Medium-term, the dynamics of the purchasing power parity should become harmonised with the GDP deflator
Gross domestic income deflated by the implicit price deflator
For the countries covered by the analysis as a whole, the growth differential between the consumption deflator
and the value added deflator
has been small and depends on the precise measure of the consumption deflator
The GDP price index and implicit price deflator
are derived from the measurement of GDP, giving rise to three main issues that distinguish the GDP price indexes from other measures of inflation.
According to the latest data available by the Central Department of Statistics and Information, the nonoil GDP deflator
contracted by 0.
Tonight, the US PCE deflator
for May is published and the market expects this measure of consumer price inflation to have lifted broadly in line with last week's higher-than-expected CPI inflation data.
Instead, the dots are spread about, showing almost no correspondence between the annual change in the GDP deflator
and excess-money growth.
Since 2000, the Fed has actually focused on something called the PCE deflator
, an inflation measure from the gross domestic product accounts.
AM1(AW) Millard Head of VFA-86, the Tire and Wheel Program Manager, devised a way to advertise the emergency tire deflator
location and describe the way to properly use it.
Table 30, Table 31, Based on Department of Defense Price Deflator
When an appropriate education price deflator
is applied, elementary and secondary school spending increases since 1967 have been substantial, but not as much so as commonly believed.
While some (Friedman and Kuttner, American Economic Review, 1992) address whether money and credit separately are cointegrated with other variables, the current study finds that the natural logs of Ml, domestic nonfinancial debt (DNFD), real GDP, and the implicit deflator
together are cointegrated.