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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