- adj. Relating to macroeconomics.
- adj. Relating to the entire economy, including the growth rate, money and credit, exchange rates, the total amount of goods and services produced, total income earned, the level of employment of productive resources, and the general behavior of prices.
- adj. of or relating to macroeconomics
“Underlying these restrictions on countries 'ability to spend money to address pressing health needs is an IMF fixation on what it terms macroeconomic stability, by which it means very low inflation rates and no or limited deficit spending.”
“It requires more than short-term macroeconomic reforms and austerity measures.”
“The IMF can strive to incorporate "quick wins" identified by others--such as restoration of electricity services or jobs programs for unemployed youth--into sustainable medium-term macroeconomic policies.”
“With annual inflation running around 3.4%, he calls the macroeconomic stability a necessary "condition for economic growth.”
“So far the rapid improvement in macroeconomic data during the latter part of 2009 is inconsistent with your depression scenario.”
“The case for an overall freeze is weak in macroeconomic terms.”
“For his analysis of intertemporal tradeoffs in macroeconomic policy”
“LONDON—Commodities prices face increased volatility due to near-term macroeconomic concerns, but the long-term demand outlook remains bright, several of the U.K.'s largest globally diversified miners said Monday.”
“They both used the concepts of aggregate savings and investment to explain macroeconomic fluctuations.”
“In particular, he has emphasized the role of expectations in macroeconomic analysis.”
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