output gap
An economic indicator that measures the difference between the actual GDP of an economy and its potential GDP when operating at full capacity. An output gap can be either positive or negative, with the first arising when actual output is above full capacity output, and the second when actual output is below full capacity output. Fundamental forex traders might watch the output gap since a positive result can increase inflationary pressures as the costs of production and labor increase.
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