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At lower interest rates the A. money supply is indeterminate. B. money supply is lower. C. quantity of money demanded is higher. D. quantity of money demanded is lower.
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At lower interest rates the quantity of money demanded is higher.

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How can the Federal Reserve actually increase the money supply? A. by delaying transfer of money among banks B. by raising the discount rate C. by printing more money D. by purchasing more government bonds in the open market
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Federal Reserve actually increase the money supply by purchasing more government bonds in the open market.
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Federal Reserve actually increase the money supply by purchasing more government bonds in the open market.
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Federal Reserve actually increase the money supply by purchasing more government bonds in the open market.
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