economic indicator

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economic indicator

n
(Economics) a statistical measure representing an economic variable: the retail price index is an economic indicator of the actual level of prices.
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economic indicator

nWirtschaftsindikator m
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The index of coincident indicators, such as industrial output, retail sales and new job offers, slipped to 107.
The Conference Board's index of coincident indicators, a measure of current economic activity, increased 0.
Meanwhile, after revision, the index of coincident indicators also scored a positive growth in March, following 13 months of consecutive decline.
Coincident indicators including industrial production, along with gross domestic product, have expanded since mid-summer.
4) the construction of coincident indicators for the main economic variables, which give an idea of their latest trends.
On May 22, 2007, the New York based research firm The Conference Board published leading and coincident indicators for Spain.
The diffusion index of coincident indicators is designed to jp measure the current state of the economy, the Cabinet Office said.
Coincident indicators shift at about the same time as the overall economy, while lagging indicators change after the economy does.
In addition, weaknesses among the coincident indicators remain very widespread, with none of the components increasing in recent months.
The diffusion index of coincident indicators is designed to measure the current state of the economy, the Cabinet Office said.
The weaknesses among the coincident indicators have become more widespread than the strengths during this period.