Understanding Fractional Reserve Banking

Fractional Reserve Banking is a system whereby banks use money from their depositors saving accounts and loan it to individuals, organisations or companies in need. Nonetheless, Banks are not authorised to use all their depositors’ funds for loan, depositors can decide to withdraw their money at any time so banks are only supposed to retain possession of a little fraction of their money saved aside. Banks have been…

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