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Business Cycle

Business Cycle What is it? The economy of a certain country, in this world of global understanding makes a huge difference to the world economy. The rise and fall of the market determines the prices of various things all over the world. Economy is something which does not remain static, it changes, sometimes very quickly, sometimes gradually. The rise and fall of the economy is basically what is identified as a business cycle. This can be best explained with a simple example. Suppose during...

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Phases of Business Cycle Business Cycle (or Trade Cycle) is divided into the following four phases :- Prosperity Phase : Expansion or Boom or Upswing of economy. Recession Phase : from prosperity to recession (upper turning point). Depression Phase : Contraction or Downswing of economy. Recovery Phase : from depression to prosperity (lower turning Point). Diagram of Four Phases of Business Cycle The four phases of business cycles are shown in the following diagram :- The business cycle...

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economy. The company either suffers or benefits depending on what kind of economy it is. This will depend on what kind of company it is, and what kind of market the business does well in. The Business Cycle is what determines this factor. It is a term used in economics to designate changes in the economy. Timing of the business cycle is not predictable, but its phases seem to be. Many economists site four phases—prosperity, liquidation, depression, and recovery. During a period of prosperity, a...

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The Business Cycle

The business cycle is like a roller coaster and this roller coaster definitely has its dips and peaks. In the cycle there are expansionary periods, peaks, downturns, and troughs. Each one is part of and essential in the cycle. Like a roller coaster you will go up and reach a peak and then you will have to drop. Although just because you drop does not mean you will reach the lowest point of the ride. Just like a coaster the business cycle has its high peaks and plunging drops. So lets start the...

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ASSIGNMENT 1 Introduction In macroeconomics, business cycle played an important role to show what a national economy is going; therefore, this essay will define what business cycle is and its characteristics. Besides, all of variables such as Real Gross Domestic Product (RGDP), inflation and unemployment rate and their behaviour in the business cycle will be also demonstrated in the second part. The final part of this essay will analyse and compare the situation of Australian economy and USA...

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Business Cycles

Chapter 10 (Business Cycles) Business Cycles (business Flucuations) The ups and downs in economy wide economic activities are called business cycles or busyiness fluctuations. When business fluctuations are positive they are called expansion, the opposite of expansion is contraction which is slow down in the pace of national economic activities. Phases of the business cycle over a several year period 1. A peak is when business activity reaches a temporary maximum with full employment and near...

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A Presentation on Different phase of Business Cycle Business Cycles   √ The term business cycle refers to  the recurrent ups and downs in the  level of economic activity, which  extend over several years.  √ Individual business cycles may  vary greatly in duration and intensity.    √ All display a set of phases. THE BUSINESS CYCLE Phases of the Business Cycle RECESSION TROUGH RECOVERY Level of business activity PEAK Time Level of business activity PEAK H T OW D R G N E R T Time √ Peak or prosperity phase: ...

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Business Cycle

ECO2021 The Business Cycle The business cycle, it is also called economic cycle, are periodically and unstable levels in the economy that an economy has in different periods of time. Even though it was considered to be predictable and stable, it is now considered as unpredictable, and unstable that could vary in any time. The Business cycle will guide the businesses, industries, and companies to act in a specific way, depending in which of the 4 phases the business cycle is. Since business cycle could...

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result, contractions and expansions of an economy's real output over time are inevitable. And while these fluctuations are the result of natural interactions between sellers and buyers, government intervention also affects these intervals. The business cycle is unavoidable because, in part, it is the economical representation of a volatile element: human psychology. In the example above, consumers are predictable. But we all know consumer preferences and their senses of well-being change, sometimes...

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