Aggregate Supply

This refers to the macroeconomic calculation of the level all goods and services (including exports and imports) supplied at every price level, within a national economy during a given period.

Aggregate Supply, also known as Total Output, is demonstrated as a curve with, typically, production increases increasing supply as prices increase.

Aggregate Supply is a term normally found in business economics and financial management.

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