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How do I use quarter-to-quarter (or month-to-month) percent changes?
How do I use the tables showing contributions to percent change in real GDP or contributions to percent change in major GDP components?
How do I use chain-type indexes (or chained-dollar) measures of economic activity, such as real GDP?
How do I use current-dollar measures of economic activity, such as GDP?
How large are the impacts of the Microsoft special dividend payments?
How are dividends defined in the U.S. national accounts?
How do the source data and estimating methods compare for estimating the IPI and GDP for goods?
How do the industrial production index (IPI) and the gross domestic product (GDP) compare conceptually?
What do we know about the accuracy of GDP?
Why is information on imports of services, GDP, and outsourcing important?
What other measures of saving are available, and what do they show?
Why do the NIPAs exclude capital gains from income and saving?
Do the NIPAs include all sources of funds that could be used for personal consumption expenditures?
How is it possible for personal saving to be negative?
What is rental income of persons?
How is consumption of fixed capital (CFC) impacted by disasters such as Hurricane Katrina?
How are the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) payments caused by natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina treated in the NIPAs?
How are GDP and related income measures of the national accounts affected by a disaster?
What are the effects of hurricanes and other disasters on the international economic accounts?
How do losses recovered from foreign insurance companies following natural or man-made disasters affect foreign transactions, the current account balance, and net lending or net borrowing?