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An increase in the money supply will lead to which of the following in the short run? A. higher interest rates B. decreased investment spending C. decreased consumer spending D. increased aggregate demand E. lower real GDP

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Increased aggregate demand raises prices and conditions demand inflation.

The correct answer is dd.

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