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Real Disposable Personal Income

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Disposable Personal Income is an economic measure of the total amount of money that is available to the population or households to use and spend after all taxes have been paid.

The Disposable Personal Income is a key economical indicator and is often used to monitor and gauge the state of the economy. It is calculated by subtracting personal taxes from the total personal income. The remaining money, the disposable personal income, is what is left to save or spend. These numbers are then used by economists to calculate and estimate households' capacity of spending and saving. The more the disposable personal income amount increases from the last release/month, the more the signal is positive and bullish for the economy.

The DPI refers to the Disposable Personal Income, which is also known as Disposable income. The Real Disposable Personal Income is the inflation adjusted version of the disposable personal income and it is downloaded by the current trading object.

This economic measure is available under the Personal Income and Outlays release and is provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce: Bureau of Economic Analysis. The current item downloads historical Real Disposable Personal Income data automatically and save it under the following ticker symbol: "^Disposable_income".

This Real Disposable Personal Income measure is updated monthly; it is also seasonally and inflation adjusted. The data unit is Billions of Chained 2005 Dollars and it spans from 1959 to present.




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