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the branch of economics that studies the overall working of a national economy

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Therefore, over the longer sample, we found that both channels through which oil prices affect the macroeconomy are important.
9) Researchers have emphasized several different theoretical mechanisms through which oil may affect the macroeconomy.
One reason that fluctuations in stock prices may affect the macroeconomy is that individuals who hold stocks, either directly or indirectly (for example, through mutual funds or pension plans), feel poorer when the stock market falls.
In the second session, the focus shifted to the federal budget's effect on the performance of the macroeconomy.
When the Bank reopened contacts with South Africa, the institution focused on helping the country to reshape its future macroeconomy and on the urban and education sectors, Sam recalls.
No doubt there are significant exceptions, but I believe our ability to attract the best and the brightest management talent to the nonprofit arena depends in part - in large part - on our ability to offer compensation that is not only equitable within a single association and competitive within the association community, but also competitive with wages paid within the macroeconomy.
This "internationalizing" of the macroeconomy has important implications for policymakers, since it affects their ability to conduct fiscal and monetary policy.
Egypt's method for achieving development is based on restoring stability of the macroeconomy and improving the investment environment to foster the flow of more capital into the country, he noted.
20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Supply chain planning and optimization partners Optilon and ToolsGroup are experiencing a record sales year in the Nordic region as more manufacturers and retailers prepare to defy the fragile macroeconomy by boosting their supply chain competitiveness.
FOMC non-voter) speaks on "Past, Present and Future: The Macroeconomy and Federal Reserve Actions" before the Financial Planners Association of Minnesota.
Also during Thursday trades the weak data on the macroeconomy of the U.
The yearly report evaluates competitiveness along nine parameters: institutions, infrastructure, macroeconomy, health and primary education, higher education and training, market efficiency, technological readiness, business sophistication and innovation.
Possible interest rate hikes in emerging countries and Greece's debt problems continue to linger, but stocks are unlikely to slide further given sustained optimism about solid results in the corporate earnings reports and the macroeconomy of the United States and Japan, they said.
Unlike the theorizations for equities - there is no clear framework to think about the potential path of the macroeconomy.
But TIAA cautions that commercial real estate doesn't operate independently from other sectors and that the macroeconomy has ultimate say in its future.