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macroeconomics

the branch of economics concerned with aggregates, such as national income, consumption, and investment
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Long as well as Short-run relationship between macroeconomic variables and stock market exist in BRIC countries, but this relation is not consistent, it variesconcerning time and other circumstances (Chittedi, 2015).
On negotiations with International Monetary Fund (IMF), the advisor said that the fund exists as an international institution helping economies that face macroeconomic imbalances.
In its assessment on Pakistan's economy in the 'Asian Development Outlook' for 2019, which is a comprehensive analysis of macroeconomic issues in developing Asia, ADB says: 'Until macroeconomic imbalances are alleviated, the outlook is for slower growth, higher inflation, pressure on currency, and heavy external financing needed to maintain even a minimal cushion of foreign exchange reserves.
Successfully implemented reforms stabilized the macroeconomic situation and the nominal incomes of the population exceeded inflation.
However, in order to revert to a stable macroeconomic environment over the medium term, the report underlined the importance of continuation of the right mix of polices laying particular emphasis on initiating the structural reforms in order to take the growth momentum forward.
On last Tuesday, the premier had given 10 days to the Finance Ministry to present the macroeconomic framework.
Thus, emphasis of macroeconomic policies of the government would be on building fundamentals of the economy, stated the Minister.
So while protectionism has not been much used in practice as a macroeconomic policy, most economists emphatically consider that this is as it should be.
Deputy governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK), Youssef Al-Obaid, said that GCC central banks need to discuss with each other the possibility of overhauling macroeconomic models.
As per sources, the main aim of the IMF technical team's visit to Pakistan was to assess the macroeconomic state of the country and came upon the request of the Ministry of Finance.
The empirical results of the study confirm the existence of co-integration between macroeconomic instability and income inequality in Pakistan.