Summary: We provide a general characterization of the structure of rational expectations equilibria of any degree of revelation for pure exchange, sequential economies, with deffinitely many states of private information, an incomplete financial market and nominal assets. We estimate the dimension of the rational expectations equilibria for any degree of revelation. Then, we show how a central bank, by deciding on the money supply, may affect the revelation of information at equilibrium.
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