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December 2005 - Volume 85 - Number 12

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Director's Message | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (209 kb)

Taking Account | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (83 kb)

Business Situation: Preliminary Estimates for the Third Quarter of 2005

Real GDP increased 4.3 percent after increasing 3.3 percent in the second quarter. Corporate profits decreased $45.5 billion after increasing $59.3 billion. Net government saving decreased $129. 9 billion to -$406.0 billion. | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (667 kb)

  • The Impact of the Third-Quarter Hurricanes on the NIPAs | Icon for P D F document. PDF version ( 313 kb)

Annual Industry Accounts: Revised Estimates for 2002-2004

Real economic growth was strong in 2004, reflecting strength in both the services-producing sector and the goods-producing sector, according to the most recent update of BEA's annual industry accounts. | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (1024 kb)

  • Gross Output: Annual Industry Estimates and Preliminary Benchmark I-O Estimates | Icon for P D F document. PDF version ( 1024 kb)
  • Annual Input-Output Tables and the Health Care Industry, 1998-2004 | Icon for P D F document. PDF version ( 1024  kb)

Gross Domestic Product by Industry for 1947-86: New Estimates Based on the North American Industry Classification System

These new NAICS-based estimates show, among other trends, the economic shift from goods-producing industries to services-producing industries since World War II. | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (481 kb)

  • Interpreting the Value-Added Price Index | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (481 kb)

Subject Guide for 2005

This guide lists the articles that were published in the Survey in 2005. | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (102 kb)

Looking Ahead

State Personal Income: The estimates for the third quarter of 2005 will be published in the January Survey . These estimates will reflect the effects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on personal income in the Gulf Coast states.

BEA Current and Historical Data

National Data

International Data

Regional Data

Appendixes

  • Additional information about the NIPA estimatesIcon for P D F document. PDF version (233 kb)
  • Suggested reading | Icon for P D F document. PDF version (136 kb)