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Generally speaking, the greater the amount of financial wealth people hold in the form of near-monies, the: A) greater is their willingness to spend out of their money incomes, B) less is their willingness to spend out of their money incomes, C) greater is the transactions demand for money, D) less is the asset demand for money

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