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Please can you explain that what do “non-stationary error term”imply in modeling the relationship between economic variables? Clarify explain with an economic example.

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Non-stationary error term imply that in the modeling the
relationship between economic variables, there are several
variables that can not be forecasted or modeled or they are not
stationary in nature.

For eg. While forecasting for the GDP , exchange rate , inflation ,
unemployment etc., there are many variables which can be non
stationary in nature.

Calculation of the trends for example is an example of the
modelling of non stationary error term.

If we use the non-stationary variables in the time series data we may get the data that is unreliable or will be something we can not take decisions. They need to be normalized before we can take the decisions or see the real impact of the economic variables.

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**Please post original answer and include
graph*****
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