- Serial covariance
- The covariance between a variable and the lagged value of the variable; the same as autocovariance.
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- Serial covariance
- The covariance between a variable and the lagged value of the variable; the same as autocovariance.
__The New York Times Financial Glossary__

*Financial and business terms.
2012.*

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