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Economy

The economy is a balance of producers creating and releasing goods, and consumers snatching up those goods. The economy is a reflection of all activity linked to production, consumption and the trading of goods and services within an area. Some closely watched indicators that are used to measure the health of an economy include the gross domestic product, unemployment and inflation. The Federal Reserve closely monitors the health of the economy and will make policy changes in order to keep the economy growing at a steady pace without overheating or falling apart. To learn how you can take advantage of changes in the economy, check out the articles by our experts.

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Nothing herein should be considered personalized investment advice. The advice we provide is published generally, is not personal to you and does not take account of your personal circumstances. You should not base investment decisions solely on this document.
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