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Learn how a recession or a boom in economy can affect your investments

Investing can often be a bumpy ride, especially in the shorter term. Macroeconomic conditions on a national or global level are largely responsible for these bumps, and are influenced by factors such as inflation, economic growth, and fiscal and monetary policy.

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