Rolling Forecast
Rol|ling Fore|cast
['rouliŋ 'fɔ:kɑ:st] der; - -[s], - -s
<aus gleichbed. engl. rolling forecast »rollierende Prognose«>
realistische, kurzfristige Budgetplanung, die auf einer kontinuierlichen periodischen Anpassung an die tatsächlich zu erwartenden Aufträge beruht;
↑rollierende Planung (Wirtsch.).

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