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Table 1.--Key Source Data and Assumptions for the Quarterly Current-Dollar Estimates of the Gross Domestic Product
[In billions of dollars, seasonally adjusted, except where noted]

2005QI

April

May

June

2005QlI

July

August

September

2005QllI

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT..............................

12,198.8

....

....

....

12,378.0

....

....

....

12,589.6

NIPA

....

Personal consumption expenditures........................

8,535.8

8,646.6

8,647.2

8,737.3

8,677.0

8,857.6

8,809.2

8,853.3

8,840.0

NIPA

....

57.0

69.4

60.4

63.9

64.6

71.7

65.0

65.6

67.4

NIPA

....

5.4

5.7

5.3

5.2

5.4

5.8

5.6

5.7

5.7

Ward's

BEA

18,994.0

19,547.0

19,484.0

19,660.0

19,563.0

19,442.0

19,667.0

19,559.0 *

59.6

64.0

61.3

63.6

62.9

64.7

61.7

61.3 #

62.6 # Polk-BEA

BEA

39.0

40.9

41.2

41.3

41.1

44.7

43.0

42.0

43.2

NIPA

....

2.1

2.3

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.3

2.2

2.3

2.3

Ward's

BEA

27,726.0

26,961.0

28,208.0

28,030.0

27,724.0

29,272.0

29,594.0

28,071.0 *

59.6

64.0

61.3

63.6

62.9

64.7

61.7

61.3 #

219.4

228.6

209.2

240.2

226.0

299.1

209.9

191.7

1. Domestic new autos..........................................


Retail sales (millions of units
at annual rate)..................................................
Average unit value
(dollars)..........................................................
Consumer share of new
auto purchases (percent)..................................
2. Imported new autos
Retail sales (millions of units
at annual rate).................................................
Average unit value
(dollars)..........................................................
Consumer share of new
auto purchases (percent)..................................
3. Light trucks, new and used.......................................
Retail sales (millions of units
at annual rate).................................................
Average unit value
(dollars)..........................................................
Consumer share of new
light truck purchases (percent).................................
4. Used Autos......................................................
5. Gasoline and oil................................................
Motor gasoline supplied
(millions of barrels per day)........................................
CPI, motor fuel
(1982-84=100).................................................
6. Other goods.....................................................
Retail and food services sales less
automobile and other motor vehicle
dealers, and building materials, and
garden equipment, and supplies
dealers (millions of dollars)................................

19,554.0 * AIS

28,975.0 * AIS
62.6 # Polk-BEA
233.6

9.0

9.2

9.1

10.3

9.6

12.6

9.0

8.4

28,774.0

....

....

....

29,189.0

....

....

....

62.4

....

....

....

63.1

....

....

....

60.6

59.8

50.3

45.9

52.0

55.0

53.7

253.1

283.8

273.4

264.6

273.9

286.7

302.8

9.2

9.1

9.2

9.0

9.1

9.2

170.3

192.5

184.1

182.1

186.2

193.2

209.1

246.3

216.2

2,864.9

2,893.0

2,899.6

2,942.3

2,911.6

2,938.3

2,952.4

2,935.3

2,942.0

727,329.0

246,906.0

246,789.0

249,488.0

743,183.0

250,911.0

253,569.0 *

256,151.0 *

9.0 *

10.0

BEA

BEA
BEA

NIPA

....

Ward's

BEA

29,077.0 * BEA

BEA

64.3 # Polk-BEA

BEA

55.9

54.9

NIPA

....

346.7

312.1

NIPA

....

8.8 *

9.0 * EIA

BEA

BLS

BLS

NIPA

....

760,631.0 * Census

Census

7. Housing services...............................................
Housing stock..................................................
CPI, rent of primary residence
(1982-84=100).................................................

1,260.6
105.6

1,270.8
105.6

1,275.5
105.7

1,279.6
105.7

1,275.3
105.7

1,284.7
105.7

1,287.8
105.8 *

1,292.1
105.8 *

1,288.2 NIPA
105.8 * BEA

....
....

214.8

216.0

216.4

217.0

216.5

217.7

218.3

218.6

218.2

BLS

BLS

8. Electricity.........................................................
Sales of electricity to ultimate
residential customers (millions of dollars)............

126.8

123.5

130.4

135.5

129.8

132.9

134.4

139.2

135.5

NIPA

....

330.5

107.3

113.3

117.7

338.3

115.5 #

116.8 #

121.0 #

353.2 # EIA

BEA

CPI, electricity (1982-94=100)..........................

145.6

146.9

148.9

151.1

149.0

150.6

151.4

152.4

151.5

BLS

BLS

65.4

NIPA

....

9. Natural gas.......................................................
Sales of gas to ultimate
residential customers (millions of dollars)............
CPI, utility natural
gas (1982-84=100)...........................................
10. Telephone........................................................

62.7

61.8

67.3

58.7

62.6

18,875.2

6,204.6

6,751.0

5,888.9

18,844.5

190.8

201.0

200.4

193.4

198.2

133.6

135.0

135.3

137.3

135.9

14,873.0

4,927.6

4,876.3

4,845.1

14,649.0

11. Other services..................................................

3,458.1

3,479.9

3,504.8

3,528.1

Gross private domestic investment..........................

2,058.5

....

....

Fixed investment..................................................

1,998.7

....

....

Nonresidential......................................................

1,280.1

....

Structures..........................................................

315.9

12. Commercial and healthcare, manufacturing,


power and communication, and other
structures.
Value of new nonresidential construction put
in place (annual rate)...............................

Local service revenues (millions of dollars)..........

62.3

64.4

69.3

6,252.7 #

6,464.6 #

6,958.6 #

200.8

206.3

231.3

19,675.9 # EIA

BEA

212.8

BLS

BLS

137.3

NIPA

....

137.4

136.7

137.7

4,840.3 *

4,843.7 *

4,829.1 *

3,504.3

3,544.6

3,559.1

3,577.8

3,560.5

NIPA

....

....

2,054.4

....

....

....

2,078.6

NIPA

....

....

2,058.5

....

....

....

2,102.2

NIPA

....

....

....

1,313.5

....

....

....

1,340.7

NIPA

....

....

....

....

325.6

....

....

....

335.4

NIPA

....

250.6

....

....

....

250.6

....

....

....

250.0

NIPA

....

243.3

246.1

243.9

240.7

243.6

241.8 *

243.8 *

242.8 #

63.2

....

....

....

71.8

....

....

....

82.6

53.6

....

....

....

55.5

....

....

....

58.9 * API

14,513.0 * SEC

242.8 # Census

BEA

Census

NOTE.-Other structures excludes brokers' commissions and net


purchases of used structures.
13. Oil and gas well drilling
and exploration.............................................
Drilling footage (millions of feet)........................

NIPA

....
BEA

Cost per foot (dollars).....................................

23.5

....

....

....

24.8

....

....

....

2.1

....

....

....

3.2

....

....

....

2.8

NIPA

....

964.3

....

....

....

987.9

....

....

....

1,005.3

NIPA

....

15. Motor vehicles...............................................


135.0
....
Retail sales - see personal consumption expenditures, items 1 through 3.
Average unit value - see personal consumption expenditures, items 1 through 3.

....

....

142.4

....

....

....

146.1

NIPA

....

14. Other...........................................................
Equipment and software......................................

Business share of new motor


vehicle purchases (percent):
Autos.........................................................
Light trucks........................................................
16. Aircraft.........................................................
Manufacturers' shipments of
complete aircraft (millions of dollars)................
17. Other............................................................
Manufacturers' shipments of
nondefense capital goods other
than aircraft (millions of dollars).......................

38.9
35.8

35.3
....

37.4
....

35.3
....

36.0
35.6

34.1
....

37.1
....

20.0

....

....

....

22.1

....

....

5,914.0

3,314.0

2,127.0

2,308.0

7,749.0

2,469.0

809.3

....

....

....

823.5

....

182,036.0

60,140.0

61,309.0

61,157.0

182,606.0

60,550.0

3,350.0 *
....

61,870.0 *

37.6 #
....
....
739.0 #
....

61,796.0 *

27.2 * BEA

BEA

36.3 # Polk-BEA
34.6 # Polk-BEA

BEA
BEA

18.2

....

NIPA

6,558.0 # Census
841.0

NIPA

184,216.0 * Census

BEA
....

Census

NOTE.-NIPA purchases of equipment and software and the Census


shipments series differ primarily because the NIPA series covers only business
purchases on capital account, including purchases of imported equipment.
The Census series includes some current-account purchases, mainly
parts; includes purchases by government, rest of the world, and persons;
and excludes imported equipment.
Residential..........................................................

718.5

....

....

....

745.0

....

....

....

761.5

NIPA

....

18. Permanent site..............................................


Value of new residential construction
put in place (annual rate)................................
Single family structures...........................................
Multifamily structures...............................

445.8

....

....

....

455.7

....

....

....

466.5

NIPA

....

445.1
401.0
44.2

449.3
404.8
44.4

455.6
410.1
45.5

462.4
416.5
45.8

455.8
410.5
45.3

464.2 *
418.0 *
46.2 *

464.7 *
419.1 *
45.6 *

470.8 #
424.6 #
46.2 #

466.6 # Census
420.5 # Census
46.0 # Census

Census
Census
Census

1,709.0

1,640.0

1,724.0

1,716.0

1,693.0

1,732.0

1,703.0

1,747.0 *

1,727.0 * Census

Census

....

....

....

6.9

....

....

1-unit structures started


(thousands at annual rate)...............................

NOTE.-The value of single family structures put in place is estimated


by Census using data on the number of 1-unit structures started in the current
and earlier months; the value of multifamily structures put in place is
directly measured.
19. Manufactured homes......................................
Manufacturers' shipments

8.3

....

7.2

NIPA

....

(thousands of units at annual rate)...................

142.2

125.0

110.1

124.5

119.8

124.3

113.0

20. Other............................................................

264.4

....

....

....

282.5

....

....

Change in private inventories.................................

59.9

....

....

....

-4.2

....

Farm....................................................................

-6.5

....

....

....

-8.5

....

Construction, mining, and utilities...........................

2.7

....

....

....

6.7

21. Manufacturing and trade (excludes


nonmerchant wholesalers)..............................
Manufacturing...................................................
Merchant wholesalers.......................................
Retail...............................................................
Motor vehicle dealers.......................................
Other retail.......................................................

54.1
27.7
19.1
7.2
-4.4
11.7

-16.8
-11.5
24.2
-29.5
-27.0
-2.5

-21.1
-14.0
5.4
-12.5
-29.0
16.5

19.6
-1.6
21.7
-0.5
-15.7
15.2

Nonmerchant wholesalers....................................
Other industries...................................................

6.1
3.5

....
....

....
....

22.2
10.7
6.2
4.4
7.6
-0.3
7.9
3.9
-0.6
4.4

3.3
0.4
0.1
0.3
2.4
0.5
1.9
0.6
0.0
0.6

-39.3

Change in inventories (at monthly and


quarterly rates):
Manufacturing and trade...............................................
Manufacturing............................................................
Durable goods..........
Nondurable goods............................................
Merchant wholesalers.......................................
Motor vehicle & motor vehicle parts & supplies.....
Other wholesalers............................................
Retail...............................................................
Motor vehicle and parts dealers.........................
Other retail.......................................................

156.7 #

131.3 # NCSBCS

BEA

....

287.8

NIPA

....

....

....

-23.6

NIPA

....

....

....

-11.3

NIPA

....

....

....

....

-3.4

NIPA

....

-6.1
-9.0
17.1
-14.2
-23.9
9.7

-105.7
29.8
-1.1
-134.4
-123.8
-10.6

41.4
-14.7
19.5
36.6
21.4
15.1

19.8
-29.3
-6.0
55.1
42.1
13.0

-14.8
-4.7
4.2
-14.2
-20.1
5.9

NIPA
NIPA
NIPA
NIPA
NIPA
NIPA

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

....
....

0.6
3.1

....
....

....
....

....
....

4.6
1.3

NIPA
NIPA

....
....

1.8
-0.5
0.5
-1.0
1.1
0.5
0.7
1.1
-1.0
2.2

-0.5
0.3
-1.1
1.4
1.6
1.0
0.6
-2.3
-3.6
1.2

4.7
0.2
-0.5
0.7
5.1
2.0
3.1
-0.6
-4.6
4.0

-5.5
2.7
2.3
0.4
0.3
0.0
0.4
-8.5
-8.4
-0.1

5.5
-0.6
-0.6
0.0
1.8
-0.4
2.2
4.3
2.5
1.8

Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census

Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census
Census

-33.6

-14.1

-8.7

-18.8

-13.0

-18.5

-30.3

-20.6

NIPA

....

115.7
157.5
114.2

117.0
167.2
116.6

117.1
158.4
116.0

115.7
171.6
116.1

116.6
165.8
116.2

115.3 *
188.5 *
117.9 *

114.2 *
196.2 *
118.9 *

114.9 *
219.4 *
122.8 *

114.8 * BLS
201.4 * BLS
119.9 * BLS

BEA
BEA
BEA

147.7

163.6

154.0

179.9

165.9

189.2

194.1 #

193.0 #

192.1 # EIA

BEA

*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*

4.2
-1.1
-0.3
-0.8
-0.1
0.2
-0.3
5.3
3.7
1.6

#
#
*
#
#
#
#
#
#
#

4.2
1.0
1.4
-0.3
2.1
-0.2
2.3
1.1
-2.3
3.4

#
#
*
#
#
#
#
#
#
#

NOTE-NIPA estimates of change in inventories for retail motor vehicle dealers


are primarily based on trade source data on units produced and sold.
22. Inventory valuation adjustment:
Manufacturing and trade...................................
PPI, farm products (2000=100)..........................
PPI, petroleum products (2000=100)..................
PPI, industrial commodities (2000=100).............
Refiners' crude oil
acquisition cost (2000=100)..............................
23. Unit change in motor vehicle

inventories (millions of units):


Autos......................................................................
Light trucks................................................................
Net exports of goods and services................................

0.0
0.0

-1.0
-0.1

-0.4
-0.4

0.3
-0.8

-0.4
-0.5

-0.8
-3.6

-0.3
0.1

-0.5 #
1.9 #

-0.5 # Ward's-BEA ....


-0.5 # Ward's-BEA BEA

-697.5

....

....

....

-691.0

....

....

....

-721.7

NIPA

....

1,253.2

....

....

....

1,297.1

....

....

....

1,311.1

NIPA

....

24. Goods............................................................
U.S. exports of goods,
international-transactions-accounts basis
(annual rate)...................................................
Agricultural goods...........................................
Nonagricultural goods......................................
Of which: Capital goods, except automotive....

865.4

....

....

....

904.7

....

....

....

915.1

NIPA

....

855.4
62.3
793.1
341.7

894.7
65.8
828.8
365.4

893.7
72.0
821.7
354.9

894.2
68.0
826.2
361.6

894.2
68.6
825.6
360.6

900.8
70.2
830.6
363.4

920.1
68.1
851.9
377.0

25. Services.........................................................

387.7

....

....

....

392.5

....

....

....

396.0

NIPA

....

Imports................................................................

1,950.6

....

....

....

1,988.1

....

....

....

2,032.8

NIPA

....

26. Goods............................................................
U.S. imports of goods,
international-transactions-accounts basis
(annual rate)...................................................
Petroleum and products..................................
Nonpetroleum goods.......................................
Of which: Capital goods, except automotive....

1,627.6

....

....

....

1,661.8

....

....

....

1,706.7

NIPA

....

1,600.7
211.7
1,389.0
363.0

1,642.4
233.4
1,409.0
383.3

1,623.1
217.5
1,405.6
376.1

1,660.1
237.8
1,422.3
391.4

1,641.9
229.6
1,412.3
383.6

1,651.3
249.7
1,401.6
381.9

1,686.1
271.3
1,414.8
383.7

323.0

....

....

....

326.3

....

....

....

326.1

NIPA

....

Government consumption expenditures and


gross investment..................................................

2,302.0

....

....

....

2,337.6

....

....

....

2,392.7

NIPA

....

Federal.................................................................

860.2

....

....

....

869.8

....

....

....

892.8

NIPA

....

28. National defense..............................................


DOD military outlays (not
seasonally adjusted).......................................

575.3

....

....

....

582.5

....

....

....

602.3

NIPA

....

112.2

42.7

33.5

41.0

117.3

39.9

40.7

46.9

285.0

....

....

....

287.3

....

....

....

516.2

177.2

154.6

170.9

502.7

155.6

166.4

Exports...............................................................

27. Services.........................................................

*
*
*
*

*
*
*
*

885.2
68.6
816.6
347.1

1,709.5
283.2
1,426.3
386.9

#
#
#
#

#
#
#
#

902.0
69.0
833.0
362.5

1,682.3
268.1
1,414.2
384.2

#
#
#
#

#
#
#
#

Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA

Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA
Census-BEA Census-BEA

127.4 * DT

....

290.6

....

NOTE.-NIPA national defense consumption expenditures and gross


investment differs from DOD military outlays from the Monthly
Treasury Statement primarily because of coverage and timing. The DOD
series does not cover defense atomic energy-related expenditures by the
Department of Energy or consumption of general government fixed capital; the
NIPA series covers these expenditures. The DOD series records all transactions
on a checks-issued basis; the NIPA series outlays reflect equipment
gross investment on a delivery basis and compensation on an accrual basis.
The NIPA series are also adjusted to remove seasonal variation.
29. Nondefense....................................................
Outlays other than DOD military
(not seasonally adjusted).................................

NOTE.-NIPA nondefense consumption expenditures and gross investment


differs from outlays other than DOD from the Monthly Treasury Statement
primarily because of coverage. The outlays series covers expenditures-outlays for goods, services, and structures from business and rest of the world and
compensation of Federal Government employees--as well as government
social benefits, grants-in-aid to state and local governments, other current transfer

170.0 #

NIPA

491.9 # DT

....

payments to the rest of the world, interest paid, and subsidies. They also
cover defense atomic energy-related expenditures by the Department of
Energy, which are classified as NIPA national defense consumption expenditures. The outlays
series does not include consumption of general government fixed capital and the
NIPA series does. The NIPA series are also adjusted to remove seasonal variation.
State and local.....................................................
Consumption expenditures...................................

30. Compensation of general government


employees.................
Employment (thousands)...............................
Employment cost index
(June 1989=100)...........................................

1,441.7
1,159.0

....
....

....
....

....
....

1,467.7
1,175.7

....
....

851.9

....

....

....

861.3

....

19,004.2

19,027.6

19,032.5

19,041.0

19,033.7

19,098.4

....

....

....

167.3

....

....

....
....

....
19,124.2 *

....
....

....

1,499.9
1,204.1

NIPA
NIPA

....
....

873.5

NIPA

....

19,155.5 *

19,126.0 * BLS

....

168.5

....

BLS

BLS

....

NOTE-Employment cost index for wages and salaries is


published for the months of March, June, September, and December.
Gross investment.................................................

282.7

....

....

....

292.0

....

....

....

295.8

NIPA

....

31. Structures.....................................................
Value of new construction
put in place (annual rate)................................

227.5

....

....

....

235.7

....

....

....

238.6

NIPA

....

220.2

226.4

230.6

229.8

228.9

231.0 *

232.7 *

231.8 #

231.8 # Census

Census