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Statd the three motives for holding money
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Mention two determimats of each of the motives for holding money
Weegy: 1. Transactions Motives - this is the most obvious reason for holding money. [ We need money to be able to spend it, and so hold balances of money appropriate for that.Like the amount of money that you have in your pocket,wallet or purse. 2. [ Precautionary Motives - we also hold money in case we need to spend it. Unexpected bills or contingencies may mean that we need to hold a little extra money in case. Like the money we hold in banking accounts. 3. Speculative Motives - People have to decide how they are going to hold their money. There are of course a number of different ways, which can briefly split it intointerest bearing assets or non-interest bearing assets. Theinterest rate and the ease of access may be two important factors in determining this decision. The speculative demand for money is the amount held for the potential purchase of assets. ] ] (More)
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Visible balance is known as what
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Visible balance is known as the balance of trade in goods.

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