The world’s second highest reserve currency after US Dollar, Euro has depreciated nearly 10% in last 4 months from its highest level (1.4487 USD per euro on August 29 which means 1.4487 USD needed to buy one euro) of this year and touched the lowest level of 1.2993 USD per euro on 14th December. The […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Demand of a particular good or services is denoted by the quantity that all the buyers are willing to purchase at any particular price of the same good or service. The buyers should have the willingness and credibility to become a valid buyer and then only it will be included in demand. A buyer who […]Continue Reading... No Comments.