1 Business Situation (PDF)
Real GDP increased 2.2 percent in the third quarter of 2000, according to the "final" NIPA estimates; the downward revision of 0.2 percentage point from the "preliminary" estimates primarily reflected a downward revision to exports of goods and services. The prices of gross domestic purchases increased 2.0 percent; the downward revision of 0.3 percentage point primarily reflected a downward revision to the prices of personal consumption expenditures for services. Corporate profits increased $6.7 billion (0.7 percent at a quarterly rate), to $970.3 billion, in the third quarter.
9 Annual Input-Output Accounts of the U.S. Economy, 1997 (PDF)
47 U.S. International Transactions, Third Quarter 2000 (PDF)
The U.S. current-account deficit increased $8.8 billion, to $113.8 billion, in the third quarter of 2000; the increase was mostly accounted for by an increase in the deficit on goods and a decrease in the surplus on services. In the financial account, net recorded inflows decreased $29.7 billion, to $123.0 billion; financial inflows decreased more than financial outflows decreased.
6 Real Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade, 2000:III (PDF)
44 An Ownership-Based Framework of the U.S. Current Account, 1982-98 (PDF)
D-2 Selected NIPA Tables (PDF)
D-29 Other NIPA and NIPA-Related Tables (PDF)
D-38 Historical Measures (PDF)
D-41 Domestic Perspectives (PDF)
D-43 Charts (PDF)
D-51 Transactions Tables (PDF)
D-57 Investment Tables (PDF)
D-62 International Perspectives (PDF)
D-64 Charts (PDF)
D-65 State and Regional Tables (PDF)
D-69 Local Area Table (PDF)
D-71 Charts (PDF)
Inside back cover: Getting BEA's Estimates (PDF)
Back cover: Schedule of Upcoming BEA News Releases (PDF)
Trends in Personal Consumption Expenditures. An article discussing trends and cyclical developments in personal consumption expenditures for 1959-2000 is scheduled to be published in a forthcoming issue of the Survey.