Definition of economic indicator in English:

economic indicator

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A statistic used to predict future trends in a nation’s economy.
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  • Taiwan's economic planning body said yesterday that the nation's leading economic indicators for March hit a 15-year low.
  • But the really important trend is a leading economic indicator of returning prosperity if ever there was one: ‘Men's bags seem to be coming up to speed in terms of fashion, too.’
  • And all the leading economic indicators are trending upward.

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