Base Value

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Base Value

An often arbitrary figure used as the initial value of an index. All future values of the index are comparisons against the base value. For example, suppose an index is formed in 2001 and its base value is 100. If the index is 150 in 2009, it means that its value is 50% higher in 2009 than it was in 2001. It is also called the index number. See also: Base Year.
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A communique received from the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment says The All-India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural Labourers and Rural Labourers (Base: 1986-87=100) for July, 2013 increased by 11 points each to stand at 740 ( Seven hundred and forty) points for Agricultural Labourers and 741 points (Seven hundred and forty one) for Rural Labourers.
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIM) of large scale manufacturing industries was recorded at 132.80 points during July-May (2015-16) against 128.37 points during same period of last year, according to the data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
of India, Ministry of Labour & Employment The All-India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural Labourers and Rural Labourers (Base: 1986-87=100) for June, 2013 increased by 10 points each to stand at 729 ( Seven hundred and twenty nine) points for Agricultural Labourers and 730 points (Seven hundred and thirty) for Rural Labourers.
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIN) of LSM stood at 117.25 points during July-June (2012-13) against 112.41 points during July-June (2011-12).
These series are now presented on an index reference period of 2011 12, resulting in the index numbers for each index series being reset to 100.0 for the financial year 2011 12.
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIM) of large scale manufacturing industries was recorded at 133.51 points during July-April (2015-16) against 150.257 points during same period of last year, according to latest data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIN) of LSM stood at 117.55 points during July-May (2012-13) against 112.85 points during July-May (2011-12).
Summary: -EURUSD, AUDUSD, and NZDUSD trend index numbers indicate that the USD decline could accelerate -GBPUSD trend index no longer indicates downtrend
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIM) of large scale manufacturing industries was recorded at 133.88 points during July-March (2015-16) against 127.87 points during same period of last year, according the data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIN) of LSM stood at 117.94 points during July-March (2012-13) against 113.12 points during July-March (2011-12).
The Quantum Index Numbers (QIN) of LSM stood at 118.97 points during July-August 2015-16 against 114.28 points during July-August 1014-15.
The Provisional Quantum Index Numbers of Large Scale Manufacturing Industries (QIM) has been computed in PBS on the basis of latest production data of 112 items received from sources, including OCAC, Ministry of Industries and Production and BOS.OCAC supplied the data of 11 items, Ministry of Industries and Production supplied the data of 36 items and Provincial Bureaus of Statistics provided data for 65 items.