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1)Sherman Peabody earns a monthly salary of $1,500, which he receives at the beginning of each month. He spends the entire amount each month at the rate of $50 per day. (Assume 30 days in a month.) The interest rate paid on bonds 10 % per month. It costs $4 every time Peabody sells bond.
- Describe briefly how Mr. Peabody should decide how much money to hold.
- Calculate Peabody’s optimal money holding. You can round to the nearest $0.50, and you need to consider only average money holding of more than $100
- Suppose the interest rate rises to 15 percent. Find the Peabody’s optimal money holding at this new interest rate. What will happen if the interest rate increases to 20 percent?
- Graph your answer to b. and c. with interest rate on the vertical axis and the amount of money demanded on the horizontal axis. Explain why your graph slopes downwards.
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