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Financial Sector. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xg0Frqvh3T0&list=PLD7C33AB80B405B9A&index=1. I. Roles of Money Medium of exchange – an asset that individuals use to trade for goods and services Store of Value - a way of holding purchasing power over time

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How Banks Create Money

How Banks Create Money

How Banks Create Money. Chapter 14. Chapter 14 Table 14.1. Chapter 14 Figure 14.1. How checks clear. Chapter 14 Table 14.2. Bank Lending and Deposit Expansion. The Money Multiplier Formula. Initial Deposit, increases both required and excess reserves = D 0 = D 0 (R) + D 0 (1- R)

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Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. Determinants of the Money Supply: The Money Multiplier . Introduction.

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Example of Expansion of Banking System with Excess Reserves Assumption: Desired reserve ratio is 10%

Example of Expansion of Banking System with Excess Reserves Assumption: Desired reserve ratio is 10%

Example of Expansion of Banking System with Excess Reserves Assumption: Desired reserve ratio is 10%. Illustration of simplified balance sheets of CB & commercial banking system.

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Chapter 4. Money .

Chapter 4. Money .

Chapter 4. Money . Parts of Chapter 4 in the previous edition are now in Chapter 5 of the eighth edition Homework p. 100, # 2 , 4 Link to syllabus. Table 4-1 p. 86. The Measures of Money. The Federal Reserve System. Other Text. OMC Meeting (early 2012?). Open Market Committee Seating.

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Magic Trick

Magic Trick

Magic Trick. Would you believe me if I told you I can take these $10 and turn them into over $34 without: Printing any new money Receiving any new money. Basics of Banking. Deposits. Ex: Check/savings deposit, Certificate of Deposit (CD), etc

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R. GLENN HUBBARD ANTHONY PATRICK O’BRIEN

R. GLENN HUBBARD ANTHONY PATRICK O’BRIEN

R. GLENN HUBBARD ANTHONY PATRICK O’BRIEN. Money, Banking, and the Financial System. The Economics of Banking. 10. C H A P T E R. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. After studying this chapter, you should be able to:. Understand bank balance sheets. 10.1.

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Money and the Banking System

Money and the Banking System

Money and the Banking System. Chapter objectives. Money supply how the banking system “creates” money three ways the Fed can control the money supply Theories of money demand a portfolio theory a transactions theory: the Baumol -Tobin model. A few preliminaries.

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Eggertsson Commodity Prices and the Mistake of 1937

Eggertsson Commodity Prices and the Mistake of 1937

Eggertsson Commodity Prices and the Mistake of 1937. Vaughan / Economics 639 / Fall 2012. Mistake of 1937 . Decision by Fed to double reserve requirements in three stages from August 1936 to May 1937. Rationale:

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Banks and the Creation of Money

Banks and the Creation of Money

Banks and the Creation of Money. Financial Intermediary: Go between borrowers and lenders. Take deposits and give out loans. But can banks create money??? People deposit $$$ into banks. Reserve Ratio: the % of deposits held in reserve

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Cochise College CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Cochise College CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Cochise College CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH. Sierra Vista Economic Outlook 2011. Gross Domestic Product. Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate. Inflation (CPI). Compared to same month previous year. National Outlook. Inflation/high oil will weigh on consumer confidence—may slow growth

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Money and Banks

Money and Banks

Money and Banks. Money Supply. The Money What is money? What form can money take? Why is money worth something? What happens to the value of the money over time?. The money Medium of exchange Barter may work but Have to find the right partner Have to have the double coincidence of wants

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The Monetary System

The Monetary System

29. The Monetary System. E conomics. P R I N C I P L E S O F. N. Gregory Mankiw. Premium PowerPoint Slides by Ron Cronovich. In this chapter, look for the answers to these questions:. What assets are considered “money”? What are the functions of money? The types of money?

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MACROECONOMICS

MACROECONOMICS

MACROECONOMICS. 2011 FRQ. Norman. 2011 Macroeconomics FRQ. Assume that the U.S. economy is currently in a recession in a short-run equilibrium.

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Chapter Preview

Chapter Preview

Chapter Preview. Banks play an important role in channeling funds (about $6 trillion annually) to finance productive investment opportunities. They provide loans to businesses, finance college educations, and allow us to purchase homes with mortgages. Chapter Preview.

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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. The Banking Firm and the Management of Financial Institutions. Commercial banks are the most important financial intermediaries in the economy, so it is important to understand how they operate, and understand bank management. THE BANK BALANCE SHEET

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Central banks in chaotic times

Central banks in chaotic times

Central banks in chaotic times. Implications of the financial crisis for central bank procedures and our understanding of monetary theory. Motivation. The financial crisis has forced central bankers to modify their procedures.

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Money, Banking, and Interest Rates

Money, Banking, and Interest Rates

25. Money, Banking, and Interest Rates. CHAPTER. Objectives. After studying this chapter, you will able to Define money and describe its functions Describe the banking system and explain the economic functions of banks, the Bank of Canada, and the payments system

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More Money!!

More Money!!

More Money!!. Money that is available (money supply) affects Output. 1. GDP = C + Ig + G + Xn. 2. Increased spending increases output. 3. Increased money supply increases spending. =. *. *. Q Output. V elocity. M oney. P rice. The Equation of Exchange. Q. P. M. V. Q. M. V.

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The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet

The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet

The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet. Warren B. Hrung Monetary Projections Staff January 13, 2010. The views in this presentation are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System. Monetary Projections Staff.

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