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 leading and coincident economic indexes are composite averages of several individual leading or coincident indicators.
The index of coincident indicators, such as industrial output, retail sales and new job offers, slipped to 107.6 from 107.7 in July, against the 2010 base of 100, the Cabinet Office said in a preliminary report.
The Conference Board's index of coincident indicators, a measure of current economic activity, increased 0.1 percent last month after a 0.2 percent gain in September.
The composite index of leading indicators, however, advanced in May for the ninth straight month and the index of coincident indicators, after excluding the factor of long-term growth trend, also rose.
Coincident indicators including industrial production, along with gross domestic product, have expanded since mid-summer.
Keywords: Coincident indicators; cyclical estimates; flash estimates; monthly GDP; turning points detection JEL Classifications: C53; E32; E37
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.
The leading and coincident economic indexes are essentially composite averages of several individual leading or coincident indicators.
The diffusion index of coincident indicators is designed to measure the current state of the economy, the Cabinet Office said.
The index of coincident indicators, such as industrial output, retail sales and new job offers, advanced 0.9 point to 106.4 from the previous month, against the 2010 base of 100, the Cabinet Office said in a preliminary report.
Six of the 10 component coincident indicators available at present, such as production index and capacity utilization index, were in the minus column in June.