Harmonized Index Of Consumer Prices (HICP)

Harmonized Index Of Consumer Prices (HICP),

What Does Harmonized Index Of Consumer Prices (HICP) Mean?

  • The Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is a list of final fees paid by European consumers for goods in the community basket. This is a common measure of inflation in the euro area.

    • The Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices (HICP) is a comprehensive measure of inflation in the euro area.
    • HICP takes into account consumer price inflation for each ECB member country and assigns appropriate weight to the index.
    • The HICP Index is based on a basket of rural and urban consumer goods in each country.

Literal Meanings of Harmonized Index Of Consumer Prices (HICP)

Harmonized:

Meanings of Harmonized:
  1. Add notes (from the melody) to create harmony.

  2. Create interesting visual combinations.

  3. Make it permanent or compatible.

Sentences of Harmonized
  1. We only align the scales with the notes of that particular key.

  2. The color, texture and shape of the container match the flowers on display.

  3. An economic group was formed to coordinate national development plans.

Synonyms of Harmonized

set each other off, fit together, tie in, concert, homogenize, blend, balance, be congruous, bring in line (with), mix, synchronize, be consonant, coordinate, be harmonious, be compatible, bring together, match, suit each other, go together, systematize, be well coordinated, tone in, bring in tune (with), make consistent

Index:

Meanings of Index:
  1. Alphabetical list of names, articles, etc. (in a book or series of books) on the page on which they are mentioned.

  2. The brand or measure of something.

  3. Exponents or other superscripts or subscripts added to the set.

  4. Pointing to a device that indicates intensity, scale position, etc.

  5. Automatically associates a price (price, salary, or other payment) with the price index value.

  6. (Machine or part of a machine) moves from one predefined position to another to perform a sequence of tasks.

Sentences of Index
  1. Cross references equipped with clear index.

  2. Test scores can be used as an indicator of teacher effectiveness.

  3. This list contains articles under regional headings.

  4. The Supreme Soviet passed a law linking wages to prices.

  5. Flip and index to occupy adjacent joint positions.

Synonyms of Index

token, signal, pointer, clue, mark, guide, marker, lead, evidence, indicator, intimation, implication, indication, hand, finger, needle, hint, symptom, suggestion, sign

Of:

Meanings of Of:
  1. Expresses the relationship between part and whole.

  2. Express the relationship between scale and size and value.

  3. Indicates the relationship between the two entities, usually one of the parents, the first the header of the sentence and the second something related to it.

  4. Expresses the relationship between direction and reference point.

  5. Indicates the relationship between a general category or type and a particular object belonging to that category.

  6. Derived from a verb or after a related noun.

  7. A reference to a substance or substance that describes something.

  8. Express the hour for the next hour.

  9. Variations of the spelling of ob found before f (as in insulting).

Sentences of Of
  1. North of Watford

  2. Nice to meet you.

  3. In New York it will be from quarter to three.

Consumer:

Meanings of Consumer:
  1. Someone who buys goods and services for personal use.

  2. Someone or something that eats or uses.

  3. Heterotrophs are organisms that obtain essential organic compounds and energy from the use of other organisms.

Sentences of Consumer
  1. Understanding that customer motivation is more important than ever.

  2. Scandinavia is the largest consumer of wheat.

  3. Consumers cannot make their own food, so they must use other organisms for energy.

Synonyms of Consumer

patron, shopper, end user, customer, buyer, purchaser, the clientele, client, the market, user, the public

Prices:

Meanings of Prices:
  1. An amount that is given as an expectation, need or payment for something.

  2. Encountered an unwanted experience or process to achieve the goal.

  3. Decide on the amount you need as payment (something offered for sale).

  4. Find or price (something to sell).

Sentences of Prices
  1. Land can be sold at a higher price.

  2. The price of success is a day of debate.

  3. The watch costs £ 55.

Synonyms of Prices

estimate, payment, terms, disbenefit, trial, cost, evaluate, deprivation, fare, torment, expenses, suffering, outlay, minus, bane, disadvantage, appraise, put a price on, assess, assay, sum, fix/set the price of, expenditure, worth, sacrifice, worry, valuation