Economic assumptions

Economic assumptions

General market environment a firm expects to operate in over the life of a financial plan.
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Even using economic assumptions rejected by leading economists, this budget would still leave America deeply in the red.
VIII: Economic and Financial Risks The 2018 budget and medium-term financial and economic framework have been prepared in light of major financial and economic assumptions that have been based on the available economic information, updates, and circumstances, locally and globally Nevertheless, a number of these financial and economic variables may witness some updates that may affect assumptions positively or negatively, hence affecting the current estimations of the financial performance for the upcoming fiscal year and in the medium term.
By contrast, changes in broadly shared economic assumptions are far more likely to trigger a sell-off, by prompting investors to reassess the likelihood of actually realising projected cash flows.
Overall, underlying economic assumptions supporting the budget are generally in line with Fitch's forecasts.
The Moody's Analytics ESG offers a comprehensive solution -- combining models, software, economic assumptions, and model calibrations -- that helps insurers calculate capital requirements, value liabilities, and assess investment strategies.
But, as many critics have pointed out, the economic assumptions underlying the Trump administration's benign scenario appear improbable.
Szakacs said the state was poised for a clean, green future and should not risk that, while economic assumptions were incredibly precarious.
He said: "People need to consider the whole picture before making any bold or brash economic assumptions.
Coming into the presidency with economic assumptions that were broadly populist, he had the benefit of the newly established Council of Economic Advisers.
As Insider went to press, the Chancellor upped the pressure on the leave campaign with the publication of a Treasury-led study suggesting Brexit would cost each UK household the equivalent of PS4,300 a year and could see the UK economy shrink by as much as six per cent by 2030, which of course makes for great headlines despite being arrived at using the alchemy of economic assumptions.
He added that the expanded Committee, which includes heads of the permanent committees and members of the economic committee studied the projects, the policies and programs included in the draft plan for the different national economy sectors and submitted its visions and remarks on the assumptions on which the draft budget was made, the estimated investments, the forecast economic growth rates, the contribution of the different sectors, the growth in revenues during the years' plan, the possibility to achieve these rates, the assumptions that were made, the availability of suitable alternatives and options in case these financial and economic assumptions, outputs and indicators are not met.
Minority Leader Ronaldo Zamora was first to ask questions, spending an hour quizzing Ungab on the expenditure program, including the economic assumptions that served as the basis for the proposed budget.
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