Fiscal policy is a policy to regulate state revenues and expenditures. Fiscal policies pursued to cope with inflation include:
a. Reduce state expenditure.
b. Savings in government spending (adjusted for the plan).
c. Reduction of foreign debt.
d. Raise or streamline taxes.
The types of credit markets, namely:
a. Closed Market: specific to certain circles (eg between banks and customers).
b. Open Market: open to the public where the loaned each other free to hold bidding.
c. Money market: the market where traded securities that have a period of less than one year.
d. Capital markets: a long-term funds are bought and sold more than one year’s time.
While the bill of sale of long-term debt and equity capital letter sign is called the Stock Exchange.