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9. Refer to Figure 15-1. The supply curve of dollars in the foreign exchange market represents
IV.foreigners’ purchases of U.S. assets.
10. A deficit in the current account implies
11. Suppose an American family from New York City eats in a restaurant in Mexico City. How will this transaction be recorded in U.S. international transactions?
12. Suppose Townsend’s exports equal $1,000 billion, its imports equal $950 billion, and purchases of foreign assets by its citizens equals $900 billion. What is the value of Townsends’ assets purchased by foreigners?
Chapter 311. A Phillips curve implies
2. Refer to Figure below. The figure shows the three phases of the inflation-unemployment cycle. What are these three phases, moving clockwise from point A?
3. Suppose that an economy experiences an increase in the unemployment rate and a decline in the inflation rate simultaneously. This situation would be consistent with a movement along a
4. In the three phases of the inflation-unemployment cycle, during the recovery phase,
5. In the three phases of the inflation-unemployment cycle, during the stagflation phase,
6. Refer to Figure 16-6. Suppose the economy was operating at point e in period 1.
What happens when workers and firms become aware of a rise in the general price to Pg?
7. Consider the following statement: “President Carter expressed concern about reports of rising inflation but insisted the economy is on the right course. He pointed to recent reductions in unemployment as evidence that his economic policies are working.” Identify the stage of the inflation–unemployment cycle.

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