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If the European Central Bank were to undertake a monetary policy designed to increase interest rates in the Eurozone, which of the following would likely be a result?
The international value of the euro would decrease in the foreign exchange market.
The Eurozone would experience an increase in foreign capital inflows and move towards a financial account surplus.
The Eurozone would experience an increase in net exports and move towards a current account surplus.
Imports would become more expensive for Europeans living in the Eurozone.
There would be a decrease in the supply of loanable funds in the Eurozone.