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During a period of inflation, A. business assets decline in value. B. producers receive less money for their products. C. consumers’ dollars do not buy as much as they once did. D. prices fall.
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User: During a period of inflation, A. business assets decline in value. B. producers receive less money for their products. C. consumers’ dollars do not buy as much as they once did. D. prices fall.

Weegy: During a period of inflation, consumers’ dollars do not buy as much as they once did.
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User: The rate of interest banks pay when they borrow money from a Federal Reserve Bank is the A. prime rate. B. Yield. C. reserve requirement. D. discount rate.

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The rate of interest banks pay when they borrow money from a Federal Reserve Bank is the discount rate.
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Weegy: B. Mobilizing a grass-roots effort back home is a direct method of lobbying. User: The most effective action an interest group can take is to A. help elect sympathetic officials. B. help public officials educate voters. C. write speeches for public officials. D. write legislation for public officials. (More)
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