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  • 1 Page Econ 351 review three alternative policies
    Econ 351 Review Three Alternative Policies

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    Three Alternative Policies: 1) The fed can use communication policies to shape expectations of the long term interest rate. By doing this, the fed wants to make it seem like the short term rates will stay low in the future for the broader objective of kee

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    Final Exam True False

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    Econ 351 Practice True False Practice Questions final exam, set 1 - answer A for True and B for False 1. In order for a credit spread to narrow, we would need the prices of the safest assets, as in US TBills, to rise and the prices of the risky assets, to

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  • 4 Pages syllabus351fall2013
    Syllabus351fall2013

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    Department of Economics Penn State University Course Syllabus Fall 2013 Economics 351 Money and Banking Section 001 104 Keller Building: 9:05 - 9:55am MWF Instructor: Dr. Russell P. Chuderewicz Office: 506 Kern Graduate Building Phone: 863-2156 Email: rxc

  • 8 Pages homework2econ351fall2013
    Homework2econ351fall2013

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    Course: Money And Banking

    Name _ Last 4 _ First letter of last name _ Homework Assignment #2 Econ 351 Fall 2013 . PLEASE STAPLE, DUE, Wednesday, 9/25 at the beginning of class - NO LATE HWS ACCEPTED - 100 points total five for each part and 20 for each graph. YOU MUST USE THIS AS

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    Homework4_answerkey

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    ECON 351 HOMEWORK # 4 Answer Key due: Thursday, June 26 in class 1. The bank you own has the following balance sheet Assets Reserves Loans $75 M $525 M Liabilities Deposits Bank capital $500 M $100 M (a) If the bank suffers a deposit outflow of $5

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    Lecture10bis

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    ECON 351: Money Supply Alejandro Riao n Penn State University June 23, 2008 Alejandro Riao (Penn State University) n ECON 351: Money Supply June 23, 2008 1 / 18 Introduction This material is based on chapters 13 and 14 of the book The main obj

  • 23 Pages MIS Ch01
    MIS Ch01

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    Chapter 1 IS in the Life of Business Professionals 2008 Pearson Prentice Hall, Experiencing MIS, David Kroenke This Could Happen to You Marketing Director needs an information system Lack of knowledge will impede progress Uncertainty will

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    Ecnms_313__problem_set__3

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    20) What should happen to the exchange rate? - The exchange rate should increase due to the increase in expected real return on U.S. assets. 24) Should you invest in Mexico? Why or why not? - Yes I should invest in Mexico because of its higher nomin

  • 12 Pages final_formA_answerkey
    Final_formA_answerkey

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    Course: Money & Banking

    Final Exam Form A ECON 351.101 June 30th, 2008 Name: PSU id number: Read all of the following information before starting the exam: The exam is closed book and closed notes You may use a non-programmable calculator. Cellphones are not allowed

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    Lecture4bis

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    ECON 351: Term Structure of Interest Rates Alejandro Ria~o n Penn State University May 23, 2008 Alejandro Ria~o (Penn State University) ECON 351: Term Structure of Interest Rates n May 23, 2008 1 / 12 Yield Curve Definition The Yield Curve is a

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    Homework2_answer

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    ECON 351 HOMEWORK # 2 Answer Key due: Monday, June 2 in class 1. An asset has the following cash ow {$25, 000, $8, 000, $25, 000, $50, 000}. That means, in period 0 you pay $25,000, in period 1 you get $8,000, in period 2 you pay $25,000 again, and n

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    Lecture2bis

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    ECON 351: Lecture 2: Interest Rates Alejandro Ria~o n Penn State University May 22, 2008 Alejandro Ria~o (Penn State University) n ECON 351: Lecture 2: Interest Rates May 22, 2008 1 / 17 Objectives What do we exactly mean by "the interest rate

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    Homework2

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    Course: Money & Banking

    ECON 351 HOMEWORK # 2 due: Monday, June 2 in class 1. An asset has the following cash ow {$25, 000, $8, 000, $25, 000, $50, 000}. That means, in period 0 you pay $25,000, in period 1 you get $8,000, in period 2 you pay $25,000 again, and nally, in pe

  • 9 Pages exam2_formA
    Exam2_formA

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    Course: Money & Banking

    Exam 2 Form A ECON 351.101 June 18th, 2008 Name: PSU id number: Read all of the following information before starting the exam: The exam is closed book and closed notes You may use a non-programmable calculator. Cellphones are not allowed in t

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    Homework3_answerkey

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    ECON 351 HOMEWORK # 3 Answer Key due: Friday, June 13 in class 1. The following table summarizes the annual returns you would have made on two companies Scientific Atlanta and AT&T Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 SciAtl 80.95%

  • 4 Pages Syllabus_ECON351
    Syllabus_ECON351

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    Course: Money & Banking

    ECON 351 Money and Banking Summer 2008 MTWRF 11:10 a.m. - 12:25 p.m., 260 Willard 1 Instructor Information Instructor: Alejandro Riao n Oce: 402 Kern Graduate Building e-mail: azr124@psu.edu Phone: (814) 865 1108 Oce hours: Tuesday and Wednesday,

  • 3 Pages ECON351-Chapter5
    ECON351-Chapter5

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    Course: MONEY AND BANKING

    ECON 351 Chapter 5 The Theory of Portfolio Allocation The theory of portfolio choice outlines the criteria that are important when deciding which assets are worth buying. Determinants of Asset Demand An asset is a piece of property that has a st

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