North America Semiconductor Industry Leading Indicator and Forecasts are produced in real time to provide a consistent with the North America economic climate view for the overall industry. Building on historical information, the semiconductor forecasts focus predominantly on recent and future developments at the national, regional and North America levels. Designed to provide competitive advantage to semiconductor corporations and executives in IT-related business, each North America Semiconductor Industry Leading Indicator and Forecast and accompanying analyses are conditional on a consistent set of continuously changing and/or expected to change policies and underlying economic and financial conditions around the world.
Many properly-used drivers minimize the risk of large forecast errors, common in conventional forecasting models, which use one driver like GDP to generate forecasts for hotel markets. Forecast errors from GDP-only-based models are sizable due to extensive and considerable GDP revisions and policy-driven GDP projections.
Our North America Semiconductor Industry Leading Indicator and Forecast report is built using monthly multi-equation forecasting models which integrate hundreds of mostly forward-looking influential monthly indicators comprised of key drivers such as energy prices and interest rates; industry-specific and geo-centric metrics such as industrial production and shipments; domestic and international policies, and geopolitical events.
Each report includes a monthly leading North America leading indicator for the North America semiconductor industry and recession monitor which provides an indication of the upcoming probability of recession for the industry in the US.
Other regions available include: Europe, Japan, Asia Pacific and Global.
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Real Shipments Forecast