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rental cost of capital

Rental cost of capital (RC) is the cost of acquiring capital which a firm must bear . It is the sum of rate of interest (r) and depreciation charges of the capital stock(d). So, RC = r+d .
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Why didn't M1 grow much during 1970s inflation?

I think we are looking at 2 different charts. 1960-1970 the money supply went from 140 billion to 200 billion. A 42% increase. 1970 to 1980 the money supply went from 200 billion to 385 billion. A 92% ...
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Why didn't M1 grow much during 1970s inflation?

Inflation does not necessarily depend on M1 but broader monetary aggregates. Standard monetary aggregate in inflation research is M2, M1 is rarely used and it is irrelevant here because it does not ...
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