money multiplier

Money multiplier

Under the fractional reserve banking system, a unit of cash injected into the system by a central bank increases as it propagates through the banking system. Thus an increase in the monetary base has a magnified effect on the money supply and the multiplicative effect is represented by the money multiplier.

money multiplier

see BANK DEPOSIT CREATION.
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Brown will try to repeat his 2017 Million victory when he sends out Almanaar, Money Multiplier and Robert Bruce.
The last part of the article is concerned with the money multiplier, which is given by the ratio of some broad definition of money (such as M1, that is, the sum of currency in circulation, checking accounts, demand deposits, and negotiable order of withdrawal [NOW] accounts) to the monetary base (that is, the sum of currency in circulation and reserves).
Fort Moville (Faleh Bughanaim) and Money Multiplier (Frankie Dettori) paced up the race.
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'It makes nonsense of the money multiplier and the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), instruments for managing money in circulation, volume of credit and inflation.
By the way, they also need to have a constant or predictable money multiplier (m), i.e., the ratio of the broad money supply (M) to high-powered money (H), which is mostly bank reserves under their control.
Assume India needs about Rs 10 lakh crore of currency in circulation, using a money multiplier effect of 4X.
Taking on debt, which results in less disposable income and less spending, means that the economy's money multiplier - the rate at which it changes hands - will not go high enough for the economy to heat up inflation.
The exogenous theories that dominate textbooks on economics assume that a central banks regulates the money supply through the money multiplier. In contrast, the endogenous view acknowledges the power of the central bank to set the price of money but not its supply.
The [Confederation of British Industry] has calculated that every 1 [pounds sterling] of such expenditure would increase GDP by 2.80 [pounds sterling] through the money multiplier. The Bank of England's QE programme of 375bn [pounds sterling] was a wasted opportunity."