Aggregate demand curve

Aggregate demand curve is a curve showing aggregate demand at all price levels, from a small demand at high prices to a large demand for lower-priced goods and services.

Aggregate demand curve in definition in Contemporary Business

Aggregate demand curve is a relationship between the price level and the quantity of aggregate output demanded when the goods and money markets are in equilibrium.


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