The Federal Reserve System's four monetary policy goals are:
(a) low government budget deficits, low current account deficits, high employment, and a high foreign exchange value of the dollar.
(b) low rate of bank failures, high reserve ratios, price stability, and economic growth. (c) price stability, high employment, economic growth, and stability of financial markets and institutions.
(d) price stability, low government budget deficits, low current account deficits, and low rate of bank failures.
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