economic forces

Definition

Economic factors that contribute to the success or failure of companies, business ventures, and individual products. These factors may include the rate of inflation, interest rates, stock market performance, the level of unemployment, demographic changes, and fiscal policies or changes made by the government.

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There were a lot of economic forces that were at work and everyone wondered what was going to happen in the future.

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The economic forces at play were playing a huge role in the market as we had seen the demographics change considerably.

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The finance analyst had been trained to look at a bottom up strategy for picking under valued stocks, but he did not foresee the economic forces that would cause systemic risk in the industry.

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