world experience, the reporting system and the course of financial sector reform in Ukraine) and indicators for estimating the quality of the forecast taking into account the complexity of the sample and time lag. This has made it possible to study the peculiar features of the periods of functioning of the deposit market of Ukraine in equilibrium and formalize the functional dependencies for forecasting demand, supply and equilibrium interest rates in this market, taking into account the detected time lags.
Keywords: deposits, deposit market, demand, supply, equilibrium price.
JEL Classification: E37.
Cite as: Didenko I., Hammadi H. (2017). Demand Forecast, Supply and Equilibrium Price on the Deposit Market: Methodology and Experience of Ukraine. Financial Markets, Institutions and Risks, 1(3), 34-43. DOI: 10.21272/fmir.1(3).34-43.2017
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