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What is an important characteristic of the M1 money supply? A. liquidity B. durability C. flexibility D. solidity
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User: The Federal Reserve System is overseen by the seven-member what?

User: What is an important characteristic of the M1 money supply? A. liquidity B. durability C. flexibility D. solidity

Weegy: durability
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User: Replacing a good with a similar good because of a change in prices is an example of the what?

Weegy: Replacing a good with a similar good because of a change in prices is an example of the substitution effect.
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User: Which of the following is the best example of a public good? A. a highway system B. a shopping mall C. a country club D. a movie theater

Weegy: A.) highway system
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User: Why is the equilibrium wage higher for doctors than for convenience store clerks? A. The demand for convenience store clerks is equal to the demand for doctors. B. Supply of doctors is relatively low, and the demand is relatively high. C. The demand for convenience store clerks is low, but supply is low, too. D. Supply of doctors is relatively high and the demand is relatively low.

Weegy: B. Supply of doctors is relatively low, and the demand is relatively high.
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User: Thomas Friedman compared the new globalized economy to a sprint that competitors must run over and over again. What did he mean by this? A. People will need to reinvent the same products over and over. B. Companies will have to travel farther and faster than ever before. C. The future world economy will be very fast-paced. D. To be competitive, companies must continue to be innovative.

Weegy: C. The future world economy will be very fast-paced.
bluplemud|Points 157|

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The Federal Reserve system is overseen by a seven-member board of governors, with one member of this committee chosen as the chairman (commonly known as the Chairman of the Fed).

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