Business Conditions

Business Conditions

The general state of an economy as it affects individual businesses. Examples of business condition indicators include profits, revenues and productivity.
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Business confidence is sky high and business conditions in Tasmania are the best in the country according to todays NAB Business Survey.
Heading into 2016, consumers are cautious about the labor market and expect little change in business conditions.
Mortgage originators told surveyors their business conditions somewhat improved compared to last year, but regulations still hobble their abilities to make mortgage loans.
Index was driven by weaker expectations for real sales gains and business conditions and a marked deterioration in profit trends.
Global Banking News-2 October 2009-BNP Paribas says Japanese business conditions have improved(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
In spring 2007, The Industry Measure Business Conditions Index (BCI) of all print and prepress establishments declined from 73.
Although area businesses are increasingly discouraged about current and future business conditions for their company, they continue to feel much better about their company's prospects than the prospects of the Detroit Region.
The Mid-America Business Conditions Survey for March showed the business conditions index for Arkansas dropped slightly from February.
The second quarter stepped off to a strong start; the Business Conditions Index (BCI) of the NAPM-NY, the Association's principal gauge of current economic conditions, rose from 271.
Each information technology investment, according to this view, should be tailored to the specific business and the specific business conditions at the time of investment.
THE HEAVYWEIGHTS OF CORPORATE Japan ended 2003 with a forecast-busting vote of confidence in current business conditions.
The diffusion index of business conditions in all industries came to a seasonally adjusted minus 26.

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