Forecasting Business Conditions

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INDEX
Agriculture, 141, Chap. XII
American Telephone and Telegraph Company index of business activity, 274-6, 341
Annalist indexes of business activity, 279-80 of wholesale prices, 300-1
Automobiles, construction of, 171-2
Axe-Houghton index of stock prices, 212-4
Babson Statistical Organization, 16 service, Chap. V indexes of volume of business, 276; of volume of production, 235; of raw material production, 239-41; of distribution, 271-4; of wholesale prices, 293-5 forecasts, Appendix B
Babsonchart, 49
Bank clearings, 47, 84, 192-3, 328-9
Bank credit, 196-9
Bank debits, 84, 193-4, 327
Barometer Number 9, Brookmire's, 63
Bond yields, 335
Bradstreet's index of wholesale prices, 287-8; 294
Brookmire Economic Service, Chap. VI, Appendix C
Building contracts, 175-321
Building permits, 173-5, 320
Bureau of Labor Statistics indexes of wholesale prices, 289-93, 294 of cost of living, 306-7 of retail prices, 304-5
Business activity, indexes of, 274- 85
Car loadings, railroad, 178-90, 325
Clearings, see bank clearings
Coal, 167-9, 317
Corporations, control of, 133 reports, 204.5
Correlation, coefficient of, 24
Construction, Chap. XIV
Cost of living, indexes of, 306-8
Crop values, 156-8
Cross-cut analysis, method of forecasting, 15, 17, 52, 68. Chap. X
Cycles, causes of, Chap. X length of, 13 phases of, 51, 102-4, 147-8
Cyclical sequence, method of forecasting, 17, 50, 91
Debits, see bank debits
Deflation, 38
Deposits, turnover of, 59, 195
Dividends, 205-6
Dow-Jones indexes, 210, 211, 334
Dun's index of wholesale prices. 288-9
Employment agencies, operations, 247, 260-1
Employment, indexes of, 247-57, 323
Exports, 271
Failures, 44, 206-8
Farm prices, index of, 302-4
Fisher, Irving, 122, 123 indexes of stock prices, 213-5; of wholesale prices, 297-300
Forecasting, meaning of, 2-3
Foreign trade, 268-71, 338-9
Forestry production, index of, 241

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