macroeconomicsexamIIII - Which of the following lists two...

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Which of the following lists two things that both decrease the money supply? a. make open market purchases, raise the reserve requirement ratio b. make open market purchases, lower the reserve requirement ratio c. make open market sales, raise the reserve requirement ratio d. make open market sales, lower the reserve requirement ratio 2. (Points: 2.0) Which of the following does the Federal Reserve not do? 3. (Points: 2.0) If you deposit $100 of currency into a demand deposit at a bank, this action by itself 4. (Points: 2.0) To decrease the money supply, the Fed could 5. (Points: 2.0) A bank s liabilities include
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a. both its reserves and the deposits of its customers. b. neither its reserves nor the deposits of its customers. c. its reserves, but not the deposits of its customers. d. the deposits of its customers, but not its reserves. 6. (Points: 2.0) The Federal Reserve does all except which of the following? 7. (Points: 2.0) Which of the following is not included in M1? 8. (Points: 2.0) Reserve requirements are regulations concerning 9. (Points: 2.0)
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Money a. is more efficient than barter. b. makes trades easier. c. allows greater specialization. d. All of the above are correct. 10. (Points: 2.0) Suppose banks desire to hold no excess reserves. If the reserve ratio is 10 percent and a bank receives a new deposit of $10. Then this bank
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