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Q: What is the subject of Federal Open Market Committee decisions? A)level of interest rates and growth of the money supply B) scheduling of banking days and hours for member banks C)appointment of
members of the Federal Reserve s Board of Governors D)chartering of new banks and other lending institutions
A: The Federal Open Market Committee makes decisions about open market operations, the discount rate, and reserve requirements. [ Before each regularly scheduled meeting of the FOMC, System staff prepare written reports on past and prospective economic and financial developments that are sent to Committee members and to nonmember Reserve Bank presidents. - See more at: ]
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