RDI

(redirected from Real Disposable Income)
AcronymDefinition
RDIRecommended Daily Intake
RDIRelationship Development Intervention
RDIRespiratory Disturbance Index
RDIRemote Defect Indication
RDIRiff Device Independent Bitmap
RDIRecommanded Daily Intake
RDIReference Daily Intake
RDIResearch, Development and Innovation
RDIReal Disposable Income (economics)
RDIRoyal Designer for Industry
RDIResearch Diagnostics, Inc. (various locations)
RDIRecherche, Développement et Innovation (French: Research, Development and Innovation; various organizations)
RDIRelative Dose Intensity
RDIReseau d'Information (Radio Canada's French language news service)
RDIRaw Data Interface (computing)
RDIRegenerative Design Institute
RDIRadar Doppler à Impulsions (French military plane radar)
RDIRemote Defect Identification (Asynchronous Transfer Mode, ATM)
RDIResource Development Institute (US and Pakistan)
RDIRevue de Droit Immobilier (French: Real Estate Law Journal)
RDIRequired Daily Intake
RDIRhône Développement Initiative (French: Rhone Development Initiative; Rhone, France)
RDIRecherche Développement International (French: International Development Research)
RDIRemote Debugging Interface
RDIResults-Driven Incremental (methodology for project implementation and management)
RDIReclamation Drought Index (drought severity and duration)
RDIRainfall Dependent Infiltration
RDIRemote Detect Indication
RDIResidential Density Incentives
RDIResource Development Initiative (Children's Services Council and the United Way of Palm Beach County)
RDIRamsey Did It (JonBenet Ramsey theory)
RDIRadiology & Diagnostic Imaging, PSC (Owensboro, Kentucky)
RDIRange-Doppler Interferometry
RDIRadiation Dynamics Incorporated
RDIRetirement Disposal Instruction
RDIRegional Development and Innovation
RDIRedirection Destination Index
RDIRow Digital Interconnect
RDIRecherche et Développement en Informatique (French: Research and Development in Information Technology)
RDIRemote Data Input
RDIReport Data Interface
RDIReconnaissance, Detection & Identification
RDIReceived Differential Input
RDIRecently Disembarked Individual (see FOB)
RDIReport Data Interchange
RDIRogers Dedicated Internet (Canada)
RDIRéalisation et Diffusion pour l'Industrie (French: Production and Distribution for Industry)
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CONSUMER spending is forecast to outperform the economy as a whole in the next year, but growth in households' real disposable income is set to slow down after a spike in 2018.
US consumers, especially lower and middle class families, who have used cheaper international goods to offset their stagnant real disposable income (0.9% last year) will be faced with sharply higher costs of clothes, furniture, shoes and appliances.
The not-for-profit research outfit found the richest 10th, who have a real disposable income of PS50,000 or more, will pocket PS410 each.
Household demand is constrained by the fact that real disposable income does not grow at the same pace as before.
The Government's own analysis shows growth would slump by 8.5 per cent in the next 15 years, with real disposable income down 9.6 per cent and business investment down 10.2 per cent.
Potential declines in real disposable income could contribute to a gradual and moderate rise in arrears in 2018.
The increase in households' real disposable income is a positive sign that shows Iranian households preferred to spend their additional inflation adjusted income rather than saving it.
It expects structural reforms to increase growth, along with higher real disposable income supported by implementation of the seventh pay commission recommendations and an average monsoon.
Real Disposable Income. December real disposable income was roughly $12.8 billion (seasonally adjusted at an annual rate), an all-time high.
In the meantime, inflation - driven in part by the collapse in sterling - is expected to "erode" real earnings growth and lead to a "sharp fall" in real disposable income growth.
The think tank warned that this will impact on real disposable income.
It was also predicting unemployment to rise from 5% to 7.1% by the end of 2019, with household and real disposable income set to drop by 0.5% next year.