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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
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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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Aggregate demand is the amount people will _______, or money multiplied by velocity. a. buy c. accept b. spend d. estimate
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Aggregate demand is the amount people will SPEND, or money multiplied by velocity.
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What does a budget deficit do to the national debt? a. decreases c. has no effect b. increases d. depends on how large the deficit is
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A budget deficit increases the national debt.
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