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The Sources of Liquid Assets
Trends in Output of War Goods and Services
The Probable Volume of Savings by Individuals
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1.0 billion accumulation of liquid amount armed services assumed to rise average bank deposits billion dollars billions in 1941 billions in 1946 billions of dollars cash and demand changes in efficiency civilian wages compensation Compensation of employees consumer expenditures control of prices convert cost of living Current Business demand deposits Department of Commerce Disposable income dividend employment estimates Exchange Commission EXHIBIT fair figure government securities gross national product holdings of cash income payments indicate individuals and unincorporated inflationary surplus insurance companies last quarter less liquid assets nonfinancial corporations nonmanufacturing pursuits nonwar industries nonwar workers output of consumers payments to individuals penalty overtime perfect personal savings plant and equipment Prices and Wages probably quarter of 1943 rise in prices savings bonds Savings Cumulative savings of individuals second half Securities and Exchange sumers Survey of Current tion unincorporated businesses volume wage rates Wages after 1943 wages and salaries warm