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Last reply by: Professor Jibin Park
Sat Apr 22, 2017 6:27 PM

Post by Xilin Yang on April 22 at 06:04:30 PM

In Money Creation Process: Why the money supply increases by $900 when Chase lends money to Zach? Doesn't Zach return the $900 she borrows? What does money supply mean in Money Creation Process?

Banking & Money Creation

  • Banks are financial intermediaries that use liquid assets to finance illiquid investments of borrowers
  • The Federal Reserve imposes restrictions on the amount of money banks can lend out through the Required Reserve Ratio, currently at 10%
  • The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insures deposits of up to $250,000 for customers
  • Banks “create” money by lending out money from its “reserves.”
  • The money multiplier formula is the Initial deposit X (1/RRR)
  • The Monetary Base = Currency in Circulation + Bank Reserves
  • The Money Supply = Currency in Circulation + Checkable Bank Deposits

Banking & Money Creation

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:12
  • What Do Banks Do? 1:09
    • What Are Banks
    • Restrictions
    • Federal Reserve
  • Assets and Liabilities of Park's Place Bank 2:39
  • The Problem of Bank Runs 6:36
    • Financial Trouble Rumors Lead to Depositors Withdrawing Funds
    • Panic
    • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
  • Bank Regulation 8:37
    • Deposit Insurance
    • Capital Requirement
    • Reserve Requirements
    • Discount Window
  • Money Creation Process 12:24
  • Money Multiplier Formula 15:20
    • Required Reserve Ratio
    • Example
  • Real World Money Multiplier 17:11
    • Some People Hold Onto Cash
    • Monetary Base
    • Money Supply
    • Money Multiplier
    • Normally It Is About 1.9
    • 2008: It Was About 0.8
    • Venn Diagram
  • Example 1 22:28
  • Example 2 23:57
  • Example 3 26:30
  • Example 4 29:05