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    The business cycle is the alternating periods of growth and decline. There is four stages of the business cycle: Recovery, Peak, Recession, and Trough. During the recovery period the economy is growing. This means that there will be more job openings and businesses will increase product. People are willing to spend more money because times are good for them at the moment and they are very optimistic about the future. During the peak period the economy is at its highest point. This means that prices will be high because demand is high. During the recession period the economy is declining. This means that people are losing their jobs and production is slowing. People are spending less money. During a tough the economy is at a standstill. Based on my research I think the economy is in a recovery because there is more job opportunities opening up and people are making more money. In the article “U.S. Trade Deficit Widens as Exports Sag, Imports…

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    Title- Phases Of Business Cycle A business cycle is a periodic yet irregular upward and downward moment in a financial activity of any business, which is measured by fluctuations in GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and even other macroeconomic variables. The business cycle is also called a boom-bust cycle or an economic cycle. It is characterized by a boom in one period and a breakdown in the consequent period in the financial exercises of a business. These tremendous fluctuations in the monetary…

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    1. What are the phases of the business cycle? - The business cycle consists of four main phases: peak, recession, trough, and expansion. The peak is the when the economy is at a maximum. Although the peak is temporary, the economy is at full employment, the output is very high, and the price level usually rises. After the peak comes the recession. Recession is a time where the economy declines and usually lasts six months or more. The trough is the lowest point of a recession. In this phase,…

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    so workers became laid off. It all started in 1929 when the stock market crashed on October 29, 1929. Stocks were invented for buying and selling shares of a company. Because people were writing and advertising stocks and tell them they will become rich people went out and bought stocks and only months later the stock market crashes which means they all lose money. Once the people lost their money depression was formed. People lost their jobs because no one had any more credit to buy goods , so…

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    The Great Depression and the Great Recession are two periods of economic contraction both economic and social. A country 's economy is measured with a method called the, business cycle. The Business cycle is a series of cycles in the economy either by expansion or contraction. The Great Depression was actually caused by the economy sky booming, while the Great Recession was caused by rampant unemployment and the burst of the housing bubble. Although the Great Depression and the Great recession…

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    In 1929, it started. Industrial production declined, business collapsed and depression began in the United States of America. It starts with the rise of unemployment and it continues into a domino effect with people’s income decreasing, underutilized capacity, the drop in primary-product prices and the collapse of international trade combined to depress the international economy. Property owners felt scared because their assets were reducing, manufacturers had to deal with declining sales,…

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    Demand Side Policies and The Great Recession Of 2008 Katherine LeMar American Public University ECON102 – Introduction In the economy, a recession includes a fall in GDP (gross domestic product). The textbook explanation of a recession is a downturn in economic movement, described by no less than two successive quarters of decrease in a nation's GDP ("The NBER's Business Cycle Dating Committee", 2010). In other words, a major drop in customer spending culminating…

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    The national economy can be described as what keeps the nation working as a whole. Economists have figured four stages the economy goes through repetitively called the business cycle. This is used so they are able to predict an upcoming recession; also to see when the economy is expanding and by how much. Just like the government, there are two different sides to every theory on how things should be handled. This being rather how to improve the economy, or how to move the country out of a…

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    responsible for the Great Depression? Topic – Causes of the great depression Focus – How much was the great crash to blame for the depression that followed Limitation – Great crash, depression, and other factors within that given time period Instruction – Give a balanced account and finalise to what extent the stock market collapse was to blame Traps – Don’t write about causes of the crash, do mention other causes PLAN Hayek: natural cycle of the economy = boom  bust  Normal healthy economic…

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    the overall condition of the economy, and strict federal policies that accelerated the crash. The effects were devastating; both the stock market business and investors lost large fractions of their money, while banks began failing due to the economic instability brought by the crash. The first…

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