3 out of 3 points In the national savings and investment identity framework an

3 out of 3 points in the national savings and

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3 out of 3 points In the national savings and investment identity framework, an inflow of savings from abroad is, by definition, equal to: Selected Answer: the trade deficit. Answers: private sector investment. the trade surplus. the trade deficit. domestic household savings. Question 9 3 out of 3 points When the interest rate in an economy increases, it is likely the result of either: Selected
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Answer: a decrease in the government's budget surplus or an increase in its budget deficit. Answers: a decrease in the government's budget surplus or an increase in its budget deficit. a decrease in the government budget surplus or its budget deficit. an increase in the government budget surplus or a decrease in its budget deficit. an increase in the government budget surplus or its budget deficit. Question 10 3 out of 3 points A reduction in government borrowing can: Selected Answer: give private investment an opportunity to expand. Answers: decrease the incentive to invest. increase the interest rate. crowd out private investment in human capital. give private investment an opportunity to expand.
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