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Macroeconomics is the branch of economics that studies the economy as a whole, including the behavior of aggregate variables such as GDP, inflation, and unemployment. Macroeconomics focuses on the factors that influence the overall performance of the economy, such as monetary and fiscal policy, and the interactions between different sectors of the economy. Continue Reading Below

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