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  1. Dear Economics help? What is economic welfare can you please elaborate on how it affects an economy? How do we know whether is inflation is increasing or decreasing? (I know its is a silly question! but i just don’t understand at all)

  2. Hi, after looking at the list below of all the countires and each has some number by it, I just got confused whitch contry has worse Debt and with has best or NO debt at all maybe? MAIN GOAL IS TO FIGURE OUT WHAT is the safe currency to keep to prevent my currancy’s value from melting? thanks for answering back

    Other selected Levels of Public Debt from 2007 est

    1 Zimbabwe 218.20 2007 est.
    2 Lebanon 186.60 2007 est.
    3 Japan 170.00 2007 est.
    4 Jamaica 126.50 2007 est.
    5 Sudan 105.90 2007 est.
    6 Egypt 105.80 2007 est.
    7 Italy 104.00 2007 est.
    8 Singapore 96.30 2007 est.
    9 Seychelles 92.30 2007 est.
    10 Greece 89.50 2007 est.

    11 Sri Lanka 85.80 2007 est.
    12 Belgium 84.60 2007 est.
    13 Norway 83.10 2007 est.
    14 Bhutan 81.40 2004
    15 Israel 80.60 2007 est.
    16 Cote d’Ivoire 75.20 2007 est.
    17 Jordan 72.40 2007 est.
    18 Morocco 67.40 2007 est.
    19 Hungary 67.00 2007 est.
    20 Germany 64.90 2007 est.
    21 Uruguay 64.80 2007 est.
    22 Canada 64.20 2007 est.
    23 France 63.90 2007 est.
    24 Portugal 63.60 2007 est.
    25 Mauritius 63.10 2007 est.
    26 Nicaragua 62.90 2007 est.
    27 United States 60.80 2007 est.
    28 Cyprus 59.60 2007 est.
    29 Austria 59.10 2007 est.
    30 Ghana 58.50 2007 est.
    31 India 58.20 2007 est.
    32 Argentina 56.10 2007 est.
    33 Philippines 55.80 2007 est.
    34 Tunisia 55.40 2007 est.
    35 Panama 53.00 2007 est.
    36 Colombia 52.80 2007 est.
    37 Gabon 52.80 2007 est.
    38 Albania 51.40 2007 est.
    39 Malawi 50.60 2007 est.
    40 Pakistan 50.60 2007 est.
    41 Kenya 48.70 2007 est.
    42 Croatia 47.80 2007 est.
    43 Costa Rica 46.60 2007 est.
    44 Aruba 46.30 2005
    45 Bolivia 46.30 2007 est.
    46 Netherlands 45.50 2007 est.
    47 Brazil 45.10 2007 est.
    48 Ethiopia 44.50 2007 est.
    49 Switzerland 44.20 2007 est.
    50 United Kingdom 43.60 2007 est

  3. do you think that the rate will increase say in the next month or two??
    holiday in june and need to buy some dollars?

  4. Can someone help me explain [ how intersest rate is the key to linking monetary policy and the money supply to investment decision]

  5. If you had to recommend ONE economics textbook for someone who works in finance but has never studied economics, what would it be?

    (PS – great website)

  6. hi i want to know will there always be jobs in the world? also has the world recovered from any economic disaster ?

  7. National economic activity is said to be cyclical”
    Explain and evaluate this statement with reference to traditional and more recent governtment inervention in the national economy

  8. It is becoming increasingly evident that theories of Efficient Market Hypothesis do not ring true- Stocks and indicies can be consistantly outperformed by individuals without relying on luck or “insider information”. The only way EMH can ring true is with investors who suffer from a lack of knowledge or ones that totally rely on historical data. If this is true, what is the best route for market capitalisation on stock prices, is it the case that we are actually in a market where there are currently massive inefficiencies and enormous profits can be made with only single sector market knowledge? I think so. Do you?

  9. Thank you for your altruistic sharing of your knowledge.
    I hope you receive as much as the beneficiaries of your wealth. cheers.

  10. Thank you very much for your terrific website. I’ve not been able to tear myself away from it.
    If i may, i have 2 questions.

    You mentioned that the ASEAN crisis differed from the Latin crisis, how so? and
    Is “national debt” and interchangeable term with “foreign debt”?

    Thankyou

  11. The recession started in the U.S.A. right, what triggered it for the rest of the world? or, What caused the rest of the world to go into recession?

  12. capitalist economies are essentially different from all previous of forms of economies discuss with reference to this question
    “The use of labour and machinery in productions”
    and also how would the Great thinkers like Adam Smith, Ricardo, or karl Max would have analysed.

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