Monetary Problems of the British Empire
Macmillan, 1931 - Currency question - 569 pages
Half-title: Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College.
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abroad accept Account additional advances Allies apparent appreciation August authorities balances Bank of England borrowing Britain British capital cash cause cent changes circulation Commission Committee commodities Council countries currency notes debt decline deflation demand Department depreciation determined discussion disposal dollars Dominions early Economic effects Evidence excess exchange explained exports figures Finance fluctuations followed foreign France gold Government H. C. Cols held hence important increase India inflation investments issue Italy January July latter limited loans London loss March Means meet ment millions monetary money market months movements necessary obtained official outstanding payments period pointed position possible probably problem production profits purchasing quantities received reduced relatively Report reserves restricted result rupees securities silver South Africa Special Deposits stability standard Sterling supplies tion trade transfers Treasury bills United