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Second, the cyclically adjusted balances (dashed lines) do not appear substantially different from the unadjusted balances (solid lines), suggesting that the cyclical adjustments have had little effect.
Where CS denotes the cyclically shifting number defined as CS [member of] (1,2,.
If not all locations will be visited, or if counts are made cyclically, make certain the locations and cycles do not follow an easily predictable pattern and advise the client as late as possible about locations or cycles to be observed.
Feeder bases were instrumented with measuring devices and cyclically loaded on a computer controlled universal test machine to duplicate the stresses produced during firing.
Beginning with the estimate of the cyclically adjusted deficit for the first quarter of 1989, BEA will temporarily discontinue use of detailed models to derive the estimates.
A modestly growing economy with the cyclically sensitive sectors at still depressed levels is a relatively stable and safe, if not exciting, environment," said Larry Kantor, Head of Research.
Contract award: cyclically aerial photography slovenia 2015-16 (cas 2015-16).
stock market as measured by the Cyclically Adjusted Price Earnings ratio (the CAPE Ratio).
We expect borrowing this year to exceed the OBR forecast by a significant amount, but this is largely a cyclical rather than a structural phenomenon, and we expect the cyclically adjusted current budget deficit to be eliminated in 2016-17, consistent with the government's revised target.
The DGBAS statistics show the frictionally unemployed dropped to 218,00 in the first three quarters of this year, a five-year low; while the cyclically unemployed hit a historic high of 340,000.
So, whilst "weight-is-an-issue" has been around for some time, what is different is that if equity markets are running cyclically or secularly, the chances are that they are running more or less in the same direction.