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Working with economic indicators : interpretation and sources

Author: Donald N Stengel; Priscilla M Chaffe-Stengel
Publisher: New York : Business Expert Press, 2012.
Series: Economics and finance collection.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Executives and managers hear or read headlines about recent economic data nearly every business day. Most important economic statistics are the products of programs designed to collect and analyze data to report summary results at regular intervals. Properly interpreted, these economic indicators provide useful barometers for different aspects of the economy and identify trends that aid better planning decisions.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald N Stengel; Priscilla M Chaffe-Stengel
ISBN: 9781606492826 1606492829
OCLC Number: 757491376
Description: 150 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction to economic indicators --
Fundamentals for interpreting economic indicators --
Indicators of economic activity --
Indicators of income --
Indicators of price levels --
Indicators of interest rates --
Indicators of resource utilization --
Indicators of international exchange --
Indicators of fiscal and monetary policy --
Sources of economic indicator data --
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Series Title: Economics and finance collection.
Responsibility: Donald N. Stengel and Priscilla Chaffe-Stengel.

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"Executives and managers hear or read headlines about recent economic data nearly every business day. Most important economic statistics are the products of programs designed to collect and analyze data to report summary results at regular intervals. Properly interpreted, these economic indicators provide useful barometers for different aspects of the economy and identify trends that aid better planning decisions. Economic indicators are available at the national level, state level, and even the regional and municipal levels. This text focuses on economic indicators for the overall U.S. economy, identifying major categories of economic indicators and describing the key indicators in each of the categories. Most key economic indicators are reported promptly on the Internet and are provided as formatted time series that can be readily downloaded and analyzed. This text will include links to the sources for key economic indicators, as well as websites that maintain calendars of upcoming announcements and consensus forecasts of the indicators shortly prior to a formal announcement"--Abstract.

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