Banking and Financial Institutions Law in a Nutshell, 7th by William Lovett

By William Lovett

Authoritative insurance offers a beginning for knowing fresh advancements in banking and fiscal associations. textual content covers topics resembling elevated festival, deregulation, financial institution and thrift disasters, large-scale bailout, and restructuring efforts. Unresolved demanding situations comprise finances stimulus, deficits, and renewed supervision via regulators.

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This left a scarce supply of specie in the colonies, featuring a considerable residue of worn and clipped dollars. For this reason, the colonists constantly sought additional forms of money to serve their needs. Leading commodities in each section were employed early as a medium of exchange, including furs, corn, livestock, tobacco, rice, and even Indian wampum (sea shells). These were supplemented later by merchant bank notes and periodic note issues from colonial legislatures. When such paper was used with reasonable restraint, and not as a substitute for taxes to pay current expenses, results were satisfactory.

S. Dept. S. S. Dept. of Commerce, 1975; Annual Statistical Report 1981, Federal Reserve Board (domestic banking only). , 1987 (domestic banking only); Annual Reports 1991 and 1995, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, 1992, 1996, and 2008. Federal Reserve data, 2000, 2003, 2008. * Bank Capital NOTE. , for bank capital, assets, deposits and bank note circulation. 34 MONEY AND BANKING 1. Ch. 2 FINANCIAL BEGINNINGS AND THE BANKS OF THE UNITED STATES The British colonies in North America suffered a shortage of specie.

This "system" had serious weaknesses. Specie circulation tended to be constricted. State banknote issue was unreliable (except in those states which enforced tougher reserve requirements, specie redemption, and regular examination). But the country enjoyed reasonably good fortune. New lands were rapidly opening up, production was expanding, immigrants and foreign capital kept flowing, railroads proliferated, and the California gold boom added specie resources. Federal funding requirements were generally modest, and the Mexican War (184 7-48) was successfully brief, so that it could be conveniently financed-only $65 million-with short-term federal notes (later refinanced into long-term federal bonds).

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