Analyzing the Economic Year of the United States
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The following paper discusses the real GDP and its rate of growth, consumer demand, price cutting, the rate of inflation, interest rates and the actions of the Federal Reserve Bank. The latter is discussed according to a breakdown in the financial analysis of the nation's economic year.
From the Paper:“Analysis of Impact according to Aggregated Demand and Supply: The rise in stock market prices, given the recent long-term downward trend of the stock market could cause an upsurge in consumer confidence and drive stock prices higher. One might assume that a sharp upturn in prices of a good or service (such as a stock) might cause the demand for that good or service to decline rather than to rise. However, in light of recent past economic factors, demand for stocks could rise as investors anticipate an economic recovery. Demand could go up, stimulating the economy, and prices would thus continue to increase.”
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