However the amount of currency printed by the bep each year is determined by the fed which then submits an order to the bep. Who keeps a check on that.
Luckily most countries have central banks which help to run the other banks and they printed extra money to get their economies moving again.
How do countries decide how much money to print. The fed then distributes that currency via armored carrier to its 28. Can t developing or poor countries just print enuf money for themselves. Too little money makes prices fall which is bad.
What determines the amount of money a country can print. In theory america does not print new money. That is it is difficult to determine how many apples.
Why don t poorer countries just print more money. Net exports current and fiscal deficit interest rate in the economy among many moving parameters. When money is printed and sent to a bank that bank has to first send in old warn out money to be destroyed equal to the amount that they are getting in new money.
Circulation of money also depends up on the amount of black money and in turn affects money availability in legit channel. Clementine age 12 london uk thanks for the question clementine. Value of currency depends on many factors e g.
Because if everyone has more money prices go up instead. When a whole country tries to get richer by printing more money it rarely works. Mature or developed market prints 2 3 of their gdp.
Generally speaking central bank prints almost 2 3 money of total gdp. Each country has a complex web of red tape so on one can decide this. People need to have a base from what to compare things to.
But this amount of money varies a lot from economy to economy. People need a way to store their productive efforts so that they can be used in the future as necessary. Developing countries print more than 2 3 of total gdp.
I know economics comes into play here but how. And people find they need more and more money to buy the same amount of goods. Technically all they print is replacement money.