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money supply:

see moneymoney,
term that actually refers to two concepts: the abstract unit of account in terms of which the value of goods, services, and obligations can be compared; and anything that is widely established as a means of payment.
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The agreement was sparked by a sharp increase in the rate of inflation in 1950 and early 1951 and the desire of Fed officials to halt the rise by limiting the growth of bank reserves and the money stock.
They observed first that the money stock tended to rise rather than fall through most business cycle contractions.
t-1] < y, then a reduction of the money stock, [[mu].
Furthermore, a policy intervention seeking to increase the money stock is assumed to run as follows:
Non-GAAP net income excludes noncash stock-based compensation and the related additional FICA expense incurred by CommVault when employees exercise in the money stock options or vest in restricted stock awards, which are discussed above, as well as applies a non-GAAP effective tax rate of 30% in fiscal 2009 and 28% in fiscal 2008.
As regards monetary policy, it would be relevant to analyze the relationship between the money stock (M1) Money stock (M1): component currency, notes, demand deposits (subject to no term, means of payment always available).
Her conclusion with regard to monetary policy is unambiguously strong: changes in the money stock were "crucial to the recovery" (768).
We examine the implications of choosing the nominal money stock as the policy instrument.
Equation (6) has been kept, however, because it determines the behaviour of the money stock that is necessary to support the policy reaction function (10).
Then, in 1937, the money stock and aggregate spending contracted anew in response to the Fed's perverse decision to raise bank reserve requirements while sterilizing gold inflows.
This is because elasticity of the money stock is usually considered necessary over seasonal cycles, while the countercyclical thrust of monetary policy is regarded as appropriate over business cycles.
And the economy would probably have expanded by hundreds of billions of dollars more if the Federal Reserve had not been forced to throttle the growth in the money stock in order to reverse the inflationary spiral of the 1960s and '70s.