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Bell-ringing the harmonic an octave above the strike tone of a bell
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Some authors use the terms constant dollars, inflated dollars, real dollars, actual dollars, as-spent dollars, and nominal dollars. If this helps, Alaska was bought in actual or nominal dollars for $7.2 million.
I prefer to start unveiling the current agenda through two issues: First, despite the fact that Turkey's per capita gross domestic product (GDP) rose by more than three times, both in terms of nominal dollars and in purchasing power parity, the rate of national savings to the GDP, however, fell by more than 40 percent over the course of the last decade.
CAS pension costs increased almost 90 percent in nominal dollars from 2008 to 2011, a substantial share of which was allocated to DOD contracts, the report states.
The price of a pizza has fallen not just in inflation-adjusted terms (and by the way, why do you never hear the term deflation-adjusted?) but in nominal dollars.
This total is in nominal dollars (i.e., not adjusted for inflation.) and does not include the incremental costs of major operations such as the Afghanistan mission.
Agricultural exports surged in 2010 and 2011, climbing by 18 percent and 16 percent, respectively, in nominal dollars compared to 2009, ERS reports.
He said the average hotel surveyed achieved a profit equal to $12,972 per available room in 2011--roughly 25 percent short in nominal dollars of the peak profit levels achieved in 2007.
A senior analyst with Mercator International, LLC, Andreoli launches his keynote by showing attendees a graph highlighting on-highway diesel fuel cost in constant and nominal dollars and crude oil WTI spot price cost in constant and nominal dollars.
As a result, net interest would more than quadruple between 2010 and 2020 in nominal dollars (without an adjustment for in lation); it would expand from 1.4 percent of GDP in 2010 to 4.1 percent in 2020.