### Table 7. Decision rule assessment. Performance of the hybrid forecast of Industrial production. Horizon = 1 month Horizon = 6 months Horizon = 12 months

2003

"... In PAGE 23: ... We evaluate the performance of the hybrid forecast and contrast it to that of the forecasts in the pair by (1) comparing the MSE of the hybrid forecast to the MSE of the individual forecasts; and (2) testing optimality of each forecast for quadratic loss. The entries in Table7 equal 1 if the MSE of the switching forecast is less than or equal to both the MSEs of the individual forecasts. The table reveals that in 26 out of 30 cases the switching forecast is at least as accurate as the individual forecasts.... ..."

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### Table 7: One-Step Transition Matrix (6-month horizon)

2002

"... In PAGE 14: ...xtending the time-horizon to from 1 to 6 months (i.e., a transition from January to July to January, etc.) increases intra-distribution mobility ( Table7 ). As expected, the probability of remaining within the same quartile after 6 months is quantitatively lower than the probability of the same event after 1 month.... ..."

### Table E.1: Randomly Generated Series for 18 Months Horizon Under Normality Assumption

2003

### Table 4.5: Dynamic hedging: summary statistics of the relative P amp;L distributions. Primary option: American straddle. Hedging horizon: three months.

2006

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### Table I: Summary Statistics of Equal-Weighted Monthly CRSP Returns. The table reports the rst-order auto-correlations of stock returns at various time horizons. The standard errors of auto-correlations are adjusted for the overlap of observations on longer-horizon returns with the method of Hanson and Hodrick (1980). k (Months) 1 6 12 24 36 48 60 120

### Table 3: Generalized Impulse Responses: Average over all Models

1999

"... In PAGE 19: ... We present the results in various forms. Table3 contains all the information on the responses for the 24 month horizon. In order to help describe the various dynamic asymmetries we also present the information in graphical form.... ..."

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### Table 3: Generalized Impulse Responses: Average over all Models

"... In PAGE 19: ... We present the results in various forms. Table3 contains all the information on the responses for the 24 month horizon. In order to help describe the various dynamic asymmetries we also present the information in graphical form.... ..."

### Table 5. Number of angle steels to be ordered for the total demand of 300 vehicles.

2007

"... In PAGE 6: ... In addition, the results of optimal number of angle steels to be ordered from supplier and trim loss for quarterly and annually time horizons based on demand of 25 vehicles per month are shown in Table 5. As seen in Table5 , the minimum trim loss was found if ordering cycle of angle steel was monthly. However, the minimum number of angle steels to be ordered for producing 300 vehicles was 513, which was yearly ordering cycle as shown in Figure 2 (a).... In PAGE 6: ... For the demand of 300 and 1,200 vehicles, either monthly or quarterly horizon was selected as shown in Figure 2 (a) and (c). However, monthly horizon was chosen for the demand of 300 vehicles because its amount of trim loss is lower than that of quarterly horizon as shown in Table5 . Quarterly horizon was chosen for the demand of 1,200 vehicles because its amount of trim loss is lower than that of monthly horizon as shown in Table 7.... ..."

### Table 2. Order data for one month

2004

"... In PAGE 10: ...Table2 shows the data corresponding to the month of October 2001, as provided by the company. For each order, the weight in kg, the frequency (Freq) of pickups, and the index of the location (Loc) from where the parts will be picked up ... In PAGE 10: ...Table 2. Order data for one month The symbols associated with the frequency of pickups in Table2 have the following meanings: D = day, M = month, W = Week and Y = year. Therefore, 3 D means that the pickup will take place every 3 days.... In PAGE 10: ... Orders with a periodicity larger than one month (for example 2 M, 4 M, 6 M, 1 Y) will be included in the planning horizon of the problem as 1 M orders. The frequency values in Table2 are related to the demand for parts that the manufacturer offers to its clients. The typical planning horizon for these forecasts is 3 months, which also is the longest planning horizon that we have used to test our procedure.... In PAGE 10: ... Therefore, two different calendars for the same order might have some days in common. Table 3 shows the locations associated with the orders in Table2 . The location indexes correspond to the following towns in the North of Spain: 0.... In PAGE 12: ...the logistics company 2 that provided us with the data (EL). The times reported in Table2 refer to the execution of the entire procedure and not the time when the best solutions were found. Typically, the best solutions were found in a small fraction of the time reported in Table 4.... ..."

### Table 3: Term Spread Predictions of Industrial Production Growth, 1991M1-2001M12

"... In PAGE 9: ... 8 Table3 shows the results of estimating the long-horizon term spread regressions for the most recent period, 1991M1-2001M12. Although the slope coefficients are significantly different from zero at the five percent level for horizons of up to two months, the t-ratios tail off after that so that none of them is significantly different from zero at the five percent level beyond the two-month horizon.... ..."