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How do commercial banks create money?

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2011-01-23 13:59:53
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Commercial Banks make profit and generate revenue by two ways:

  1. By charging you a fee for the services they provide you
  2. By lending the money you have deposited into your account, to other loan customers and getting an interest on the same.

Interest income is the highest revenue and profit generator for any bank.

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we take/borrow money from the commercial banks and the commercial banks take/borrow money from the reserve bank


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Banks can create money just by saying so (out of thin air) and lend this money to borrowers.


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A commercial bank is a financial institution which lends out money to potential borrowers and implement plans on behalf of the central bank while Anon commercial bank is a financial institution that lends out money on long term basis and does not carry out credit creation


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