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All of the following are reasons why savers with small amounts to invest rarely make loans directly to individuals or firms, except a- Interest rates...

All of the following are reasons why savers with small amounts to invest rarely make loans directly to individuals or firms, except

a- Interest rates would not be high enough.

b- They cannot take advantage of economies of scale.

c- Information costs associated with these loans are too high.

d- Transaction costs associated with these loans are too high.


Which one would it be?

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