Example sentences for: inflation-adjusted

How can you use “inflation-adjusted” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • USA Today goes with the Census Bureau's finding that household earnings reached record (inflation-adjusted) levels last year--a median of $38,900.

  • (This story gets three columns in both Times es and four in the Washington Post .) The New York Times and USA Today front one of the nation's largest product-liability settlements: American Home Products has agreed to pay an inflation-adjusted $3.

  • This, in turn, will either raise real (inflation-adjusted) incomes (if domestic production increases to meet the increased buying power of citizens), or raise the price level (if more money ends up chasing the same amount of goods).

  • The Wall Street Journal quotes fresh government research indicating that total U.S. health care expenditures rose but an inflation-adjusted 1.9% in 1996, the slowest growth rate in nearly forty years.

  • Oddly, the LAT puts the nominal, rather than the inflation-adjusted, payout in both its headline and its lede.


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