PCE

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PCE

pseudocholinesterase; see cholinesterase.

PCE

Abbreviation for potentially compensable event.
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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.
While improvements in the values of both asset classes have, to differing degrees, helped to support growth in personal consumption expenditures, there have also been shifts in the composition of the average household's asset portfolio that have likely worked to slow growth in consumption.
However, the day after that release, the Commerce Department reported that in September -- the third month of the quarter -- personal consumption expenditures on an annualized rate were actually down 0.
The services component of personal consumption expenditures is projected to have healthy annual average growth of 3.
Still, personal consumption expenditures have probably turned a significant corner and will continue to support our growing economy.
In 1989, Americans used a little under 10 percent of their total personal consumption expenditures (PCE) on food at home--the lowest share in the world.
Personal consumption expenditures, the largest category, will have the greatest dollar increase wven with an everage growth rate.
The Department of Commerce indicated that the increase primarily reflected positive contributions from personal consumption expenditures (PCE) and exports.
The largest losses come in personal consumption expenditures ($27 billion) and business fixed investment ($18 billion).
Personal consumption expenditures account for two-thirds of total GNP.
The revisions were just as striking for personal consumption expenditures and private fixed investment.
Purchase Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) in the United States amounts to more than $7.

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