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6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply6. The economy is in a recession. Which option does not help the economy? a) eliminating barriers to free trade (helps the economy by increasing exports) b) depreciating the domestic currency (encourages exports) c) increase money supply (lowers interest rates, increases investment) d) decreasing money supply

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Small Tutor Amanda Afi

Answer is D. Decreasing money supply shifts MS curve left. This increases interes...


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