moving totals

moving totals

[′müv·iŋ ′tōd·əlz]
(statistics)
The sum of the year's figures and those of some years before and after it.
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Further perspective comes from looking at 12-month moving totals, in this case the 12 months ending March 2017 versus the 12 months ending March 2016.
4-QUARTER TOTAL ANNUAL RATE OF HOMEOWNER EXPENDITURES CHANGE 4-QUARTER IN BILLIONS OF $ MOVING TOTALS 2003 Q1 121.
Those original data are then presented in executive and analyst format, in monthly, quarterly, and annual formats, as well as 12-month and 4-quarter moving totals.
ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE 4-QUARTER MOVING TOTALS Q4 2002 10.
The UK 12 month moving totals bear witness to the strain of a flat market, however.
Since the revisions ratios are based on the four week moving totals of estimate changes, it means that changes in the revisions ratios a more due to old estimates falling out of the sample, than new estimates being made.
Useful insight comes from looking at 12-month moving totals, in this case the 12 months ending April 2015 versus the 12 months ending April 2014.
The revisions ratio is based on the four week moving totals of estimate changes.
Added perspective is obtained by looking at 12-month moving totals, in this case the 12 months ending February 2015 versus the same period in 2014, which lessens the volatility inherent in comparisons of just two months.
150 (not adjusted for inflation) 4-QUARTER TOTAL HOMEOWNER ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE EXPENDITURES IN BILLIONS OF $ 4-QUARTER MOVING TOTALS 2002 1 113.
Useful perspective is also obtained by looking at 12-month moving totals, in this case the 12 months ending February 2013 versus the 12 months ending February 2012.
4-QUARTER TOTAL HOMEOWNER EXPENDITURES IN ANNUAL RATE OF CHANGE BILLIONS OF $ 4-QUARTER MOVING TOTALS 111.