What gives a dollar bill its value? – Doug Levinson financial bill

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ดูบทเรียนฉบับเต็ม: มูลค่าของเงินกำหนดโดยปริมาณเงินหมุนเวียน (หรือน้อย) แต่ใครเป็นคนตัดสินใจ และการเลือกของพวกเขาส่งผลต่อเศรษฐกิจโดยรวมอย่างไร Doug Levinson เดินทางไปที่ Federal Reserve ของสหรัฐอเมริกาเพื่อตรวจสอบว่าผู้คนที่ทำงานที่นั่นมีจุดมุ่งหมายเพื่อสร้างสมดุลให้กับค่าเงินดอลลาร์เพื่อป้องกันเงินเฟ้อหรือภาวะเงินฝืด บทเรียนโดย Doug Levinson แอนิเมชั่นโดย Qa’ed Mai .

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  1. "without letting inflation reach desruptive levels" how can inflation get out of control if the fed basically controls the amount of money printed? I mean, they do the calculations, they see that they need an X amount of money to keep the economy balanced and then they print only and only this X amount of money, and there is only this amount of money around

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  2. This is strange as this balance, of goods, demands, and available money, is a moving foundation. In the end, it's seems that the production of goods, must never stop, and that means all have to keep working and buying so the machine keeps moving. So what if the machine parts didn't know anything except the value of money didn't change, could the days just continue anyways while the system resets. Of course it's all global now so that adds more confusion 😕

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  3. Its actually pretty insane and sus that the federal reserve enforces a slight inflation property to currency. It incentivizes spending and completely takes away the choice for a consumer. A consumer has to be actively spending because their money continuously loses value as time goes on. Ingenious, sus, but i also understand why its necessary. Lesser of 2 other evils

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  4. Every nation has its own currency . For a country to be called a economic giant , it needs to offer something physical in return to bolster its currency . I think to simply say that a currency gains its credibilty because of its percieved value is foolish.

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  5. We have printed a 3rd of our money the money that's in circulation right now within the past year think about that and that inflation still is on it way slowly bubbling you can smell it and see it

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