economic environment


A qualitative evaluation of several key economic factors, undertaken in order to predict the success of a business venture or to evaluate the amount of risk involved in economic activities in general. The economic environment may include factors such as unemployment percentages, consumer confidence measurements, and the values of market indexes such as the S&P 500.

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The economic environment was really strange and hard to deal with and I had to get out of it soon, for my well being.

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Based on all their analysis they determined they were finally out of a recession and the new economic environment would encourage growth and development.

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With the economic environment in turmoil, Jason decided that obtaining his commercial drivers license could be a viable financial decision because drivers are always needed, even in a economic crisis.

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