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Level I CFA: Economics: Aggregate Output, Prices, and Economic Growth-Lecture 3 financial growth



This is Reading 14 for the 2021 exam. This CFA exam prep video lecture covers: Understanding economies and diseconomies of scale – Economies of scale …

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Level I CFA: Economics: Aggregate Output, Prices, and Economic Growth-Lecture 3

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  1. Sir in 11.29 timeline in practice question , how capital flow will increase ? As you said that net export is increasing so it will earn money ? How out capital outflow please reply??

  2. Hi I have question regarding Example 5 from the curriculum about the interest rates

    In number 2, the real interest rate of 4% was given. But, they multiplied the rate in the equation as 4 only. The one I used was as 4% as (0.04)

    I know that the curriculum is always the one to be followed, but will this always the case for the rates going forward (like on L2, L3, or real life practice)? Thanks

  3. In Q2 When we have savings going up ,given constant investments,shouldn't the net exports decrease ?
    -When savings are up and investments are constant ,people will have more money to consume stuff and hence the imports would increase and net exports remain almost the same right? as for exports the investments are given constant so exports are not inc and imports are increasing so shouldn't net exports factor reduce due to rise in imports??

  4. Hi,

    In practice question No.2 You have mentioned that when Savings goes up (Which is part of the Aggregate income) Net exports go up, and automatically the net capital outflow.
    Later on, when explaining the relationship between Investment spending and aggregate income, when explaining the graph you have said that there is a NEGATIVE relationship between Net exports and income increase? you have specifically said that imports are going to be higher? How come?

    Thank you in advance

  5. Hi sir,
    In practice problem 2 of this video when net exports go up (which basically means exports>imports) so the economy will have more cash in hand so logically cash outflows should decrease as cash inflow from exports is higher than cash outflow from imports.

  6. Sir, I have a very specific question and I hope you will help us answering the question.
    1. I have practiced all the CFA L1 problems of IFT (All topic Q-Bank and answers). Both the books.
    2. I have also solved all the problems of CFA Institute study material (Chapter end Question Answers)
    Will this be enough for the preparation? At this point I really don't want to practice more new questions rather would like to revise the solved one again.

    Please provide your valuable insights.

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