Real GDP increased 3.3 percent, primarily reflecting contributions from consumer spending, inventory investment, business investment, and exports.
Net government saving increased $47.9 billion to –$799.2 billion. Net federal government saving increased $12.5 billion to –$629.4 billion. Net state and local government saving increased $35.4 billion to –$169.8 billion.
Aggregate rates of return for nonfinancial corporations, industries, and selected industry groups. Domestic nonfinancial corporate returns decreased in 2016.
Economic growth in the second quarter of 2017 was 3.1 percent; 17 of 22 major industry groups contributed to the overall growth in real GDP.
The global operations of U.S. multinational enterprises, based on measures published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), were relatively unchanged.
In the second quarter of 2017, growth in real gross domestic product by state averaged 2.8 percent; growth ranged from 8.3 percent in North Dakota to –0.7 percent in Iowa. State personal income averaged 2.9 percent growth.
A list of the articles in the Survey of Current Business in 2017.
U.S. International Transactions. Statistics for the third quarter of 2017.