Nominal income

Nominal income

Income that has not been adjusted for inflation and decreasing purchasing power.
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The nominal income of population of Kyrgyzstan in the first 9 months of 2017 amounted to 253.
The average nominal income from wages and salaries per household member rose 9.
In other words, living standards are unchanged despite nominal income having risen by 5 percent.
It also reduces the personal income tax to alleviate the burden of the tax on middle income families as a result of long term effects of price inflation on nominal income.
12) The coefficient on lag nominal income (LAGLNNY) is negative (-0.
While the Outlook sees Qatar's real gross domestic product (GDP) growth strengthening in 2016, it anticipates a contraction in nominal income and a decline in the fiscal and current account surpluses.
Experts were quick to point out that unless the government was talking about doubling the farmers' nominal income, which inflation alone would have ensured, doubling of the real income of the farmer is next to impossible as long as India's agricultural growth remains near stagnant.
The nominal income per capita of the population in the first quarter of 2015 came to 114,183 tenge, which is 6.
Nominal income of the population will increase by 13.
Since price level ("cost of living") in a state is positively correlated with nominal personal income, it may be expected that interstate inequality in nominal income will be larger than that in real income.
We base our outlook revision on our view that although real economic growth remains relatively strong we think Saudi Arabia is unlikely to achieve sufficient levels of nominal income to raise the ratings over the next two years" SandP said.
We base our outlook revision on our view that, although real economic growth remains relatively strong, we think Saudi Arabia is unlikely to achieve sufficient levels of nominal income to raise the ratings over the next two years," S&P said.