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Near money includes a. demand deposits and other checkable deposits. b. credit cards and debit cards. c. traveler’s checks and deposits in checking accounts. d. deposits in savings accounts and money market mutual funds.
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Near money includes deposits in savings accounts and money market mutual funds.
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Which of the following is NOT an example of a liquid asset? a. cash c. a certificate of deposit b. travelers’ checks d. a checking account
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A certificate of deposit is NOT an example of a liquid asset.
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Which of the following is one of the five causes of a business cycle? a. decrease in consumer demand c. recession b. external shocks d. none of the above
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External shocks is one of the five causes of a business cycle.
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The Quantity Theory states that inflation a. occurs when demand for goods and services exceeds existing supply. b. is caused by too much money in the economy. c. occurs when producers raise prices to meet increased costs. d. is a result of the rise in wages due to a rise in prices.
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The Quantity Theory states that inflation is caused by too much money in the economy.
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What is deflation? a. A lack of economic growth. c. A decrease in the general price level. b. A reduction in the supply of money. d. A decrease in a nation’s standard of living.
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Deflation is a decrease in the general price level.
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