What are the elements that make up the world’s economy? The macroeconomy and financial markets are made up of millions of individual decisions, creating commerce and the movement of assets. The world’s economy is the product of the collective consciousness of millions of individuals—and each individual’s human experience is shaped by how they view the world.
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