How demonetisation will impact top 11 sectors of economy - The Economic Times
TEXT: ET Bureau As the demonetisation initiative encourages the use of plastic and electronic money, cash transactions will become less and less common. This, analysts reckon, will have its share of benefi ts for the economy, apart from boosting tax coffers. The transition to a cashless economy will also improve savings in financial assets which will benefit intermediaries such as banks, NBFCs, microfinance and digital money operators. Here’s a low-down on the impact of demonetisation on the…
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How demonetisation will impact reserve money and money supply - What's on balance sheet
The government's move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes will immediately impact reserve money and money supply in the system along with the balance sheet of the Reserve Bank of India, the sole authority in the country for accepting currency notes and coins as legal tender. ET explains the interplay of currency, reserve money and money supply. What's on balance sheet
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It's not the first time distress has spread in the wake of a currency reform. While major operations in developed nations, such as the decimalisation of British pounds in 1971 or the introduction of the cash euro in 2002 went smoothly, others in emerging markets have not -- especially when mounted by governments that, unlike India's, weren't democratically elected. Here are some examples: Reformation, note for all
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