Avon Beauty sales declined 9%, or flat in constant dollars.
What does K$ stand for?
K$ stands for Constant Dollars
This definition appears very frequently
- Que (Spanish)
- Special K (cereal)
- Tanker Aircraft Designation (US military, as in KC-10)
- US Offices in China Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Wreck Less Than $50 Damage (Alabama Public Safety radio code)
- Knights of Columbus
- Knights of Pythias (Masons)
- Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca (ophthalmology; form of eye inflammation)
- Kansas State University
- Kyrie Eleison (Greek: Lord Have Mercy; a Catholic prayer)
- Kent and East Sussex Railway
- Kansas and Gulf Shortline
- Kultur Und Gesellschaft (German)
- Knife & Gun Club
- Knopp and Humblet Scheduling Algorithm
- Joint Knopp and Humblet / Round-Robin Scheduling Algorithm
- Knox & Kane Railroad
- Kohl & Madden
- Kansas and Oklahoma Railroad
Samples in periodicals archive:
9% in constant dollars during the second quarter of 2012.
Our own nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office points out that per-student spending increased 25 percent in constant dollars from 1991 to 2001 alone, a fact that can be mined at www.
There is unsettling news for lower-income college aspirants, however: While grant aid per student remains significantly higher for low-income students and lowest for high-income students, data from the report shows that the gap is narrowing as federal aid becomes less and less targeted on students with need: * More than three-quarters of state-funded financial aid remains need-based, but while need-based state grants grew 50 percent in inflation-adjusted dollars during the 1990s, merit-based state grants more than tripled in constant dollars between 1990-2000.
However, when relative prices change, constant dollars tend to place too much weight on goods or services for which relative prices have fallen and too little emphasis on items for which relative prices have risen.
General Fund expenditures in 1995 are budgeted to increase by 4 percent in constant dollars (a budgeted growth rate not seen by cities since 1990), following a 0.
The "residual," which is the difference between constant-dollar GDP less the statistical discrepancy in constant dollars and GDP in constant dollars measured as the sum of GPO by industry, was -$33.
Industry shipments in constant dollars will grow at a compound annual rate of about 3% during the next five years.