At the beginning of the story, there is a mass expansion to the economy. So much so that the protagonist can buy a vehicle. The economy continues to rise, eventually hitting the peak after the main character bought the mansion. However, this peak sends the economy into a recessing decline, where Timmy and the protagonist must move out of their home. The economy falls to the degree of the protagonist selling his kid for a really cool pencil. After hearing the news that the economy is rising again, the protagonist celebrates at a modern facility with strobe lights. The economy eventually rises again, allowing for the protagonist to purchase his son back and go to a decent mall.
Thanks for the transaction, broski. Here is your 1992 Toyota Paseo.
Wow! Thanks to a good government and a lack of problems the United States actually cares about, the current economy has allowed me to purchase a vehicle!
Wow Timmy! The balcony to this mansion is great! Too bad this is as good as it will get. Prepare for recession!
Well Timmy, we are now bankrupt. It's alright, it could always hit a trough and get better!
Sir, you haven't paid your taxes for three years.
I have sold my son. I got this really cool pencil in return, though.
Wow! We hit the trough! The economy is rising again! Time to party and not use my money wisely!
Wow! The economy has risen to the point where I can finally buy my son back AND go to the mall!