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cyclic

[′sīk·lik]
(science and technology)
Pertaining to some cycle.
Repeating itself in some manner in space or time.
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In this article, I examine whether the labor force participation rate has become more cyclical over time.
The cyclical indicator of the leading composite index rose 0.
The Bank revises the applicable capital buffer rate quarterly, after giving due consideration to the capital buffer guide, indicators characterising developments in the banking sectors cyclical position, as well as, if necessary, additional factors relevant in terms of financial stability.
The study also reveals differences in the relative cyclical behavior of earnings of top earners, and other earners, within industries.
In an initial study with 157 participants, the researchers found that participants who were prompted to take a linear perspective - focused on achieving goals so that the future will be easier - projected they would save less money in the next month than those who read about a cyclical method, focused on making routines and habits now to repeat over time.
Later on it is found that fiscal policy conducted in developing countries are pro-cyclical and counter cyclical in OECD countries [Talvi and Vegh (2005); Braun (2001); Alesina, et al.
Cyclical breast pain: It is nearly always due to fluctuating hormone levels, which every woman experiences as part of the cycle.
Echoes of the 2008-09 crisis were behind the negative performance of TMT cyclical stocks in 2011, in our view.
Cyclical unemployment decreases and increases along with the ups and downs of the business cycle's periods of economic growth and recession.
The exact cause of cyclical mastalgia is poorly understood but the link to the menstrual cycle makes a hormonal connection likely.
6% organic revenue growth) imply that cyclical volumes in that year only grow by 0.