Macroeconomic policies

This refers to the tools used by governments to stimulate or control their national economy.

Macroeconomic policies typically address employment levels, money supply, inflation, national income, growth rates, and interest rates. The market’s assessment of a government’s macroeconomic policies typically affects the country’s currency exchange rates.

Macroeconomic policies is a term normally found in business economics and financial management.

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