QuestionQuestion 1.1.(TCO 2) Which of the following can be associated with original objectives of the Fed? (Points : 3) Coordinate an efficient payments mechanism.Provide an elastic money supply.Serve as lender of last resort.All of the aboveQuestion 2.2.(TCO 2) For what purposes do depository institutions keep deposits in the Federal Reserve banks? (Points : 3) For clearing checksTo satisfy reserve requirementsTo earn interestFor clearing checks and to satisfy reserve requirements. Question 3.3.(TCO 2) Which Fed action does not directly increase total reserves in the banking system? (Points : 3) Lowering the Discount RateLowering reserve requirementsBuying U.S. Government securities on the open marketNone of the aboveQuestion 4.4.(TCO 2) The purchase of government securities by the Fed will (Points : 3) decrease the money supply.increase security prices.increase interest rates.decrease credit availability. Question 5.5.(TCO 2) The Federal Reserve System established (Points : 3) a system for federal chartering of banks.a system for controlling bank note issuance.a source of liquidity for the banking system.the beginning of demand deposit accounts. Question 6.6.(TCO 2) Which of the following can be associated with the modern objectives of the Fed? (Points : 3) Coordinate an efficient payments mechanism.Provide an elastic money supply.Regulate the financial system.All of the aboveQuestion 7.7.(TCO 2) The Fed’s most important duty is to (Points : 3) regulate national banks.print currency.establish the nation’s monetary policy.stimulate the economy. Question 8.8.(TCO 2) Using this data, answer the question below:Total Reserves $100,000,000Reserve Requirement 5%Total Deposits $700,000,000What is the level of excess reserves? (Points : 3)$ 6,000,000$ 65,000,000$ 70,000,000Not ascertainableQuestion 9.9.(TCO 3) Ordinarily the money supply will decrease if (Points : 3) the Fed makes fewer loans at its discount window.the Fed sells securities on the open market.the Fed raises reserve requirements.All of the aboveQuestion 10.10.(TCO 3) The money supply (Points : 3) is not exclusively controlled by the Fed.is not related to the monetary base.excludes any interest-bearing deposits.None of the aboveQuestion 11.11.(TCO 3) Sustained open market buying by the Fed will cause (Points : 2) foreign investors to buy more T-Bills.planned inventory investment to fall.depository institutions to lend more freely.All of the aboveQuestion 12.12.(TCO 3) Consumption spending should increase if (Points : 2) financial wealth decreases.reserve requirements decrease.interest rates increase.credit availability decreases. Question 13.13.(TCO 3) An expansion in the U.S. money supply (Points : 2) will increase domestic interest rates.will cause the exchange value of the dollar to increase.will cause U.S. exports to increase.will cause U.S. imports to increase. Question 14.14.(TCO 3) Monetary policy impacts the economy (Points : 2) by affecting real spending directly.by affecting real spending through the financial sector.by changing interest rates and the cost of housing.All of the aboveQuestion 15.15.(TCO 3) M2 includes(Points : 2) currency in circulation.demand deposits.Both A and BNone of the above
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