Lessons for Banking

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  • How Banks Create Money - … the remaining students into groups to represent the three Banks (Bank One, Bank Two, and Bank Three) and the three Vendors (CompuCity, SportsWorld, and … , the owners endorse the check and deposit it into Bank Two, their designated bank. Bank Two, in turn, records the new $500 deposit … through four loan transactions is with First Bank creating ; Second Bank creating ; Third Bank creating ; and Fourth Bank creating . 3. In this example, the …
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  • Glossary of Federal Reserve Terms - … -chartered commercial banks and mutual savings banks may elect to become members. Member banks own stock in Federal Reserve Banks and elect Reserve Bank directors. Nonmember Depository Institution: A depository institution (commercial bank, mutual savings bank, savings … same terms as member banks. Correspondent Bank: A bank that accepts deposits of and performs banking services for other depository institutions. Bank Holding Company: A …
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  • A Basket of Bangles: How a Business Begins - … and makes loans.) Why do people keep their money in banks? (Banks are a safe place to keep money. It is easy … using someone else s money. When people deposit money in banks, the banks pay the depositors an extra amount called interest. In … .) 11. Explain that people deposit money in accounts at banks. The banks pay the people who deposit interest on their deposits. The … borrows $3,000 for one year from the Second Community Bank. The bank charges 10 percent interest on the loan. How much …
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  • Saving Strawberry Farm - … keep it safe) Were their savings safe in the bank? (No, the bank ran out of money.) 17. Explain that during the … save money? (In a neighborhood bank) Why are your savings safe in a neighborhood bank? (The bank has a vault and a guard … dad the story. Sophia handed $15.00 to the bank teller. The bank teller took the money and punched numbers on a … You have $2.00 in the bank. You have $2.00 in the bank. 2009 Federal Reserve Banks of St. Louis and Philadelphia …
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  • Banking on the Future - … 's sales. STORE to the STORE'S BANK (Citizen's Bank) Step 3: Citizen's Bank needs to get the money in the … Reserve Bank pays the store. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK to the STORE'S BANK Step 6: The Federal Reserve Bank needs to be repaid. YOUR BANK (First National) to the FEDERAL RESERVE BANK Step 7: The Federal Reserve Bank sends the …
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  • United States Financial System - … of private financial institutions. 1. Commercial banks- this is what people normally call a "bank". Commercial banks offer checking and savings accounts for … questions. Remind students that when people deposit money in a bank, banks hold on to some of the deposited money as reserves … on deposits. This is called fractional reserve banking. A Fractional Reserve Banking System is a banking system in which only a fraction of …
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  • HSBC Bank Helped the Rich Hide Money - … . T / F g. An HSBC worker complained about the bank so the bank fired her. T / F h. HSBC is facing an … the bank was not keeping its promise to change, ____ a. the bank filed her b. the bank fried her c. the bank fired her d. the bank flied her LISTENING - Listen … reading this article? Why/not? 12) Do you trust banks? 13) Banks say customers are more important than profits. What do you …
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  • Risk-it! - … FDIC) 200 A Organization responsible for supervising state member banks and bank holding companies. Q What is the Federal Reserve System? 300 … the First and Second U.S. Banks? 200 A. Historical early banks that issued private bank notes backed by deposits of gold and … , passed in 1927, which prohibits national banks from interstate banking and extends the charters of Reserve Banks indefinitely. Q. What is the McFadden …
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  • It's a Not So Wonderful Life - … the Fed plays in the money creation process. KEY CONCEPTS Banking, Central Banking System, Money, Money Supply, Savers, Supply STUDENTS WILL Learn … summarized earlier in this lesson illustrates a fundamental point about banks and banking: banks do not have all of their customer's deposits … rate " i.e the interest rate that banks charge when one bank borrows from another bank's reserves. While this may sound complicated …
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  • Online Banking - What is it & Should I do it? - … Vs. Traditional Banking": More pros and cons of online banking compared to traditional banking. www.msmoney.com/mm/banking/onlinebk/internet_trad.htm "Retail Banking, What … look further into what online banking is: What is Online Banking What is Olnine Banking Advantages of Online Banking Retail Banking, Whats Next? 3. Since … and cons What is Online Banking Advantages of Online Banking Internet vs. Traditional Banking Retail Banking, Whats Next? Online Banking Horror Stories 6. [Note to …
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