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Q: economic ( No Answer,   1 Comment )
Subject: economic
Category: Business and Money > Economics
Asked by: stitch1984-ga
List Price: $2.00
Posted: 12 Jul 2006 09:27 PDT
Expires: 11 Aug 2006 09:27 PDT
Question ID: 745614
Suppose the Fed increased the money supply to $1,800 billion.  What
would happen to equilibrium price and quantity?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: economic
From: jack_of_few_trades-ga on 12 Jul 2006 13:45 PDT
The graphs on the page you referrenced will answer this question for
you... Simply slide the Money Supply bar (noted by big S little m
[Sm]) to the right to signify an increase in the money supply.  Then
look at the effects on the graph on the far right for your answers.

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