Barometric forecasting, Microeconomics

It is also known a sleadig indicators forecasting National Bureau of Economic Research of U. S.A has identified three types of indicate Leading indicators coincidental indicators and Lagging indicators.

The analyst should establish relationship between the sales of the product and the economic indicators to project the correct sales and to measure to what extent these indicators affect the sales. The establish relationship is not easy task especially in case of new product where there is no past record.

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