Predict Changes in the Euro–Dollar Exchange Rate
What Are Real Exchange Rates?
Empirical Evidence on the (Relative) Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)

Establish Money Market Equilibrium

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The money market equilibrium, with the equilibrium real interest rate, r1, and the equilibrium quantity of real money, m1.

Remember the variables that can shift the money demand and supply curves. In the next example, a change in the country’s output and nominal money supply is applied to the money market. You can predict how the real interest rate and the real quantity of money in the money market change.

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