The Business Cycle - Unit 2

The Business Cycle

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Carys Brown

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The Concept of the Business Cycle
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The business cycle is a model used to describe short term fluctuations in economic activity using both Real GDP growth values compared to the time in years. The cycle flows through four phases: boom, downswing (contraction) , trough and upswing (expansion). As shown by the model, these phases repeat themselves roughly every 5 to 8 years. The trend line shows the Macroeconomic objective of GDP and the national goal to maintain 3¼% growth.

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The Business Cycle
Phases of the Business Cycle
Economic Indicators

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