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The financial crisis that hit the United States first and then the world economy starting in fall 2007 meant that the future prospects of many firms looked gloomy at best for some time. Comment on the effect of a recession on the investment curve (only) and on the level of investment, savings and the equilibrium real interest rate. Show your answer using a graph.

 

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Hi, can anyone tell how I can plot the values on the graph. Is there is any site for this to search best answer for this?

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