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Which monetary policy is considered an expansionary tool? A: decreasing the discount rate. B: cutting taxes. C: increasing the reserve requirements. D: increasing government spending.
C: increasing the reserve requirements.
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User: Which monetary policy is considered an expansionary tool? A: decreasing the discount rate. B: cutting taxes. C: increasing the reserve requirements. D: increasing government spending.





Weegy: C: increasing the reserve requirements.
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User: what are excess reserves? A: the ratio of reserves to desposits required of bank by the Federal Reserve. B: rates of intrest banks charge on short-term loans to their best customers. C: the buying and selling of government securities to alter the supply of money. D: reserves greater than the required amounts.

Weegy: A: the ratio of reserves to desposits required of bank by the Federal Reserve
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User: What is the required reserve ratio (RRR)? A: the ratio of commercial to personal loans that a bank makes. B: the portion of a deposit that a bank must keep on hand. C: the amount of money a bank has to loan out. D: the deposits that commercial companis make in banks

Weegy: A: the ratio of commercial to personal loans that a bank makes.
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User: The money multiplier forumla ____. A: determines the amount of funds loaned by the federal reserve bank to its members. B: is used by the fed to determine the amount of currency in the economy. C: is used by the board of governors to decide intrest rate cuts. D: Determines the amount of new money that will be created with each demand deposit

Weegy: D: Determines the amount of new money that will be created with each demand deposit
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