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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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Driving the overall money supply growth in the GCC has been the expansion in credit, which increased for the GCC region by 7.
The biggest threat to the economy comes from near-zero growth in the money supply.
Under rational expectations, the price expectations are determined within the model in the light of past and present developments of the money supply.
Bottom line, Beck's "monetary base" hockey stick chart reveals a huge (over $800 billion) and rapid buildup of our nation's money supply during the closing months of 2008, which threatens us with future rapid losses in the buying power of the dollar.
The money supply typically rises before the holidays in December before subsiding again in March.
Now trillions can certainly affect the US money supply and this is the biggest reason why the money supply isn't growing past the level of inflation.
Meanwhile, the average balance of M2 plus certificates of deposit -- the most widely monitored money supply index -- rose 1.
As an economist, Friedman is best known as the apostle of "monetarism": the idea that changes in the money supply are the prime causes of inflation and the business cycle.
The quarterly data on aggregate real output or real GDP (Y), real government expenditures (G), real money supply by broad definition (M2) during 1993 to 2006 are retrieved from the International Monetary Fund's International Financial Statistics and Thailand National Economic and Social Development Board.
Therefore, the price level is determined by the money supply via the operation of real balance effect [Allsopp and Vines (2000)].
A ''stable'' money supply is necessary for a ''healthy, sustainable'' economy and ''high-speed development,'' Zhou Xiaochuan, the central bank governor, told a press conference Thursday.
This is because, with all players minimizing debt in order to repair their balance sheets and no one borrowing money, money supply cannot be increased since the liquidity provided by the central bank cannot leave the banking system.