Geared to a Main Street audience, this e-newsletter will provide a sampling of the latest speeches, research, podcasts, videos, lesson plans and much more. Sign up now to have this emailed to you monthly at no charge.View Publication
Grade Level: 9-12 | PDF, 27 pgs.
Students create a graph of gasoline supply and demand and identify the market-clearing price. Students learn about the determinants of supply and demand. They graph a decrease in demand for gasoline and a decrease in supply of gasoline to understand how those factors affect prices. Note: Students should know what supply and demand are and be able to graph supply and demand data as well as draw supply and demand graphs. From the Inside the Vault article, "Why Do Gasoline Prices React to Things That Have Not Happened?"
Keep up with what’s new and noteworthy at the St. Louis Fed. Sign up now to have this free monthly e-newsletter emailed to you.
Fed in Print: An index of the economic research conducted by the Fed.