Global Economics (Chapter 1 (Global Macroeconomy- international…
Global Macroeconomy- international macroeconomics :star:
Policy- course or principle of action, proposed by government, business or individual.
Debt- something (usually money) that is owed or due
Capital Gains-profit from sale of property or of an investment
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Depreciation - a reduction in the value of an Asset with the passage over time
Risk- chance that macroeconomic conditions (ex: exchange rates) government regulation, or political stability will effect investment (usually in a foreign country
Capital losses- difference between a lower selling price and a higher purchase price resulting in financial loss
Debt - When the amount of money is too small
Surplus- amount of something left over when requirements have been met, an excess production or supply over demand
Emerging markets - a country that has some characteristics of a developed market, but does not satisfy standards to be considered a developed market
Credit Rating- estimate of the ability of a person/organization to fulfill their financial commiym
Expenditure- the action of spending funds
Current Account- in economics, a country's current account is one of the two components of balance of payments and capital (balance of trade)
Income-money saved or received for work through investments
Foreign Exchange - institution/system to deal with foreign currencies !
Money- 150 Currencies in use today
Finance- the management of large amounts of money (by government or large business)
Financial instruments: savings accounts, credit cards, mortgages
Net creditor position- indicates positive net external wealth