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Cash Reserve Ratio  
  • The cash reserve ratio is the minimum amount a bank must hold as a proportion of its deposits. Increasing the ratio inhibits a bank's ability to lend cash, and therefore can be used as a policy tool to affect the level of monetary supply.
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Controlled Disintegration of the Economy  
  • Policy introduced by Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker 1978-1987
  • See full report
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Current Accounts Deficit  
  • A current account deficit is made up of the sum of the trade deficit (imports greater than exports), plus the payment of interest on the foreign debt.
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Durable Goods  
  • Large consumer goods, such as dishwashers, cars, stoves.
  • These require quite a bit of manufacturing
  • They are typically purchased through financing
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Hyperinflation  
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Market Basket  
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Mittelstand  
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National Bank  
  • Set up by Alexander Hamilton in the United States
  • Set up by Carlos Pelletrini in Argentina
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