18 targets for monetary policy

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Task 1.
The central bank has spent 2 billion issue. Rub. and established the reserve requirement to 10%. Identify how to change the money supply.
Task 2.
The central bank spent 1.5 billion issue. Rub. and established the reserve requirement to 15%. Identify how to change the money supply.
Task 3.
The Central Bank sells commercial banks government securities in the amount of 5 billion. Rub. The required reserves ratio is 10%. Identify how to change the money supply.
Task 4.
Central bank buys commercial banks government securities in the amount of 6 billion. Rub. The required reserves ratio is 20%. Identify how to change the money stock.
Task 5.
In the context of economic overheating the central bank raised the discount rate from 8% to 10% and suggested to take into account bills for 100 000 rubles. The required reserves ratio is 10%. Identify how to change the money supply.
Task 6.
In the context of "overheating" of the economy the central bank raised the discount rate from 9% to 12% and suggested to take into account bills in the amount of 150,000 rubles. The required reserves ratio is 12%. Determine how to change the money supply.
Task 7.
The table below shows the balance of the commercial bank.
Balance of commercial banks (million. Rubles)
Assets Liabilities
Cash 5 20 Equity
Reserves? Demand deposits 60
Loans 70 Time and savings deposits 70
Shares and bonds of private companies 15
Government securities?
Total Total
a) determine, on the basis of data in the table, what are the reserves of the bank, if the level of reserve requirements of 20%; What are the bank's investments in government securities;
b) assume, demand deposits increased by 10 million rubles., and time and savings deposits - 20 million rubles. As a result of the increase of deposits will change the amount and structure of the bank's assets, the balance of which is shown in the table?
c) using the data table, we introduce the following assumptions: the average interest rates on loans - 10%; income from shares and bonds of private companies - 1,8 million rubles .; income from government securities - 2,380,000 p .; bank expenses for salaries of staff, depreciation of equipment, electricity, etc. - 1,7 million rubles.
What must be equal to the interest rates on demand deposits and time deposits, to ensure profit 3,530,000 p.?
Task 8.
The rate of reserve requirement of 2.5%. Suppose the Central Bank decided to double the rate of reserve requirements. What might be the reaction of commercial banks on this decision? How to change the structure of the aggregate balance sheet of banks of 100 d.ed.?
Task 9.
The central bank issued loans to refinance 10 million. D.ed. Show the change in the balance sheets of the Central Bank and commercial banks at the rate of 20% reservation
Task 10.
The table shows the balance of the Central Bank. Let the reserve ratio - 20%.
The balance of the Central Bank (den. Units)
Assets Liabilities
Gold and foreign currency 20 190 Banknotes
Loans to commercial banks 10 10 Required reserves
Government bonds 90 10 Deposits of the government
State short-term liabilities 110 20 Deposits of commercial banks
Total 230 Total 230
Suppose the Central Bank has decided to implement the emission of bank notes in the amount of 20 den. u How will this affect the structure of assets and liabilities?
Suppose the Central Bank will sell part of its existing foreign currency reserves (4 den. U). How will this affect the structure of its assets and liabilities?
Task 11.
Calculate the money multiplier, if the deposit rate (liquidity preference), cr = 0,5 and the reserve ratio rr = 0,25.
Task 12.
Let the reserve ratio is 0.2, and the ratio of liquidity preference is 0.25.
a) Calculate the value of the money multiplier
b) even if the Central Bank decides to increase the money supply by 200 mln. rubles. via open mark

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Task 13.
Let the required reserves ratio is 0.25, and the funds in the bank accounts exceed the amount of cash in twice. In this case, the increase in the monetary base by 1 billion rubles. lead to an increase in the money supply? billion.
Task 14.
Let the rate of bank reserves rr is 0.12. The demand for cash is 0.3 times the amount of deposits. The total volume of reserves is 40 billion rubles.
a) determine the value of the money supply
b) if the central bank increases the rate of reserves to 0.2, how to change the money supply?
Task 15.
Assume that the central bank money supply estimates as too low, and decides to increase it with the open-market purchases of securities to $ 100 mln. Rubles. As this operation is reflected in the balance sheets of the Central Bank and commercial banks? Norma OR - 20%.
Would the answer be different if the Central Bank buys securities from the bank are not, as a private person?
Show the changes in balance sheet accounts, which will occur if the central bank will sell on the open market of government bonds worth 100 mln., And the buyer is a commercial bank.
Show the changes that will occur in the balance sheets when commercial banks borrow funds in the amount of 10 mln. Rubles. from the Central Bank.
Task 16.
Consider the balance sheet of the bank, (mln. Rub.)
Assets Liabilities and shareholders' equity
Provisions 220 950 Deposits
Loans, securities and other assets 780 50 Equity
Total 1.000 Total 1.000
Let the reserve requirement is 20%
a) what is the value of the excess reserves of the bank?
b) how to change the money supply, if the bank decides to use all of its excess reserves for the grant of loans?
Task 17.
The required reserves ratio is 0.2. The ratio of cash - deposits (c) equal to 0.3. The state budget deficit amounted to 140 billion. Rub. The government has decided to cover the deficit by issuing bonds. How can change the money supply, if the central bank will buy part of the issued bonds?
Target 18.
Explain how an increase in the money supply of 40 billion. CU It affects the value of real GDP, if:
each increase in the money supply 20 billion. CU cut interest rates by 1%;
every 1% decrease in interest rates stimulate new investment expenses of $ 30 mlrd.d.e.
expenditure multiplier is 2.5;
the unemployment rate is so high that an increase in aggregate demand does not lead to a significant increase in prices.


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