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The Banks and the Monetary System in the UK, 1959-1971 - J.E. Wadsworth Wadsworth, J.E.
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[EAN: 9780415381086], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (544 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. The annua Monetary Surveys pubished in the Midand Bank Review have become an estabished and authoritative source of reference for a students of money and banking and reated topics, and for those concerned with genera economics and current affairs. This superb voume brings together reprints of these Surveys with a seection of specia artices pubished in the Review since the 1959 Radciffe Report on the working of the monetary system. In his introduction the editor discusses in outine Britain’s financia diemma. The period covered is an interesting and exciting one{emru}economic conditions in the UK were swinging from achievement in the eary 19605 to near caamity, and in the internationa monetary fied poicy moved from convertibiity for current transactions through tighter restrictions and devauation, to the experiments of 1971. The book is set out in four sections. The first section contains artices deaing mainy with officia activities in the management of government debt, of the money suppy, and of the banking system. In the second section are five artices describing and anaysing London’s money market operations, and examining the swift growth of non-bank financia intermediaries and the markets in which they are active, incuding the Eurodoar market. These are foowed by the annua Monetary Surveys for the years 1959 to 1971, which te the story of the strugge to preserve the parity of stering, the devauation of 1967, and the consequences for Britain’s position at home and abroad, they aso record deveopments in banking and the first effects of the new methods of credit contro. The fina section of appendices presents up-to-date statistics and charts and reevant documents iustrating the monetary and economic background of the period covered. This exceent text was first pubished in 1973. Acknowedgements page ix Introduction 1 section a banking and credit poicy since the radciffe report {ensp}1 The Radciffe Report and the Banks (November 1959) 19 {ensp}2 The Faiure of ‘Packages of Restrictions 31 Three credit squeezes (November 1965) 31 Devauation – for the record (February 1968) 46 {ensp}3 Debt Management and Credit Contro 53 Government debt poicy and the banking system (February 1958) 53 Managing the git-edged market – a temporary change of emphasis? (May 1969) 61 The git-edged market and credit contro (August 1971) 65 {ensp}4 The Suppy of Money 77 Bank deposits and currency (November 1957) 77 Money suppy, and the banks (February 1969) 82 Another ook at money suppy (November 1970) 93 {ensp}5 Reguating Banks and Credit 99 Banking reguation in Britain – by suasion not statute (November 1967) 99 Towards an effective iquidity ratio (May 1970) 110 Banking reguation and competition – a résumé with commentary of the new arrangements (November 1971) 118 Banking enters a new era (extracts from the Monetary Survey in the Review for May 1972) 130 section b ondon’s markets for money {ensp}6 Od and New Activities 141 The Treasury bi – the story of an economist’s invention (February 1961) 141 Long-term trends reversed (May 1966) 152 London’s new markets for money (August 1966) 159 {ensp}7 Further Deveopments in London’s Money Markets 173 Cearing banks and discount houses (August 1969) 173 Continued expansion in ‘compementary’ markets (November 1969) 183 section c the annua monetary surveys 1959–1971 {ensp}8 Stimuation and Expansion 203 1959 – Stimuation 203 1960 – Expansion: the best post-war year 219 {ensp}9 Years of Disappointment 235 1961 – Uncertainty and paradox 235 1962 – Infation: the ‘itte budget’ and the ‘pay pause’ 254 1963 – Awaiting improvement 272 10 Uneven Growth 291 1964 – Rapid expansion 291 1965 – Stering under attack 308 1966 – Further uncertainties and restraints 327 11 Stagnation and Devauation 345 1967 – Resoute restrictive measures 345 1968 – The worst post-war year: crisis and devauation 359 12 Achieving Externa Stabiity 377 19

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 544 Seiten, [GR: 17820 - HC/Wirtschaft/Allgemeines, Lexika, Geschichte], [SW: - Religion - Biblical Studies], Gebunden, Klappentext: The annual Monetary Surveys published in the Midland Bank Review have become an established and authoritative source of reference for all students of money and banking and related topics, and for those concerned with general economics and current affairs.This superb volume brings together reprints of these Surveys with a selection of special articles published in the Review since the 1959 Radcliffe Report on the working of the monetary system. In his introduction the editor discusses in outline Britains financial dilemma. The period covered is an interesting and exciting one{emru}economic conditions in the UK were swinging from achievement in the early 19605 to near calamity, and in the international monetary field policy moved from convertibility for current transactions through tighter restrictions and devaluation, to the experiments of 1971.The book is set out in four sections. The first section contains articles dealing mainly with official activities in the management of government debt, of the money supply, and of the banking system. In the second section are five articles describing and analysing Londons money market operations, and examining the swift growth of non-bank financial intermediaries and the markets in which they are active, including the Eurodollar market. These are followed by the annual Monetary Surveys for the years 1959 to 1971, which tell the story of the struggle to preserve the parity of sterling, the devaluation of 1967, and the consequences for Britains position at home and abroad; they also record developments in banking and the first effects of the new methods of credit control. The final section of appendices presents up-to-date statistics andcharts and relevant documents illustrating the monetary and economic background of the period covered. This excellent text was first published in 1973. The annual Monetary Surveys published in the Midland Bank Review have become an established and authoritative source of reference for all students of money and banking and related topics, and for those concerned with general economics and current affairs.This superb volume brings together reprints of these Surveys with a selection of special articles published in the Review since the 1959 Radcliffe Report on the working of the monetary system. In his introduction the editor discusses in outline Britains financial dilemma. The period covered is an interesting and exciting one{emru}economic conditions in the UK were swinging from achievement in the early 19605 to near calamity, and in the international monetary field policy moved from convertibility for current transactions through tighter restrictions and devaluation, to the experiments of 1971.The book is set out in four sections. The first section contains articles dealing mainly with official activities in the management of government debt, of the money supply, and of the banking system. In the second section are five articles describing and analysing Londons money market operations, and examining the swift growth of non-bank financial intermediaries and the markets in which they are active, including the Eurodollar market. These are followed by the annual Monetary Surveys for the years 1959 to 1971, which tell the story of the struggle to preserve the parity of sterling, the devaluation of 1967, and the consequences for Britains position at home and abroad; they also record developments in banking and the first effects of the new methods of credit control. The final section of appendices presents up-to-date statistics andcharts and relevant documents illustrating the monetary and economic background of the period covered. This excellent text was first published in 1973.

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The annual Monetary Surveys published in the Midland Bank Review have become an established and authoritative source of reference for all students of money and banking and related topics, and for those concerned with general economics and current affairs.This superb volume brings together reprints of these Surveys with a selection of special articles published in the Review since the 1959 Radcliffe Report on the working of the monetary system. In his introduction the editor discusses in outline Britains financial dilemma. The period covered is an interesting and exciting one{emru}economic conditions in the UK were swinging from achievement in the early 19605 to near calamity, and in the international monetary field policy moved from convertibility for current transactions through tighter restrictions and devaluation, to the experiments of 1971.The book is set out in four sections. The first section contains articles dealing mainly with official activities in the management of government debt, of the money supply, and of the banking system. In the second section are five articles describing and analysing Londons money market operations, and examining the swift growth of non-bank financial intermediaries and the markets in which they are active, including the Eurodollar market. These are followed by the annual Monetary Surveys for the years 1959 to 1971, which tell the story of the struggle to preserve the parity of sterling, the devaluation of 1967, and the consequences for Britains position at home and abroad; they also record developments in banking and the first effects of the new methods of credit control. The final section of appendices presents up-to-date statistics andcharts and relevant documents illustrating the monetary and economic background of the period covered. This excellent text was first published in 1973.

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