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velocity of money

noun, Economics
1.
the frequency with which a single unit of currency or the total money supply turns over within the economy in a given year.
Also called velocity of circulation.
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  • It could have an impact on currency demand and the so-called velocity of money.
  • Lost in the main stream media discussions has been any mention of the velocity of money.
  • Your are basically talking about the multiplier effect and the velocity of money.
  • Gesell argued that a higher velocity of money helps combat deflation.
  • The corollary is that as interest rates rise, the velocity of money will increase sharply.
  • And if all your subsequent money coming in has to go to margin calls, then you've probably lowered the velocity of money.
  • However, all their theories are ineffective, because they have no control over the velocity of money circulation.
  • Today, technology and freedom have increased the velocity of money.
  • Print and all your debt service costs rise, don't print and the amount and velocity of money slows further and faster.
  • Government spending also prevents deflation by stemming the downward spiral in the velocity of money.

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