Inflation , Mathematics

Inflation

The inflation rate for a given period can be calculated using the following formula;

Inflation = (current retail price index/retail price index in the base year)  × 100

Marshal Hedge Worth Index

 

Marshal Hedge worth index =268_Inflation.png× 100 

 

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