The rate at which prices for goods and services rise, and, subsequently, purchasing...
The percentage increase in the price of goods and services, usually annually.
the percentage amount that prices (e.g. the retail price index) are higher than a year previously.
The percentage increase in the price level per year. See inflation.
The Inflation Rate is the rate of increase in the price of goods and services over a given period of time. The most generally used measure of inflation is the Consumer Price Index, which is calculated monthly by the National Statistics Institute in the United States. Other indices are available which help measure price increases for specific goods or services. In determining what inflation rate assumption to use when planning for a future goal, it is always a good idea to look at historical inflation rates over a long period, preferably a 20 or 30 year period.
An annual rate of inflation, based on a basket of goods and services, announced on a monthly basis.
a quantitative measure of consumer goods price increases over time.
a quantitative measure which indicates the rate at which the price of consumer goods are increasing over time.
the rate of change of prices (as indicated by a price index) calculated on a monthly or annual basis
The increase in price of consumer goods, usually expressed as a percentage over a specific period of time.
The general increase in the price level herein measured by the growth rate in the GNP Implicit Price Index or the general price deflator.
The percentage change in the price level.
The rate of change in prices. Two primary U.S. indicators of the inflation rate are the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Producer Price Index (PPI), which track changes in prices paid by consumers and by producers.
The percentage increase in the price of consumer goods, usually expressed annually.
the percentage increase in the general level of prices
The percentage increase in the prices of goods and services. nterest Rate: The price of borrowing money, expressed in percentage terms. Ad hoc meetings of major (usually G-7) creditor governments to arrange the re-negotiation of debt owed or guaranteed by official debtors to official creditors.
The annual rate of change or year-on-year change in the Consumer Price Index. (National Statistics Office)
Increase in the price of consumer goods over a set time, expressed as a percentage.
The current rate at which a basket of goods and services has increased for a year. The two current leading indicators that measure the current inflation rate are the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the Producer Price Index (PPI).
the annual rate of change or the year-on-year change in the Consumer Price Index. Headline inflation measures changes in the cost of living based on movements in the prices of a specified basket of major commodities and refers to the year-on-year change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) Core inflation is a measure of inflation that aims to capture the permanent component of the inflationary process that can be influenced by monetary policy.
The rate, which the cost of long-term care is expected to increase in the future. Generally this rate is 1-2% higher than the overall U.S inflation rate.
An important economic indicator. The rate at which prices are rising.
Rate of price changes usually calculated on a monthly or annual basis. The Consumer Price Index and the Producer Price Index are two principle US indicators of inflation rates. They track changes in prices paid by consumers and producers. See: Consumer Price Index; Inflation; Producer Price Index
In economics, the inflation rate is the rate of increase of the average price level (a measure of inflation), usually some form of consumer price index. Alternatively, the inflation rate is the rate of decrease in the purchasing power of money. This is sometimes expressed as an "annualized" number, even if the period measured is less than a year.