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1. Annuitization Options

2. Aver

3. Annulment

4. alien insurer

5. airport revenue bond

6. American depositary share (ADS)

7. Adjustment For The Change In The Net Equity Of Households In Pension Fund Reserves

8. asset financing

9. allocated funding instrument

10. Abandoned Property

11. Asset pricing model

12. Active Corruption

13. adverse opinion

14. available

15. archipelago

16. Administration (of A Pension Fund)

17. Avi

18. Annuity Issuer

19. Aidc

20. Audit Sampling

21. annualised percentage rate

22. Artificial Intelligence (AI)

23. Acceleration Covenant

24. Accrued Expenses

25. AO

26. Audit committee

27. agency cross

28. Adjusted Beta

29. Amortization Schedule:

30. Autoregressive Model

31. Annuitize

32. assumed liability

33. Amplitude Adjustment, CLI

34. Advisory Committee On Fishery Management (ACFM)

35. ARR

36. application form

37. Annuity Investment Management Fee

38. acute toxicity

39. all or any part

40. Asset/liability management

41. Attribute Disclosure

42. Analysis Of Correction Rule Specifications

43. Arrearages

44. Arrest Warrant

45. Automated underwriting system

46. air filters

47. A-list

48. average hourly earnings

49. attachment order

50. Additional (Accesorial) Services -

51. Annual report

52. A-Note

53. Anchor Tenant

54. Account Party

55. annual statement

56. Auction Market Preferred Stock (AMPS)

57. Automated teller machine (ATM)

58. Authorisation (financial)

59. additional living expense (ALE) coverage

60. attract

61. attest function

62. average weighted maturity

63. A+/A1

64. ATM alliance

65. Agreement

66. apron

67. Accrued benefits

68. Agricultural Household

69. afford

70. arm's length market

71. actuarial equivalent

72. amortization of premium

73. American depositary receipt (ADR) fees

74. Agenda 21

75. ADR

76. alternative assets

77. Account Receivables

78. Atip

79. associated company

80. Arbitrator

81. Absolute Difference

82. Aggregates Of The System Of National Accounts

83. agreed amount clause

84. authorized nonadmitted reinsurer

85. AUT

86. Autoregression

87. Academy Leader

88. Active Strategy

89. Administrative

90. Alliance of American Insurers

91. aleatory contract

92. Asset Management (of A Pension Fund)

93. air chamber

94. Agency Note

95. annuitization phase

96. Asset stripper

97. at or better

98. A/C condenser

99. Adequacy of coverage

100. ATP

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Money Supply

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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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