Real GDP increased 3.0 percent, reflecting positive contributions from consumer spending, inventory investment, nonresidential fixed investment, exports, and federal government spending.
The data and methods used to prepare current-dollar and real gross domestic product and current-dollar gross domestic income, reflecting the 2017 annual NIPA update.
A look at improvements in BEA's statistics on the activities of multinational enterprises and on trade in services, at improvements in researchers' access to the data, and at the resulting research.
Growth in consumer spending by state in 2016 ranged from 0.2 percent in North Dakota to 6.2 percent in Utah. Nationwide, consumer spending by state on average grew 4.0 percent.
Returns for Domestic Nonfinancial Business. Aggregate rates of return for nonfinancial corporations, industries, and selected industry groups.