Aggregate Income

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Aggregate Income

The total income earned by all persons and companies in a country or region. The aggregate income generally does not adjust for inflation, debt, taxes, or other things. There are a number of ways to measure aggregate income, but GDP is one of the best known and most widely used.
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For ChipMOS, the firm hopes to increase sales produced from China to mount for 11-12% of its aggregate incomes in 2016, up from 6-7% in 2015, said the sources.
Over an 18-year period these families would have aggregate incomes of between $1.
The steady increase suggests that the rate of decline of payrolls is likely to accelerate further, putting yet more downward pressure on aggregate incomes," he said.
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2) But we have no assurance that there will be a positive covariance between financial asset returns and returns on claims on aggregate incomes.
If the employment picture continues to fade, then aggregate incomes will fall.
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8 percentage points, was caused by different rates of growth in the aggregate incomes used in each series.
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