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Fin 122 Midterm 1b

Financial Institutions and Markets Ch. 2

Crowding-Out Effect A phrase pertaining to the government's willingness to pay more for borrowed funds than the private sector.
Demand For Loanable Funds A widely used phrase in financial markets pertaining to the borrowing activities of households, businesses, and governments.
Equilibrium Interest Rate The interest rate that equals the aggregate demand for loanable funds with the aggregate supply of loanable funds.
Fisher Effect The relationship between interest rates and expected inflation.
Interest-Inelasticity Insensitivity to interest rates.
Loanable Funds Theory A theory suggesting that the market interest rate is determined by the factors that control supply and demand for loanable funds.
Nominal Interest Rate The quoted rate of interest.
Real Interest Rate The difference between the nominal interest rate and the expected inflation rate.
Created by: CBough