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Briefly explain the difference between leading, coincident, and lagging indicators.
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Economics for Managers

Economics for Managers


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Leading indicators are economic variables that generally turn down before a recession begins and turn back up before the recovery starts. Coincident indicators are economic variables that tend to move in tandem with the overall phases of the business cycle. Lagging indicators are economic variables that turn down after the beginning of a recession and turn up after a recovery has begun.
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