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www.thebalance.com/what-is-the-business-cycle-3305912

Aug 2, 2017 ... Stages. Each business cycle has four phases. They are expansion, peak, contraction and trough. They don't occur at regular intervals. But they ...

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Jun 18, 2011 ... Four Phases of Business Cycle. Business Cycle (or Trade Cycle) is divided into the following four phases :- Prosperity Phase : Expansion or ...

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May 8, 2017 ... A business cycle is divided into four phases: expansion, peak, contraction, and trough. These phases describe the cyclical nature of business ...

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Business cycles are identified as having four distinct phases: expansion, peak, contraction, and trough. Business cycle fluctuations occur around a long-term ...

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While each business is unique, the economy as a whole tends to ebb and flow in a predictable pattern. Economists refer to this pattern as the four phases of the ...

www.thoughtco.com/phases-of-the-business-cycle-1146345

Mar 27, 2017 ... A business cycle is defined by four distinct phases of fluctuation in economic indicators like real GDP.

www.economicsdiscussion.net/business-cycles/5-phases-of-a-business-cycle-with-diagram/4121

On the other hand, the line of cycle shows the business cycles that move up and down the steady growth line. The different phases of a business cycle (as ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-4-phases-of-business-cycle

Business cycle (or economic cycle) describes the variations in economic activity, both up and down. The four phases of a business cycle are: 1. Boom- When th...

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Sep 26, 2017 ... A business cycle is also called an economic cycle or trade cycle, and it consists of four distinct phases: expansion, peak, contraction and trough ...