9. Economics. Contents. Introduction 2. Unemployment an

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Economics
1ContentsIntroduction..............................................................................................................................................2Unemployment and Labor Participation rate...................................................................................2Inflation rate.............................................................................................................................................3Declining growth of GDP......................................................................................................................4Imbalances of components of GDP expenditure leading increased debts and deficits.......6Fiscal and Monetary Measures...........................................................................................................7
2IntroductionIn today's era, it is impossible to think about any important business presentation suchas on earnings reports, sales turnovers, revenue reports without the use of the term“headwinds” by the businesses. From the point of view of aviation, a headwind is a windthat pushes back against the front of the aircraft in contrast to a tailwind that acceleratesan economy. So if we talk about the business definition of headwind, it would imply allthe situation or conditions that make the growth prospects much harder. Since the endof 2016, the United States is facing sluggish economic growth and still is experiencingmajor obstacles in efforts to boost full level recovery of the economy due to the followingfactors. . The problematic trends in the United States may lead to inappropriate spill-over effects on the overall global economy (TRADING ECONOMICS | 300.000INDICATORS FROM 196 COUNTRIES, 2017).Unemployment and Labor Participation rateIn 2016, U.S. job growth has been disappointing. As per the monthly nonfarm payroll,(NFP) report in December 2016 stated a little of 38,000 non-agricultural jobs added inJanuary 2017, much lower than the expected 162,000. The unemployment rate hasbeen reported at 4.7% It is very important for the policy makers to take intoconsideration the labor force participation, as the official unemployment rate can be amisleading indicator to get an idea of economic recovery (Zero Hedge | On a longenough timeline the survival rate for everyone drops to zero, 2017).
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