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ECONOMICS LINKS - olahighgardner

ECONOMICS LINKS - olahighgardner | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
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Every one in the world trades. If you have something someone wants and they have the something you want , you trade. It also can be services that you trade. When a country produces more of things they have an absolute advantage. When you trade there is a thing that is called comparative advantage and that is when they produce it more efficiently, than the other. In the video USA has more total absolute advantage over china because they produce 10 planes and 30 toys. A country should not trade if there producing the same amount of things, because that means you don,t win anything or loose anything. But china has a more comparative advantage over USA because they make things for efficiently. The two trading would help USA but not so much help China because of the trading option. They would both get the product there looking for at a lower opportunity cost. 
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Weird ways central banks can increase inflation

Weird ways central banks can increase inflation | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
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Here's Exactly How Much You Need in an Emergency Fund (And How to Save It)

Here's Exactly How Much You Need in an Emergency Fund (And How to Save It) | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Starting to save—and figuring out that magic emergency fund number—is the key to successfully surviving a disaster.
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The cities with the lowest unemployment rates in America

The cities with the lowest unemployment rates in America | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
If you want to find the U.S. cities with the lowest rates of unemployment, you'll have to look beyond the coasts.
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The continuing myth of free college

The continuing myth of free college | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Hillary Clinton’s proposal still lacks many necessary specifics and suffers from some of the same problems that higher-education experts pointed out in Bernie Sanders’ plan months ago.
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By giving everyone the the chance of free higher education it would lower the value of a college education.
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Venezuela scrambles to head off collapse

Venezuela scrambles to head off collapse | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
With the nation on the brink of collapse, Venezuelan officials Monday were scrambling to keep the country afloat.
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8 Ways to Save $1 Million Dollars Before You Retire

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Start saving when you are young and never stop hunting for bargains regardless of how much money you have.
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As U.S. wages rise, CEOs are starting to complain

As U.S. wages rise, CEOs are starting to complain | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
The typical wage in America is now $828 a week, up from $730 during the depths of the Great Recession. CEOs and Wall Street have noticed and have even started complaining.
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Democrats aren't the only tourists flocking to Philadelphia. So are heroin addicts

Democrats aren't the only tourists flocking to Philadelphia. So are heroin addicts | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Hundreds of heroin addicts from other states have washing up in Philadelphia, drawn by the purity and cheap price of cartel-produced heroin northwest Mexico.
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Bernie Sanders is right the economy is rigged. He’s dead wrong about why.

Bernie Sanders is right the economy is rigged. He’s dead wrong about why. | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
The economy gets rigged when people protect their jobs through regulation.
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On Trade, Donald Trump Breaks With 200 Years of Economic Orthodoxy - NYTimes.com

On Trade, Donald Trump Breaks With 200 Years of Economic Orthodoxy - NYTimes.com | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
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Government says unemployment is at 5% — but here's the bigger picture

Government says unemployment is at 5% — but here's the bigger picture | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
The Labor Department said Friday the U.S. unemployment rate is at 5 percent. But does that tell the whole story?
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Real World Shows Economics Has a Deflation Problem

The textbooks insist that people cut spending when prices drop. Does that make any sense?
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How Does Social Security Work?

How Does Social Security Work? | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Social Security was started in 1935 and has covered retirees ever since. But how exactly does it continue to cover us all?
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Econocracy has split Britain into experts and ordinary people

Econocracy has split Britain into experts and ordinary people | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
The ‘post-truth’ referendum campaign offered an alarming example of how the population has become alienated from economic discussion
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French protest against bill tampering with 35-hour week

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Japan to unveil huge $266bn economic stimulus, say reports

Japan to unveil huge $266bn economic stimulus, say reports | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Shinzo Abe aims to breathe life into moribund economy with expected boost for low earners and infrastructure schemes
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The 19 most productive countries in the world

The 19 most productive countries in the world | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
New research from business to business marketplace Expert Market has shed some light on where in the world people are the most productive.
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Grading the Obama Economy, by the Numbers

Grading the Obama Economy, by the Numbers | Ola AP Macroeconomics and Honors Economics | Scoop.it
Today, some eight years after the worst financial collapse since the Great Depression, the nation's economy is once again central to both parties' appeal to voters.
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