Definition of Retail price index
1. Noun. An index of changes in retail prices.
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Literary usage of Retail price index
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1. An Introduction to Statistical Methods: A Textbook for College Students, a by Horace Secrist (1917)
"... price index presents real problems, as it undoubtedly does, these are many times more serious in the case of price data for a retail price index. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Sixth Meeting of the Task Force on Shielding Aspects of by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"... 60.0 40.0 20.0 —*— Consumer price index for food —B— Purchasing price index for farm products retail price index for food —X— Ex-factory price index for ..."
3. Commission to Study Social Insurance and Unemployment (1918)
"In his effort to prove the Bureau of Labor Statistics retail-price index too high, the author of this criticism resorts to comparison of wholesale prices ..."
4. The Effects of Trade and Exchange Rate Policies on Agriculture in Zaire by Tshikala B. Tshibaka (1986)
"Private Sector Year retail price index Nominal Wage Index Real Wage Index Public Sector Nominal Wage Index Real Wage Index (1970= 100) Sources: Banque ..."
5. Publications of the American Statistical Association by American Statistical Association (1916)
"The retail price index, however, has been calculated back only to and including 1907, for two reasons: ..."
6. Papers and Proceedings of the Annual Meeting by American Economic Association (1919)
"The retail price index published every month in the Monthly Labor Review is an index number of the retail prices of food commodities only. ..."