They will lessen the saleability of many rights which might otherwise be available as banking collateral.
As objects other than money gain in saleability, they tend to gain in value, also.
In general, items of wealth tend to gain in value as they gain in saleability—though not in any definite proportion.
They are the merchants of the departments; accountable for the saleability of their stock.
Commodities will vary indefinitely in the extent of their saleability.
The answer to the first question rests primarily in the fact that there are differences in the saleability of goods.
The whole of the value embodied in a share of stock has not the certainty and saleability which a banker wishes for his assets.
Further, anything which has more than ordinary saleability may be used as a substitute, in one or another capacity.
"Power in exchange" is a function of two factors, value and saleability.
Additional saleability—or an increase in the qualities that make for saleability—could make no difference.