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Q: From time to time, the Federal Reserve buys back government bonds from the private sector through a process called A. bond recall procedures. B. open market purchases. C. backflip bond
investments. D. voluntary redemption procedures
A: Answer: B. open market purchases
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User: From time to time, the Federal Reserve buys back government bonds from the private sector through a process called A. bond recall procedures. B. open market purchases. C. backflip bond investments. D. voluntary redemption procedures

Weegy: Answer: B. open market purchases
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User: Selling government bonds through open market operations allows the Federal Reserve to A. decrease money in the treasury. B. decrease the money supply in the private sector. C. receive discounts on future sales. D. receive a high rate of interest on the bonds.

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