Credit, cash, checks, and money market mutual funds.
Taxes and government spending.
How a central bank (or government body)manages the money supply to guide the economy and any economic growth
Using the tax revenue collected, the government spends its money on government programs to help stimulate the economy.
Open market operations, discount rate, and reserve requirements.
Laying out infrastructure
Member banks, QE4, M2, and printing money
Lizard men that are in disguise as Jewish Bankers
The Bilderberg Group aka the Illuminati
Barack Obama the Antchrist
Government securities such as bonds.
To give the president more credit so he or she can spend more.
To make the government accumulate more wealth.
To make the government more powerful.
To make the availability of credit increase in the market and to reduce interest rates, which will encourage businesses to invest more and consumers to spend more.
Stay the same
The banks are not affected by the discount rate.
The silver standard
The gold standard
Western countries have always used the fiat system.
The Keynesian School
The Neoclassical School
The British Classical School
The Austrian School
The Monetarist School
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
Kim Jong Un of Best KOREA!