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September 2005 - Volume 85 - Number 9

Director's Message

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Taking Account

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Business Situation: Preliminary Estimates for the Second Quarter of 2005

Real GDP increased 3.3 percent after increasing 3.8 percent in the first quarter, primarily reflecting a downturn in private inventory investment. Corporate profits increased $79.2 billion after increasing $68.7 billion. Net government saving increased $30.7 billion to -$290.9 billion. | PDF

Annual NIPA Revision: Newly Available Table

BEA continues to release the results from the annual NIPA revision. | PDF

Fixed Assets and Consumer Durable Goods for 1994-2004

These estimates cover the net stock of equipment and software and of structures owned by business and government and the net stock of durable goods owned by consumers. They incorporate the results of the annual NIPA revision. | PDF

Annual Industry Accounts: Introducing KLEMS Input Estimates for 1997-2003

These new estimates present greater detail on three types of intermediate inputs--energy, materials, and purchased services--that are consumed by industries in the production of goods and services. | PDF 

Preview of the Benchmark Input-Output Accounts for 2002: Preliminary Estimates of Gross Output and Proposed Classification Framework

These estimates present a preview of the distribution of gross output in the U.S. economy and propose a classification framework for industries and commodities that is based on the 2002 North American Industry Classification System. | PDF

Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: Detail for Historical-Cost Position and Related Capital and Income Flows, 2004

Detailed estimates of the direct investment position and international transactions by industry and by country and the composition of investment by foreign companies in the United States. | PDF

U.S. Direct Investment Abroad: Detail for Historical-Cost Position and Related Capital and Income Flows, 2004

Detailed estimates of the direct investment position and international transactions of U.S. multinational companies by industry and by country and the composition of investment by U.S. companies abroad. | PDF

Looking Ahead

U.S. International Services. Estimates of cross-border trade in services for 2004 and of sales of services through affiliates for 2003 are scheduled for the October Survey.

BEA Current and Historical Data

National Data

  • Selected NIPA tablesPDF 
  • Other NIPA and NIPA-related tables | PDF  
  • Historical measures | PDF 
  • Charts | PDF

International Data

  • Transactions tables PDF 
  • Investment tables PDF
  • Charts PDF

Regional Data

  • State and regional tables | PDF 
  • Local area table PDF 
  • Charts PDF 

Appendixes

  • Additional information about the NIPA estimatesPDF
  • Suggested reading | PDF