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nowcast

(ˈnaʊˌkɑːst)
n
(Broadcasting) a report on current weather conditions
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Census Bureau, the nowcast of first-quarter real personal consumption expenditures growth fell from 2.
The outturn was in line with our August forecast as well as our monthly GDP nowcast.
Co-developed and powered by companies JCB and Nowcast, Japan's only international payment brand and the Japanese forerunner in big data analytics, "JCB Consumption Now" is the cutting-edge index for tracking today's consumption activities.
In separate research, the Britain Elects Nowcast has the Conservatives on 354 seats to Labour's 214.
1 percent, and the All Property Nowcast remains at an all-time high.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank's GDP Nowcast (as of September 30) forecasts third quarter growth of 2.
The Fed of New York Nowcast for Q2 GDP shows slowing momentum.
A Nowcast is an economic tool that allows you to see what is happening in the economy in almost real time.
Faust and Wright (2013) show that including accurate nowcast information dramatically improves inflation forecasting performance, especially in the near term; see also the results in Krueger et al.
Starting one year before the election, we updated our prediction each month, in a nowcast regularly released on The Monkey Cage, the blog site (http://www.
It also provides current weather conditions, hourly and daily forecasts, and historical information, as well as additional ClearPath API data such as Growing Degree Day, Hail Risk Advisor, Virtual Rain Gauge, and Nowcast.