GDP and the Economy: Final Estimates for the Third Quarter of 2007
Real GDP increased 4.9 percent after increasing 3.8 percent in the second quarter. Exports, consumer spending, and inventory investment all accelerated. Corporate profits turned down.
Real Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade for the Third Quarter of 2007
These statistics, including the estimates of inventories for manufacturing by stage of fabrication, have been updated.
Errata: U.S. Benchmark Input-Output Accounts, 2002
Various tables that were published in the October 2007 Survey have been revised: the make and use of commodities before redefinitions, the list of industries in the 2002 benchmark accounts, and the input-output commodity composition of NIPA personal consumption expenditure categories.
U.S. International Transactions: Third Quarter of 2007
The U.S. current-account deficit decreased $10.5 billion to $178.5 billion from $188.9 billion in the second quarter; the surpluses on income and services increased, while the deficit on goods decreased.
An Ownership-Based Framework of the U.S. Current Account, 1997–2006
This annual supplement to the international transactions accounts presents current-account statistics that combine cross-border trade and net receipts of affiliates from sales by multinational companies.
State Personal Income: Third Quarter of 2007
Personal income growth for the nation accelerated, increasing 1.4 percent after increasing 0.9 percent. State personal income growth ranged from 0.8 percent to 3.6 percent. Growth accelerated or held steady in all but 11 states.
Upcoming in the Survey...
Annual Industry Accounts. Statistics for 2004–2006 will be published in the February Survey.
Preview of the Revised NIPA Estimates. The effects of incorporating the 2002 benchmark input-output accounts on the comprehensive NIPA revision will be published in an upcoming issue of the Survey.