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81. Figure: Supply of Loanable FundsReference: Ref 25-9
(Figure: Supply of Loanable Funds) According to the accompanying figure, when the interest raterises from 6% to 8%, the:
82. Figure: Market for Loanable Funds IReference: Ref 25-10(Figure: Market for Loanable Funds I) According to the accompanying figure, the equilibriuminterest rate in the loanable funds market is:
83.The loanable funds market maximizes:
84.If in an open economy, a country imports more than it exports and the government budget deficitincreases:A.interest rates will increase and the amount of borrowing will increase.B.interest rates will decrease and the amount of borrowing will increase.C.interest rates will increase, but the change in borrowing is ambiguous.D.the change in interest rates is ambiguous, but the amount of borrowing will increase.Answer:D
85.The price in the loanable funds market is:
86.The price determined in the market for loanable funds is:
87.If the interest rate in the market for loanable funds is above the equilibrium interest rate, weknow that:
88. Figure: The Market for Loanable Funds with Government Borrowing
Reference: Ref 25-11(Figure: The Market for Loanable Funds with Government Borrowing) According to theaccompanying figure, after an increase in government borrowing, the new equilibrium interestrate will rise from ______ and the amount of private savings will _______.A.6% to 10%; stay the sameB.6% to 8%; riseC.6% to 8%; fallD.6% to 10%; be indeterminateAnswer:B
89.A shift away from taxing asset income and toward taxing consumption would lead to:

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