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How can changes in the interest rate affect aggregate demand?

A reduction in the interest rate will increase the incentive for consumers to spend money. This increases consumption which increases aggregate demand.

An increase in the interest rate will increase the incentive for consumers to save money. This reduces consumption which decreases aggregate demand.

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