A decrease in the demand for loanable funds would most likely be caused by an A

A decrease in the demand for loanable funds would

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130.A decrease in the demand for loanable funds would most likely be caused by a(n):A)decrease in the inflation rate.B)increase in the budget deficit.C)decrease in expected business opportunities.D)increase in expected business opportunities.131.All other things unchanged, a general increase in government borrowing will typically:132.All other things unchanged, a general decrease in the amount of government borrowing will typically:133.All other things unchanged, an increase in demand for loanable funds would most likely be caused by a(n):Page 29
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134.All other things unchanged, an increase in demand for loanable funds would most likely be caused by a(n):A)important forecast predicting solid economic growth.B)important forecast predicting a recession.C)increase in the market interest rate.D)increase in the cost of new capital goods.135.Which of the following is FALSE? When there is an increase in:136.A business will be likely to borrow to fund projects if:137.The rate of return on a business project equals:
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