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1 Chapter 11 Central Banking The Federal Reserve SystemThis template can be used as a starter file for presenting training materials in a group setting.SectionsRight-click on a slide to add sections. Sections can help to organize your slides or facilitate collaboration between multiple authors.NotesUse the Notes section for delivery notes or to provide additional details for the audience. View these notes in Presentation View during your presentation.Keep in mind the font size (important for accessibility, visibility, videotaping, and online production)Coordinated colorsPay particular attention to the graphs, charts, and text boxes.Consider that attendees will print in black and white or grayscale. Run a test print to make sure your colors work when printed in pure black and white and grayscale.Graphics, tables, and graphsKeep it simple: If possible, use consistent, non-distracting styles and colors.Label all graphs and tables.
2 Organization of the Federal Reserve System Proverbs 22:7 and Haggai 2:8 (Let’s get it straight as to whom owns what)Central Banking: refers to the government’s use of this bank to control and accommodate the nation’s finances through the banks various functions.The Federal Reserve System: “the Fed” is a governmental institution responsible for overseeing the issue of currency, regulating bank activity, and providing banking services to the nation’s commercial banks. It was created in 1913 (The Federal Reserve Bank Act).Federal Reserve District Banks: Congress divided the nation into “12“ districts and gave each its own central bank. Each one has an operations center that sorts millions of checks and supplies the currency and coins to commercial banks. Pg 213 Graphic MapGive a brief overview of the presentation. Describe the major focus of the presentation and why it is important.Introduce each of the major topics.To provide a road map for the audience, you can repeat this Overview slide throughout the presentation, highlighting the particular topic you will discuss next.
3 The Federal ReserveJ.P. Morgan: Formidable Financier. Pg 212 read and discussBoard of Governors: A 7 member team that guides the Federal Reserve System and acquire their seats through a selection and confirmation process. The maximum term for a member is 14 years, but the average term is 6 yrs.Reserve Requirement: American banks must keep a specified percentage of their deposits on hand.Other Functions (B.of Gov): supervising and regulating commercial banks, supervising the 12 District Fed Reserve banks, and administering financial consumer protection laws (i.e. equal credit opportunity and fair housing and lending).
4 Federal ReserveFederal Open Market Committee: affects the money supply by buying and selling governmental securities, such as Treasury bills, notes and bonds. This is the Fed’s most important tool in changing the quantity of money in the money supply. The FOMC has twelve members (7 from the Board of Gov).Independence of the Federal Reserve: 3 ways: A. the Fed is politically independent. B. Financially independent and C. Operationally independent.Checks on the Federal Reserve: 2 checks on power: 1. Congress may remove members “for cause” and 2. Congress can abolish the Fed by making a law doing just that.
5 Functions of the Federal Reserve System To provide for a uniform currencyTo regulate member banksTo clear checks and debit card transactionsTo act as the nation’s fiscal agentTo serve as the banker’s bankTo create money
6 Functions of the Federal Reserve System Elastic currency: a money supply that can expand as the economy growsHow checks are cleared: PgGlory without Gold pg 220Run on the Bank and Lender of Last Resort.
7 The Money Multiplier Effect and $$$ creation 11B Creating Money: the Money Multiplier Effect is the expansion of the money supply as a result of commercial banks’ lending their depositors money to others. The factor 1/rr is the money multiplier. Figure 11-1 pg 223The tools of money creation: 3 ways1. Changing the discount rate: Discounting: lending money to banks through lowering or raising the discount rate (the interest rate it charges on loans it grants to banks).2. Changing the reserve requirement: If the Fed wanted to increase the money supply they could lower the reserve requirement. For example, if the reserve requirement were lowered to 5 percent the money multiplier would rise to twenty.3. Using open market operations: an action whereby the Fed purchases or sells governmental securities in the open market to inject money into or withdraw money form the economy. 0
8 Money and the Economy 11CMonetary Policy: is the increasing or decreasing of the money supply to influence the economy.Tight monetary policy: using one or more of the policy tools to “REDUCE” the money supply. Tends to curb inflation but increases the risk of slower economic growth and unemployment.Loose monetary policy: using one or more of the policy tools to “INCREASE” the money supply. Encourages economic growth but makes inflation more likely.
9 The Money SupplyThe Money Supply and Prices: As a nation increases the production of goods and services the money supply must increase to the same extent. If the money supply grows more quickly it will require more dollars, thereby causing inflation. If the supply of money grows more slowly than goods/services then prices will decline (a recession may happen).The Money Supply and Interest Rates: the intersection of the demand and supply curves for money determines the price of money, or the interest rate: Figure 11-3 pg 226. If interest rates rise, normally people will borrow (demand) less money. If interest rates fall, there will be an increase in borrowing.The Fed Policy Tradeoff: Why doe the Fed not continually print more money to stimulate the economy? Because it would accelerate the economy too much and cause inflation (or a general rise in the price level): remember scarcity…
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