PCE

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PCE

pseudocholinesterase; see cholinesterase.

PCE

Abbreviation for potentially compensable event.
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As the growth of personal consumption expenditures fell, personal income growth also fell.
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.
Growth in personal consumption expenditures is expected to continue at 3.
The services component of personal consumption expenditures is projected to have healthy annual average growth of 3.
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.
Other economies spend a similar share of personal consumption expenditures on food.
Table: A larger share of personal consumption expenditures will be spent on services than on goods.
Food excludes personal consumption expenditures for purchased
Those cards represent over 14 percent of Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE), indicating that consumers spend more than $14 out of every $100 using a Visa branded card.
Crude oil prices are high and they may rise even more, but adjusted for inflation they are still much lower than their peak in 1981, and they amount to only three percent of personal consumption expenditures.
Industry research shows that personal checks are used in approximately half of all personal consumption expenditures, yet less than one percent were converted to electronic transactions.

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