You have just been appointed as all-commanding leader of a major country. You have control over the monetary, fiscal, and foreign policy of your country.
What's the most important challenge to you?
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As all-commanding leader, you have different indicators available that show you the health of your economy. But choose wisely. There are consequences for every decision you take.
Your stock market shows how companies are valued in your country. Higher values mean that companies in your country are more profitable, but they could also be a sign for stock market speculation.
The interest rate your government needs to pay to borrow money for ten years. Generally, the lower the figure, the better it is for your government, but it might not be good news for savers.
This ratio shows how able your country is to pay back its debts, based on the goods and services it produces. The lower this ratio, the better.
This indicator shows you how many of your people are jobless, despite actively looking for work. As the leader of your country, you want this figure to be low.