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ECO 610 MILESTONE TWO ANALYSIS OF MACROECONOMIC DATA (SECTION II)

ECO 610 MILESTONE TWO ANALYSIS OF MACROECONOMIC DATA (SECTION II)

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Milestone Two: Analysis of Macroeconomic Data (Section II) In Module Five, you will submit a 4–6 page paper presenting your analysis of macroeconomic data following the steps outlined in Section II above. Document recent fiscal and monetary actions taken by U.S. authorities addressing business cycle phenomena. You will use your GDP and Consumer Price Index (CPI-U) calculations to compute a trend, assess variation, and describe patterns that you discern in relation to what you know about business cycle fluctuations. Consult FRED (Federal Reserve Economic Data) to determine what has been identified to be the natural rate of unemployment and the current rate of unemployment in the current period. Use the current relationship between actual and potential output to graphically or mathematically illustrate the current macroeconomic risk factors and explain why this result is of significance to the firm that you are considering. Describe the theoretical basis of each documented policy action that you have assembled and evaluate its effectiveness. After incorporation of instructor feedback, this milestone will be incorporated into your economic risk mitigation proposal. This milestone is graded with the Milestone Two Rubric


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