The Mystery of Banking
50 Factors that Affect the Value of the US Dollar
U.S. Response to the 1914 Crisis
Suspension of the International Gold Standard
Federal Reserve Sterilization of Gold Flows
Britain's No Return to Parity
Abandonment of the Gold Standard by Britain
The New Monetary Regime
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* M0: The total of all physical currency, plus accounts at the central bank that can be exchanged for physical currency.
* M1: The total of all physical currency part of bank reserves + the amount in demand accounts ("checking" or "current" accounts).
* M2: M1 + most savings accounts, money market accounts, retail money market mutual funds,and small denomination time deposits (certificates of deposit of under $100,000).
* M3: M2 + all other CDs (large time deposits, institutional money market mutual fund balances), deposits of eurodollars and repurchase agreements.
The government is printing money 24/7 to paper over the bad debts of the housing crisis and Wall Street bailouts. We're about to enter a cycle of hyper-inflation that will devalue every dollar you own...
Would you believe something as mundane as a rainstorm in New England can affect the value of the Dollar? It’s true. The US Dollar is subject to numerous influences, from politics to Walmart, and everything in between. The following list contains 50 factors that affect the value of the US dollar, both big and small.
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