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Financial deregulation and markets

I'm requesting assistance with the below questions in order to prepare for an exam. The course is "Macroeconomics" author: Robert J. Gordon 11th edition text.
I'd appreciate any assistance with these questions?

23) As an individual, you cannot participate in the financial markets to issue new stock or sell new bonds because

a) it is too costly for individual savers to research your credit worthiness
b) your good reputation is insufficient to convince savers
c) you have a bad reputation
d) Your bank has foreclosed on your automobile loan

I THINK THE THIS IS "B" BUT NOT POSITIVE.

26) Which of the following was not part of the financial deregulation of the 1970â??s and 1980â??s?

a) banks could issue checkbooks for savings accounts
b) banks could pay interest on checking accounts
c) institutions other than banks could offer money-market mutual funds, from which checks could be written
d) All of the above were part of the deregulation

27) the quantity equation makes the demand for money depend on

a) the inflation rate and the unemployment rate
b) the unemployment rate and the level of interest rates
c) interest rates and the unemployment rate
d) none of these

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23) As an individual, you cannot participate in the financial markets to issue new stock or sell new bonds because

a) it is too costly for individual savers to research your credit worthiness
b) your good reputation is insufficient to convince savers
c) you have a bad reputation
d) Your bank has foreclosed on your ...

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