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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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com NH Leading Economic Indicator fell in May to a reading of 129.
A new economic indicator created by Assumption College economics professor Thomas White provides another tool for following the Worcester-area economy.
The economic indicator, shown to lead US business cycles by an average of eight months at cycle peaks, increased 0.
An economic indicator is information amassed and published by a government or private entity recording the activity in a particular economic sector, either in a specific industry or in an entire economy.
Taipei, March 5, 2010 (CENS) -- Taiwan's economic indicator flashed the third consecutive 'yellow-red' in January, with the composite index remaining at 37, according to the Cabinet-level Council for Economic Planning and Development (CEPD).
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The fact that Baby Boomers are now in their 40's to 60's in itself poses a strong economic indicator for future home sales will benefit from this increased demand.
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com subscribers remain bearish on the employment outlook for the new year--a key economic indicator.
The Census Bureau's economic indicator surveys provide monthly and quarterly statistics that are timely, reliable and offer comprehensive measures of the U.
While the government reported Friday that employers added 175,000 workers to their payrolls in March, fewer than expected, every other economic indicator pointed to strong growth that may well prompt the Federal Reserve Board to raise interest rates again soon.

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