This decreasing income and investment reduces

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their sales, they have to decrease investment. This decreasing income and investment reduces aggregate demand, but negatively affects employment, because when sales falling, business owners have to reduce their employees.
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Question # 2 A) Properties of ideal money: 1. Durable : the money must be made of a suitable material to guarantee its durability and can be used for many years. 2. Portable: money should be easy to carry, even if large sums are taken; therefore, an essential characteristic of money is that it be portable. 3. Divisible: the money must have the characteristic of being able to be divided into the necessary amounts according to the payment that I need to make, in other words it must be divisible. 4. Uniform quality: the quality of money must be uniform; people will hoard the best and spent the rest, reducing the quality in circulation. 5. Opportunity cost: “The fewer resources tied up in creating money, the more available for other uses”. (William A. McEachern 2017) 6. Stable value: “People are more willing to accept and hold money if they believe it will keeps its value over the time”. (William A. McEachern 2017) B) If I had to create a new currency based on the six properties of the ideal money, it must comply with the following characteristics: The currency must be durable, so it should not have a quick wear, it should also be light and easy to transport, in reference to this its
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