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Financial terms in "Investing and Trading"

1. offshore investment

2. buy break

3. discounted after-tax cash flow

4. selling climax

5. multilateral trading facility (MTF)

6. Active fund management

7. Pot

8. market on open order

9. option disclosure document

10. Inverted yield curve

11. short sell

12. economic calendar

13. firm order

14. active market

15. Stockbroker

16. don't fight the tape

17. two-way trading

18. Rio trade

19. investor awareness

20. Foreign Futures Or Foreign Options Secured Amount

21. Majority shareholder

22. break price

23. placement fee

24. Fidelity Investments

25. ginzy trading

26. Across The Board

27. international trade

28. odd lotter

29. 200-day moving average

30. flat on a failure

31. Stuttgart stock exchange (STU)

32. buying on margin

33. on stream

34. National Securities Trading System (NSTS)

35. market indicator

36. Commodities Futures Exchange

37. investment analysis

38. Floor Trader (ft)

39. financial portal

40. Action Type

41. taping rule

42. Chicago Board Options Exchange

43. liquidation level

44. divisor

45. Matrix trading

46. National Stock Exchange (NSX)

47. buy quote

48. downside risk

49. skittish market

50. choppy market

51. A+/A1

52. dark trading

53. fairly valued

54. Speculative Limit

55. competitive bid

56. low volume pullback

57. industry bet

58. anticipation note

59. dead money

60. NAIC

61. credible signal

62. Resumption

63. Bondholder

64. near money

65. Security

66. Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSEC)

67. matador bond

68. time and sales

69. Membership Denial Action Type

70. minority ownership

71. Float

72. undistributed profit

73. securities fraud

74. riskless asset

75. Forex signal

76. covered bond

77. forward trading

78. Trade Practice Action Type

79. Forward Purchase Or Sale

80. Joint bond

81. after-market performance

82. Third Party Claim

83. Offset

84. European option

85. guilt-edged investment

86. quantitative trading

87. collar

88. Wilshire 5000 Equity Index

89. Chartered Financial Analyst

90. Large Traders

91. Copenhagen Stock Exchange (CSE)

92. Discretionary account

93. Gold Silver Ratio

94. ask size

95. growth at a reasonable price (GARP)

96. average option

97. trade bloc

98. Research

99. New European Exchange (NEWEX)

100. Settlement agent

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Money Supply

Categories: Economics,

The money supply is the total amount of liquid or near-liquid assets in the economy. The federal reserve, or the Fed, manages the money supply, trying to prevent either recession or serious inflation by changing the amount of money in circulation. The Fed increases the money supply by buying government bonds in the open market, and decreases the supply by selling these securities.In addition, the Fed can adjust the reserves that banks must maintain, and increase or decrease the rate at which banks can borrow money. This fluctuation in rates gets passed along to consumers and investors as changes in short-term interest rates.The money supply is grouped into four classes of assets, called money aggregates. The narrowest, called M1, includes currency and checking deposits. M2 includes M1, plus assets in money market accounts and small time deposits. M3, also called broad money, includes M2, plus assets in large time deposits, eurodollars, and institution-only money market funds. The biggest group, L, includes M3, plus assets such as private holdings of us savings bonds, short-term us treasury bills, and commercial paper.

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8. Self-supporting Bond
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