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Each of the following is a function of the Federal Reserve System EXCEPT: A. regulate banks B. control money supply C. balance federal budget D. issue Federal Reserve notes
Federal Reserve System can regulate banks, control money supply and issue Federal Reserve notes but they cannot balance federal budget as it depends on results of the balance sheet. Total capital represents the profit the Fed has earned, [ which comes mostly from assets they purchase with the deposit and note liabilities they create. Excess capital is then turned over to the Treasury
Department and Congress to be included into the Federal Budget as "Miscellaneous Revenue". ]
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User: Which of the following is a major source of federal revenue? a. demand deposits of the federal reserve c. sale of copper on the open market b. corporate income tax d. state banking fees

User: Which of the following is a major source of federal revenue? a. demand deposits of the federal reserve c. sale of copper on the open market b. corporate income tax d. state banking fees

User: Each of the following is a function of the Federal Reserve System EXCEPT: A. regulate banks B. control money supply C. balance federal budget D. issue Federal Reserve notes

User: Each of the following is a function of the Federal Reserve System EXCEPT: A. regulate banks B. control money supply C. balance federal budget D. issue Federal Reserve notes





Weegy: Federal Reserve System can regulate banks, control money supply and issue Federal Reserve notes but they cannot balance federal budget as it depends on results of the balance sheet. Total capital represents the profit the Fed has earned, [ which comes mostly from assets they purchase with the deposit and note liabilities they create. Excess capital is then turned over to the Treasury Department and Congress to be included into the Federal Budget as "Miscellaneous Revenue". ]
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