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What is Economist

An economist is a person that studies and theorises on the economy (monetary system). They look at passed data and analyse it to give predictions on where the economy is heading and the factors that can sway the results. They observe supply and demand for goods and services and how it is changing and what could influence it. Macroeconomics is the study of world economics or a country’s economic status. Microeconomics is the study of a small section of the whole economy or individuals in certain circumstances.

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