Paasche's index

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Paasche's index

[¦päs·kəz ′in‚deks]
(statistics)
A weighted aggregate price index with given-year quantity weights. Also known as given-year method.
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Medium-term, the dynamics of the purchasing power parity should become harmonised with the GDP deflator.
He mentioned the GDP deflator, which shows the price movement of all the goods produced and consumed by the economy, including consumer goods, investment goods and government supplied goods and services.
Analysing the growth numbers, he said they were driven by low oil prices that overstated the GDP deflator and increased government expenditure.
The official GDP growth rate assumes a GDP deflator of -0.
GDP Deflator According to the latest data available by the Central Department of Statistics and Information, the nonoil GDP deflator contracted by 0.
The GDP deflator, a gauge of overall price movements, was up 0.
Instead, the dots are spread about, showing almost no correspondence between the annual change in the GDP deflator and excess-money growth.
However, the deterioration of the GDP deflator in the first quarter showed that deflationary pressures remain strong.
In 2012 versus 2011 the GDP deflator index made up 98.
The GDP deflator, a wider gauge of inflation than consumer price index, lost 0.
7% on an annual basis, with the GDP deflator dropping by 4.
David Tinsley, economist at nabCapital, said one of the brighter spots was a fall in GDP deflator inflation to 2.