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

By William Lovett

Authoritative assurance presents a starting place for realizing contemporary advancements in banking and fiscal associations. textual content covers matters similar to elevated pageant, deregulation, financial institution and thrift disasters, large-scale bailout, and restructuring efforts. Unresolved demanding situations comprise price range stimulus, deficits, and renewed supervision through regulators.

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For these reasons, the law of banking and financial institutions reflects considerable continuity, while these markets cope with new competition, technical innovation, and the financial strains resulting from uneven growth, monetary restraint, trade imbalances, and global markets. CHAPTER II MONEY AND BANKING A. MONEY, CENTRAL BANKING, AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Congress has the power, under the United States Constitution, to establish the currency, to regulate money and foreign exchange, to borrow funds, collect taxes and regulate commerce, and to carry on expenditure programs within the broad authority of the federal government.

ECONOMIC STRAINS AND ELECTRONIC FINANCE Two major themes dominate recent concerns about the regulation of banking and financial institutions. The first is anti-inflation and macro-economic policy, and the second involves the potential for restructuring financial markets through cost savings, service improvements, new roles resulting from electronic funds transfer, and changing boundaries between financial institutions. Inflation used to be associated mainly with wartime disruption, scarcities and related strains in finance.

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.

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