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24. A bank has excess reserves to lend but is unable to find anyone to borrow the money. This will __________ the size of the money multiplier. A. reduce C. increase B. have no effect on D. double
A bank has excess reserves to lend but is unable to find anyone to borrow the money. This will reduce the size of the money multiplier.
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A bank has excess reserves to lend but is unable to find anyone to borrow the money. This will reduce the size of the money multiplier.
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