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RPI

Abbreviation for reticulocyte production index.
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The retail price index (RPI), which did not suffer from any measurement inconsistency, was firmly in the negative territory in the past five years prior to 2003.
The Levy Board will not link any future increase in administration costs to the Retail Price Index.
The retail price index (RPI) is perhaps the most widely monitored indicator of inflation in the U.K.
The data showed the Construction Materials Retail Price Index (CMRPI) in the National Capital Region (NCR) grew 2.5 percent in January 2019.
The Retail Price Index of Selected Construction Materials in the National Capital Region rose at a faster pace of 2.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling uses retail price index (RPI) which was 1.9 per cent in July, to set price rules.
The change would mean future pension income increases are linked to the consumer price index, rather than the higher retail price index.
The increase is linked to November's Retail Price Index (RPI), which was announced this week.
The Tory-led Government is also changing the way this will work in future by using the Consumer Price Index to measure cost of living increases, rather than the Retail Price Index which would give pensioners bigger annual increases.
The retail price index in January this year went up 3.4 percent from the same month of last year.
Several unions are taking action in the High Court to challenge using the consumer price index (CPI) instead of the traditionally higher retail price index (RPI) for the annual increase in public sector pensions.
The bond offers a three or five-year fixedrate term, paying interest based on the Retail Price Index, plus a guaranteed 0.25 per cent or one per cent respectively.