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Monetary Policy Practice

Quiz by Brad Poock

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17 questions
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  • Q1
    Stock prices have declined for the last two weeks
    Do nothing
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Tight money policy
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q2
    GDP dipped from 3 percent to 1 percent in the last year.
    Do nothing
    Tight money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Easy money policy
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q3
    The CPI and PPI have risen 3 percent in the last six months.
    Tight money policy
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q4
    Commercial interest rates are rising, but the FED has not raised rates.
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    Tight money policy
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q5
    The prices of cars have tripled in the last year.
    Tight money policy
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q6
    GDP is growing steadily, and prices are rising sharply.
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Tight money policy
    Do nothing
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q7
    The United States is experiencing both high inflation and high unemployment.
    Easy money policy
    Tight money policy
    Do nothing
    Moral persuasion
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q8
    The CPI is up, and housing starts are at a fifteen-year high.
    Tight money Policy
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q9
    We are in a recession. Factory orders are down, and the economy appears to be slumping.
    Do nothing
    Moral persuasion
    Easy money policy
    Tight money policy
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q10
    Consumers feel worried, inflation is low and spending is sluggish.
    Do nothing
    Moral Persuasion
    Easy money policy
    Tight money policy
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q11
    Unemployment is low and prices are rising steadily.
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    Tight money policy
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q12
    The index of leading economic indicators shows a strong move towards inflation.
    Do nothing
    Tight money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Easy money policy
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q13
    The FED senses that people are not saving money.
    Easy money policy
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    Tight money policy
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q14
    Jobless rates are pushing 11 percent while the CPI has fallen from 8 percent to 2 percent growth.
    Tight money policy
    Easy money policy
    Do nothing
    Moral persuasion
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q15
    We are in a recession but are experiencing high inflation.
    Tight money policy
    Easy money policy
    Do nothing
    Moral persuasion
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q16
    The money supply appears to be tight, and prices are on the rise.
    Moral persuasion
    Do nothing
    Easy money policy
    Tight money policy
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q17
    Prices are stable, and the GDP is growing at a 3 percent pace.
    Tight money policy
    Moral Persuasion
    Easy money policy
    Do nothing
    30s
    Edit
    Delete

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