Essay on Monetary Policy

Fed Records Show Dozens of Cybersecurity Breaches

The U. S. Federal Reserve detected more than 50 cyber breaches between 2011 and 2015, with several incidents described internally as "espionage," according to Fed records.The central bank's staff suspected hackers or spies in many of the incidents, the records show. The Fed's computer systems play a critical role in global banking and hold confidential […]

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Pros ; Cons of Commodity Back Currency

** ** Long-term price stability has been described as the great virtue of the commodity back standard. Under the commodity back standard, high levels of inflation are rare, and hyperinflation is nearly impossible as the money supply can only grow at the rate that the commodity supply increases. * Economy-wide price increases caused by ever-increasing […]

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Reviewing RBI’s monetary policy framework

Of late, Mr. Deepak Mohanty, RBI’s ED has been giving some excellent speeches. The speeches are basic and tell you a lot about economic issues in India. His recent speech looks at RBI’s monetary framework. He even reviews performance of Indian economy in each of the frameworks. See my previous blogpost on RBI’s monetary framework […]

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Repo Rate – College

Banking Terms 1. What is a Repo Rate? A: Repo rate is the rate at which our banks borrow rupees from RBI. Whenever the banks have any shortage of funds they can borrow it from RBI. A reduction in the repo rate will help banks to get money at a cheaper rate. When the repo […]

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You decide

I would first go to my manager and try explaining to him the situation. I would hope since I’ve been working there for 10 years that what said would be taken seriously. If I notice a few days have gone by and nothing was done, I would go one step above the manager and go […]

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Literature Reviewconclusion

Literature Review understanding ICP has always been an area of interest in theoretical as well as empirical economics research around the world . There are several factors that effect the prices of goods that are included as a part of the ‘ basket of goods’ that Is used to determine the ICP. These goods mainly […]

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Aggregate Demand and Supply 3

To analyze an economy, certain statistics can be used to predict the economy’s future. This is important because it helps prepare people for prosperity or hard times. Certain indicators can be used to determine the future of aggregate demand and others can be used to determine aggregate supply. Using eight aggregate demand indicators and four […]

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Myanmar Central Bank Monetary Policy

It can say that the new beginning of the banking sector in Myanmar is started on November 25, 2011. Before this time, Private Banks don’t have any license for foreign currency exchange services. Central Bank is the sole bank who can control the foreign currency exchange, and foreign exchange rate against US dollar was traditionally […]

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Monetary Policy and Its Effect on Macroeconomic Factors

The extremely large number of money exchanges that occurs each day all over the world form a highly complex web that is very resistant to analysis. However, it must be understood that the basis rules of money creation that govern these exchanges are readily understood and very simple. How money works is a little complex, […]

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Credit crunch

Any large business house, consumer expenditures or governmental schemes may borrow public money in the form of selling shares.  It is the function of large financial institutions, such as banks, to issue or generate credit transactions. A smooth inflow of credit between the borrower and the lender is what establishes ideal market conditions. A credit […]

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Impact of Monetary Policy on Companies Profitability and Its Valuation

Meaning of monetary policy Monetary policy is the management of money supply and interest rates by central banks to influence prices and employment. Monetarypolicy works through expansion or contraction of investment and consumption expenditure. Monetary policy is the process by which the government, central bank (RBI in India), or monetary authority of a country controls […]

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Recent Direction of Monetary Policy

The Federal Reserve’s recent monetary policy is towards keeping the overall economy on an adjustment path where growth is moderate and sustainable. As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke mentioned in his Testimony Before the Committee on Financial Services, U. S. House of Representatives on July 18, 2007: “At each of its four meetings so far […]

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Financial Liberalization: The Turkish Experience

The slow but continuing reform has been successful in bringing about a relatively high rate of growth to the Turkish economy. The developments of the last two decades show that the Turkish economy achieved a notable improvement after the implementation of the structural liberalization and adjustment program starting in 1980s. The main purpose of this […]

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Review of Current Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy of Nepal

The bank has been formulating and publicly announcing monetary policy on an annual basis since 2002/03 with the major objectives of maintaining price stability and external as well as financial sector stability and to create a favorable environment for high and sustainable economic growth as directed by NRB Act, 2002. Narrowing down of current account […]

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Policymakers Should Not Try to Stabilize the Economy

The development of macroeconomic theory has shown policymakers how to reduce the severity of economic fluctuations. By “leaning against the wind” of economic change, monetary and fiscal policy can stabilize aggregate demand and, thereby, production and employment. Although monetary and fiscal policy can be used to stabilize the economy in theory, there are substantial obstacles […]

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Complexities of the US Financial System

The US financial markets impact the economy, businesses, and individuals in a variety of ways, one of which is providing a way for businesses to raise capital by issuing securities. The capital markets enable new companies to raise funds to grow. Typically, banks would not lend in these situations because of the lack of sufficient […]

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Documentary Analysis: Zeitgeist Addendum

This film revolves around the state of the world that is corruption. The main reason or cause of this corruption is the monetary system. Our society, work, and power rely on one thing and that is money. This film/documentary also offers a solution, which is a system that is resource-based and not money-based. “This solution […]

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