The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the ratio of the value of a basket of goods in the current year to the value of that same basket of goods in an earlier year. It measures the average level of prices of the goods and services typically consumed by an urban American family. Parkin, 1990 Bureau of Labor Statistics -- regional and commodity/service group indexes
How the CPI is used to make these calculations Directions: Enter years as 4 digits (eg 1998). Enter dollar amount without commas or $ sign in box on first line. Click Calculate button to compute dollar amount shown on second line. If in (year) I bought goods or services for $,
in (year) the same goods or services would cost $ Notes:
* What would an item or service purchased in 1998 be worth in 19?? dollars? Example: The CPI is used to calculate how prices have changed over the years. Let's say you have $7 in your pocket to purchase some goods and services today. How much money would you have needed in 1950 to buy the same amount of goods and services?
The CPI for 1950 = 24.1
The CPI for 1998 = 162.9 (estimate based on the first 4 months of 1998)
Use the following formula to compute the calculation:
1950 Price = 1998 Price * (1950 CPI / 1998 CPI)
$7.00 x 24.1 / 162.9 = $1.03
Morgan silver dollars were not made in 1989.
Current value is about $29.00 dollars.
The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921.
Morgan dollars were made from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.
dollar price to afghani in 1989
It is usually worth about 23-27 dollars a piece in Unc. or AU-50. It is worth about 55 dollars in a Proof set.
average of 11 to 55 dollars 55 being if it is the congressional jfk half dollar
The Seven Million Dollar Fugitive - 1989 was released on: USA: 1989
Assuming you're referring to a US Kennedy Half Dollar, in circulated condition it's worth half a dollar, in strong Uncirculated (MS-63) maybe a three dollars, and in Proof (Pr-65) about 9 dollars. All circulation half dollars dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel and do not contain any silver.
In Canada, about a dollar.
Kennedy is on the HALF-dollar, and one from 1989 is worth 50 cents.