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Data Appendix The data used in this study are derived from the sources that follow. The notation (s.a.) stands for seasonally-adjusted. The notation (1992=100) implies that the base year for the series in question is 1992.
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Series Source Matrix Base Years.a.FrequencyConvertedData Span
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Total CPIb8206001992=100yesmonthlyquarterly1961:1-98:1
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Core CPIb8206551992=100yesmonthlyquarterly1961:1-98:1
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Real GDPd148721992=100yesquarterly1961:1-98:1 Canada/U.S. bilateral nominal exchange rate b100000monthlyquarterly1961:1-98:1 U.S. Total CPIm.cusa01982-84 =100 yesmonthlyquarterly1961:1-98:1 Oil price (WTI)coilmonthlyquarterly1961:1-98:1 Indirext taxestxpcpif
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