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government

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Central Bank Depository for a nations funds
Check Clearing method of crediting and debiting your account
Member bank Federal reserve system associate
Money supply amount of cash in circulation
Monetary policy program of the Federal Reserve Board designed to control the nations money supply and credit
easy-money policy expansions of the money supply by the Federal Reserve to increase aggregate demand promote economic growth
tight-money policy restriction of the money supply and the use of credit by the Federal Reserve to reduce the primary cause of demand pull inflation and stabilize prices
Reserve requirement percentage of money deposited in checking and savings accounts that must be held by banks either in th;air own vaults or at the district federal banks
discount rate interest that the federal reserve charges member banks for the use of its money
prime rate interest that a bank charges on loans to its business customers
open market operation buying and selling of government securities by the Federal Reserve
Moral suasion unofficial pressure that the federal reserve exerts on the banks system to channel its lending policies in the desirable direction
margin requirement percentage of cash required if an investor to the buy stocks, options, warrants and convertible bonds
panic of 1907 caused the collapse of banks and endangered the entire monetary system
Federal Reserve act an agreement passed by congress in 1913 which created a central bank now know as the Federal reserve system
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