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If the Bank of England wanted to discourage investment spending and reduce aggregate demand, it could?

A. reduce the required reserve ratio
B. sells securities on the open market
C. lowers the discount rate
D. buys securities on the open market
EXPLAIN

The prevention of major swings in economic activity can be handled most easily by the
A. household sector
B. business sector
C. financial sector
D. government sector
EXPLAIN
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