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Synonyms for cyclical

happening or appearing at regular intervals

Synonyms for cyclical

recurring in cycles

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RWCD tracks the MSCI USA Cyclical Sectors -- USA Defensive Sectors 150/50 Return Spread Index, which has 150% long exposure to cyclical sectors and 50% short exposures to defensives to arrive at 100% net long exposure.
May's reading is 27 points, or 27 percent, above the index cyclical low of 97.8.
In the high-income economies, which still generate three-fifths of world output (at market prices), the cyclical upswing is elderly and excess capacity has fallen sharply.
In order to define the monetary policy for the cyclical response of macroeconomic policies, the standard Taylor rule (1993a; 1993b; 1995; 2000) modified by Chadha and Nolan (2007) is followed, while the fiscal policy rule is derived from Catao and Sutton (2002) and Gavin and Perotti (1997) as it was followed by Braun (2001) and Lane (2003).
A cyclical Ramadan lets us enjoy different foods according to the season.
The reality though, is that there is science behind cyclical analysis, and it begins with a simple question: "Has this happened before?".
Indeed, studies of the cyclical behavior of labor force participation prior to the last recession have documented that the participation rate is relatively stable and only mildly procyclical (see, for example, Veracierto).
Summary: The net profit of the PGH (Poulina Group Holding) before the cyclical contribution has increased by 21.7 million dinars (MD), i.e.
The US could maintain cruising speed, while the cyclical boom might last longest in Europe due to a broadening recovery, writes Susan Joho, Economist, Julius Baer
A slow recovery, defined as a slow path back to the historical trend, cannot be easily distinguished from a situation in which the trend has slowed down, while cyclical characteristics correspond to the average historical experience.
The authors show that allowing for job-to-job transitions in the model is essential to simultaneously account for the cyclical features of worker transition rates and job flow rates.
In particular, we look at whether GDP and GDI indicate the same business cycles with respect to output and whether the cyclical components of GDP and GDI move in the same way in relation to the cyclical component of a number of other macroeconomic indicators.
"It was clear 2014 was a cyclical peak in the number of properties sold," he continued.
The mean earnings of men in the top 1 percent of the earnings distribution are slightly more cyclical than the mean earnings of all men.