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Yields on three-month T-bills are more similar to a. Two-year Treasury notes rates. b. Ninety-day commercial paper rates. c. federal funds rates. d. Aaa-rated corporate bond rates.
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Yields on three-month T-bills are more similar to federal funds rates.
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The biggest supplier of funds in the capital markets are a. financial institutions b. state and local governments c. federal government d. households and non-profit organizations
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The biggest supplier of funds in the capital markets are: d. households and non-profit organizations
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Unemployment should fall if a. wages increase and people expect prices to rise, too. b. wages increase and people expect prices to be stable. c. interest rates rise more than prices are expected to rise. d. the money supply decreases
Weegy: interest rates rise more than prices are expected to rise. (More)
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Unemployment should fall if wages increase and people expect prices to be stable.

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Bank failures are considered to be more important to the economy because a. failure of a single bank induces fear about the solvency of other banks. b. they reduce the money supply in the economy. c. a large number of people in a community lose their liquid wealth. d. all of the above
Weegy: Four specific benefits in bank failures: 1) The preservation of insurance. FDIC insurance funds do not come out of a bottomless well. They are funded by banks, but it is possible for a rash of closures to overload that system. [ It's a good sign that the system was able to withstand 2008 and 2009, but it is an even better system that the insurance system is starting to get a little bit of a break. 2) More stability. Even though customers can rest assured that their deposits are insured, changing banks can be a chore, and nobody wants to do it under duress. Fewer failures mean more customers are able to keep the banking relationships they want. 3) More choice. Consumers looking for a high interest savings account or free checking have better odds of success when they have more choices available to them. Because bank failures were often geographically concentrated, some customers saw their choices significantly reduced by those failures. When more banks survive, customers retain more choices. 4) A foundation for better interest rates. Interest rates on savings accounts and other deposits have been driven down near zero, in part because low profits have given banks little incentive to attract new deposits. It will be a slow process, but improved profitability lays a foundation for better interest rates on deposits. The reduced number of bank failures is a sign that profit conditions are getting better for banks. ] (More)
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The question is a multiple choice.
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Life insurance companies and pension funds buy corporate bonds for which two major reasons? a. tax sheltering and high yield b. liquidity and high after-tax returns c. liability maturity matching and high after-tax returns d. low risk and liquidity
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Please answer the question.
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The answer is c. liability maturity matching and high after-tax returns

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