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What is monetary policy? a. involve government spending and taxation c. placing a value on coinage b. deciding who gets funding d. control money to influence economy
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User: What is monetary policy? a. involve government spending and taxation c. placing a value on coinage b. deciding who gets funding d. control money to influence economy

Weegy: Monetary policy control money to influence economy.
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User: The United States economy is a a. regressive tax economy. c. fiscal policy economy. b. market economy. d. monetary policy economy.

Weegy: The United States economy is a regressive tax economy.



User: They supervise the Federal Reserve Board. a. Congress c. The Board of Governors b. The White House d. The National Board of State Governors

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The Board of Governors supervise the Federal Reserve Board.
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