Chapter 30 Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve

Chapter 30 Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve

Author: Matthew Lonn

Students will examine the different types and uses of Money.

Students will be able to measure the money supply using a bank T-chart to understand the effect that deposits and loans will have on a banks assets, liabilities and the money supply.

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Questions you should be able to answer after the lesson.

1. What are the different types of money?

2. What purposes does money serve?

3. What is the formula for the money multiplier?

4. What are the different measures that the Federal Reserve uses to increase or decrease the money supply?

5. What is a bank T-chart and how do I read it?


Chapter 30 Notes

The Money Multiplier

Practice calculating money multiplier

The Federal Reserve