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Economics explained


The macroeconomy

The aggregate demand curve

The aggregate demand curve

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The aggregate demand curve represents the sum of all the demand curves for individuals and businesses in a country.

The aggregate demand curve slopes from left to right

Aggregate demand will rise as prices fall because people can afford more.

Aggregate demand will fall as prices rise because people can afford less.

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