Business Conditions

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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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The market had been expecting a moderate improvement, with an average forecast of just +6 on the large manufacturers' business condition diffusion index.
Business confidence has fallen from a minus 1 in October to a minus 9, while business condition remains at minus 5.
The survey, compiled by IHS Markit, contains original data collected from a monthly survey of business conditions in the UAE non-oil private sector.
The Aruoba-Diebold-Scotti business conditions index is designed to track real business conditions at high frequency.
Business activity grew slightly in New York in January, although the Empire State Manufacturing Survey's general business conditions index fell 8 points.
It is their perception of current and expected business conditions and what factors influence these conditions.
BCS aims to obtain the opinion of firms in industry and services sector about current and expected business conditions and major factors affecting their businesses.
The survey provides an opportunity for businesses to contribute directly to the policy formulation process by sharing their perceptions of current and future economic and business conditions. In the latest wave of BCS conducted in August 2018, the overall BCI, based on 444 successful interviews, remained slightly positive at 55.
Solid output growth in the private sector and job creation as well as falling average cost burden helped Qatar report improvement in business conditions within the non-hydrocarbons sector, according to the Qatar Financial Center (QFC).
Business Conditions Diffusion Index (DI) and the Business Cycle
QNA Doha Qatari non-hydrocarbon private sector business conditions continued to improve in May, with the latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) results signalling acceleration in growth, where operating conditions in the non-oil and gas sectors rose to 52.4 in May, from 51.0 in April.

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