Good answer Damon Griffiths. Included in macroeconomics is Gross Domestic Product. Microeconomics focuses more on the operations within a single company or business such as their use of resources or budget/policy implementation. Considering the supply vs. consumer side question in current under-politics, I think families and other demographic consumer groups should be considered in microeconomics.
Macroeconomics deals with entire economics such as unemployment rates or lending rates. Microeconomics deals with single units such as family budgets or individual business.