Definition of macroeconomy in English:

macroeconomy

Syllabification: mac·ro·e·con·o·my
Pronunciation: /ˌmakrōiˈkänəmē
 
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noun

A large-scale economic system.
More example sentences
  • First, the relationship between the monetary standard and the macroeconomy is not addressed.
  • The view expressed by Hamilton is that oil shocks affect the macroeconomy primarily by depressing demand for key consumption and investment goods.
  • While government is a major concern, economists must also forecast short run developments in the macroeconomy.

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