Table 4.—Real Personal Consumption Expenditures

[Seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

Billions of chained (1996) dollars Percent change from preceding quarter
Level Change from preceding quarter 1999
1999 1999 I II III IV
IV I II III IV
Personal consumption expenditures6,120.392.673.471.587.06.55.14.95.9
Durable goods846.622.817.315.125.412.49.17.713.0
Motor vehicles and parts325.83.06.82.46.23.99.23.08.0
Of which: New autos108.51.65.6–.87.16.525.5–3.231.0
New light trucks89.1–.91.32.3.2–4.06.011.01.2
Furniture and household equipment359.214.18.810.513.219.311.313.016.3
Other164.16.41.82.96.518.54.88.017.3
Nondurable goods1,810.636.914.215.631.38.93.33.67.2
Food873.24.15.15.423.22.02.42.611.4
Clothing and shoes318.019.12.14.8–3.628.42.76.2–4.5
Gasoline, fuel oil, and other energy goods144.91.01.0.6.42.82.81.81.0
Other473.913.26.04.910.412.65.44.39.3
Services3,473.034.542.741.432.44.25.25.03.8
Housing834.26.44.75.45.73.22.32.72.7
Household operation361.48.64.85.6–3.010.35.66.4–3.2
Electricity and gas130.65.41.13.2–4.818.53.59.9–13.4
Other household operation230.53.23.62.51.66.06.74.43.0
Transportation243.91.62.22.51.52.83.64.22.5
Medical care889.53.46.48.98.61.63.04.24.0
Recreation237.15.66.67.44.710.912.713.88.3
Other907.29.118.111.814.64.38.75.56.7

NOTE.—See note to table 1 for an explanation of chained (1996) dollar series. Chained (1996) dollar levels and residuals are shown in NIPA tables 2.3 and 8.9B (motor vehicles). Percent changes in major aggregates are shown in NIPA table S.1.

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