An Analysis of China's Money Supply and Its Changes in 2008-2010

Financial Statistical Journal

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Title An Analysis of China's Money Supply and Its Changes in 2008-2010
 
Creator Wang, Zhaoxin
Tang, Tingting
Xia, Xuebin
Yan, Xiaohong
 
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Description China divides the money supply into three levels: cash in circulation M0, cash that flows outside the banking system; the second is the narrow money supply M1, that is, M0 plus the deposit of enterprises and institutions; Money supply M2, that is, M1 plus enterprises and institutions of time deposits, household savings deposits and other deposits. In September 2008, China's monetary policy moderates easing in response to the serious impact of the international financial crisis. At the beginning of 2009, the State Council put forward an annual growth of about 17% M2, more than 5 trillion yuan of new loans, relative to the expected 8% GDP growth rate and 4% of the CPI index is still a moderately easy monetary policy. China's monetary policy this shift is correct, strong with the government's active fiscal policy, the role of economic stabilization and recovery is more obvious.
 
Publisher EnPress Publisher LLC
 
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Date 2018-02-07
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://systems.enpress-publisher.com/index.php/FSJ/article/view/354
10.24294/fsj.v1i1.354
 
Source Financial Statistical Journal; Vol 1, No 1 (Published)
2578-1960
10.24294/fsj.v1i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://systems.enpress-publisher.com/index.php/FSJ/article/view/354/177
 
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