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Currency-to-deposit ratio

If the currency-to-deposit ratio increases, what effect, if any, does this have on the monetary base, the money supply, total deposits, and economic growth?

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It is the amount of currency that people hold relative to their deposits. In currency-deposit ratio, currency is divided by deposits. The ratio shows the behavior and preference of public in an economy. If currency-deposit ratio increases, there is a decrease in money supply. Decrease in currency deposit ratio leads to increase in money supply.

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