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forecast

(for′kast″)
To make an informed prediction about a future event based on history, data, and personal experiences and professional judgments.
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--(2008) "Biases in Macroeconomic Forecasts: Irrationality or Asymmetric Loss?" Journal of the European Economic Association 6(1): 122-57.
Amazon has a wealth of knowledge in building accurate forecasts using machine learning from over 20 years of experience operating the world's largest ecommerce business.
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Based on the results, Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua said the most accurate forecasts in the fourth quarter of 2018 deviated only 0.
The present study revealed that the most useful techniques for forecasting practitioners include moving average, linear regression trends, combining forecasts, and simple exponential smoothing.
LOCAL economists have dismissed the results of the study released by the Department of Finance (DOF) that the 'off-the-mark' forecasts of over a dozen analysts actually served to fuel inflation in the past few months, saying it was not right for the government to point fingers at this time.
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Amid heightened US-China tensions, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised Taiwan's GDP growth forecasts for 2018 and 2019 upward to 2.7% and 2.4% respectively in its latest World Economic Outlook report issued on Monday.
Despite much progress with hurricane intensity forecasts in the past decade, they are not as good as hurricane track predictions.
Their main job is to develop quantitative forecasts (often weekly and monthly) based on marketing and sales activities, as well as other factors that affect future demand.
This article will show you how to analyze your forecasts well.