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business essentials 7 th edition ebert griffin
Money and Banking

Business Essentials, 7th EditionEbert/Griffin

Instructor Lecture PowerPoints

PowerPoint Presentation prepared by

Carol Vollmer Pope Alverno College

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l e a r n i n g o b j e c t i v e s
L E A R N I N G O B J E C T I V E S

After reading this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Define money and identify the different forms that it takes in the nation’s money supply.
  • Describe the different kinds of financial institutions that comprise the U.S. financial system and explain the services they offer.
  • Explain how financial institutions create money and describe the means by which they are regulated.
  • Discuss the functions of the Federal Reserve System and describe the tools that it uses to control the money supply.

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l e a r n i n g o b j e c t i v e s cont d
L E A R N I N G O B J E C T I V E S (cont’d)

After reading this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Identify three important ways in which the money and banking system is changing.
  • Discuss some of the institutions and activities in international banking and finance.

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what s in it for me
What’s in It for Me?

By understanding this chapter’s discussion of money and banking, you’ll benefit in the following way:

  • The chapter explains what money is, where it comes from, how the supply of money grows, how it is created and controlled, and the kinds of services available to money users from the financial services industry.

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the characteristics of money
The Characteristics of Money
  • Money must have:
    • Portability
    • Divisibility
    • Durability
    • Stability

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the functions of money
The Functions of Money

Medium of Exchange

Store of Value

Measure of Worth

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the money supply
The Money Supply
  • M1: Spendable Money Supply
    • Currency (paper money and coins)
    • Checks
    • Checking accounts—demand deposits in banks
  • M2: M1 + Convertible Money Supply
    • Time deposits
    • Money market mutual funds
    • Savings accounts

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figure 15 1 money supply growth
FIGURE 15.1 Money Supply Growth

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the u s financial system
The U.S. Financial System
  • Financial Institutions
    • Commercial Banks
      • Companies that accept deposits that they use to make loans, earn profits, pay interest to depositors, and pay dividends to owners
    • Savings and Loan Associations (S&Ls)
      • Accept deposits, make loans, and are owned by investors
    • Mutual Savings Banks
      • All depositors are owners of the bank, so all profits are divided proportionately among depositors via dividends
    • Credit Unions
      • A nonprofit, cooperative financial institution owned and run by its members; promotes thrift

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the u s financial system cont d
The U.S. Financial System (cont’d)
  • Non-Deposit Institutions
    • Unlike commercial banks, inflowing funds are intended for purposes other than earning interest for depositors
      • Pension funds
      • Insurance companies
      • Finance companies
      • Securities investment dealers

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figure 15 2 the prime rate
FIGURE 15.2 The Prime Rate

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special financial services
Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

Trust Services

International Services

Currency exchange

Letters of credit

Banker’s acceptance

Financial Advice and Brokerage Services

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)

Special Financial Services

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figure 15 3 global dispersion of atms
FIGURE 15.3 Global Dispersion of ATMs

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figure 15 4 how banks create money
FIGURE 15.4 How Banks Create Money

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regulation of the banking system
Regulation of the Banking System
  • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
    • Preserves confidence in the financial system by supervising banks and insuring deposits in banks and thrift institutions
    • Commercial banks pay fees for membership in the FDIC
    • The FDIC guarantees the safety of all deposits of every account owner up to the current maximum of $250,000
    • The FDIC maintains the right to examine the activities and accounts of all member banks

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the federal reserve system
The Federal Reserve System
  • The Fed: The Nation’s Central Bank
    • Structure
      • Board of governors
      • Reserve banks
      • Open market committee
      • Member banks
      • Other depository institutions

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the federal reserve system cont d
The Federal Reserve System (cont’d)
  • Functions
    • Banking for the government
    • Banking for banks
    • Controlling the money supply
    • Controlling inflation

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controlling the money supply
Controlling the Money Supply
  • Monetary Policy
    • The Fed manages the nation’s economic growth by managing money supply and interest rates
  • Tools of the Fed
    • Reserve requirements
    • Discount rate controls
    • Open market operations
    • Selective credit controls

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the changing money and banking system
The Changing Money and Banking System
  • Anti-Terrorism Regulations
    • Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
    • U.S. Patriot Act
      • Customer Identification Program (CIP)

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the impact of electronic technologies
The Impact of Electronic Technologies
  • Check 21
    • Allows banks to present a substitute check for payment instead of the original check
  • Blink Credit Cards
    • A “contactless” payment system
  • Debit Cards
    • Allow the transfer of money between accounts
    • Used with point-of-sale (POS) terminals

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the impact of electronic technologies cont d
The Impact of Electronic Technologies (cont’d)
  • Smart Cards
    • Credit-card-size plastic cards with an embedded computer chip that can be programmed with “electronic money”
  • E-Cash
    • Money that moves via digital transmissions on the Internet, outside the established network of banks, checks, and paper currency overseen by the Fed

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international banking and finance
International Banking and Finance
  • World Bank
    • Provides a limited scope of financial services
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    • Promotes the stability of exchange rates
    • Provides temporary, short-term loans to member countries
    • Encourages members to cooperate on international monetary issues
    • Encourages development of a system for international payments

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key terms
automated teller machine (ATM)

banker’s acceptance

check

checking account (demand deposit)

commercial bank

credit union

currency (cash)

debit card

discount rate

e-cash

electronic funds transfer (EFT)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

Federal Reserve System (the Fed)

finance company

float

individual retirement account (IRA)

insurance company

International Monetary Fund (IMF)

letter of credit

M1

M2

M3

monetary policy

Key Terms

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key terms cont d
money

money market mutual fund

mutual savings bank

open-market operations

pension fund

point-of-sale (POS) terminal

prime rate

reserve requirement

revenue recognition

revenues

Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (Sarbox)

savings and loan association (S&L)

securities investment dealer (broker)

selective credit controls

Key Terms (cont’d)

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key terms cont d1
short-term solvency ratio

smart card

solvency ratio

statement of cash flows

tax services

time deposit

trust services

World Bank

Key Terms (cont’d)

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