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30. Read the attached scenario ECON616_PBL_Scenario_Unit 5.pdf AutoEdge would like to expand operations abroad. How could monetary policy impact this decision? Monetary policy can impact global exchange rates31. Read the attached scenario ECON616_PBL_Scenario_Unit 5.pdf AutoEdge has hired you as an economic analyst to identify the fiscal problems created from low-quality production in South Korea. What advice should you give to company management?32. Read the attached scenario ECON616_PBL_Scenario_Unit 5.pdf AutoEdge has encountered problems with its brand image, and profits have sunk considerably. Company management is scared about a recession coming. How can the discount window support AutoEdge? Banks can be pulled out of an emergency situation through the discount window's support33. What is a main role of the Federal Reserve? The Federal Reserve controls interest rates in the U.S. economy34. Read the attached scenario ECON616_PBL_Scenario_Unit 5.pdf The economy has recently entered a recession, and AutoEdge is near bankruptcy. What actions could the Federal Reserve take to stabilize the economy that would also help stabilize AutoEdge? The Federal Reserve could buy bonds through open market operationsSummaryTo combat a recession or excess inflation, the Federal Reserve and government authorities have various tools at their disposal to modify the money supply or consumption. On the part of the Federal Reserve, this pseudogovernmental agency can raise or lower interest rates and reserve requirements. The Fed can also buy or sell bonds in an attempt to influence the money supply. The primary way the Fed impacts interest rates—seen throughout the economy—is through its control over the Fed funds rate (interbank loan rate). This one simple interest rate establishes a baseline for all other interest rates. As a result, it can exert tremendous power over the economy.A government entity can use its budgets to influence economic activity. Known as fiscal policy, abudget surplus is thought to slow an economy as the government brings in more money than it spends. A budget deficitbolsters economic activity as fewer taxes are obtained from consumers, leaving them with more money, and the government drives spending higher, creating jobs and economic transactions. In recent times, the use of long-term, major budget deficits to stimulate
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the U.S. economy has been called into question. Other countries have found that balanced budgets result in optimal long-term growth rates for an economy.ReferencesDolan, E. (2011). How smart fiscal rules keep Sweden’s budget in balance. Retrieved from -swedens-budget-in-balance/Jones, B. (2009a, October 19). Monetary policy[Video file]. Retrieved from Jones, B. (2009b, September 27). Fiscal policy[Video file]. Retrieved from

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