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date: 20 August 2019

money supply 

Source:
A Dictionary of Economics
Author(s):

Nigar Hashimzade,

Gareth Myles,

John Black

The amount of money in an economy. This may be the country’s own money, supplied by its banking system, or foreign money, used in preference to domestic money. There is no single accepted definition of what constitutes money: while notes and coin are ... ...

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