Coincident Indicator

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Definition of 'Coincident Indicator'

A Coincident Indicator is an economic indicator that changes at the same time and rate as the business cycle. This type of indicator will tell us the current state of the economy.

Examples of this type of indicator are nonagricultural employment, personal income, and industrial production.

Compare to Leading Indicator, Lagging Indicator, and other Economic Indicators.

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