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SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

November/December 199$

Table 3A.—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income
[Billions of current dollars]
1982

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

530.7
226.1
205.5
99.0

,

Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes . .
.
..
Gasoline and oil ................................
Fuel oil and coal
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
..

.*..
..........

239.3
102.9
92.5
43.9

279.8
126.9
105.3
47.7

325.1
152.5
117.2
55.4

361.1
175.7
126.3
59.0

398.7
192.4
140.3
66.0

......

...... . . . . .

Services
Housing .. ...... ....
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation ............................<,............
Medical care .....................'.........I!.
Other

786.8
402.6
120.5
94.1
14.5
1552

830.3
422.9
130.9
93.1
13.6
1698

883.6
446.3
142.5
94.6
13.9
1863

927.6
466.5
152.1
97.2
13.6
1982

957.2 1,014.0 1,081.1 1,163.8 1,245.3 1,277.6 1,321.8 1,368.9
490.8 513.9 5515 588.4 630.5 650.0 660.0 685.7
163.1 174.4 185.9 199.9 205.9 211.3 225.5 235.7
80.1
85.4
87.1
96.6 109.2 103.9 106.6 108.1
11.4
12.0
10.9
10.6
11.3
11.2
11.4
11.3
211.9 229.1 245.3 267.5 287.6 301.2 318.8 328.8

416.7
193.1
150.4
735

451.0
207.5
162.8
80.7

472.8
214.4
173.3
85.2

476.5
210.3
176.0
$0.1

455.2
187.6
178.5
89.1

488.5
206.9
189.4
92.3

1,050.7 1,173.3 1,283.6 1,416.1 1,536.8 1,663.8 1,817.6 1,958.1 2,117.5 2,242.3 2,409.4 2,554.6
313.2 339.0 370.6 407.1 442.2 476.6 512.9 547.4 586.3 616.5 646.8 6735
141.4 155.9 168.0 180.3 186.9 194.9 206.6 219.8 226.3 237.6 248.2 268.5
98.7 104.9 106.6 115.9
72.6
80.7
84.7
87.2
88.9
94.1
98.8
88.8
99.7 106.0 112.5 121.0 127.6 132.7 141.7 152.7
68.8
75.2
91.4
833
79.4
70.9
90.0 100.0 107.3 118.2 130.5 137.8 143.7 145.3 158.1 169.6
.. 239.4 267.8 294.1 3218 346.1 381.1 428.7 477.1 537.7 586.5 646.6 697.4
285.7 331.3 361.0 407.0 454.2 493.0 538.9 576.1 623.5 656.4 709.7 745.8

,

Gross orivate domestic investment

501.1

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment
Computers and Derioheral eauiDment

•.*

Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Other 00......

. ..

,.
. .

.......
..
,

.

.

,

.......

'»

...............

.
.

. .
.

547,1

715.6

715.1

722.5

747.2

773.9

8295

799.7

736.2

790.4

871.1

515.6
409.9
175.0
94.5
325
44.8
3.2

Fixed investment
Nonresidential
.
Structures
Nonresidential buildings,, including farm
Utilities
.
.
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells .
Other structures




1985

..... 2,076.8 2,283.4 2,492.3 2,704.8 2,892.7 3,094.5 3,349.7 3,594.8 3,839.3 3,975.1 4,219.8 4,454.1

Durable goods
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Other ................;.. •„.......?..,„..-

Change in business inventories
Farm „
Nonfarm
Manufacturing . . . .
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
.
Retail trade
Durable goods
Motor vehicle dealers
Other
Nondurable goods
Other

1984

3,242.1 3,514.5 3,902.4 4,180.7 4,422.2 4,692.3 5,049.6 5,438.7 5,743.8 5,916.7 6,244.4 6,5505

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures

Residential
Structures
Single family .
.
Multifamily
Other structures
Producers' durable equipment

1983

552.0
399.4
152.7
90.5
28.7
30.0
3.5

648.1
468.3
176.0
110.0
30.0
313
4.7

6889
502.0
193.3
128.0
30.6
279
6.8

712.9
494.8
175.8
123.3
31.2
15.7
5.7

722.9
495,4
172.1
126.0
26.5
13.1
6.5

763.1
530.6
181.3
133.3
27.1
15.7
5.2

797.5
566.2
192.3
142.7
29.4
14.4
6.0

791.6
575.9
200.8
148.9
27.5
17.5
6.9

738.5
547.3
181.7
126.1
31.6
17.1
6.9

783.4
557.9
169.2
113.2
34.5
13.3
8-2

850.5
598.8
171.8
116.6
32.0
15.6
7.6

234.9
72.7
18.9
53.9
622
46.8
53.1

246.7
82.0
23.9
58.1
582
53.7
52.7

292.3
98.6
31.6
67.0
674
64.8
61.4

308.7
104.2
33.7
70.5
71 7
69.7
63.0

319.0
108.8
33.4
75.4
746
71.8
63.8

323.3
109.8
35.8
74.0
759
70.4
67.2

349.3
118.2
38.1
80.1
829
76.0
72.3

373.9
127.1
43.3
83.8
915
71.2
84.1

375.1
124.2
38.9
85.2
898
75.5
85.6

365.6
122.6
38.1
84.5
864
79.5
77.1

388.7
134.2
43.9
905
893
86.2
79.0

427.0
141.8
48.7
93.0
976
995
88.3

105.7
102.0
41.5
15.5
45.0
3.7

152.5
148.3
72.2
22.4
53.7
4.2

179.8
175.1
85.6
28.2
61.3
4.7

186.9
181.9
86.1
28.5
67.2
5.1

218.1
212.6
102.2
31.0
79.4
5.5

227.6
221.8
114.5
25.5
81.9
5.8

232.5
226.4
116.6
22.3
87.5
6.1

231.3
225.1
116.9
22.3
85.9
6.2

215.7
209.7
108.7
19.3
81.7
6.1

191.2
185.4
95.4
15.1
74.8
5.8

225.6
219.5
116.5
13.1
89.9
6.0

251.7
245.3
133.3
10.8
1015
6.4

-14.5
5.8
-202
-12.8
-10.8
-2.1
-1.7
-2.1
.4
-5.2
-2.8
-1.7
-1 1
-.3
-2.5

-4.9
-154
10.4
-.1
-1.5
1.4
-.6
-1.7
1.1
10.3
6.0
3.5
26
4.3
.8

67.5
57
61.8
26.9
21.7
5.2
13.8
9.9
3.9
17.0
8.8
5.4
3.4
8.2
4.0

26.2
58
20.4
-4.1
-33
-.8
4.4
.3
4.1
12.4
8.7
6.4
23
3.6
7.8

9.6
-1.5
11.1
-3.8
-4.7
.9
6.1
2.8
3.3
2.6
.2
-1.2
1.3
2.5
6.2

24.2
-6.4
307
4.8
2.3
2.4
6.1
3.7
2.3
16.8
13.8
9.5

10.9
-11.9
228
9.2
6.3
2.9
8.2
5.7
2.5
6.6
5.0
1.9
3.1
1.6
-1.3

31.7
0
31 7
19.0
138
5.2
4.7
3.0
1.7
12.8
6.4
4.2
22
6.4
-4.8

8.0
2.6
54
5.8
2.8
3.0
7.4
3.6
3.8
-1.5
-1.3
-1.4
.2
-.2
-6.2

-2.3
-1.1
-1 2
-6.0
-9.1
3.0
5.4
1.0
4.4
-2
-4.7
-3.6
-1.1
4.6
-.4

7.0
5.0
20
-9.2
-12.7
3.5
7.8
3.1
4.7
3.9
.8
15
-.4
3.1
-.4

20.6
-65
268
5.4
45
15
6.0
3.5
2.6
12.8
7.7
3.0
47
5.1
2.6

42

3.1
3.0

November'/December1995

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

•

Table 3A.—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income—Continued
[Billions of current dollars)
Seas onaliy acijusted

1994

1991

1990
I

li

at annual rates

III

IV

I

II

1992

III

IV

I

Hi

\\

................. 6,931.4 5,660.4 5,751.0 5,782.4 5,781.5 5,822.1 5,892.3 5,950.0 6,002.3 6,121.8 6,201.2 6,271.7
4,698.7 3,759.2 3,811.8 3,879.2 3,907.0 3,910.7 3,961.0 4,001.6 4,027.1 4,127.6 4,183.0 4,238.9

Gross domestic product
Personal consumption expenditures ...'.
Durable goods •„
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household equipment
Nondurable goods
Food.
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil .
Fuel oil and coal

. ..

580.9
.... 245.3

.

226.8
108.8

,

.. . . .
.. *
.

493.3
223.4
178.9

477.6
211.5
176.4

473.2
208.5
175.0

461.9
198.0
173.7

449.0
183.6
175.2

452.7
183.3
179.7

462.0
192.5
180.6

90.9

89.7

89.7

90.2

90.2

89.7

88.8

457.3
191,1
178.3
87.9

474.1
199.1
184.8

481.3
204.0
186.5

492.5
208.3
190.6

90.2

90.8

93.6

1,429.7 1,220.7 1,230.2 1,256.2 1,274.1 1,268.3 1,279.7 1,283.4 1,279.0 1,303.1 1,308.4 1,326.3
7157
617.6 627.5 637.1 639.7 644.0 652.9 653.2 649.8 657.3 652.3 657.9
222.3 228.1
247.8 205.8 205.6 206.8 205.5 2072 212.7 214.1 211.1 219.6
109.4
105.8
102.8 100.4 109.6 124.1 108.4 103.6 102.1 101.4 102.3
109.9

Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation
Transportation
Medical care

10.1

..

12.7

12.6

11.9

10.8

11.3

11.0

10.4

11.8

10.6

285.3

290.0

292.2

296.8

299.6

302.7

305.8

313.5

316.2

320.2

1,014.4

Fixed investment
Nonresidentiai
Structures
Nonresidentiai buildings, including farm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells
Other structures
.'

835.2

804.9

736.1

723.6

716.2

743.9

760.9

755.2

790.8

799.7

813.9
581.2
201.9
150.8

794.0
571.6
202.4
151.2

791.2
580.3
203.5
151.4

767.5
570.6
195.4
142.1

739.7
555.4
192.3
136.4

736.2
550.2
187.6
130.9

738.6
544.3
176.1
121.4

739.5
539.2
170.8
115.7

755.4
544.1
171.6
117.2

780.5
556.8
170.4
114.0

788.1
561.0
167.6
110.6

33.7
13.5

.

822.5

954.9
667.2
180.2
126.2

.

27.0
16.8

27.0
17.6

27.5
17.6

28.4
18.1

30.0
19.4

31.3
18.9

32.3
15.2

33.0
15.0

34.3
12.8

34.8
13.3

34.7
13.3

7.0

6.8

6.6

6.6

7.1

7.2

7.3

8.4

9.0

6.9

Producers' durable equipment „
Information processing and related equipment
Computers and DeriDheral eouioment
Other
Industrial equipment
»
,
Transportation and related equipment
«••"• f«" if •*>• —•

11.3

283.0

2,688.1 2,045.3 2,104.1 2,149.8 2,171.0 2,193.5 2,228.6 2,256.3 2,290.7 2,350.4 2,393.3 2,420.1
627.5 636.6 643.4 649.9
706.6 571.1 581.5 593.5 599.2 605.8 612.9 619.7
278.9 219.1 227.0 229.6 229.6 230.7 239.9 240.5 239.3 241.5 248.8 243.6
102.1
106.2
106.6
93.5
99.5
115.6
101.0 100.9 101.6 108.1 106.1 104.0
137.0
163.3 125.6 127.5 128.5 128.8 129.2 131.8 134.4
135.3 139.4 142.7
156.0
181.3 141.5 143.2 144.2 145.8 143.0 143.9 145.9 148.5 154.9
156.9
739.1 514.2 530.6 547.2 558.8 568.2 578.6 591.3 607.7 624.2 640.6 655.0
782.1 599.3 621.8 635.3 637.5 645.7 653.3 658.8 667.8 693.2 703.6 715.7

Gross private domestic investment

XiL

11.5

346.2

„
........

487.0
160.4

379.3
127.8

369.2
123.9

376.7
121.5

375.1
123.4

363.1
119.3

362.6
121.6

368.2
123.5

368.4
125.9

372.5
129.2

386.3
133.0

393.4
137.7

54.5

41.3
86.5
91.7
74.0
85.8

38.9
85.0
88.9
71.4
84.9

36.8
84.7
90.3
78.5
86.4

38.6
84.7
88.1
78.3
85.4

36.7
82.7
87.8
78.1
77.8

37.2
84.5
86.4
77.3
77.2

37.8
85.6
86.3
81.9
76.5

40.7
85.2
85.2
80.6
76.8

41.9
87.3
86.2
79.5
77.6

44.4
88.6
87.7
87.8
77.7

44.6
93.1
90.5
85.5
79.7

287.7
280.7
153.8
141
112.8
7.0

232.7
226.4
120.2
200

222.4
216.3
113.5
195

210.9
204.9
104.7
192

196.9
191.0

184.3
178.5

185.9
180.0

96.5

87.7

89.8

183

173

153

194.3
188.4
100.4
140

200.3
194.5
103.9
140

211.3
205.4
108.8
131

223.7
217.7
115.7
151

227.1
221.1
117.9
125

86.2

83.3

81.0

76.2

73.4

75.0

74.0

76.7

83.4

36.9

90.7

6.0

5.8

5.9

5.9

5.7

6.0

8.6
-.3
8.9

-31.4

-16.1

-19.9
3.4
-23.3
-17.0

5.3

21.4

-6.2
13.5
-6.3

19.6
-2.1

106.0
109.7
117.1
99.7

.

.

....
,

Change in business inventories
Manufacturing....
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Wholesale trade
Durable goods
....a
Nondurable goods
Retail trade
Durable goods
Motor vehicle dealers
Other
Nondurable goods
,
Other . .




6.7

59.5
11.5
48.0

0.10

w^w.^i.iw.is

Residential
Structures
Single family .
Multifamily
Other structures
Producers' durable equipment

7.3

8.5
79
.6
17.0
12.6

4.4
172
11.0

. ...

4.8
6.2
6.1
5.4

6.2

13.2

68
6.4
9.3
6.4
2.9
-17.3
-15.3
-18.5
3.1
-1.9

3.7

6.1
41.2

4.3
36.9

8.5
22
6.3
17.1

7.1

6.0
13.8

8.3
5.4
7.1
38
3.3
2.5
4.8

10.1

-2.3

137

32
5.3
7.2
-19

11.0

7.9
3.0
2.7
-2.4

-2.1
-7.3

-1.9

-1.3

-29.6

-14.8
1.4
-98

-5.7

-17
-4.0

,5
-3.8

4.3
-56
-5.9
-2.3
-3.6

.3
-18.8

11.2
10.8

5.4
5.4
-198

-22.4
-18.2
•42
2.6
-71

-143
-2.7
-6.7

-10.6
1.9
-14
-.4
1.1
-1.5
-1.1

3;9

-30
-1.3

4.3
-.6
4.9
143
8.7
5.9
28
5.6
1.2

1.8
-71
4.9
15.1

-.3
7.3
-7.5

-13.2
-171

3.9
1.4

9.6
5.5
63

-6.0

-4.8
-3.3
-1.5
11.1

-1.8
-3.5

.3

9.6

7.4
-63
2.7
-44

6.0

8.1

10.2

11.6

9.2
1
1
-12.9

4,8
6.8
4.1
-46
8.7
7.0
4.4
2.6
34

-115
-1.4
10.4
11.7
-1.3

90
5.4
2.7
27
3.7
-5.5

-2.2
-1.3

-9
5.6
-7.7

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

24 ° November/December 1995

Table 3A»—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income—Continued
[Billions of current dollars; seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

I

IV

Gross domestic product

. ,

Personal consumption expenditures

Nondurable goods
Food
Clothing and shoes
Gasoline and oil
Fuel oil and coal
Other .

..-.. ..

.-.

Services
Housing
Household operation
Electricity and gas
Other household operation

.

506.2
216.1
195.5

508.3
214.2
198.3

525.2
225.4
202.1

94.6

..................

........

I

IV

II!

II

IV

Hi

II

"I

III

4,329.6 4,367.8 4,424.7 4,481.0 4,543.0 4,599.2 4,665.1 4,734.4 4,796.0 4,836.3 4,908.7 4,965.1

. . .

. * .. ..

II

1995

6,383.0 6,442.8 6,503.2 6,571.3 6,683.7 6,772.8 6,885.0 6,987.6 7,080.0 7,147.8 7,196.5 7,297.2

..........................

Durable goods .........
Motor vehicles and parts
Furniture and household eauioment
Other.
. ..... ... .-

19<34

19 33

1992

95.8

97.6

536.7
228.3
207.7
100.7

552.3
236.4
213.9
102.0

562.6
243.3
216.0
103.4

573.1
242.4
223.4
107.3

585.3
245.0
230.2
110.1

602.7
250.7
237.6
114.3

593.0
240.6
237.1
115.3

604.0
248.3
239.2
116.5

616.0
254.0
244.3
117.7

1,349.5 1,354.1 1,364.2 1,371.4 1,386.1 1,399.7 1,416.6 1,443.5 1,459.0 1,471.6 1,486.9 1,491.3
672.3 676.5 683.0 687.9 695.5 701.4 710.7 721.1 729.5 738.4 744.6 750.9
232.1 230.6 234.0 236.7 241.3 242.8 245.4 249.4 253.8 252.8 254.3 255.5
108.9 110.6 108.0 106.6 107.1 105.9 106.4 113.4 113.9 116.2 118.3 113.1
10.4
9.8
10.4
10.8
9.8
9.3
9.5
10.6
11.3
9.9
10.9
10.6
325,4 325.6 3286 329.4 3318
338.3 344.4 349.7 352.4 354.6 359.3 362.0

.

.....* 2,473.9 2,505.3 2,535.4 2,572.9 2,604.6 2,636.8 2,675.4 2,705.6 2,734.4 2,771.7 2,817.9 2,857.8

„

657.4
259.0
111.4
147.7

.,
..„..;.........„......,

663.7
260.8
113.2
147.6

670.1
264.2
113.3
150.9

675.9
273.6
118.6
155.0

683.2
275.5
118.5
157.0

693.2
270.4
117.3
153.2

701.6
282.5
119.2
163.3

711.3
281.6
114.4
167.2

720.3
281.2
111.6
169.6

729.8
286.3
113.6
172.7
187.1
771.0
797.6

739.0
293.7
118.2
175.5
191.6
779.5
814.1

747.7
300.0
123.4
176.6
194.2
787.9
828.0

1645

Gross private domestic investment
Fixed investment
Nonresidential
. .. . .. ... .. .
Structures .........>.......................
Nonresidential buildings, including farm
Utilities
Mining exploration, shafts, and wells »
Other structures

. . .

....:

Ghanae in business inventories
Farm
Nonfarm
....;...........
Manufacturing
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Wholesale trade
Durable goods
Nondurable goods
Retail trade
Durable goods
Motor vehicle dealers
Other
Nondurable goods
Other
VI •». 1JJV

VMWII IWWV

1734

1765

1806

1832

1850

702.9
750.4

712.7
759.8

722.4
774.2

732.9
777.8

743.6
786.0

757.5
790.3

843.6

855.9

873.8

911.2

957.6 1,016,5 1,033.6 1,050.1 1,072.0 1,050.3 1,067.1

809.7
569.6
167.1
111.0
342

823.8
5803
170.2
113.6
328

834.3
591 1
169.7
113.8
319

851.8
5992
171.4
117.1
31 7

892.3
6246
175.8
121.8
317

917.4
6388
171.8
118.7
323

942.0
853.5
179.1
125.3
330

968.9
6785
181.0
126.4
342

15.8

16.0

15.5

15.1

14.4

14.1

13.0

80

80

71

402.5
136.8

.......
.........
.................
......;..........

......
.............

410.1
136.8

421.3
137.9

427.7
144.5

44.9
91.9
92.8
91.9
81.1

47.2
89.6
94.3
94.0
85.0

46.8
91.0
95.6
87.0

49.7
94.8
97.8
97.0
88.5

2401

233.9
123.6

2435
237.2
128.6

2432
236.9
127.8

2526
246.1
133.4

11.6
98.6

10.6
98,0

10.3
98.7

100.9

6.2

.. .

6.2

6.3

8.4

w Wl I.WI 1VW




1700

691.9
740.8

81

Producers' durable equipment
Information processing and related equipment
ComDirters and oerioheral eauioment
Other
u......
Industrial equipment
Transportation and related equipment
Residential
.
Structures 0...................
Single family
Multifamily
.............;....................
Other structures
Producers' durable equipment

1684

681.9
732.2

13.8

. . ..'

1667

666.8
726.3
816.1

Medical care . .

19.9
-6.9
25.8

21.6
-4.8
26.4
10.2

-1.4

.........

7.8
-15.0
-17.8
2.8
12.4

2.3
10.0

8.3
1.9
.8
1.1
6.5
2.0

1.0
-.3
1.2
22
.8
1.4
321
19.5
17.3

22
12.6
-9.4

8.0
4.2
7.1
2.7
4.4
38
4.2
.7
3.5
-.4
5.3

72

991.4 1,013.9 1,016.3 1,036.5
6979 723.6 734.4 746.3
188.8 194.5 197.6 202.3
134.4 137.9 140.3 143.9
363
37.9
39.4
352
12.4

13.2

11.5

11.9

71

79

70

529.0
174.6

536.8
183.3

544.0
183.1

65

67

74

448.8
148.0

467.0
152.5

474.4
157.7

497.5
161.6

509.1
169.9

51.2
96.8

52.1

53.7

54.4

57.7

58.4

62.8

63.3

100.4
105.4
113.0

104.0
107.6
110.5

112.2
114.6
122.1
102.4

116.2
120.4
127.2
106.9

120.6
126.9
121.0
105.6

119.7
125.8
128.6
106.5

2935
286.2
153.3

290.4
283.1
149.5

281.9
274.8
138.7

290.2
283.0
142.5

92.8

96.0

98.6

107.2
111.3
122.9
101.8

2677
261.1
143.3

2785
271.9
151.3

2885
281.5
155.6

2904
283.3
155.1

102.8
105.1

69

11.2

11.1

11.7

13.3

15.1

16.3

17.6

18.3

18.9

101.5
6.5

106.7
6.6

108.9
6.7

112.6
6.9

113.1
7.1

116.6
7.3

116.0
7.3

117.8
7.2

121.6
7.3

22.0

18.8
-6.8
22.7

40.2
10.2
29.9
10.5

74.5
19.3
55.2

64.7
12.9
51.8
12.4

58.7

58.1
-2.7
60.8

34.0
-2.1
36.1
12.4
10.6

30.6
-4.1
34.7
16.6
15.1

-10.2
32.3

7.9
6.1
1.9
13.1

6.9
6.2
63
-1.6
-7.6

60
7.9
5.0

2.4
4.8
-2.4

1.8
3.5
-1.7

89
8.7
1.4
7.3
.1
9.6

6.3
4.2
2.8
3.0
-.2
106

4.2
8.5
-4.3
20.8
19.9

8.7
3.7

3.6
55.1

6.9
8.0

9.1
8.6
.5

21.1
13.5

-1.2
23.2
14.1

25.8
23.0

23.7

7.6
164

9.1
180

2.8
130

7.6

11.1

13.0

6.0

6.7

3.9
72
5.3
1.9

12.7
10.2

-1.7

-2.6
10.3
16.0

12.3

8.5
3.8

.9

9.3
3.7
4.9
7.0

2.5
.3
13.0

1.7
16.3
11.8

4.5
5.9
3.9
-.5
4.4
2.0
1.6

1.5
7.8
.3
7.5
5.6
4.9
-6.2
11.1

.7
4.6

November/December 1995 • 2$

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

Table 3AC—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income—Continued
[Billions of current dollars]

1982
Net exDorts of ooods and services

•..

Exports
Goods
Agricultural products
Nonagricultural products
Services
,

-20.5
......

..

.

...........
. . . .

imports
Petroleum and products
Nonpetroleum products
Services

...

...

.

Government consumption expenditures and gross investment
Federal
National defense
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
Nondefense
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment ....
.
.
State and local
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
Gross domestic product

...

.....

282.6
215.0
37.3
177.7
67.6

277.0
207.3
37.1
170.2
69.7

303.1
225.6
38.4
187.2
77.5

303.0
222.2
29.6
192.6
80.8

320.7
226.0
27.2
198.8
94.7

303.2
250.5
62.0
188.6
52.6

-.

.

1983

328.6
272.7
55.1
217.6
56.0

405.1
336.3
58.1
278.3
68.8

417.2
343.3
51.4
291.9
73.9

684.8
313.2
230.9
197.6
33.3
82.3
72.3
9.9
371.6
307.9
63.6

735.7
344.5
255.0
214.9
40.2
89.4
78.2
11.3
391.2
326.2
65.0

796.6
372.6
282.7
236.3
46.4
89.9
77.9
12.0
424.0
350.8
73.2

875.0
410.1
312.4
257.6
54.8
97.7
84.9
12.8
464.9
382.6
8?.3

1987

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

•-51 .7 -102.0 -114.2 -131.5 -142.1 -106.1

-60.4

-71.3

-20.5

-29.5

-64.9

365.7
257.5
29.5
228.0
108.2

447.2
325.8
38.3
287.5
121.4

509.3
371.7
42.2
329.5
137.6

557.3
398.5
40.2
358.4
158.8

601.8
426.4
40.1
3862
175.4

639.4
448.7
44.0
404.6
190.7

660.0
459.5
43.7
415.8
200.4

452.2
370.0
34.3
335.7
822

507.9
414.8
42.9
371.8
93.1

553.2
452.1
39.6
412.5
101.1

589.7
484.5
50.9
433.6
105.3

628.6
508.0
62.3
445.7
120.6

622.3
500.7
51.7
449.0
121.6

669.0
544.9
51.6
493.3
124.1

724.9
592.7
51.5
541.3
132.1

938.5
435.2
332.4
272.7
59.7
102.9
89.7
132
503.3
412.7
90.6

992.8 1,032.0 1,095.1 1,176.1 1,225.9 1,263.8 1,289.9
455.7 457.3 477.2 503.6 522.6 528.0 522.1
350.4 354.0 360.6 373.1 383.5 375.8 362.2
287.6 297.9 303.3 312.7 325.4 319.7 313.0
60.4
49.2
628
56.1
57.3
58.1
56.1
105.3 103.3 116.7 130.4 139.1 152.2 159.9
90.7
89.9 101.9 113.9 120.6 131.4 138.4
13.4
14.7
16.6
20.8
21.5
14.6
18.5
537.2 574.7 617.9 672.6 703.4 735.8 767.8
441.1 471.3 5072 550.1 579.4 603.6 627.9
96.0 103.4 110.6 122.5 123.9 132.2 139.9

1984

1985

1986

1988

3,242.1 3,514.5 3,902.4 4,180.7 4,422.2 4,692.3 5,049.6 5,438.7 5,743.8 5,916.7 6,244,4 6,550.2

Plu^ Receipts of factor income from the rest of the world
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the world
Equals^ Gross national product .........
.........

96.9
65.8

97.6
65.6

118.7
87.6

108.1
87.7

106.5
93.6

116.0
107.1

144.7
131.7

169.0
154.8

177.5
156.4

156.2
140.5

137.9
126.8

139.7
129.9

3,2732 3,546.5 3,933.5 4,201.0 4,435.1 4,701.3 5,062.6 5,452.8 5,764.9 5,932.4 6,255.5 6,560.0

Disposition of personal income
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
,
Other labor income .
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments o...........
Farm
Nonfarm
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment
Personal dividend income
Personal interest income ...
Transfer payments to persons
less: Personal contributions for social insurance
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments ,

, 2,718.7 2,891.7 3,205.5 3,439.6 3,647.5 3,877.3 4,172.8 4,489.3 4,791.6 4,968.5 5,2642 5,479.2
1,593.9 1,685.3 1,855.1 1,995.9 2,116.5 2,272.7 2,453.6 2,598.1 2,757.5 2,827.6 2,986.4 3,090.6
165.4 177.2 188.9 203.1 216.0 235.4 251.7 273.1 300.6 322.7 351.3 380.9
169.9 181.7 237.9 257.4 267.8 292.9 322.9 345.0 361.0 362.9 409.5 420.0
16.4
6.0
24.8
24.9
25.2
32.3
36.3
302
38.0
32.0
282
36.8
153.5 175.8 213.1 232.5 242.6 260.6 294.7 308.2 324.6 332.7 371.5 388.1
52.4
61.4
47.6
47.2
51.0
55.7
68.4
49.1
42.3
45.5
80.6 102.5
66.9
77.4
79.4
88.3 105.1 101.1 109.9 130.9 142.9 153.6 159,4 186.8
379.2 4032 4723 5084 5433 5600 595.5 6745 7044 6992 6672 6473
408.1 4394 4536 4865 5186 5433 5776 6260 6878 7699 8582 9107
112.3 119.7 132.7 149.0 162.1 173.7 194.2 210.8 223.9 235.8 248.4 259.6
371.4 369.3 395.5 437.7 459.9 514.2 532.0 594.9 624.8 624.8 650.5 689.9

Equals1. Disposable personal income

2,347.3 2,522.4 2,810.0 3,002.0 3,187.6 3,363.1 3,640.8 3,894.5 4,166.8 4,343.7 4,613.7 4,789.3

Less: Personal outlays

2,141.8 2,355.5 2,574.4 2,795.8 2,991.1 3,194.7 3,451.7 3,706.7 3,958.1 4,097.4 4,341.0 4,572.9

Equals: Personal saving
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income
NOTE.—See "Explanatory Notes" in the text.




205.5
8.8

167.0
6.6

235.7

206.2

196.5

168.4

189.1

187.8

208.7

246.4

272.6

216.4

8.4

6.9

6.2

5.0

52

4.8

5.0

5.7

5,9

4.5

26

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

« November/December 1995

Table 3A,—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income—Continued
[Billions of current dollars]
Seasonally adjusted at annual rates
1994

1990

1992

1991

I

Net exports of goods and services
Exports
Goods
Agricultural products
Nonagricultural products
Services <,......*..,.......
jmports
GkxxIs'TZ!^^^^^
Petroleum and products
Nonpetroleum products
Services

Government consumption expenditures and gross investment
Federal ,
......
National defense
,
.....
.....
Consumption expenditures
..
Gross investment
Nondefense
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
State and local
,
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
Gross domestic oroduct .

,

,...

. .

Plus Receipts of factor income from the rest of the world
Less*. Payments of factor income to the rest of the world
Equals'. Gross national product
Disposition of personal income
Personal income
Wage and salary disbursements
Other labor income
........
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments
Farm
.....•.«
Nonfarm
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment
.
Personal dividend income
,.
Personal interest income
Transfer payments to persons
Less*. Personal contributions for social insurance
LQSS", Personal tax and nontax payments
Equate. Disposable personal income
Less: Personal outlays
,
Eoua/s: Personal savina
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income
».*f WUIV.

Wl WW1 IWU

VMI

l£

1

NoTE.-See "Explanatory Notes" in the text




*

IV

I

II

III

IV

-74.3

-60.3

-78.5

-72.0

-32.9

-12.3

-22.0

-14.8

722.0
509.1
47.1
462.0
212.9

541.6
391.6
43.1
348.5
150.0

554.8
399.8
41.6
358.2
155.1

555.5
394.6
38.6
356.1
160.9

577.3
4085
37.5
370,7
169.1

577.4
414.8
39.6
3755
162.7

602.7
428.8
38.7
390.1
173.9

602.6
423.9
39.5
384.4
178.7

624.4
438.1
42.8
395.3
186.3

818.4
677.3
51.3
626.0
141.1

,
..,

III

-96.4

f...

..........

II

615.9
500.4
635
4375
115.5

615.1
497.4
51.3
446.1
117.8

634.1
511.3
61.8
449.5
122,7

649.2
522.9
72.9
450.0
126.4

610.3
488.3
52.4
435.9
122.1

615.0
493.5
525
4415
121.6

624.5
504.6
52.9
451.6
119.9

639.3
516.5
49.4
4675
122.7

641.3
516.8
41.9
474.9
124.5

I

II

III

-8.9

-29.0

-37.6

632.4
442.1
43.5
398.6
190.3

635.9
445.9
42.7
403.2
190.0

640.2
447.7
44.4
403.3
192.5

664.9
541.1
52.4
488.7
123.8

677.8
557.2
575
500.0
120.6

1,314.7 1,153.0 1,164.3 1,176.9 1,210.4 1,220.6 1,227.4 1,226.5 1,229.2 1,247,9 1,256.4 1,270.7
516.3 496.4 500.1 501.2 516.7 525.6 5285 520.9 515.5 521.8 523.2 532.0
352.0 369.7 370.6 368.9 383.3 389.7 389.3 382.1 373.0 372.8 374.1 380.9
305.7 311.7 310.8 307.3 321.0 331.3 328.6 323.1 318.5 3175 317.3 323.5
59.8
57.4
55.6
56.9
62.3
58.4
60.7
59.0
54.5
46.2
58.0
61.6
164.3 126.7 129.5 132.3 133.3 136.0 138,9 138.8 142.6 149.0 149.1 151.1
144.9
110.0 112.9 115.9 116.7 119.3 120.5 120.6 122.0 128.5 129.1 130.9
20.4
19.4
20.0
20.2
16.7
16.5
16.4
16.7
18.4
185
20.6
16.6
798.4 656.6 664.2 675.7 693.7 695.0 699.2 705.5 713.6 726.1 733.2 738.7
651.7 535.3 543.9 554.0 567.3 572.1 576.9 581.5 587.3 592.6 600.8 607.4
146.6 121.3 120.4 121.7 126.5 123.0 122.4 124.1 126.3 133.5 132.4 131.3
6,931.4 5,660.4 5,751.0 5,782,4 5,781.5 5,822.1 5,892.3 5,950.0 6,002.3 6,121.8 6,2015 6,271.7
159.2
168.1

173.6
152.5

173.3
156.4

173.1
158.7

190.0
157.9

174.0
147.1

156.0
143.8

148.1
138.7

146.6
132.2

140.7
124.2

143.3
132.3

133.8
124.3

6,922.4 5,681.4 5,767.8 5,796.8 5,813.6 5,849.0 5,904.5 5,959.4 6,016.6 6,138.3 6,2125 6,281.1
5,7505 4,689.1 4,771.7 4,837.8 4,867.7 4,884.9 4,950.5 4,9795 5,059.4 5,161.1 5,236.4 5,233.4
3,241.1 2,704.0 2,753.0 2,784.4 2,788.6 2,789.3 2,815.1 2,838.8 2,867.1 2,916.5 2,956.2 2,9885
4025 291.4 297.8 304.0 3095 312.4 319.7 326.3 332.4 340.8 347.6 355.9
450.9 354.7 362.7 365.6 360.9 3495 365.1 3655 372.1 396.5 406.9 412.1
36.7
37.9
39.9
39.4
345
31.0
36.0
33.9
28.0
35.0
36.1
27.6
415.9 318.6 323.3 329.6 327.1 321.6 331.0 337.1 341.1 359.8 368.9 372.3
65.9
66.6
87.8
92.2
39.6
57.5
83.5
116.6
56.8
58.1
64.2
66.4
199.6 142.0 143.4 143.3 142.7 149.3 153.1 156.4 155.7 152.3 154.5 160.8
681.6 690.6 701.1 711.6 7145 705.4 7025 697.0 692.3 674.1 673.0 6615
956.3 670.5 678.1 690.6 712.0 746.4 7635 774.9 795.1 838.3 853.5 865.3
278.1 221.0 222.3 225.9 226.4 233.0 234.6 236.9 238.9 245.2 247.4 249.7
731.4 613.0 628.2 630.8 627.1 622.3 620.5 623.7 632.5 636.7 640.0 550.6
5,018.8 4,076.1 4,143.5 4,207.0 4,240.6 4,262.6 4,329.9 4,355.5 4,426.8 4,524.4 4,596.4 4,582.7
4,826.5 3,875,8 3,929.4 3,999.3 4,027.9 4,032.5 4,083.3 4,123.9 4,149.8 4,250.0 4,304.8 4,359.5
192.3

200.3

214.1

207.7

212.6

230.1

246.6

231.6

277.0

274.5

291.6

223.3

3.8

4.9

55

4.9

5.0

5.4

5.7

5.3

6.3

6.1

6.3

4.9

SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS

November/December 1995 • 2J

Table 3A.—Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Product, and Disposition of Personal Income—Continued
[Billions of current dollars; seasonally adjusted at annual rates]

1992

1995
ill

I

II

III

IV

I

II

ill

-427

-474

-620

-77.1

-73.2

-803

-97.4

-108.4

6491
459.0
45.6
4134
190.1

649.4
451.2
43.7
407.4
198.3

662.5
461.8
43.7
418.1
200.8

648.5
448.3
42.2
406.1
200.2

679.4
477.0
45.3
4318
202.4

681.5
476.0
43.9
4321
205.5

708.6
497.7
43.5
454.2
210.9

734.2
517.2
46.7
470.5
216.9

763.6
545.4
54.2
491.2
218.2

778.6
558.9
56.1
502.8
219.7

796.9
574.7
53.6
521.0
222.2

813.2
588.3
59.1
529.2
224.9

691.8
5644
54.9
509.5
127.4

696.8
569.7
51.0
518.7
127.1

724.6
593.8
57.2
536.6
130.8

725.6
593.7
50.1
543.6
131.9

752.6
6138
47.6
566.2
138.8

761.7
6224
41.9
580.5
139.3

806.0
665.7
51.5
614.3
140.3

842.6
699.9
60.6
639.3
142.6

863.3
720.9
51.1
669.8
142.3

885.1
740.3
523
688.0
144.8

919.3
771.0
58.3
712.7
148.3

913.7
765.4
56.2
709.1
148.3

IV
Net exDOrts of floods and services
Exports
...
.
.
Goods .......................
Agricultural products
Nonaaricultural oroducts .
Services . .
DlWIIWJjIIVMIkMI Wl

1994

19 93

.. . .

pr> W M V W

..............
,

...
... ..
... ..
..V.
.

........ .

Imports
. . . . .
Goods
.
.
Petroleum and products „
Nonoetroleum products
Services

,

.
...

....

Plus, Receipts of factor income from the rest of the world
Less: Payments of factor income to the rest of the world

i

II

1,280.0 1,278.8 1,284.6 1,293.6 1,302.7 1,296.4 1,300.8 1,328.0 1,333.5 1,346.0 1,359.9 1,365.5
535.0 525.0 519.6 520.8 522.9 511.3 509.4 523.6 520.9 519.9 522.6 517.3
375.3 365.2 362.2 360.7 360.8 346.7 349.3 362.1 349.6 347.7 352.3 346.2
320.7 313.9 312.1 314.6 311.5 301.3 303.4 313.3 304.9 303.0 305.3 301.9
44.3
50.1
45.9
48.9
44.7
54.6
51.3
46.1
44.8
47.0
49.3
45.5
159.7 159.8 157.4 160.1 162.2 164.6 160.0 161.5 171.2 172.1 170.3 171.1
137.0 136.9 135.9 138.4 142.3 145.4 141.7 142.2 150.4 151.8 150.8 152.2
18.4
20.4
19.5
18.9
22.9
21.5
19.2
19.3
20.9
21.8
19.9
22.6
745.1 753.8 765.0 772.7 779.7 785.0 791.4 804.4 812.6 826.1 837.3 848.2
613.6 620.8 626.0 630.8 634.1 642.4 647.3 655.4 661.9 672.1 680.1 686.5
131.5 133.0 139.0 142.0 145.6 142.7 144.2 149.0 150.8 154.0 157.2 161.7

Government consumption expenditures and gross investment
Federal
....
National defense
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
Nondefense
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
State and local
Consumption expenditures
Gross investment
Gross domestic product . . . . . .

IV

-99.7 -106.6 -122.4 -100.6

.........

6,383.0 6,442.8 6,503.2 6,571.3 6,683.7 6,772.8 6,885.0 6,987.6 7,080.0 7,147.8 7,196.5 7,297.2
133.9
126.4

135.3
119.7

141.2
132.1

140.1
126.6

142.1
141.3

144.4
143.6

151.1
159.9

165.6
175.6

175.7
193.4

196.9
204.1

205.6
215.0

203.9
219.8

...............................i............................... 68390.5 6,458.4 6,512.3 6,584.8 6,684.5 6,773.6 6,876.3 6,977.6 7,062.2 7,140.5 7,187.0 7,281.3

EQua/s. Gross national product

Disposition of personal income
Personal income
........................
5,426.0 5,347.0 5,460.9 5,499.4 5,609.5 5,562.4 5,743.0 5,801.7 5,893.9 5,995.5 6,061.9 6,131.9
Wage and salary disbursements
3,084.7 2,981.9 3,074.2 3,113.9 3,192.3 3,143.7 3,239.8 3,262.4 3,318.5 3,361.6 3,393.3 3,439.3
Other labor income
.
361.1 372.2 379.1 384.3 388.0 395.6 400.5 404.9 407.8 417.7 422.0 425.9
Proprietors' income with inventory valuation and capital consumption adjustments ................... 422.4 413.5 417.6 414.2 434.9 421.1 454.4 458.7 469.4 472.0 474.7 479J
34.4
27.4
31.5
35.8
26.1
35.1
31.9
32.3
28.5
37.3
40.8
27.6
Nonfarm
..
,
385.1 382.0 381.8 388.1 400.5 380.3 419.3 426.8 437.1 443.5 447.1 452.3
Rental income of persons with capital consumption adjustment
96.8 105.4 102.9 104.8 101.2 121.0 122.2 121.9 120.6 121.6 118.3
103.0
Personal dividend income
170.1 180.0 185.4 189.7 192.1 193.2 197.5 201.0 206.7 209.5 212.2 215.8
Personal interest income
713.9 719.3
660.4 659.0 651.6 640.0 638.6 639.4 657.6 671.0 678.4 701.9
Transfer payments t o persons .........
.
.
* • • ' • •
8758 8959 9069 9164 9236 9395 9498 9614 9747 1,0024 10168 10299
252.3 2593 2619 265 0 271 4 2776 2799 2835 2902 2927 2962
Less: Personal contributions for social insurance
2514
Less: Personal tax and nontax payments
674.8 662.4 686.9 696.4 713.8 705.5 740.8 731.3 748.1 770.0 801.5 801.3
Eoualsi Disposable personal income
Less: Personal outlays

4,751.2 4684.6 4,774.0 4,802.9 48957 4856.9 50022 5,070.4 5,145 7 52255 52604 53306
. ...

Equals: Personal saving
Personal saving as a percentage of disposable personal income
NoTE.-See "Explanatory Notes" in the text.




4,450.0 4,486.6 4,542.6 4,599.3 4,663.2 4,723.0 4,791.9 4,863.0 4,927.9 4,972.2 5,049.0 5,109.7
301.2

198.0

231.4

203.7

2325

1339

2103

207.4

2178

2533

2114

2209

6.3

4.2

4.8

4.2

4.7

28

4.2

4.1

4.2

48

40

41


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