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The Federal Reserve System is responsible for all of the following except _____. regulating the banking industry and providing banking services implementing fiscal policy concerning taxation
and government spending providing banking and fiscal services to the federal government managing the national money supply to meet current demand
The federal reserve system is responsible for all of the following except regulating the banking industry and providing banking services. Check the link for additional details:
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