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Which of the following would not generally be an example of contractionary monetary policy?

▸ The Fed increases the interest rate on reserves from 0.25% to 0.75%.

▸ The Fed increases the reserve requirement from 10% to 15%.

▸ The Fed sells short-term bonds to banks for reserves.

▸ The Fed buys long-term bonds for reserves.
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The Fed buys long-term bonds for reserves.

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