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LOD: 2 Page: 446 A-Head: The Monetary Base and the Money Supply.108.Traveler's checks have no reserve requirements and are included in M1. When people travel during the summer and convert some of their checking account deposits into traveler's checks, explain what happens to the monetary base.
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Chapter 17 The Central Bank Balance Sheet and the Money Supply Process109.Why is it more correct to say that the Fed (the central bank) controls the monetary base than to say it controls the amount of reserves?
LOD: 2 Page: 446 A-Head: The Deposit Expansion Multiplier.110.If we assume the required reserve rate is ten percent (0.1), and that the public does not change their currency holdings and that banks do not hold any excess reserves, what will be the change in deposits resulting from a $150 million open market purchase by the Fed? RRrD=1

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