Volume Index

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Volume Index

An index that measures the aggregate production of a given set of goods and services over a period of time. For example, a volume index may measure changes in the amount of refined oil, corn and automobiles. A volume index may be an indicator of an economy's direction. That is, if production is falling, it may portend an economic downturn.
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Calendar adjusted export volume indices were down 3.
Turkey's statistics authority, TurkStat, said in a statement that Eurostat published preliminary results of per capita volume indices of GDP for 37 European countries for 2010 under the European Comparison Program.
Taking the average of 27 European Union-member states as 100, Luxembourg has the highest per capita volume indices with 283 while Albania has the lowest with 29.
Below is the list of per capita volume indices of GDP in 37 European countries:
The Pearson correlation analysis was used to determine the relationship between PICP and ICTP concentrations and the LV volume indices.
The AUC of the serum PICP concentration for 14 days was negatively correlated with the LVED and LVES volume indices and positively correlated with LV ejection fraction (LVEF), with correlation coefficients of 0.
In the present study, the serum concentrations of PICP increased from minimum concentrations on day 2 or 3, and the concentrations on days 5 and 7 and the AUC were correlated with the LVES and LVED volume indices.
Calendar adjusted export and import volume indices increased 9.
In March, 2010, the overall export and import volume indices increased by 10.