Macroeconomics is the broad study of economics, the social science that analyzes the production, distribution and consumptions of good an services. Macroeconomics studies, on a large scale, topics like unemployment, national income, inflation and money related issues that affect the greater population. Microeconomics is the opposite of this which focuses on individual investors in an attempt to better understand the decision-making process of firms and individuals.
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