Gross Domestic Income (GDI) q/q shows a change in the total income earned by all sectors of US economy in the given quarter compared to the previous one.
GDI is calculated as the sum of all salaries, profits ans taxes, net of subsidies, net operational surplus and main capital consumption.
This is a less popular statistical measure of economic activity used by FED, than GDP. Unlike the gross domestic product, which is calculated using expenditures, gross domestic income is calculated on the basis of revenues. The values should be approximately equal in theory, but usually there is difference between them. The main three reasons for this difference are as follows: different information sources (which provide different source data), statistical sampling errors and difference in the income and expenditure registration time. This difference is called a statistical discrepancy.
GDP growth can be seen as positive for the US dollar quotes.
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