Assuming that Country A has a population of 500,000 and only produce 1 good: cars. Country A produces 100,000 cars per year. The people in Country A purchase 90,000 cars, but there are not enough cars to fulfill all the demand. They decide to import 50,000 more. The government buys 25,000 cars for its police force, and 10,00
What is happening to the value of the U.S. dollar these days? What causes the value of the U.S. dollar to rise or fall? Who demands U.S. dollar? Who supplies U.S. dollar? When we purchase German products, does our demand for euro go up or down? What are freely floating exchange rates all about, and how do they work? How can the falling U.S. dollar impact your travel expenses? Why would a cheap dollar relative to other nations' currencies be good or bad for U.S. trade?
What is happening to the value of the U.S. dollar these days? What causes the value of the U.S. dollar to rise or fall? Who demands U.S. dollar? Who supplies U.S. dollar? When we purchase German products, does our demand for euro go up or down? What are freely floating exchange rates all about, and how do they work? How can the
What are the advantages and disadvantages of free trade? From an economic point of view, is free trade better than limited or no trade? Have you benefited from free trade? how?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of free trade? From an economic point of view, is free trade better than limited or no trade? Have you benefited from free trade? how? How is the economy impacted by trade? With countries like China or Brazil growing fast, should the U.S. promote more free trade agreements?
How does the fractional reserve requirement constrain banks in money creation?
Do you think banks can self regulate themselves? One would think that they should be held accountable for their mistakes but as we have seen, Uncle Sam came to rescue many of the banks for certain bankruptcy. What is the flaw with the government always bailing out banks or any firm for that matter?
Do you think the government did right to help bail out struggling firms? Should it help firms? Is there a risk for having the government bail out firms?
Is the Fed controlled by Congress or the executive branch of the government? What are the three tools the Fed has available to influence the economy? What can it do today to get the economy to recover?
What is the "current macroeconomic situation" in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently concerned about unemployment, inflation, recession, etc.)? What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time?
In at least 300 words with a reference and an article, please help me explain What is the "current macroeconomic situation" in the U.S. (e.g. is the U.S. economy currently concerned about unemployment, inflation, recession, etc.)? What fiscal policies and monetary policies would be appropriate at this time? Please help me expla
1. What is a Phillips curve? Assuming the economy's aggregate supply curve is stable, how would an increase in aggregate demand affect the unemployment rate and the inflation rate? 2. Consider this statement: "Banks do not create money because this is the Fed's responsibility". Do you agree or disagree? 3. What are some proble
1. Contrast the Keynesian and Monetarist views on how a change in the money supply impacts the economy?explain 2.Discuss the determinants of the equilibrium interest rate and how it may change.explain 3.Contrast the Keynesian and Monetarist views on the effectiveness of fiscal policy? explain
Use the table below: Value in billions Personal consumption expenditures $1000 Gross private domestic investment $500 Net exports $300 Imports $180 Government purchases of go
1) What is the inflation rate? Is inflation a worry, or are we in a period of stable prices? 2) What is the unemployment rate? Will a high unemployment rate cause deflation? What is the current structure of the labor market? How does the current structure affect the threat of cost push inflation or deflation? 3) What is th
Please help with the following questions. 1. Using the basic circular flow model, explain why the value of businesses' output of goods and services equals the income of households. Suppose the U.S. nominal GDP increases form one year to the next year. Can you conclude that these figures present a misleading measure of eco
Hi, I need some assistance answering the attached problem.
Explain why business and consumer expectations about the economy are more important when the Fed uses expansionary monetary policy then contractionary monetary policy. Be specific by explaining how monetary policy works to either increase or decreases GDP.
What will be the impact on the equilibrium income and the interest rate if the federal reserve expands the money supply and the federal government has an expansionary fiscal policy?
The demand for money in a country is given by: Md = 200,000 - 200,000r +Y Where Md is money demand in dollars, r is the interest rate (a 10% interest rate = r = .1), and Y is national income. Assume Y is initially 1,000,000. a. Suppose the money supply is set by the central bank at $1,198,000. What is the equilibrium intere
Given this information, answer the questions below: Cash reserves = 5,500 Demand deposits = 100,000 The required reserve ratio is 5 percent. a.How much is the bank required to hold as reserves given its deposits are $100,000? b.How much are its excess reserves? c.By how much can this bank expand its loans? d.By how
The consumer price index is a fixed-weight index. It compares the price of a fixed bundle of goods in one year with the price of the same bundle of goods in some base year. Calculate the price of a bundle containing 200 units of good X, 150 units of good Y, and 100 units of good Z in the years 2011, 2012, and 2013. Then answer
Which of the following transactions would not be counted in GDP? Explain your answers. 2) American airlines merges with US Airways 3) Walmart's inventory decreases. 4) You buy 5 quarts of oil and change the oil in your car. 5) You make $200 from a garage sale 6) Subway buys cheese to make subs 7) You buy a new textbook 8)
See the attached file. 2. There are many views of the state of the global economy in the late summer-early fall of 1998. Below are some of these views. From your reading of Commanding Heights (Yergin and Stanislaw), current news accounts, research into various economies and Macroeconomics (Dornbusch and Fischer), critically a
Give an example of an event or incident that has taken place in the U.S. economy which has a major economic impact--be specific, e.g., 9/11 attack, natural disaster, rise or fall in oil prices due to OPEC policies, consumer optimism or pessimism about an expected economic expansion or downturn, increase in government spending on
Why did people believe the difficulties Asian economies were experiencing in 1997-1998 might bring a recessionary gap to the United States? In dealing with the recession of 2008, why is it important for the Fed and Congress to coordinate monetary and fiscal policy measures?
How is the U.S. national economy different from those of other nations? 100 words minimum please!
For the Portfolio Project, I am required to conduct an analysis of a recent article, less then 5 months old and provide an evaluation and outcome expectations in a written response that discusses: I need assistance first * Locating an article ( example) that would meet the criteria below: ***A minimum of three general ec
As a student, what opportunity costs do you confront by enrolling in University of Phoenix's MBA program? Does your organization or an organization with which you are familiar consider opportunity costs when evaluating strategic opportunities? For your organization, are opportunity costs fixed costs, variable costs, both, or nei
What concepts are shown in Corporate Finance? Which concepts are more prevalent in the business world today? How are the concepts incorporated in the day to day business?
Thank you for any help that you can provide. I've stated the questions below: 1. Describe the two key tools of monetary policy, and describe how they would be used by the Bank of Canada to implement a contradictory monetary policy. 2. The economy of Kenya is in recession, and the recessionary gap is large. The World Bank h
Calculate the required numbers given the following information: (1) If the reserve ratio requirement is 5%, what is the money multiplier? ___________ (2) If the total deposits in the banking system are $250 million, what aggregate amount of dollars must be held by the Fed for all banks? ______________ (3) What is the a
Given that the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) is .875: (1) What is the marginal propensity to save (MPS)? (2) Calculate the spending multiplier. (3) If the government stimulates the economy via new spending of $150 million: (a) What is the total projected spending that this could generate throughout the economy