Phantom GDP, Inflation, and ProfitsBy
The phantom GDP effect does nothing to change consumer price inflation, which is measured by a separate survey. However, it does imply that inflation measured via the GDP deflator is being understated. That is, the prices of the things that the U.S. produces are rising at a somewhat faster rate than the numbers show.
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