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Economic indicator

Statistical data showing general trends in the Economy. Those with predictive value are leading indicators; those occurring at the same time as the related economic Activity are coincident indicators; and those that only become apparent after the Activity are lagging Indicator. Examples are Unemployment, Housing starts, Consumer Price Index, Industrial production, bankruptcies, GDP, stock Market prices, Money supply changes, and housing starts. also called business Indicator.

Related Terms: 25 Activity, Bankrupt, Call, Coincident indicator, Consumer, Consumer Price Index, Economic, Economy, Housing starts, Index, Indicator, Industrial production, Inc., Lagging indicator, Leading indicator, Money, Market, OCC, Price index, Rent, Ring, Supply, Stock market, Trend, Unemployment
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