seasonal adjustment

NOUN
  1. a statistical adjustment made to accommodate predictable fluctuations as a function of the season of the year
    seasonal adjustments for housing starts must be made in mid-winter
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How To Use seasonal adjustment In A Sentence

  • The forecasting results based traditional forecast model with seasonal adjustment are not satisfied.
  • Seasonal adjustment to an economic indicator makes it easier to discern the underlying trend.
  • Seasonal adjustment to an economic indicator makes it easier to discern the underlying trend.
  • seasonal adjustments for housing starts must be made in mid-winter
  • Employers added 271, 000 jobs, after seasonal adjustment, bringing the increase since January 1996 to almost 3 million.
  • As stated above, this gives us, temporarily, a crude seasonal adjustment while we build up more respectable sample sizes.
  • We continue to expect a quirky seasonal adjustment factor for the producer price index in December to leave a big energy-led headline gain of 0.7%, despite an assumed flat core PPI gain.
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