Economic Variable

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Economic Variable

Any data accounted for in an economic model. An economic variable is any measurement that helps to determine how an economy functions. Examples include population, poverty rate, inflation, and available resources. See also: Indicator.
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Fitch's bi-monthly 20/20 Vision chart pack covers 20 major economies and 20 economic variables that are the focus of Fitch's economics team's global macro analysis and plots five years of high frequency economic data with consistent coverage across each country.
Hence, when political instability generates a level of uncertainty so great that economic agents are unable to decide, the firewall that prevents political variables from adversely affecting economic variables begins to break.
The ESG models a wide range of assets and economic variables including equities, corporate bonds, real estate, interest rates, and various macro-economic variables.
The economic surveys aim to provide a statistical database that contributes to the preparation economic variables estimates and national accounts in accordance with the proposed System of National Accounts, SNA, of the United Nations 2008.
Mohamed Shalaby pointed out that the consensus on the cost of milling is based on its revision every six months, according to the economic variables.
In most cases we find a statistically significant and theoretically predicted influence of three economic variables, namely the unemployment rate, inflation rate and growth rate of income, on both popularity and voting behavior.
Increase in fuel prices has a serious impact on major economic variables like inflation rate, exchange rate, poverty, unemployment, they said.
Recently, at the request of the New York Department of Labor, we took a closer look at our leading index for New York to weigh the relative contributions of the state and national economic variables behind it.
One could have reasonable doubts about the economic variables used in the regressions, mainly the per capita income and openness variable, which could be potentially endogenous and reverse causality could be an issue.
The conference represents an important event to discuss the municipalities' role in achieving sustainable development goals in the Gulf region in light of the economic variables experienced by the region.
To arrive at each risk score, the credit rater used a number of economic variables.
Economic variables included inflation rate, exchange rate, GDP, money supply, long run interest rate, short-term interest rate, and retail price of local oil.