PCE

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PCE

pseudocholinesterase; see cholinesterase.

PCE

Abbreviation for potentially compensable event.
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Fiscal restraint and uncertainty, slowly declining yet still-elevated rates of unemployment, modest growth in disposable personal income, and modest growth in household asset values have all combined to slow the rate of increase in personal consumption expenditures during the recovery.
where APC is average propensity to consume, PI is personal income, DPI is disposable personal income, PCE is personal consumption expenditures, and T is tax and nontax payments.
Still, personal consumption expenditures have probably turned a significant corner and will continue to support our growing economy.
Consumers Spent the Least on Food at Home Share of personal consumption expenditures Expenditures per Economy Food Beverages Tobacco person Percent $US High-income:(1) United States 9.
Personal consumption expenditures will continue to account for about two-thirds of GNP.
The largest losses come in personal consumption expenditures ($27 billion) and business fixed investment ($18 billion).
Table: A larger share of personal consumption expenditures will be spent on services than on goods.
In 2004 consumers' personal consumption expenditures accounted for 70 percent of the entire $11.
The revisions were just as striking for personal consumption expenditures and private fixed investment.

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