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Prepared by Ikuo Saito (APD).
The difference between a discount rate people face and the market rate.
Nakamura et al. (2016), as a BoJ Reports & Research Paper, proposes a new timely consumption indicator, “Consumption Activity Index,” as preliminary quarterly estimates of private consumption (national accounts data) is arguably not very reliable, while annual reports on national accounts have a lag of almost a year.