ECN-360 Module 7 DQ 1- In many ways, the Federal Reserve does not control the level…….
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ECN-360 Module 7 DQ 1
Intermediate Economics - The Role of Federal Reserve Banks
Grand Canyon University
“In many ways, the Federal Reserve does not control the level of interest rates nor the money supply. Rather, this is controlled by the actions of individual banks throughout the economy.” Explain the rationale behind this statement. What action is required by the banks for Federal Reserve policy to be effective in stimulating the economy? What can the banks do to negate a Fed stimulus?