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Corporate Profits by Industry.

Bureau of Economic Analysis
Table 6.16D. Corporate Profits by Industry
[Billions of dollars] Seasonally adjusted at annual rates
Last Revised on: August 26, 2016 - Next Release Date September 29, 2016

Line                                       2014     2014     2014
                                          I       II      III
 1      Corporate profits with
 2      inventory
        valuation and capital
        consumption adjustments         2,024.6  2,174.3  2,193.6
      Domestic industries               1,611.0  1,772.8  1,771.2
 3     Financial 1                        434.8    480.5    410.1
 4     Nonfinancial                     1,176.2  1,292.3  1,361.1
 5    Rest of the world                   413.7    401.5    422.4
 6     Receipts from the rest
 7     of the world                       681.8    687.6    705.5
       Less: Payments to the
 8     rest of the world                  268.1    286.2    283.1
        Corporate profits with
 9      inventory valuation adjustment  2,136.5  2,287.0  2,308.9
      Domestic industries               1,722.9  1,885.5  1,886.5
10     Financial                          469.2    515.7    446.7
11      Federal Reserve banks              98.5    104.7    106.2
12      Other financial (2)               370.7    411.0    340.4
13     Nonfinancial                     1,253.7  1,369.8  1,439.8
14      Utilities                          40.3     28.9     31.1
15      Manufacturing                     384.7    474.6    464.4
16       Durable goods                    207.2    237.8    252.0
17        Fabricated metal products        21.9     23.2     25.2
18        Machinery                        30.6     37.0     37.2
19        Computer and electronic
20        products                         49.7     52.7     55.0
          Electrical equipment,
21        appliances, and components       18.8     18.1     16.7
          Motor vehicles, bodies
22        and trailers, and parts          23.8     34.5     37.0
          Other durable goods (3)          62.4     72.2     80.8
23       Nondurable goods                 177.5    236.9    212.4
24        Food and beverage and
25        tobacco products                 40.9     57.8     59.2
          Petroleum and coal products      52.4     62.9     53.0
26        Chemical products                60.2     86.4     68.9
27       Other nondurable goods (4)        24.0     29.8     31.3
28      Wholesale trade                   121.7    139.4    170.1

29      Retail trade                      152.2    164.0    169.2
30      Transportation and warehousing     53.1     63.5     67.1
31      Information                       115.0    118.5    115.7
32      Other nonfinancial (5)            386.6    380.9    422.2
33        Rest of the world                   413.7    401.5    422.4

Line                                       2014     2015     2015
                                         IV       I        II
 1      Corporate profits with
 2      inventory
        valuation and capital
        consumption adjustments         2,215.8  2,177.0  2,112.4
      Domestic industries               1,809.4  1,787.5  1,729.8
 3     Financial 1                        451.3    469.7    464.4
 4     Nonfinancial                     1,358.2  1,317.8  1,265.4
 5    Rest of the world                   406.3    389.5    382.6
 6     Receipts from the rest
 7     of the world                       691.8    650.6    665.0
       Less: Payments to the
 8     rest of the world                  285.4    261.1    282.4
        Corporate profits with
 9      inventory valuation adjustment  2,331.2  2,284.5  2,214.9
      Domestic industries               1,924.9  1,895.0  1,832.3
10     Financial                          489.4    507.9    504.2
11      Federal Reserve banks             104.3    99.5     100.7
12      Other financial (2)               385.1    408.3    403.5
13     Nonfinancial                     1,435.4  1,387.1  1,328.1
14      Utilities                          33.0     24.1      9.4
15      Manufacturing                     475.4    456.6    436.4
16       Durable goods                    256.2    235.4    246.7
17        Fabricated metal products        22.5     25.6     25.2
18        Machinery                        39.0     34.6     30.8
19        Computer and electronic
20        products                         56.0     53.5     48.9
          Electrical equipment,
21        appliances, and components       15.6     16.8     16.8
          Motor vehicles, bodies
22        and trailers, and parts          44.1     40.0     52.3
          Other durable goods (3)          79.0     65.0     72.7
23       Nondurable goods                 219.2    221.2    189.8
24        Food and beverage and
25        tobacco products                 60.7     65.7     54.7
          Petroleum and coal products      54.0     37.4     32.5
26        Chemical products                77.8     85.3     72.3
27       Other nondurable goods (4)        26.7     32.9     30.2
28      Wholesale trade                   155.1    148.3    142.6

29      Retail trade                      185.7    188.7    173.5
30      Transportation and warehousing     54.0     69.4     63.8
31      Information                       120.2    118.1    120.8
32      Other nonfinancial (5)            412.1    381.9    381.6
33        Rest of the world                   406.3    389.5    382.6

Line                                       2015     2015     2016
                                           III       IV        I
 1      Corporate profits with
 2      inventory
        valuation and capital
        consumption adjustments         2,095.4  1,967.5  2,033.5
      Domestic industries               1,720.9  1,571.0  1,663.9
 3     Financial 1                        447.3    429.2    437.2
 4     Nonfinancial                     1,273.5  1,141.9  1,226.7
 5    Rest of the world                   374.5    396.5    369.6
 6     Receipts from the rest
 7     of the world                       655.6    635.6    644.3
       Less: Payments to the
 8     rest of the world                  281.1    239.2    274.7
        Corporate profits with
 9      inventory valuation adjustment  2,200.5  2,069.8  2,139.2
      Domestic industries               1,826.0  1,673.3  1,769.6
10     Financial                          489.1    471.8    479.1
11      Federal Reserve banks             103.7    99.0     115.2
12      Other financial (2)               385.4    372.8    364.0
13     Nonfinancial                     1,336.9  1,201.5  1,290.5
14      Utilities                           4.7    -11.2      4.1
15      Manufacturing                     447.0    310.8    394.4
16       Durable goods                    239.5    223.7    228.1
17        Fabricated metal products        25.0     26.1     24.9
18        Machinery                        26.5     25.7     21.5
19        Computer and electronic
20        products                         49.4     45.3     47.8
          Electrical equipment,
21        appliances, and components       16.5     18.0     16.3
          Motor vehicles, bodies
22        and trailers, and parts          48.4     42.7     48.0
          Other durable goods (3)          73.8     65.9     69.6
23       Nondurable goods                 207.4     87.1    166.3
24        Food and beverage and
25        tobacco products                 60.4     63.2     61.2
          Petroleum and coal products      38.6    -79.6    -13.0
26        Chemical products                77.1     66.9     79.2
27       Other nondurable goods (4)        31.4     36.6     38.9
28      Wholesale trade                   150.3    158.7    153.9

29      Retail trade                      177.3    175.5    185.3
30      Transportation and warehousing     71.0     68.1     68.5
31      Information                       115.3    126.3    126.9
32      Other nonfinancial (5)            371.4    373.3    357.4
33       Rest of the world                374.5    396.5    369.6

Line                                       2016
                                           II
 1      Corporate profits with
 2      inventory
        valuation and capital
        consumption adjustments         2,009.4
      Domestic industries               1,612.9
 3     Financial 1                        444.4
 4     Nonfinancial                     1,168.5
 5    Rest of the world                   396.5
 6     Receipts from the rest
 7     of the world                       664.1
       Less: Payments to the
 8     rest of the world                  267.6
        Corporate profits with
 9      inventory valuation adjustment  2,115.4
      Domestic industries               1,718.9
10     Financial                          486.1
11      Federal Reserve banks             115.6
12      Other financial (2)               370.6
13     Nonfinancial                     1,232.7
14      Utilities                           ---
15      Manufacturing                       ---
16       Durable goods                      ---
17        Fabricated metal products         ---
18        Machinery                         ---
19        Computer and electronic
20        products                          ---
          Electrical equipment,
21        appliances, and components        ---
          Motor vehicles, bodies
22        and trailers, and parts           ---
          Other durable goods (3)           ---
23       Nondurable goods                   ---
24        Food and beverage and
25        tobacco products                  ---
          Petroleum and coal products       ---
26        Chemical products                 ---
27       Other nondurable goods (4)         ---
28      Wholesale trade                     ---

29      Retail trade                        ---
30      Transportation and warehousing      ---
31      Information                         ---
32      Other nonfinancial (5)              ---
33      Rest of the world                   396.5

Legend / Footnotes:
(1.) Consists of finance and insurance and bank and other holding
companies.
(2.) Consists of credit intermediation and related activities;
securities, commodity contracts, and other financial investments and
related activities; insurance carriers and related activities; funds,
trusts, and other financial vehicles; and bank and other holding
companies.
(3.) Consists of wood products; nonmetallic mineral products; primary
metals; other transportation equipment; furniture and related products;
and miscellaneous manufacturing.
(4.) Consists of textile mills and textile product mills; apparel;
leather and allied products; paper products; printing and related
support activities; and plastics and rubber products.
(5.) Consists of agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting; mining;
construction; real estate and rental and leasing; professional,
scientific, and technical services; administrative and waste management
services; educational services; health care and social assistance;
arts, entertainment, and recreation; accommodation and food services;
and other services, except government.
Note. Estimates in this table are based on the 2002
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
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