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All the money available in the United States is called the?

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The total amount of money available in an economy (such as the U.S.) at a particular point in time is called the money supply (or money stock).

There are several ways to define "money," but the standard measures usually include currency in circulation (quantity of bills, coins, loans, credit and other liquid instruments in a country's economy such as demand deposits (depositors' easily-accessed assets on the books of financial institutions).

whats left to trickle down after most of it is stashed in Swiss bank accounts


Money supply

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