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Aggregate value index


Definition:

Index formed by the quotient of the aggregate values of the examined period and aggregates in the base period. This indicator informs about the total change of the value of all products during the period considered in the base period. The value of an aggregate index depends on the strength and direction of the total volume and price dynamics as well as changes in the structure of quantitative and price relationships.


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Contact person on methodology:
Robert Wieczorkowski
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