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INTRODUCTION by David McCahan
II FACTORS IN THE DEMAND FOR CAPITAL FUNDS
Internal Savings and External Funds
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amortization amount analysis bank reserves billion bond financing bonds and notes borrower business cycle capital funds cent of assets changes characteristics Charter Oak Commissioners common stock competitive considerable corporate bond investment corporate management cost decline demand for capital direct placement dividends dollar earnings economic equity estimates fact factor Federal Reserve Federal Reserve System figures financing foreclosure growth home office important increase insurance assets insurance business insurance company investment insurance funds insurance investment interest rates investment policy investors lease lender liquidity long-term corporate debt long-term debt losses market value ment mortgage loans municipal municipal bonds national income nomic panies personal saving policyholders postwar period preferred stock problem public utility purchase real estate regulation relative represented result risk share substantial supply of saving tion trend U. S. Government bonds U. S. Government issues U. S. Government securities valuation yields