W3 GDP Components Table for Week Three Report.doc

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Please use the following two tables in your Week 3 GDP and Economic Indicators Report: Part I paper. In the first table, the right column asks you to evaluate the volatility of GDP and its components. To do this, first, find the appropriate graphs as directed in the syllabus and view these graphs using the following two options: (1) “Percent Change from Year Ago” for the units and (2) 10yrs (10 years) for the range. Next, find the highest point on the line and the lowest point on the line and take note of the y-axis coordinates (the percent changes) of these points; those percent changes indicate the volatility of GDP and its components. Lastly, please note: When I refer to volatility, I’m simply referring to how much the particular component fluctuates over time. A good way to start your paper is to start with this Word document. Good luck! Use this table to compile information on GDP

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