money supply

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money supply:

see moneymoney,
term that 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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She also admitted to using a debit card belonging to a woman, now aged 51, and stealing a quantity of money from an ATM machine at the same location between November 6, 2017 and February 10 last year.
The vast amount of quantitative easing (essentially printing money) that has taken place also demonstrates that the quantity of money is also in control of British authorities.
They threatened staff, leaving them traumatised, and made off from the 3am raid with a "large quantity of money".
Police say a large quantity of money, in sterling and euros, was stolen as well as some scratch cards and cigarettes.
He expects the quantity of money donated to be made public soon.
A spokesman for the force said: "A man has broken in through the back door and has taken a large quantity of money from the till.
On this occasion he entered an insecure motor vehicle and stole a mobile phone, a quantity of money, keys, a sat nav and two bags.
He was then coerced into withdrawing a large quantity of money in Euros -- believed to be worth thousands of pounds -- and handing it over to a courier for 'safekeeping'.
She said: "My mum who is 87 had a quantity of money stolen from her by three evil men who told her a pack of lies about her roof needing work.
A more rapid increase in the quantity of money relative to the output results in inflation.
While she was talking to the woman, a man stole a large quantity of money from the pensioner's handbag.
Constable Allen from the PSNI's Strandtown station said: "It appears that while this male was at the door, the 'NIE' male took a quantity of money from the house."