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ISBN: 9781337613040
Chapter 26, Problem 3SQ
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The speculative demand for money

  1. a. varies inversely with income.
  2. b. is only concerned with active money.
  3. c. involves holding money for unexpected problems.
  4. d. varies directly with the transactions demand for money.
  5. e. varies inversely with the interest rate.

To determine

The cause of change in the speculative demand for money.

Explanation of Solution

The barter system was a market exchange system that existed in the ancient period. According to the barter system, one commodity is exchanged for another commodity in the market. Thus, there should be double co-incidence of needs for the exchange to take place in the market. This problem was corrected with the establishment of money. Money is anything that serves as a medium of exchange in the market, unit of account as well as the store of value in the economy. There are many forms of money such as paper currencies, metallic coins, bills, and so forth. There are mainly three demands for money and they are speculative demand for money, precautionary demand for money, and transaction demand for money.

Option (e):

The speculative demand for money is the portion of money that an individual keeps with them for the purpose of speculation activities such as investments in the bonds, shares, and so forth based on the rate of interest these earn for the individual and the households. Thus, when the interest earned is higher, the speculative demand for money will be lower and vice versa. Thus, the speculative demand for money changes inversely with respect to the changes in the rate of interest. Hence, option 'e' is the correct answer.

Option (a):

The speculative demand for money is associated with the future income earning actions such as investments in the bonds, shares, and so forth. When the rate of interest from these is higher, people would hold less money with them and vice versa...

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