Real Gross Domestic Product is an inflation-adjusted measure of the value of economic output. Unlike GDP, real GDP is adjusted for price changes, which means it reflects the true growth of the economy. More »

Nominal GDP is a measure of the Gross Domestic Product in absolute terms, while real GDP is a measure that factors in the rate of inflation. More »

The real Gross Domestic Product per person, or per capita, is calculated by first adjusting the nominal GDP of a country for inflation by dividing the nominal GDP by the deflator. The adjusted number, or real GDP, is the... More »

The long-term economic forecast for the United States ranges between 1 percent and 3 percent growth of Gross Domestic Product per year. Many reputable institutions provide medium-term and long-term forecasts of GDP growt... More »

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The real Gross Domestic Product per person, or per capita, is calculated by first adjusting the nominal GDP of a country for inflation by dividing the nominal GDP by the deflator. The adjusted number, or real GDP, is the... More »

GDP, or Gross Domestic Product, is the monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country’s borders in a specific time period. It includes all private and public consumption, investments and ... More »

Nominal GDP is a measure of the Gross Domestic Product in absolute terms, while real GDP is a measure that factors in the rate of inflation. More »