GDPDEF
Value
1970
Q
108.19
1.78
0.60
2.42
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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For: Q1:2014 Last Updated: July 30, 2014
108.19
Change: 0.64
0.60%
Change: 0.20
1.78%
Change: 9.42
2.42%
Change: 0.83
Gross Domestic Product: Implicit Price Deflator
GDPDEF Index 2005=100 Releases Quarterly Low: 22.64 High: 116.44
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Definition: The GDP Deflator is the price index used to calculate real GDP from nominal. Does not include price changes in used items like the CPI as that is not something produced by a nation.

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