Open-market operations to influence, Macroeconomics

In your answer, discuss the Federal Reserve's use of open-market operations to influence the money supply and the respective consequences of such actions. Include a discussion of the money multiplier effect in your response. Justify your conclusions and provide appropriate examples.

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