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Why Does the GDP Change So Much?
The Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, is constantly being revived. That‘s because counting all the goods and services sold in the country can be a challenging and overwhelming task. Usually, the government issues at least three versions of the GDP, but last year, the figure was revised all the way back to 1929. Watch this video, reported with CNBC’s Jeff Cox to learn why.
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Is Life in America Getting More (or Less) Expensive?
Every month the government issues its measure of consumer inflation, and every month, Americans scratch their heads in puzzlement.
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How to Grab Skating Gold: It's All About Math
New rules used to score figure skating requires that judges create two different sets of scores, multiplied against varying factors, averaged and then added together. As if that wasn't complicated enough, the scoring happens twice.
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Why the Jobless Rate Isn't What It Seems
The unemployment number: it's the mother of all economic barometers. But do Americans really know what it's telling us and whether it's giving us a complete picture of the labor market's health? Watch this NBC News video and find out.
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Pain at the Pump: Why Do Gas Prices Change?
The price of gasoline depends on everything from refiners and shippers to geography and taxes.
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