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These notes cover chapter 17 from the book and powerpoint.
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Date Created: 03/20/16
CHAPTER 17 OF MACROECONOMICS Currency  The paper bills and coins that are used to buy goods and services. Medium of Exchange  What people trade for goods and services. Barter  Involves a trade of a good or service without a commonly accepted medium of exchange. Double Coincidence of Wants  Occurs when each party in an exchange transaction happens to have what the other party desires. Commodity Money  Involve the use of an actual place of money. Commodity Backed Money  Money that can be exchanged for a commodity at a fixed rate. Fiat Money  Has no value except as a medium of exchange. A Unit of Account  The measure in which prices are quoted. Store of Value  A means for holding well. Checkable Deposit  Deposit in bank accounts from which depositories may make withdrawals by writing checks. M1  The money supply measure that is essentially composed of currency in checkable deposits. M2  The money supply measure that includes everything in M1 plus savings deposits, money market mutual funds, and small denomination time deposits. Balance sheet  An accounting statement that summarizes a firms financial information. Assets  The items that a firm owns. Liabilities  The financial obligations a firm owes to others. Owners Equity  The difference between a firms assets and its liabilities. Reserves  The portion of bank deposits that are set aside and not lent out. Fractional Reserve Banking  Occurs when banks hold only a fraction of deposit on reserve. Bank Run  Occurs my many depositors attend to withdraw their funds at the same time. Required Reserve Ratio  The portion of deposits that banks are required to keep on reserve. Excess Reserves  Any reserves held in excess of those required. Moral Hazard  When a party that is protected from risk behaves differently from the way it would behave if it were fully exposed to the risk. Simple Money Multiplier  The rate at which banks multiply money when all currency is deposited into banks and they hold no excess reserves. Federal Funds  Deposits that private banks hold on reserve at the federal reserve. Federal Funds  The interest rate on loans between private banks. Discount Loans  Loans from the Federal Reserve to private banks. Discount Rate  The interest rate on discount loans made by the Federal Reserve to private banks. Open market operations  Involve the purchase or sale of bonds by the central bank. Quantitative easing  The targeted use of open market operations in which the central bank by securities specifically targeted in certain markets. MONEY SUPPLY= CURRENCY + DEPOSITS REQUIRED RESERVES = REQUIRED RESERVE RATIO X DEPOSITS EXCESS RESERVES = TOTAL RESERVES – REQUIRED RESERVES SIMPLE MONEY MULTIPLIER = 1 / REQUIRED RESERVE RATIO


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