3. If interest rates rose more in Germany than in the U.S. and other things remained the same, then: a. U.S. citizens would buy more German bonds and German citizens would buy more U.S. bonds. b. U.S. citizens would buy more German bonds and German citizens would buy fewer U.S. bonds. c. U.S. citizens would buy fewer German bonds and German citizens would buy more U.S. bonds. d. U.S. citizens would buy fewer German bonds and German citizens would buy fewer U.S. bonds.

3. If interest rates rose more in Germany than in the U.S. and other things remained the same, then:
a. U.S. citizens would buy more German bonds and German citizens would buy more U.S. bonds.
b. U.S. citizens would buy more German bonds and German citizens would buy fewer U.S. bonds.
c. U.S. citizens would buy fewer German bonds and German citizens would buy more U.S. bonds.
d. U.S. citizens would buy fewer German bonds and German citizens would buy fewer U.S. bonds.

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