Global Finance In 2015,AS PER REPORTS ON THE NET!

PLEASE VISIT -

http://silverstealers.net/tss.html
Gold price smashing and India's Gold Monetization Scheme have a connection.That is,scaring Indians, into selling their Gold into the said scheme!
It is reported that the central banks have sold their Gold at high prices,and they want buy them back at lower prices,after smashing the same.
The vested interest also,want the money to flow into equities,instead of Gold,so that the US Dollar could be strong.
Cashless Society,for confiscating the wealth of Indians via NIRP,is being planned.
NIRP will be ineffective with cash around.
Land,Silver,Gold,Cash and other tangibles are taboo,in a Cashless Society,which will be in force in India by 2018,as per reports.Cashless Society and the resultant,Electronic Transactions,will help the Hackers a lot,as an "entry point", is being provided to them,via the Electronic Transfer,which in "ordinary" Banking,is NOT available to the Hackers.
.......but by smart moves,in the changed and changing scenario,it is possible to increase one's wealth!

IMF And World Bank DICTATORSHIP Of India Under M M Singh

AS PER STIGLITZ,THE IMF AND THE WORLD BANK DEMAND THE FOLLOWING FROM NATIONS,RULED BY THEIR PUPPETS:-
1.PRIVATIZATION
2.LIBERALIZATION
3.MARKET-BASED PRICING
THIS IS HAPPENING IN INDIA.
PLEASE GOOGLE FOR:-IMF RIOTS

KEEPs In Touch With People

KEEPs In Touch With People
What A Sign!

Sunday, November 17, 2013

How the US Federal reserve control the Monetary Base

  How the US Federal Reserve controls the Monetary Base.
From the link above:-
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2013

Fed Economist Explains How the Fed Controls the Money Supply

Daniel L. Thornton, economist at the St. Louis Fed, does a great job of very succinctly explaining how the Fed controls the money supply---and even does a good job of explaining how banks placing funds back at the Fed as excess reserves counters Fed monetary base expansion. My bold:
The Fed controls the supply of money by increasing or decreasing the monetary base. The monetary base is related to the size of the Fed's balance sheet; specifically, it is currency in circulation plus the deposit balances that depository institutions hold with the Federal Reserve. The Fed has essentially complete control over the size of the monetary base.

The primary way the Fed controls the monetary base is through open market operations: buying or selling securities. To increase the monetary base, the Fed buys securities from any party and pays with a check. That check, written on the Fed, is deposited by a bank in its account with the Fed, thereby adding to its reserves and increasing the monetary base. The same process works for decreasing the monetary base: The Fed sells securities, getting a check from a bank in exchange. When the check is deposited, the bank's balance at the Fed decreases.

The total supply of money (M1) consists of currency held by the public and checkable deposit balances of banks and other depository institutions. The money supply and the monetary base are linked by reserves, i.e., vault cash and deposit balances held at Federal Reserve banks.While the Fed's control over the size of the monetary base is complete, its control over the money supply is not. One major reason for this is banks can choose to hold the additional base money (i.e., deposit balances with the Federal Reserve banks) supplied by the Fed as excess reserves."
                  

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