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Diaphanous

Translucent

Opaque

Sharp

alter

distort

diverge

impersonate

mild

gentle

savage

domesticated

venerable

modern

out-of-date

antiquated

flamboyant

fallacious

detestable

facetious

Compliments

Flamboyance

Lethargy

Benevolence

Compliments

Flamboyance

Lethargy

Benevolence

Business

History

Economics

political science

Supposed to

Is supposed to

Was supposed to

None

Are, spoken

Are, speaking

Has, spoken

Have, spoken

Flamboyant

Fallacious

Detestable

Facetious

Question 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 are based on the following reading.

The Federal Reserve System is an independent agency of the :United States Government that helps oversee the national bank system. Since 1013 the Federal Reserve System, commonly called the Fed, has served as the central bank for the United States. It consists of twelve District Reserve Banks and their branch offices,along with several committees and councils. All national commercial banks are required by law to be members of Fed, and & , all deposit taking institutions are subject to regulations by the Fed regarding the amount of deposits that must be held in reserve an therefore, are not available for loans. The most powerful body is the seven-membe: Board of Governors in Washington, appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate.The system's primary function is to control monetary policy by  influencing the cost and availability of money and credit through the purchase and sale of government securities. If the Federal ;Reserve provides too little money, interest rates tend to be high,borrowing is expensive, business activities ‘slows down, unemployment goes up and there is danger of recession. If there is too much money, interest rates decline and borrowing can lead to excess demand, pushing up prices and fueling inflation. The Fed had several responsibilities in addition to controlling the money :supply. In collaboration with US Department of the Treasury, the Fed puts new coins and paper currency into circulation by issuing them to banks. It also supervises the activities of member banks board and regulates certain aspects of international finance.

Banking

The federal reserve system

The board of governors

Monetary policyMonetary policy

to borrow money

to regulate monetary policy

to print government securities

to appoint the Board of Governors

demand for loan increases

unemployment goes down

interest rates go up

business expand

Business

History

Economics

Political Science

High unemployment rates

too much money in the economy

Very high fuel prices

A limited supply of goods.

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