TeachMeFinance.com - explain Money Supply
money supply -- Private assets that can readily be used to make
transactions or are easily convertible into assets that can. The money
supply includes currency and demand deposits and may also include broader
categories of assets, such as other types of deposits and securities.
Money supply -- The amount of money (coins, paper currency, and checking accounts) that is in circulation in the economy.
Money Supply -- The amount of cash and bank deposits available in an economy.
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