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  • 21 quantity theory — noun Date: 1888 a theory in economics: changes in the price level tend to vary directly with the amount of money in circulation and the rate of its circulation …

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  • 22 Demand for money — The demand for money is the desired holding of financial assets in the form of money: that is, cash or bank deposits. It can refer to the demand for money narrowly defined as M1 (non interest bearing holdings), or for money in the broader sense… …

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  • 23 Nominal money — Nominal money, in economics, is the quantity of money measured in a particular currency and is directly proportional to the price level. This means, among other things, that if the price level rises by 10%, 10% more money than before is necessary …

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  • 24 big money — /bɪg ˈmʌni/ (say big munee) noun Colloquial 1. very rich people, viewed collectively: big money controls this town. 2. a great quantity of money: to pay big money for a luxury item …

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  • 25 amount of money — n. sum of money, quantity of money …

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  • 26 amount of money — noun a quantity of money (Freq. 1) he borrowed a large sum the amount he had in cash was insufficient • Syn: ↑sum, ↑sum of money, ↑amount • Hypernyms: ↑assets …

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  • 27 sum of money — noun a quantity of money (Freq. 1) he borrowed a large sum the amount he had in cash was insufficient • Syn: ↑sum, ↑amount, ↑amount of money • Hypernyms: ↑assets …

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  • 28 Velocity of money — Chart showing the log of US M2[1][2] money velocity (green), calculated by dividing nominal GDP by M2 stock, M1 plus time deposits. M2 velocity is not stable and correlates with the Employment Population ratio (blue), an indicator of economic… …

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  • 29 Neutrality of money — is the idea that a change in the stock of money affects only nominal variables in the economy such as prices, wages and exchange rates, with no effect on real (inflation adjusted) variables, like employment, real GDP, and real consumption.[1]… …

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  • 30 Representative money — refers to money that consists of token coins, other physical tokens such as certificates, and even non physical digital certificates (authenticated digital transactions) that can be reliably exchanged for a fixed quantity of a commodity such as… …

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  • 31 History of money — Numismatics Terminology Portal Currency …

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  • 32 Fiat money — Yuan dynasty banknotes were the earliest fiat money. Fiat money is money that has value only because of government regulation or law. The term derives from the Latin fiat, meaning let it be done , as such money is established by government decree …

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  • 33 Counterfeit money — See also: Coin counterfeiting and Slug (coin) Counterfeit money is currency that is produced without the legal sanction of the state or government to resemble some official form of currency closely enough that it may be confused for genuine… …

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  • 34 Maundy money — legally called the Queen s Maundy money [ [http://www.opsi.gov.uk/RevisedStatutes/Acts/ukpga/1971/cukpga 19710024 en 1 Coinage Act 1971 (c.24) ] ] is a welcoming British coinage given to deserving poor people in a religious ceremony performed, i …

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  • 35 All the Hype That Money Can Buy — Studio album by Five Iron Frenzy Released April 25, 2000 Recorded …

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  • 36 Paper money — Paper Pa per (p[=a] p[ e]r), n. [F. papier, fr. L. papyrus papyrus, from which the Egyptians made a kind of paper, Gr. pa pyros. Cf. {Papyrus}.] 1. A substance in the form of thin sheets or leaves intended to be written or printed on, or to be… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 37 value for money — (VfM). In a PPP, VfM means that the project agreement gives a net benefit to the awarding authority, defined in terms of cost, price, quality, quantity, or risk transfer, or a combination of these. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and …

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  • 38 inconvertible paper money — Paper money that cannot be converted into gold. Most paper money now falls into this category, although until 1931, in the UK, the Bank of England had an obligation to supply any holder of a bank note with the appropriate quantity of gold …

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  • 39 Head money — Head Head (h[e^]d), n. [OE. hed, heved, heaved, AS. he[ a]fod; akin to D. hoofd, OHG. houbit, G. haupt, Icel. h[ o]fu[eth], Sw. hufvud, Dan. hoved, Goth. haubi[thorn]. The word does not correspond regularly to L. caput head (cf. E. {Chief},… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 40 Inflation — This article is about a rise in the general price level. For the expansion of the early universe, see Inflation (cosmology). For other uses, see Inflation (disambiguation). Inflation rates around the world in 2007 …

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