money supply — the money rotating in the economy (paper money, coins (coins), pandepositong check (checking deposit) tight money policy — the reduction of money supply to total complement of genes the excessive spending and uoang reduce the money supply-easy money policy — conducted when excessive frigid the economic consequence of the lack of money supply

For example it is the banks, cooperatives, insurance company, pawnshop, and the stock market

stock-holder — an individual with stocks in a trading house he had a part in the profit of home-goods grip (handles) — used by the Central Bank of the Philippines to create changes in the volume of money supply auction refers to the auction that nagpapataasan of the turingan in the price of for sale buyers As a student, how you will use properly your money (like an allowance) to help in the improvement of the economy.

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