real gross national product


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Synonyms for real gross national product

a version of the GNP that has been adjusted for the effects of inflation

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With regard to real gross national product, the central tendency of the FOMC participants' forecasts is for a gain over the four quarters of 1991 of 3/4 to 1 1/2 percent.
His assumptions for the economy include real gross national product 1% higher, consumer prices 5% to 6% up, unemployment about the same.
More importantly, it features a peak-to-trough decline in real gross national product of near 1%, much less than the deep recessions of the 1970s and of 1981 through 1982.
Real gross national product rose at only a 1 1/2 percent annual rate, on average, in the first half, and the available indicators suggest that real growth remained slow during the summer.
Growth in Real Gross National Product (GNP) POSTED A sharp and unexpected annual rate increase of 5.
The country's real gross national product -- GDP plus net income from abroad -- dropped 1.
Real gross national product grew at a 2 percent annual rate in the first quarter, and indicators of economic activity for the second quarter suggest a further rise, though perhaps at a somewhat slower rate.