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Essays and Essay Plans for Topic 2 HSC Economics

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Essays and Essay Plans for Topic 2 HSC Economics
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Economy Macroeconomics Economics National accounts International trade Currency Foreign exchange market International finance Balance of payments Current account Exchange rate Foreign-exchange reserves
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Economy Macroeconomics Economics National accounts International trade Currency Foreign exchange market International finance Balance of payments Current account Exchange rate Foreign-exchange reserves
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Therefore, exchange rate movements, or changes to the price of one currency in terms of another, have a significant impact upon a country’s international competitiveness, trade flows, investment decisions, inflation and many other areas of the domestic economy. Since Australia converted to a floating exchange rate system in 1983, the forces of supply and demand currently determine the value of its currency. Nevertheless, the Reserve Bank can intervene directly by dirtying the float or indirectly through monetary policy. All those who wish to purchase Australian dollars ($A) represent the demand for them whereas all those who wish to sell $A represent the supply. While a decrease in the value of the currency, or depreciation, results fr...
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