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Lagging indicator

An Economic indicator that changes after the overall Economy has changed; examples include labor costs, business spending, the Unemployment rate, the Prime rate, Outstanding bank Loan, and inventory book value.

Related Terms: 12 CLU, Economic, Economic indicator, Economy, Indicator, Inc., Loan, Outstanding, Prime, Prime rate, Unemployment, Unemployment rate
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