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Question: If the money demand function is given by MD = 1000 100i (where i is nominal interest rate measured in percentage points, ie. 10% means i = 10), then the central bank can fix the money supp

Question: If the money demand function is given by MD = 1000 – 100i (where i is nominal interest rate measured in percentage points, ie.

Question: If the money demand function is given by MD = 1000 – 100i (where i is nominal interest rate measured in percentage points, ie. 10% means i = 10), then the central bank can fix the money supply at 800 and ensure that i = 5. Is this True or False…

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