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T-ACCOUNT: A handy little diagram used to illustrate changes in the assets and liabilities of a bank's balance sheet. A T-account, so named because or its perpendicular lines that look like a T, represents changes in assets on the left and changes in liabilities and net worth on the right.

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PURE MARKET ECONOMY: An economy in which markets answer all allocation decisions and answers all three questions of allocation. There is no government. Markets do it all. This is a theoretical ideal or extreme that does not exist in the real world. As a theoretical ideal, though, it does provide a benchmark that can be used for comparison with real world economic systems.

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EXCHANGE RATE

The price of the currency of one country stated in terms of the currency of another country, that is, the rate of exchange of one currency for another. Exchange rates, also termed foreign exchange rates, are prices determined in foreign exchange markets that are set up to trade the currencies of different nations (foreign exchange). In general, exchange rates reflect the overall health, vitality, and productivity of a nation's economy. However, because exchange rates also affect international trade (exports and imports) among nations they are often subject to governmental policy control.

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