Referential AUD based on CPI (2012e)

2013-06-14T04:43:45Z (GMT) by J Perezgonzalez
<p>Referential AUD provides the inflator/deflator multiplier for standardizing <a href="http://wikiofscience.wikidot.com/technology1:referential-currency">referential AUS dollars</a> (rAUD, r$). It is based on the average annual CPI (Consumer Price Index), weighted average of 8 capital cities, for all groups <em>(Rate Inflation, 2012<sup><a>3</a></sup>)</em>. (Also retrievable from Wiki of Science.) </p> <div>Referential GBP provides the inflator/deflator multiplier for standardizing UK pounds (rGBP, r£) (within the philosophy of  referential currencies). It is based on the average annual CPI for Great Britain. (Also retrievable from <a href="http://wikiofscience.wikidot.com/technology1:referential-gbp-cpi" target="_blank">Wiki of Science</a>.) - See more at: http://figshare.com/articles/Referential_GBP_based_on_CPI_2012e_/709023#sthash.iEENzN7y.dpuf</div> <div>Referential GBP provides the inflator/deflator multiplier for standardizing UK pounds (rGBP, r£) (within the philosophy of  referential currencies). It is based on the average annual CPI for Great Britain. (Also retrievable from <a href="http://wikiofscience.wikidot.com/technology1:referential-gbp-cpi" target="_blank">Wiki of Science</a>.) - See more at: http://figshare.com/articles/Referential_GBP_based_on_CPI_2012e_/709023#sthash.iEENzN7y.dpuf</div>