Unless otherwise defined, the total amount of capital supplied to the market within a country, a currency area or in relation to the world as a whole. – Suppliers are – households, – institutional investors (insurance companies, capital management companies, pension funds), – corporations, – banks, which in turn accept deposits from households, institutional investors, corporations and public sector entities, and – non-banks and near-banks, such as insurance companies, in-house banks of large corporations and sometimes also public sector treasuries. – See Capital Market, Interest Allocation Function.
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