June 2006 - Volume 86 - Number 6
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Taking Account | PDF version (35 kb)
GDP and the Economy: Preliminary Estimates for the First Quarter of 2006
Real GDP increased 5.3 percent after increasing 1.7 percent, reflecting an acceleration in consumer spending, an acceleration in exports, an upturn in Federal Government spending, and an acceleration in equipment and software. Corporate profits slowed. | PDF version (8622
Government Receipts and Expenditures: Estimates for the First Quarter of 2006
Net government saving increased $96.4 billion to -$216.4 billion. Net Federal Government saving increased $66.7 billion to -$236.0 billion. Net state and local government saving increased $29.8 billion to $19. 6 billion. | PDF version (1095
U.S. Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts for 2002-2005
The tourism industry grew for the fourth year in a row. Real output of goods and services grew 4.9 percent in 2005, a deceleration from the strong 6.7-percent growth in 2004. | PDF version (651
Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: New Investment in 2005
Outlays by foreign investors to acquire or establish U.S. businesses increased $0.6 billion to $86.8 billion despite a significant increase in merger and acquisition activity. Outlays to acquire existing businesses continued to exceed outlays to establish new businesses. | PDF version (316
Subject Guide for January-June 2006
This guide lists the articles and other information that were published in these issues of the Survey. | PDF version (53
Looking Ahead . . .
Annual Revision of the U.S. International Accounts. A summary of the major sources of the revisions to these accounts for 1995-2005 will be published in the July Survey.
Gross State Product. The advance estimates for 2005 and the revised estimates for 1998-2004 will also be published in the July Survey.
BEA Current and Historical Data
- Additional information about the NIPA estimates | PDF version (259 kb)
- Suggested reading | PDF version (124 kb)