seasonal factors

seasonal factors

[′sēz·ən·əl ′fak·tərz]
(communications)
Factors that are used to adjust skywave absorption data for seasonal variations; these variations are due primarily to seasonal fluctuations in the heights of the ionospheric layers.
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She said that the reason for lower consumer prices in July could be seasonal factors sales of the summer collections of clothing and footwear and a seasonal drop of vegetable prices as the new harvest enters the market.
This is a volatile time of year for claims as seasonal factors have problems adjusting for auto retoolings, but the data continue to reflect the solid jobs market.
In May, under the influence of seasonal factors, there was a decrease in prices for food products that have a significant share in the consumer basket.
"This is a period of low demand as we all know due to seasonal factors. Refineries are subject to maintenance and consumer demand is low, but data speaks for themselves," he said.
We will come to discussing in detail the seasonal factors in the rubber industry next, but to give you an example, one of the macro-economic variables is the seasonal fluctuation of housing starts in the USA, which usually peaks around April-June and reaches a low around December-February.
Seasonal factors have started to kick in whereby power generation for the month of Nov'17 clocked in at 6,994GwH, recording meager growth of 2% YoY against 6,840Gwh produced in Nov'16.
The decline was mostly tied to seasonal factors and robust supply from the US and Russia, and lower oil prices, which some natural gas prices are indexed to.
'Depending on seasonal factors, we make flight schedule changes as necessary, while keeping in mind the bookings of our passengers, many of whom book flights way in advance,' he added.
The volume of transactions has decreased somewhat since September this year due to seasonal factors and as foreign exchange rate volatility increased globally following the US presidential election.
When adjusted for seasonal factors, the rate fell to 6 percent in October from 6.1 percent the previous month.

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