Business Finance
Grand Canyon Healthy Circulation of Money and Inflation Discussion

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Healthy circulation of money is important for the economy. On the other hand, too much money can create inflation; and small amount of money circulation may bring about deflation. The optimum influential factors of the market are economic forces that determine pricing mechanisms depending on the demand and supply. A price can be negotiated for its exchange. It is because price can be an indicator of the value of the products or services. This lends itself to price competition that would have direct bearing on controlling productivity in relation to demand and supply. Thus, the ultimate controller or pacemaker of market intensity or the economy can be just customers’ demands and preferences influencing the amount of goods and services produced. What do you think?

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