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Which of the following is one way the Federal Reserve Bank serves the government? a. making loans to the government c. minting coins for the government b. selling government securities
d. financing state government projects
Which of the following is one way the Federal Reserve Bank serves the government? The answer is: b. selling government securities
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User: Which of the following is one way the Federal Reserve Bank serves the government? a. making loans to the government c. minting coins for the government b. selling government securities d. financing state government projects

Weegy: Which of the following is one way the Federal Reserve Bank serves the government? The answer is: b. selling government securities
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User: Which of the following is not a tool of Monetary Policy? a. Open market operations c. Changes in reserve requirements b. Buying and selling of government securities d. Changes in federal expenditures

Weegy: Which of the following is not a tool of Monetary Policy? d. Changes in federal expenditures.
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User: Which tool of monetary supply is the interest rate the Fed charges on loans to financial institutions?

User: How do changes in interest rates affect the money supply? a. As interest rates fall, people generally hold more cash, restricting the money supply. b. As interest rates rise, people generally keep their wealth in assets that pay returns, expanding the money supply. c. As interest rates level off, people charge more and hold more cash, expanding the money supply. d. As interest rates rise, people generally keep their wealth in assets that pay returns, restricting the money supply.

Weegy: D)As interest rates rise, people generally keep their wealth in assets that pay returns, restricting the money supply.
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User: Liabilities are a. reserves a bank must set aside. c. cash a bank can use for making loans. b. debts and obligations. d. the same as net worth.

User: All of the following actions by the Fed would promote an easy money policy EXCEPT a. increasing the reserve requirement. b. buying government securities. c. lowering the discount rate. d. announcing that it anticipates adopting an easy money policy.

Weegy: All of the following actions by the Fed would promote an easy money policy EXCEPT - - a. increasing the reserve requirement.
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Assets are a. properties, possessions, and claims on others. b. cash a bank owes to depositors. c. the same as net worth. d. legal reserves.
Weegy: a. properties, possessions, and claims on others User: Unlike many politicians, the Fed a. must respond to pressure from the public. b. recognizes high interest rates as a sign of an unhealthy economy. c. is concerned about short-term interest rates. d. is concerned about the long-run health of the economy. Weegy: unlike many politicians the Fed is d concerned about the long run health of the economy User: Coins, currency, demand deposits and travelers checks fit what definition of the money supply? a. M1 c. M3 b. M2 d. M4 Weegy: The answer is a. M1. M1 is a A category of the money supply that includes all physical money such as coins and currency; it also includes demand deposits, which are checking accounts, and Negotiable Order of Withdrawal (NOW) Accounts. [ ] User: All of the following actions by the Fed would promote an easy money policy EXCEPT a. increasing the reserve requirement. b. buying government securities. c. lowering the discount rate. d. announcing that it anticipates adopting an easy money policy. Weegy: All of the following actions by the Fed would promote an easy money policy EXCEPT: a. increasing the reserve requirement. User: The real rate of interest: a. does not account for the effects of inflation. c. is inversely related to the national rate of interest b. does account for the effects of inflation d. is both a and b. (More)
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