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Level I CFA: Aggregate Output, Prices, and Economic Growth-Lecture 5 financial growth

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百折不挠的赤 14/10/2021 - 9:49 PM

I am confused about the influence of housing prices. I thought as housing prices go up, people spend more on housing and feel less confident in their buying power, so demand less on other goods. As a result, consumption will go down. Can anyone correct this type of logic?

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sourav majumdar 14/10/2021 - 9:49 PM

isnt it true that if reserves increase there will be less money supply in the economy. Increase in reserve of the rbi also means that banks will increase interest rates, which will reduce cunsumer's purchasing power and aggregate deman will eventually fall.So as per what i reakon demand supply will shift to the left.

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Chayawuth 14/10/2021 - 9:49 PM

why does a higher bank reserves shift AD curve to the right? as it decreases the money supply, which means AD should shift to the left. Sorry if I misunderstood .

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anamika yadav 14/10/2021 - 9:49 PM

what does indeterminate, there are changes in the price level in first 2 scenarios and even for the real GDP for last 2 ones?

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Ananya Prakash 14/10/2021 - 9:49 PM

29:17 "Change in AD"=Increase means shift AD curve to the right or move along the curve in forward direction?

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