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Q: The largest borrowers are a. governments and businesses. c. governments and households. b. households and businesses. d. insurance companies and households.
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User: The largest borrowers are a. governments and businesses. c. governments and households. b. households and businesses. d. insurance companies and households.

Weegy: The largest borrowers are governments and businesses.
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User: Money is burning a hole in consumers’ pockets. Again last month, U.S. wage earners spent nearly as much as they made, contributing to record low savings. But consumers have good reason to be out there spending. They’ve got jobs, their incomes are rising, confidence is high, and the stock market is booming. This trend dragged down the savings rate—savings as a percentage of after-tax income—to a record low. Source: The Columbus Dispatch, May 29, 1999. This passage suggests that the low savings rate is due to a. high unemployment. c. low prices. b. the booming economy. d. falling incomes.

Weegy: b. the booming economy
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