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THE NATURE AND ORIGINS OF MONEY AND BARTER 132
as old as the hills
Modern barter and countertrading
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accepted American Bank of England Bank's bankers banking system banknotes barter became become bills borrowing branches Britain British building societies bullionist capital cent central bank century circulation coinage coins colonies companies considerable country banks crisis currency Danegeld debasement demand denarius deposits despite Diocletian discount dollar early economic economists effect English Europe European Exchequer export Federal Reserve foreign exchange foreign exchange market France German gold standard goldsmiths Greek growth important increased indigenous industrial inflation inflationary institutions investment Keynes Keynesian later LDCs limited loans London merchants million mints modern monetarism monetarist monetary policy money supply note issue official operations overseas paper money payments penny period political pound precious metals primitive Professor reform regional Report rise role Roman royal savings banks Scotland South Sea Company sterling taxes theory trade Treasury usury