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An increase in the money supply will:
 
A. not change the​ long-run aggregate supply curve but ultimately will only raise the price level in​ the long-run equilibrium price level.
B. move the equilibrium point along the​ short-run aggregate supply curve.
C. shift the aggregate demand curve outward and to the right.
D. All of the above.

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manhokwe tawanda
manhokwe tawandaLv10
23 Oct 2020

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