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National income and product accounts estimates: when they are released; where they are available and how they are presented.

National Income and Product Accounts Estimates:

When They Are Released

Where They Are Available

How They Are Presented

THIS guide is designed to assist users in locating national income and product accounts (NIPA) estimates and to explain some of the conventions used in their presentation. The system of presentation has evolved over a number of years and has been shaped by many factors--for example, the frequency of the series (annual, quarterly, or monthly) and the extent of historical coverage. The system is best explained by beginning with a brief description of BEA's release schedule for the estimates.

Release schedule

Quarterly estimates of gross national product (GNP) are released on the following schedule: "Preliminary" estimates are released in the first month after the end of the quarter; as more detailed and comprehensive data become available, "first" and "second" revisions are released in the second and third months, respectively. Quarterly estimates of corporate profits lag GNP by one quarter: Preliminary estimates of profits are released with the first GNP revision, and revised estimates are released with the second GNP revision. (The fourth-quarter estimates of profits lag by an additional month.) Monthly estimates of personal income and outlays are released each month.

Ordinarily, additional revisions are carried out each July and cover the months and quarters of the most recent calendar year and the 2 preceding years. (For example, the July 1987 revision covered periods in 1986, 1985, and 1984.) These revisions are timed to incorporate newly available major annual source data. Comprehensive revisions--often called benchmark revisions--are carried out every 5 years, timed to incorporate BEA's input-output tables, for which the quinquennial economic censuses are the major data sources. Definitional or classificational changes made to improve the NIPA's as a tool of economic analysis are usually introduced at the time of comprehensive revisions, the most recent of which was completed in December 1985.

Standard presentation of the NIPA's

Organization of the NIPA tables.-- For the standard presentation, the NIPA tables are grouped into nine categories:

1. National Product and Income

2. Personal Income and Outlays

3. Government Receipts and Expenditures

4. Foreign Transactions

5. Saving and Investment

6. Product, Income, and Employment by Industry

7. Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes and Implicit Price Deflators

8. Supplementary Tables

9. Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates

The "Supplementary Tables," the only category for which the title is not self-explanatory, include tables showing percentage changes in the major NIPA aggregates; selected percapita series; detail on rental income, dividends, and interest; imputations; and several reconciliations of NIPA measures to the source data (for example, tax return tabulations) from which they are derived.

Tables are individually numbered, both by category and within categories. The first digit indicates the category, and subsequent digits indicate the table number within that category. Changes to the numbering system are made only at the time of a comprehensive revision.

The full set of NIPA tables, which consists of 130 tables and about 4,200 line items, contains annual, quarterly, and monthly estimates. The complete list of NIPA tables, included at the end of this guide, indicates the frequency of the estimates shown in each table. Annual estimates are based on source data that are typically not available on a quarterly or monthly basis. Many of the tables with only annual estimates show detailed breakdowns of components; for example, tables 5.4 and 5.5 show purchases of structures by type (in current and constant dollars, respectively).

An index is available to help users locate series. For each series, the index identifies the NIPA table (or tables) containing that line item. Commonly used terms that differ from the NIPA wording are included, with a reference to the appropriate NIPA item. This index appeared in the July 1987 SURVEY and has since been printed as a separate publication. See pages 38-39 of the November 1987 SURVEY for information on how to order the index.

Publication of the NIPA tables.-- The "National Income and Product Accounts Tables" section in the SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS is the primary vehicle for the standard presentation of the NIPA's. In July issues, a full set of NIPA tables presents the results of annual revisions. In months other than July, a selected set of tables presents the quarterly estimates that are released each month. The selected set comprises 52 tables from the first eight categories. (Seasonally unadjusted estimates are compiled only once a year and thus are not included in the selected set of tables.) For the users' convenience in tracking specific estimates, the numbering system established for the full set is retained in the selected set; as a result, gaps occur in the presentation of the selected tables.

The SURVEY issue for a particular month presents the estimates released during that month; for example, preliminary first-quarter estimates are released during the month of April and appear in the April SURVEY. A note preceding the NIPA tables indicates which estimates are preliminary or revised.

The SURVEY presents estimates only for the most recent 2-4 years. A separate volume containing historical estimates is published after comprehensive revisions. The most recent of these volumes, The National Income and Product Accounts of the United States, 1929-82: Statistical Tables, presents estimates beginning in 1929 for annual series, in 1946 or 1947 for quarterly series, and in 1959 for most monthly series. (Some detailed tables in the volume cover shorter time spans, and one table shows GNP in current and constant dollars for 1909-28.) In addition, tables with an "A" suffix (for example, 6.4A) appear only in the comprehensive volume. The "A" suffix in these tables, most of which show industrial distributions for NIPA aggregates, denotes early time periods when the classifications were slightly different than those used currently. A "B" suffix denotes more recent time periods.

As of early 1988, the historical volume contains the most up-to-date estimates for the years 1929-82. The most up-to-date estimates for 1983 are in the July 1986 SURVEY, and those for 1984-86 are in the July 1987 SURVEY. Major aggregates are shown in "Summary National Income and Product Series: Annually, 1929-86 and Quarterly, 1960-86," in the September 1987 SURVEY.

Alternative media.--NIPA estimates are also available in forms more convenient for computer users. Many of the estimates are available on computer tape and on diskettes. To give the general public access to the estimates within minutes of their official release, BEA makes them available electronically through the Economic Bulletin Board maintained by the Department of Commerce. BEA also provides recorded telephone messages giving summaries of current estimates --for GNP, call (202) 898-2451; for personal income and outlays, call (202) 898-2452.

A User's Guide to BEA Information describes these alternative ways of obtaining NIPA estimates and includes a selected listing of information services; to receive a copy, write to Current Business Analysis Division, BE-53, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230, or call (202) 523-0777. A complete listing of NIPA information services is available from the National Income and Wealth Division, BE-54, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230, or call (202) 523-0669.

Additional presentations of NIPA estimates

Certain NIPA estimates also appear in other parts of the SURVEY and in other BEA publications. These presentations show estimates or analyses that do not fit neatly into the system or publication schedule for the standard presentation.

Survey of Current Business.--The "Reconciliation and Other Special Tables" section regularly shows tables that reconcile NIPA estimates to related series and tables that present analytically useful extensions of NIPA estimates. At present, tables in this section show the reconciliation of NIPA net exports and the balance of payments accounts balance on goods and services; the reconciliation of BEA compensation and Bureau of Labor Statistics earnings; and cyclically adjusted Federal receipts, expenditures, and surplus or deficit (and debt).

The "Constant-Dollar Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade" section (in March, June, September, and December) shows quarterly and monthly estimates for the series indicated. Also shown are quarterly fixed-weighted inventory-sales ratios (using sales as weights) and quarterly and monthly inventories for manufacturing by stage of fabrication. The current-dollar sales figures are from the Census Bureau and are deflated by BEA; the inventory estimates are from the NIPA's.

The "Current Business Statistics" section (the "blue" or "S" pages) shows monthly estimates for personal income by source and for the disposition of personal income, including personal consumption expenditures (PCE). (These monthly estimates are also shown in the full set of NIPA tables.) The section also shows monthly aggregates for the manufacturing and trade series described in the preceding paragraph.

Other BEA publications.--For the monthly series shown regularly in the "blue" pages of the SURVEY (described earlier), historical estimates are published in Business Statistics, a biennial supplement to the SURVEY. A group of quarterly NIPA series--GNP and its major components--are shown in an appendix of Business Statistics and in Business Conditions Digest (BCD), BEA's monthly periodical that focuses primarily on business cycle indicators. Business Statistics shows historical estimates for 25-30 years, but because its publication does not always immediately follow a comprehensive revision of the NIPA's, this reference may at times be outdated. BCD has estimates for the most recent 2-4 years and charts spanning 25 years; an appendix shows, on a rotating basis, historical estimates covering about 30 years.

Statistical conventions used for NIPA estimates

Most of the estimates are presented in billions of dollars. The major exceptions are certain current-dollar annual estimates, which are presented in millions of dollars, and estimates presented as index numbers. Current-dollar estimates are valued in the prices of the period in which the transaction takes place. Constant-dollar estimates are valued in the prices of a period designated the base period (at present, 1982), thus removing price change from any period-to-period movement in the series. The designation of 1982 as the base period also means that price levels in 1982 are set equal to 100 in calculating price indexes and implicit price deflators.

For quarters and months, the estimates (except price indexes) are presented at annual rates. Annual rates show values for a quarter or a month at their annual equivalent (that is, the value that would be registered if the rate of activity measured for a month or a quarter were maintained for a full year). Annual rates make it easier to compare values for time periods of different lengths--for example, quarters and years.

The percent changes shown in table 8.1 are also at annual rates and are calculated from the published quarterly estimates, which are rounded to the nearest one-tenth of a billion dollars. The annual rates for quarterly percent changes are calculated with the formula:

r = [(Q(t)/Q(t-1))4 - 1] 100,

where r = the percent change at an annual rate, and Q(t) and Q(t-1) = the quarterly estimates for a quarter and the preceding quarter, respectively.

Quarterly and monthly NIPA estimates are seasonally adjusted, if necessary. Seasonal adjustment removes from the time series the average impact of variations that normally occur at about the same time and in about the same magnitude each year--for example, weather, holidays, and tax payment dates. The statistical procedures used are based on historical experience; the Census Bureau's X-11 program is widely used. After seasonal adjustment, cyclical and other short-term changes in the economy stand out more clearly.

Methodology used for NIPA estimates

The conceptual framework of the NIPA's and up-to-date methodologies used to prepare the estimates are being described in a series of papers. To date, four papers are available. The most recent, GNP: An Overview of Source Data and Estimating Methods, provides an overview of the estimation of GNP, the most widely used measure of the Nation's production. An Introduction to National Economic Accounting describes the conceptual framework of the NIPA's by showing how the major branches of economic accounting in the United States are derived from conventional accounting statements. Corporate Profits: Profits Before Tax, Profits Tax Liability, and Dividends and Foreign Transactions are representative of the papers that will cover the principal NIPA components. See pages 38-39 of the November 1987 SURVEY for information on how to order these papers.

List of National Income and Product Accounts Tables

The tables contain annual, quarterly, and monthly estimates, indicated as follows:

A Only annual estimates

Q Only quarterly estimates

QA Quarterly and annual estimates

MA Monthly and annual estimates

1. National Product and Income

1.1 Gross National Product: QA

1.2 Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: QA

1.3 Gross National Product by Major Type of Product: QA

1.4 Gross National Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: QA

1.5 Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers: QA

1.6 Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant Dollars: QA

1.7 Gross National Product by Sector: QA

1.8 Gross National Product by Sector in Constant Dollars: QA

1.9 Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal Income: QA

1.10 Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars: QA

1.11 Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars: QA

1.12 Net National Product and National Income by Sector: A

1.13 Net National Product and National Income by Sector in Constant Dollars: A

1.14 National Income by Type of Income: QA

1.15 National Income by Sector, Legal Form of Organization, and Type of Income: A

1.16 Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars: QA

1.17 Auto Output: QA

1.18 Auto Output in Constant Dollars: QA

1.19 Truck Output: QA

1.20 Truck Output in Constant Dollars: QA

1.21 Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income: A

1.22 Farm Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars: A

1.23 Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income: A

1.24 Housing Sector Output, Gross Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars: A

2. Personal Income and Outlays

2.1 Personal Income and Its Disposition: QA

2.2 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product: QA

2.3 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: QA

2.4 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Expenditure: A

2.5 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product in Constant Dollars: A

2.6 Personal Income by Type of Income: MA

2.7 Personal Income and Its Disposition: MA

2.8 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product: MA

2.9 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars: MA

3. Government Receipts and Expenditures

3.1 Government Receipts and Expenditures: A

3.2 Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures: QA

3.3 State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures: QA

3.4 Personal Tax and Nontax Receipts: A

3.5 Indirect Business Tax and Nontax Accruals: A

3.6 Contributions for Social Insurance: A

3.7B Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type: QA

3.8B Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type in Constant Dollars: QA

3.9 National Defense Purchases: QA

3.10 National Defense Purchases in Constant Dollars: QA

3.11 Government Transfer Payments to Persons: A

3.12 Subsidies Less Current Surplus of Government Enterprises: A

3.13 Social Insurance Funds Receipts and Expenditures: A

3.14 Government Expenditures by Function: A

3.15 Federal Government Expenditures by Type and Function: A

3.16 State and Local Government Expenditures by Type and Function: A

3.17B Relation of Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to the Unified Budget, Fiscal Years: QA, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted

3.18 Relation of State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to Bureau of Census Governmental Finances Data, Fiscal Years: A

3.19 Relation of Commodity Credit Corporation Expenditures in the National Income and Product Accounts to Commodity Credit Corporation Outlays in the Unified Budget, Fiscal Years: A

4. Foreign Transactions

4.1 Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts: QA

4.2 Exports and Imports of Goods and Services in Constant Dollars: QA

4.3 Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category: QA

4.4 Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category in Constant Dollars: QA

4.5 Relation of Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to the Corresponding Items in the Balance of Payments Accounts (BPA's): A

5. Saving and Investment

5.1 Gross Saving and Investment: QA

5.2 Gross Private Domestic Investment, Capital Consumption Allowances with Capital Consumption Adjustment, and Net Private Domestic Investment by Major Type of Investment: A

5.3 Gross Private Domestic Investment, Capital Consumption Allowances With Capital Consumption Adjustment, and Net Private Domestic Investment by Major Type of Investment in Constant Dollars: A

5.4 Purchases of Structures by Type: A

5.5 Purchases of Structures by Type in Constant Dollars: A

5.6 Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type: A

5.7 Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type in Constant Dollars: A

5.8 Change in Business Inventories by Industry: QA

5.9 Change in Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars: QA

5.10 Inventories and Final Sales of Business by Industry: Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals: Q

5.11 Inventories and Final Sales of Business by Industry in Constant Dollars: Seasonally Adjusted Quarterly Totals: Q

6. Product, Income, and Employment by Industry

6.1 Gross National Product by Industry: A

6.2 Gross National Product by Industry in Constant Dollars: A

6.3B National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry: QA

6.4B Compensation of Employees by Industry: A

6.5B Wages and Salaries by Industry: A

6.6B Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: A

6.7B Full-Time Equivalent Employees By Industry: A

6.8B Wages and Salaries per Full-Time Equivalent Employee by Industry: A

6.9B Self-Employed Persons by Industry: A

6.10B Persons Engaged in Production by Industry: A

6.11 Hours Worked by Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry: A

6.12 Employer Contributions for Social Insurance by Industry: A

6.13 Other Labor Income by Industry and by Type: A

6.14B Nonfarm Proprietors' Income by Industry: A

6.15B Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: A

6.16B Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by Legal Form of Organization and Industry: A

6.17B Net Interest by Industry: A

6.18B Corporate Profits by Industry: QA

6.19B Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry: A

6.20B Federal, State, and Local Corporate Profits Tax Liability by Industry: A

6.21B Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry: A

6.22B Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry: A

6.23B Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry: A

6.24B Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry: A

7. Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes and Implicit Price Deflators

7.1 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Gross National Product, 1982 Weights: QA

7.2 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product, 1982 Weights: QA

7.3 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers, 1982 Weights: QA

7.4 Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product: QA

7.5 Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product: QA

7.6 Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Sector: QA

7.7 Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income: QA

7.8 Implicit Price Deflators for Command-Basis Gross National Product: QA

7.9 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, 1982 Weights: QA

7.10 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Type of Product, 1982 Weights: A

7.11 Implicit Price Deflators for Personal Consumption Expenditures: MA

7.12 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Purchases of Structures by Type, 1982 Weights: A

7.13 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Private Purchases of Producers' Durable Equipment by Type, 1982 Weights: A

7.14 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services, 1982 Weights: QA

7.15 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category, 1982 Weights: QA

7.16 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type, 1982 Weights: QA

7.17 Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for National Defense Purchases of Goods and Services, 1982 Weights: QA

7.18 Current-Dollar Cost and Profit Per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial Corporate Business: QA

8. Supplementary Tables

8.1 Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series: QA

8.2 Selected Per Capita Income and Product Series in Current and Constant Dollars and Population of the United States: A

8.3 Capital Consumption Allowances with Capital Consumption Adjustment by Legal Form of Organization: A

8.4 Capital Consumption Adjustment by Legal Form of Organization and Type of Adjustment: A

8.5 Supplements to Wages and Salaries by Type: A

8.6 Rental Income of Persons by Type: A

8.7 Dividends Paid and Received: A

8.8 Interest Paid and Received: A

8.9 Imputations in the National Income and Product Accounts: A

8.10 Relation of Capital Consumption Allowances in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to Depreciation and Amortization as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): A

8.11 Relation of Nonfarm Proprietors' Income in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to Corresponding Totals as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): A

8.12 Relation of Net Farm Income in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to Farm Operators' Income as Published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA): A

8.13 Relation of Corporate Profits, Taxes, and Dividends in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) to Corresponding Totals as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): A

8.14 Comparison of Personal Income in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA's) with Adjusted Gross Income as Published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): A

9. Seasonally Unadjusted Estimates

9.1 Gross National Product, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

9.2 Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

9.3 Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

9.4 State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

9.5 Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

9.6 Corporate Profits With Inventory Valuation Adjustment, Quarterly Totals Not Seasonally Adjusted: Q

Selected National Income and Product Accounts Tables

New estimates in this issue: Fourth quarter and annual 1987, preliminary (p).

Estimates for 1929-82 are in The National Income and Product Accounts, 1929-82: Statistical Tables (GPO Stock No. 003-010-00174-7, price $23.00). Estimates for 1983 are in the July 1986 SURVEY. Estimates for 1984-86 are in the July 1987 SURVEY. These publications are available from the Superintendent of Documents and Commerce Department District Offices; see addresses inside front cover.

The full set of national income and product accounts estimates shown regularly in this part of the SURVEY are now available on diskette for $240 per year (12 updates). For more information, write to the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BE-54), U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC 20230.

Table: 1.1.--Gross National Product

Table: 1.2.--Gross National Product in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.3.--Gross National Product by Major Type of Product

Table: 1.4.--Gross National Product by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.5.--Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Momestic Purchasers

Table: 1.6.--Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.7.--Gross National Product by Sector

Table: 1.8.--Gross National Product by Sector in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.9.--Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, National Income, and Personal Income

Table: 1.10.--Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.11.--Command-Basis Gross National Product in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.14.--National Income by Type of Income

Table: 1.16.--Gross Domestic Product of Corporate Business in Current Dollars and Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial Corporate Business in Current and Constant Dollars

Table: 1.17.--Auto Output

Table: 1.18.--Auto Output in Constant Dollars

Table: 1.19.--Truck Output

Table: 1.20.--Truck Output in Constant Dollars

Table: 2.1.--Personal Income and Its Disposition

Table: 2.2.--Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product

Table: 2.3.--Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product in Constant Dollars

Table: 3.2.--Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures

Table: 3.3.--State and Local Government Receipts and Expenditures

Table: 3.7B.--Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type

Table: 3.8B.--Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type in Constant Dollars

Table: 3.9.--National Defense Purchases of Goods and Services

Table: 3.10.--National Defense Purchases of Goods and Services in Constant Collars

Table: 4.1.--Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts

Table: 4.2.--Exports and Imports of Goods and Services in Constant Dollars

Table: 4.3.--Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category

Table: 4.4.--Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category in Constant Dollars

Table: 5.1.--Gross Saving and Investment

Table: 5.8.--Change in Business Inventories by Industry

Table: 5.9.--Change in Business Inventories by Industry in Constant Dollars

Table: 5.10.--Inventories and Final Sales of Business by Industry

Table: 5.11.--Inventories and Final Sales of Business by Industry in Constant Dollars

Table: 6.3B.--National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by Industry

Table: 6.18B.--Corporate Profits by Industry

Table: 7.1.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Gross National Product, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.2.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.3.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Relation of Gross National Product, Gross Domestic Purchases, and Final Sales to Domestic Purchasers, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.4.--Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product

Table: 7.5.--Implict Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Major Type of Product

Table: 7.6.--Implicit Price Deflators for Gross National Product by Sector

Table: 7.7.--Implicit Price Deflators for the Relation of Gross National Product, Net National Product, and National Income

Table: 7.8.--Implicit Price Deflators for Command-Basis Gross National Product

Table: 7.9.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Personal Consumption Expenditures by Major Type of Product, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.14.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and Services, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.15.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Merchandise Exports and Imports by Type of Product and by End-Use Category, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.16.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for Government Purchases of Goods and Services by Type, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.17.--Fixed-Weighted Price Indexes for National Defense Purchases of Goods and Services, 1982 Weights

Table: 7.18.--Current-Dollar Cost and Profit per Unit of Constant-Dollar Gross Domestic Product of Nonfinancial Corporate Business

Table: 8.1.--Percent Change From Preceding Period in Selected Series
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