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Suppose the population of Area Y is relatively young, and the population of Area O is relatively old, but everything else about the two areas is the same. a. Would interest rates likely be the same or different in the two areas? Explain. b. Would a trend toward nationwide branching by banks and the development of nationwide diversified financial corporations affect your answer to part a? Explain.

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Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Suppose the population of Area Y is relatively young, and the population of Area O is relatively old, but everything else about the two areas is the same.

  1. a. Would interest rates likely be the same or different in the two areas? Explain.
  2. b. Would a trend toward nationwide branching by banks and the development of nationwide diversified financial corporations affect your answer to part a? Explain.

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