Business Forecasting: The Principles and Practice of Forecasting Business and Stock-Market Trends with Especial Reference to Business Cycles

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CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS
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1. Typical Movements of Business Activity11
2. Industrial Production and Steel-Ingot Production59
3. Normal Trend of Industrial Production estimated by Movements of Commodity Prices61
4. Employment and Payrolls of Factory Labor67
5. Production and Consumption of Electrical Power73
6. Pig Iron as a Business Barometer75
7. Building Permits and Contracts Awarded79
8. Zinc Prices and Stocks83
9. Railway Freight Tonnage compared with Industrial Production87
10. Estimated Value of Industrial Products compared with Department- Store Sales and Wholesale Sales91
11. Orders for Machine Tools, Steel Castings, and Babbitt Metal95
12. Steel-Ingot Production, Unfilled Orders of United States Steel Corporation, and Steel Stocks101
13. Exports and Imports105
14. Commodity Prices107
15. Loans, Investments, and Deposits of All Member Banks115
16. Federal Reserve Credit Outstanding116
17. Deposit-Loan Ratios and Deposit Turnover123
18. Money Rates and Bond Yield129
19. Business Failures and Business Activity131
20. Diagram to illustrate how Commodity Prices, Production, Total Value of Commodities Produced, Expenses, and Net Earnings tend to move during the Expanding and Peak Phases of a Typical Business Cycle154
21. Actual Movement of Commodity Prices, Production, and Total Value of Commodities Produced, in 1922-1923155
22. Production, Stocks, and Unfilled Orders165
23. Diagram illustrating Price Determination176
24. The Cycle of 1922-1924 in Terms of Price and Volume185
25. Diagram illustrating a Typical Cycle in Terms of the Movements of Commodity Prices and Physical Volume190
26. The P/V Line and the P/V Cumulative Curve191
27. Commodity Prices211
28. Finished-Steel Prices, compared with Bradstreet's Index and the Rate of Change therein213
29. Stock Prices217
30. Iron and Steel Price Spreads233
31. Indicated Requirements for Steel compared with Steel Production236
32. Composite of Finished Steel Orders and Sales, and Sales of Steel Sheets238

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