How Money Works
Do banks really create money? Yes! But we know it’s hard to believe. After all, the police spend time and energy hunting down any criminal gang that starts printing their own £10 notes. But when it comes to digital money – the numbers in your bank account – the same rules don’t apply.
Don’t take our word for it:
“When banks extend loans to their customers, they create money by crediting their customers’ accounts.”
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In other words, when banks make loans, they create brand new money (in the form of the numbers in our bank accounts). The chairman of the Financial Services Authority, Lord Adair Turner has described this system as being at the root of the financial crisis:
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Possible class names are facebook, twitter, rss and dribbble.
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