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What role does the Federal Reserve play in regulating the banking system? a. A member from the Federal Reserve works at the headquarters of each national bank. b. The Federal Reserve coordinates
all regulatory activities and examines banks periodically. c. The Federal Reserve must approve every major transaction of a bank. d. The Federal Reserve becomes involved only when there is a major problem in a bank.
B)The Federal Reserve coordinates all regulatory activities and examines banks periodically.
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User: What role does the Federal Reserve play in regulating the banking system? a. A member from the Federal Reserve works at the headquarters of each national bank. b. The Federal Reserve coordinates all regulatory activities and examines banks periodically. c. The Federal Reserve must approve every major transaction of a bank. d. The Federal Reserve becomes involved only when there is a major problem in a bank.

Weegy: B)The Federal Reserve coordinates all regulatory activities and examines banks periodically.
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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: What is the cost of money? a. the smoothing out of fluctuations in the market b. the economy’s use of open market operations c. the price of the interest rate d. the bank’s use of money creation

User: What does “lender of last resort” mean with respect to the Federal Reserve? a. It will lend money to a bank in a financial emergency. b. It makes decisions about who a bank can lend money to. c. It decides interest rates for interbank loans. d. It has the power to decide how much money a bank can lend out.

Weegy: a. It will lend money to a bank in a financial emergency
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User: Which of the following is not a service that the Federal Reserve provides? a. lender of last resort to commercial banks c. regulation of the banking industry b. bank of the Federal Government d. manager of government expenditures and tax revenues

Weegy: Which of the following is not a service that the Federal Reserve provides: d. manager of government expenditures and tax revenues.
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