Mixed forecasting

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Mixed forecasting

Development of forecasts using a combination of forecasting techniques.

Mixed Forecasting

A situation in which one or more analysts arrive at the same conclusion on a company's future price movement, performance, or some other metric by using several different forecasting methods.
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Mixed forecasts of rain in next three days spread fear across flood- ravaged state
Captain Alastair Cook had earlier scored 130, his 25th Test century, but he will be sweating over the mixed forecasts after he delayed England's declaration until their lead was a hugely conservative 468.
In spite of mixed forecasts, the participants unanimously agreed that "visibility of the industry is extremely short", suggesting the extreme volatility of the industry.
But analysts offer mixed forecasts for the Seattle-based brand which is teaming up with local player Tata Global Beverages to enter the Indian market.
But with mixed forecasts on the severity of rain due to hit South Wales again today, any time lost due to the weather will result in the biennial battle running into Monday.
However, experts made mixed forecasts following Newcastle's plight, with some claiming their demotion could see the club's corporate hospitality revenue plummet by as much as 75%.
Brokers are giving mixed forecasts for the FTSE 100 over the next 12 months, with wide discrepancies between predictions for the end-of-year position.
There was 6mm of rain at Aintree on Wednesday night, which Tulloch welcomed, but mixed forecasts have left him deliberating whether to water.