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From sources dated August 2022 – Dec 2022, collect 4 articles that relate to 4 different microeconomic topics discussed this semester in class. Refer to your book for eligible general topics. For each...

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From sources dated August 2022 – Dec 2022, collect 4 articles that relate to 4 different microeconomic topics discussed this semester in class. Refer to your book for eligible general topics. For each of the 4 articles, highlight or underline the salient points within the article. Attach the article or a photocopy of the article to a piece of 8.5 x 11 paper and list the topic, author, title of the article, source, date, and page (if applicable). If you are using a print source, you can fold the article under if needed. Please use staples or tape to attach the article. If you are using an online source, you can add the bibliography information to the top of the article page. On the same page, write a 3 to 4 sentence summary of each article as well as a 2 to 3 sentence personal impact (PI) statement explaining how the event or information may affect you as an individual. Articles can come from the same source but no more than 2 articles can come from the same week (Sunday through Saturday). Articles can be taken from any reputable news source including publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News, The Economist, and Time, and must relate to the course material. If you get your newspaper or magazines online, you can use it as your source. If you are not sure if an article is suitable, see me and I will look it over with you and give you advice. I do not review articles via email. You need 4 different articles that discuss 4 different microeconomic topics. Some articles may cover more than one topic but can be used only once. For example, if you have found an article that talks about the demand for oil and the costs of production in the oil industry, it cannot be used twice - once for the topic of demand and once for the topic of costs of production. It can be used once for the topic of demand OR the topic of costs of production.
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Komalavalli answered on Nov 28 2022
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Article 1: Factors affecting demand for oil in China
Oil prices dipped on Monday as mass demonstrations in China, the world's largest crude oil importer, stoked concerns about the future for fuel consumption. Brent oil lost $2.43, or 2.9%, to $81.20 a ba
el by 07:31 GMT, after losing more than 3% earlier in the session to $80.61 - the lowest level since January 4. In addition to growing concerns about falling fuel demand in China as a result of the rising number of COVID-19 infections, political instability caused by rare protests against the government's strict COVID-19 restrictions in Shanghai fuelled the sale.
Article 2: Demand and supply gap for wheat due to Russia and Ukraine
In January of this year, the price of flour in the capital was Tk 34/kg, and it began to soar when Russia invaded Ukraine on Fe
uary 24. India restricted wheat shipments at the end of May to reduce local costs, which has driven up prices in Bangladesh, which has become a key supply of the crop in recent years. This created a supply shortage with excess demand for wheat flour price increased.
Article 3:Price flood in BSEC
After the major indices went below 6,000 points on July 28, the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) reemployed price floors on all equities to halt the runaway slide of listed securities. Bangladesh's economy is under severe strain as a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Due to instability in the foreign exchange market, international investors have long expected the taka to decline against the US dollar. Stock
okers are under significant selling...

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