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Q: The most-used instrument for controlling week-to-week changes in the money supply is A. the required reserve ratio. B. the money multiplier. C.
open market operations. D. the discount rate.
A: The most-used instrument for controlling week-to-week changes in the money supply is open market operations.
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The most-used instrument for controlling week-to-week changes in the money supply is open market operations.
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