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Survey of Current Business

Table of Contents
October 2001

Special in this issue

99 State Personal Income, Revised Estimates for 1998-2000 (PDF)

The annual estimates of State personal income for 1998-2000 have been revised to incorporate the results of the recent annual revision of the national income and product accounts, as well as newly available State-level source data. In 2000, personal income grew the fastest in Massachusetts and grew the slowest in Louisiana. Over the expansion period 1992-2000, personal income grew the fastest in Nevada and grew the slowest in Hawaii.

Regular features

1 Business Situation (PDF)

Real GDP edged up 0.3 percent in the second quarter of 2001, according to the "final" estimate; the "preliminary" estimate issued last month had shown a 0.2-percent increase. The largest revision was a downward revision to imports of services, which are subtracted in the calculation of GDP. The "revised" estimate of corporate profits showed a decrease of $30.0 billion (3.8 percent at a quarterly rate); the "preliminary" estimate had shown a decrease of $28.5 billion (3.6 percent).

 

65 U.S. International Transactions, Second Quarter 2001 (PDF)

The U.S. current-account deficit decreased $5.3 billion, to $106.5 billion, in the second quarter of 2001. A decrease in the deficit on goods and an increase in the surplus on services more than offset increases in the deficit on income and in net outflows for unilateral current transfers. In the financial account, net recorded inflows increased $21.2 billion, to $124.7 billion, as financial inflows decreased less than financial outflows.

 

Reports and statistical presentations

7 Real Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade, 1997:IV-2001:II (PDF)

10 Annual NIPA Revision: Newly Available Tables (PDF)

18 Updated Summary NIPA Methodologies (PDF)

42 Index to the NIPA Tables (PDF)

94 Cross-Border Trade in Services, 1986-2000 (PDF)

98 Errata: Detail for Foreign Direct Investment in the United States (PDF)

116 Schedule of BEA News Releases in 2002 (PDF)

Note:   Files listed above contain the text and the tables of the articles;
many tables are, or soon will be, also available in XLS spreadsheets.

 

 

D-1 BEA Current and Historical Data

National Data

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)

International Data

D-51 Transactions tables (PDF)

D-57 Investment tables (PDF)

D-62 International perspectives (PDF)

D-63 Charts (PDF)

Regional Data

D-64 State and regional tables (PDF)

D-68 Local area table (PDF)

D-70 Charts (PDF)

Appendixes

D-72 Additional information about the NIPA estimates (PDF)

D-74 Suggested reading (PDF)

 

  

Inside back cover: Getting BEA's Estimates

Back cover: Schedule of Upcoming BEA News Releases

 

Looking Ahead

U.S. International Services. The annual article on U.S. international services, which covers both cross-border trade and sales through affiliates, does not appear in this issue but will be published in the November Survey. However, summary tables showing cross-border trade in services by type and by country for 1986-2000 appear on page 94 of this issue.