constant dollars


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constant dollars

pl.n.
Dollars reported in terms of the value they had on a previous date: The dividend of $8 per share paid in 2001 was worth only $4 in constant dollars of 1991, when the stock was purchased.
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Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars
Some authors use the terms constant dollars, inflated dollars, real dollars, actual dollars, as-spent dollars, and nominal dollars.
Russia revenue was down 7%, or up 15% in constant dollars, primarily driven by an increase in active representatives and higher average order.
6 billion, an increase of 3% nominally or 6% on a constant dollar basis over the prior year, driven by continued growth in processed transactions and nominal payments volume.
their contemporary 20-something counterparts who earn $45,500, again, in constant dollars.
However, after the passage of Proposition 13, the funding shifted so rapidly from local property taxes to state income and sales taxes that even by 1979, per- student spending in constant dollars had already increased.
1 billion in damage, and deductions in constant dollars grew by 23.
At the federal level, non-need based unsubsidized loan volume has increased almost 50 percent in constant dollars over the past five years.
Constant dollars are used to compare income by taking into account changes in prices and wages.
The results shown in the accompanying table are presented on a percentage change basis, in constant dollars, in comparison with the corresponding month and year-to-date period of the previous year.
Teaching and research expenditures are deflated by the physician incomes index on the assumption that earnings rates of medical teachers and researchers are correlated with earnings rates of medical practitioners, and public health expenditures are deflated by the implicit GDP deflator on the assumption that a neutral deflation procedure is, optimal when there is no criterion for deflating in a non-neutral way (deflating by the implicit GDP deflator is neutral in the sense that the estimated proportion of GDP allocated to public health is the same, whether current or constant dollars are considered).
where y = GNP in constant dollars; k = capital in constant dollars; l = labor; and x = exports in constant dollars.

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