The Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) began publishing the Survey of Current Business in an online only format in February 2014 in response to declining usage of the printed version and budgetary pressures.
Going forward, BEA intends to make further changes to the online Survey. In August, BEA intends to stop publishing PDF versions of the charts and tables that typically appear in the “Charts, Tables and More” section.
Rest assured, these data remain available through BEA’s interactive data system, which allows users to customize and download the data in a variety of ways. In addition, BEA provides economic series as originally released in an online archive.
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GDP and the Economy: Final Estimates for the Second Quarter of 2008
Real GDP increased 2.8 percent after increasing 0.9 percent in the first quarter. Prices paid by U.S. residents rose 4.2 percent after rising 3.5 percent, reflecting accelerating energy and food prices.
Newly Available NIPA Tables
Statistics on federal receipts and expenditures and the federal budget, state and local government receipts and expenditures and Census Bureau data, state and local government receipts and expenditures, and seasonally unadjusted estimates.
Real Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade
These estimates for the fourth quarter of 2004 through the second quarter of 2008 reflect the most recent annual revision of the national income and product accounts.
U.S. International Services: Cross-Border Trade in 2007 and Services Supplied Through Affiliates in 2006
A broad look at U.S. international services, including both cross-border trade and services supplied through affiliates. This year's article includes several improvements to these statistics.
U.S. International Transactions for the Second Quarter of 2008
The U.S. current-account deficit increased $7.5 billion to $183.1 billion. In the financial account, net financial inflows decreased $53.6 billion to $136.7 billion.
Gross Domestic Product by Metropolitan Area: Newly Available Statistics for 2006 and Revised Statistics for 2004–2005
Economic growth was widespread across metropolitan areas in 2006. Real GDP increased in 308 of 363 metropolitan areas. In 177 areas, GDP growth accelerated.
State Personal Income for the Second Quarter of 2008 and Revised Statistics for 2005–2007
Personal income accelerated in the second quarter, rising 1.8 percent after rising 0.8 percent in the first quarter. The rise reflected tax rebate payments from the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008.
BEA Regional Program Outreach in 2009
BEA's regional economic accounts provide detailed estimates for states, counties, and metropolitan areas. To help users better understand and use these statistics, BEA participates in various conferences and workshops.
Upcoming in the Survey...
Summary of NIPA Methodologies. Updated source data and methods used to prepare current-dollar and real GDP and current-dollar gross domestic income.
Operations of U.S. Multinational Companies. A look at the value added, employment, and capital expenditures of nonbank U.S. multinational companies in 2006.