average earnings index


average earnings index
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average earnings index UK US noun [C] (plural average earnings indices, average earnings indexes) (ABBREVIATION AEI) ECONOMICS
in the UK, a series of numbers that compares the average amount of money earned by a worker during the year with the amount earned in the previous year: »

The average earnings index is expected to show that wages rose at a 4.4% annual pace in August.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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