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lag

verb dally, dawdle, decelerate, decrease, delay, diiinish in pace, ebb, fail, fall back, fall behind, get behind, go leisurely, hold back, idle, lag behind, linger, lose strength, move slowly, procrastinate, put off, saunter, slow up, take one's time, trail, wane
Associated concepts: implementation date
See also: delay, pause, procrastinate, stall
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1+2+3p] on the lagged positive returns is consistently significantly negative, implying dramatically different lags for CFO than for earnings.
Models were adjusted using a thin plate regression spline for temporal trend and seasonality (4-7 df per year), mean daily temperature at single-day lags of 3 or 5 days (2 or 3 df), and mean daily relative humidity at single-day lag 3 (2 or 3 df), following the methodology used by the ESCALA project (Romieu et al.
7) We expect that greater disagreement is related to more speculative demand and with smaller lags in the CDS market.
Gradual and sluggish response of investment to changes in monetary policy is another important source of lags.
However, the appropriate lag structure for real output growth is an equation with four lags.
Proposition 1 below characterizes the optimal penal code when l detection lags are included.
The director general of Airports Council International Europe, Olivier Jankovec, said, 'As much as we would like to get rid of the existing restrictions on the carriage of LAGs, the trials carried out at several European airports have shown that the technology allowing for that just isn't there yet.
T2 was presented at lags 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 (respectively 83, 250, 417, 583, and 750 ms after T1) and was followed by a constant number of distractors (6).
However, there are numerous market frictions cited in the literature which can cause prices in one market to lead or lag the other market.
In all cases, we use lags of the forecasted variable in addition to a single predictor.
The imposed phase lags, frequencies and sample rates of the signals are presented below (Table 1 to Table 3).