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Which of the following fiscal tools would the government use to get the economy out of a recession? a. increase the money supply c. increase taxes b. increase federal expenditures d. reduce the interest rate
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Increase federal expenditures is the fiscal tools that the government would use to get the economy out of a recession.
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Aggregate demand is the amount people will _______, or money multiplied by velocity. a. buy c. accept b. spend d. estimate
Weegy: Aggregate demand is the amount people will SPEND, or money multiplied by velocity. (More)
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The index of leading indicators a. predicted the Great Depression. b. is completely reliable. c. is used to predict changes in business cycles. d. was designed to detect external shocks.
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The index of leading indicators is used to predict changes in business cycles.
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The discount rate is: a. the interest rate banks charge other banks for loans. c. the percentage amount that the Federal Reserve discounts when it buys government securities. b. the interest rate the Federal Reserve charges for loans to commercial banks. d. a tool of fiscal policy.
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The discount rate is the interest rate the Federal Reserve charges for loans to commercial banks.
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Aggregate demand is the amount people will SPEND, or money multiplied by velocity.
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