Tends to lead to an appreciation of a nation's currency.
Usually has no effect on a currency's exchange value
Tends to lead to a depreciation of the currencies of other nations
Tends to lead to a depreciation of a nation's currency
Ratio of the frictional unemployment rate to the cyclical unemployment rate
Sum of structural unemployment and cyclical unemployment.
Sum of frictional unemployment and cyclical unemployment.
Sum of frictional unemployment and structural unemployment.
Increasing planned investment.
Marginal propensity of the autonomous variable.
Bond prices will remain the same
Bond prices will rise
Bond prices will fall
None of these
Either increase or decrease, depending on the amount of excess demand.
Increase the demand for money.
Decrease the demand for money
Expand the supply of money
Contract the supply of money
A decrease in welfare payments
A purchase of government securities in the open market
A decrease in the Bank rate
A decrease in the corporate profits tax rates