Real GDP

Real Gross Domestic Product is arguably the most important economic metric out there. Reason being, it measures the total economic output of a country. The "real" part adjusts output for inflation, so it tracks true growth of the economy rather than price-based changes in output.

Although the nominal value of real GDP is important, the percentage change basis is much more commonly used:

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