National income and product accounts tables

National income and product accounts tables

4. Foreign Transactions

Table 4.1. Foreign Transactions in the National Income and Product

Accounts

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1 1,355.2 1,311.6

Exports goods and services 2 1,032.8 1,005.9

Goods (1) 3 731.2 697.6

Durable 4 521.1 487.2

Nondurable 5 210.1 210.4

Services (1) 6 301.6 308.4

Income receipts 7 322.4 305.7

Wage and salary receipts 8 2.9 2.9

Income receipts on assets 9 319.5 302.7

Interest 10 136.9 98.3

Dividends 11 87.4 92.8

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 12 95.2 111.6

Current payments to the rest of the

world 13 1,725.6 1,769.9

Imports of goods and services 14 1,399.8 1,430.3

Goods (1) 15 1,167.9 1,189.3

Durable 16 754.7 770.0

Nondurable 17 413.2 419.4

Services (1) 18 231.9 241.0

Income payments 19 278.8 275.0

Wage and salary payments 20 8.1 8.4

Income payments on assets 21 270.7 266.7

Interest 22 257.8 218.0

Dividends 23 46.5 45.0

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States 24 -33.7 3.6

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 25 47.0 64.5

From persons (net) 26 33.0 40.0

From government (net) 27 9.5 14.3

From business (net) 28 4.5 10.3

Balance on current account, NIPAs 29 -370.4 -458.3

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs 30 -371.5 -459.7

Balance on current account, NIPAs 31 -370.4 -458.3

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 32 1.1 1.4

Season-

ally

adjust-

ed at

annual

rates

2001

2003 2004 IV

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,389.3 1,589.2 1,250.8

Exports goods and services 1,045.6 1,173.8 966.6

Goods (1) 724.3 818.1 681.7

Durable 496.1 561.4 479.7

Nondurable 228.2 256.7 202.1

Services (1) 321.3 355.7 284.8

Income receipts 343.7 415.4 284.2

Wage and salary receipts 3.0 3.0 2.9

Income receipts on assets 340.7 412.4 281.3

Interest 85.0 102.9 104.6

Dividends 97.5 104.3 86.8

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 158.2 205.2 90.0

Current payments to the rest of the

world 1,893.8 2,240.9 1,592.6

Imports of goods and services 1,546.5 1,797.8 1,318.2

Goods (1) 1,283.9 1,495.9 1,096.5

Durable 801.2 930.2 718.7

Nondurable 482.7 565.7 377.7

Services (1) 262.6 301.9 221.7

Income payments 275.6 361.7 209.6

Wage and salary payments 8.5 8.8 8.2

Income payments on assets 267.1 352.8 201.4

Interest 187.4 228.2 225.8

Dividends 67.7 68.4 52.7

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States 12.0 56.2 -77.1

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 71.7 81.5 64.8

From persons (net) 41.2 42.9 32.9

From government (net) 18.0 19.7 14.1

From business (net) 12.4 18.9 17.8

Balance on current account, NIPAs -504.5 -651.7 -341.8

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -507.7 -653.4 -342.9

Balance on current account, NIPAs -504.5 -651.7 -341.8

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 3.2 1.6 1.0

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002

I II III

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,270.8 1,315.3 1,340.6

Exports goods and services 976.4 1,008.2 1,022.9

Goods (1) 676.7 703.4 713.0

Durable 474.6 493.2 498.2

Nondurable 202.1 210.2 214.8

Services (1) 299.6 304.8 309.9

Income receipts 294.5 307.1 317.7

Wage and salary receipts 3.0 2.9 2.9

Income receipts on assets 291.5 304.2 314.8

Interest 99.8 101.7 97.4

Dividends 86.3 85.3 104.2

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 105.3 117.2 113.2

Current payments to the rest of the

world 1,691.9 1,774.7 1,804.1

Imports of goods and services 1,349.5 1,424.3 1,456.7

Goods (1) 1,115.4 1,187.8 1,214.5

Durable 740.0 772.4 783.5

Nondurable 375.4 415.4 431.0

Services (1) 234.1 236.5 242.2

Income payments 268.3 290.5 288.1

Wage and salary payments 8.4 8.5 8.2

Income payments on assets 259.9 281.9 279.9

Interest 223.3 226.5 217.2

Dividends 41.7 44.7 36.5

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States -5.1 10.7 26.2

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 74.1 60.0 59.4

From persons (net) 39.5 39.0 40.2

From government (net) 23.0 10.4 9.6

From business (net) 11.6 10.6 9.6

Balance on current account, NIPAs -421.0 -459.4 -463.6

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -422.2 -460.7 -465.1

Balance on current account, NIPAs -421.0 -459.4 -463.6

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 1.2 1.2 1.5

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002 2003

IV I II

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,319.6 1,335.2 1,345.1

Exports goods and services 1,016.2 1,018.8 1,016.1

Goods (1) 697.1 705.8 708.6

Durable 482.7 480.0 485.3

Nondurable 214.4 225.7 223.3

Services (1) 319.1 313.0 307.5

Income receipts 303.3 316.5 329.1

Wage and salary receipts 2.9 2.9 2.9

Income receipts on assets 300.4 313.5 326.2

Interest 94.2 83.4 84.5

Dividends 95.6 98.6 98.1

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 110.6 131.5 143.6

Current payments to the rest of the

world 1,808.7 1,864.4 1,848.4

Imports of goods and services 1,490.8 1,521.4 1,516.6

Goods (1) 1,239.7 1,266.8 1,264.3

Durable 784.0 777.1 790.1

Nondurable 455.7 489.7 474.2

Services (1) 251.1 254.6 252.3

Income payments 253.3 271.5 262.2

Wage and salary payments 8.4 8.6 8.3

Income payments on assets 244.9 262.9 254.0

Interest 205.2 187.3 182.0

Dividends 57.1 37.9 105.4

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States -17.4 37.7 -33.5

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 64.6 71.5 69.5

From persons (net) 41.1 40.8 40.7

From government (net) 14.1 20.9 18.2

From business (net) 9.4 9.8 10.6

Balance on current account, NIPAs -489.1 -529.1 -503.3

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -490.7 -530.8 -509.6

Balance on current account, NIPAs -489.1 -529.1 -503.3

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 1.6 1.7 6.4

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2003 2004

III IV I

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,390.9 1,486.0 1,510.7

Exports goods and services 1,046.6 1,101.1 1,130.8

Goods (1) 723.1 759.8 786.1

Durable 494.5 524.5 539.1

Nondurable 228.6 235.3 247.0

Services (1) 323.5 341.3 344.7

Income receipts 344.3 384.9 380.0

Wage and salary receipts 3.0 3.1 3.0

Income receipts on assets 341.3 381.8 377.0

Interest 84.1 87.9 84.1

Dividends 91.4 102.0 101.0

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 165.9 191.9 192.0

Current payments to the rest of the

world 1,889.9 1,972.5 2,076.9

Imports of goods and services 1,541.9 1,606.1 1,690.3

Goods (1) 1,275.0 1,329.5 1,401.9

Durable 794.0 843.4 873.1

Nondurable 480.9 486.1 528.7

Services (1) 266.9 276.6 288.5

Income payments 277.0 291.7 297.0

Wage and salary payments 8.5 8.7 8.6

Income payments on assets 268.5 283.0 288.3

Interest 186.0 194.2 193.6

Dividends 54.9 72.8 78.1

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States 27.6 16.1 16.7

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 71.0 74.7 89.6

From persons (net) 39.3 44.2 43.0

From government (net) 18.7 14.2 27.3

From business (net) 13.1 16.3 19.2

Balance on current account, NIPAs -499.0 -486.5 -566.2

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -502.4 -487.9 -567.9

Balance on current account, NIPAs -499.0 -486.5 -566.2

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 3.3 1.4 1.7

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2004

II III IV

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,564.5 1,601.9 1,679.5

Exports goods and services 1,163.3 1,183.8 1,217.1

Goods (1) 811.5 829.7 845.0

Durable 555.8 572.1 578.5

Nondurable 255.6 257.6 266.5

Services (1) 351.8 354.1 372.1

Income receipts 401.2 418.1 462.4

Wage and salary receipts 2.9 3.1 3.2

Income receipts on assets 398.3 415.0 459.2

Interest 95.3 105.6 126.6

Dividends 109.8 104.3 102.2

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 193.2 205.1 230.4

Current payments to the rest of the

world 2,213.4 2,255.1 2,418.1

Imports of goods and services 1,776.4 1,821.8 1,902.5

Goods (1) 1,478.3 1,515.0 1,588.4

Durable 926.3 946.8 974.7

Nondurable 552.0 568.2 613.7

Services (1) 298.1 306.8 314.1

Income payments 354.5 369.6 425.6

Wage and salary payments 8.9 8.8 9.0

Income payments on assets 345.6 360.8 416.6

Interest 219.5 237.2 262.6

Dividends 64.6 48.9 82.1

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States 61.5 74.6 71.9

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 82.6 63.6 90.0

From persons (net) 43.5 43.4 41.7

From government (net) 16.8 17.3 17.3

From business (net) 22.3 3.0 31.0

Balance on current account, NIPAs -648.9 -653.2 -738.6

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -650.4 -654.7 -740.4

Balance on current account, NIPAs -648.9 -653.2 -738.6

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 1.5 1.6 1.8

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2005

I II

Current receipts from the rest of the

world 1,715.4

Exports goods and services 1,253.2 1,302.5

Goods (1) 865.4 902.0

Durable 590.9 612.1

Nondurable 274.5 289.9

Services (1) 387.7 400.5

Income receipts 462.3

Wage and salary receipts 3.0

Income receipts on assets 459.3

Interest 145.8

Dividends 195.9

Reinvested earnings on U.S. direct

investment abroad 117.6

Current payments to the rest of the

world 2,482.4

Imports of goods and services 1,950.6 1,982.3

Goods (1) 1,627.6 1,652.9

Durable 999.0 1,005.7

Nondurable 628.6 647.2

Services (1) 323.0 329.3

Income payments 422.9

Wage and salary payments 8.6

Income payments on assets 414.3

Interest 294.3

Dividends 76.4

Reinvested earnings on foreign direct

investment in the United States 43.6

Current taxes and transfer payments to

the rest of the world (net) 108.8 91.8

From persons (net) 48.3 45.3

From government (net) 31.8 16.9

From business (net) 28.7 29.6

Balance on current account, NIPAs -767.0

Addenda:

Net lending or net borrowing (-), NIPAs -784.3

Balance on current account, NIPAs -767.0

Less: Capital account transactions

(net) (2) 17.3

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) Consists of capital transfers and the acquisition and disposal of

nonproduced nonfinancial assets.

Table 4.2.1. Percent Change From Preceding Period in Real Exports and

in Real Imports of Goods and Services by Type of Product

[Percent]

Line 2001 2002 2003

Exports of goods and services 1 -5.4 -2.3 1.8

Exports of goods (1) 2 -6.1 -4.0 1.8

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 2.9 -2.0 1.8

Industrial supplies and materials 4 -3.9 0.3 2.5

Durable goods 5 -8.6 -6.5 2.6

Nondurable goods 6 -0.9 4.3 2.5

Capital goods, except automotive 7 -9.8 -8.7 2.2

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 8 3.7 -6.7 -10.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 9 -11.4 -13.6 6.1

Other 10 -12.1 -8.1 4.9

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 11 -0.4 4.1 1.5

Consumer goods, except automotive 12 -0.8 -4.0 6.0

Durable goods 13 -0.8 -5.0 4.4

Nondurable goods 14 -0.8 -2.9 7.7

Other 15 -4.5 -0.6 -12.1

Exports of services (1) 16 -3.7 1.9 1.7

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 17 -6.4 -4.2 7.2

Travel 18 -13.1 -6.6 -5.3

Passenger fares 19 -14.1 -7.5 -17.7

Other transportation 20 -3.5 2.3 1.4

Royalties and license fees 31 -7.8 7.7 6.1

Other private services 22 6.3 7.9 7.3

Other 23 3.6 -5.4 -8.0

Imports of goods and services 24 -2.7 3.4 4.6

Imports of goods (1) 25 -3.2 3.7 4.9

Foods, feeds, and beverages 26 4.6 5.3 7.8

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 27 -3.6 2.9 1.7

Durable goods 28 -0.2 5.2 1.2

Nondurable goods 29 -1.0 0.6 2.2

Petroleum and products 30 3.7 -2.5 6.5

Capital goods, except automotive 31 -11.4 -1.6 6.0

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 32 14.6 -19.8 -5.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 33 -8.7 10.3 9.0

Other 34 -15.4 -3.0 6.4

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 35 -3.0 7.0 2.6

Consumer goods, except automotive 36 1.7 9.4 8.7

Durable goods 37 -0.8 11.4 7.3

Nondurable goods 38 4.5 7.2 10.1

Other 39 1.8 3.5 -4.6

Imports of services (1) 40 -0.3 2.1 3.0

Direct defense expenditures 41 9.2 23.4 13.3

Travel 42 -4.7 -5.3 -8.8

Passenger fares 43 -14.7 -15.8 2.8

Other transportation 44 -5.2 2.5 3.0

Royalties and license fees 45 -1.6 15.3 -1.7

Other private services 46 10.9 6.8 11.2

Other 47 3.6 -0.5 0.3

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 48 -8.3 -5.9 1.7

Exports of nondurable goods 49 -0.4 0.9 1.9

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 50 3.2 -2.5 1.4

Exports of nonagricultural goods 51 -6.8 -4.1 1.8

Imports of durable goods 52 -6.2 4.1 4.3

Imports of nondurable goods 53 2.9 2.8 6.0

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 54 -3.8 4.3 4.7

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Exports of goods and services 8.4 -10.8 5.2 10.6

Exports of goods (1) 8.9 -8.8 -1.6 14.2

Foods, feeds, and beverages -6.4 6.1 1.1 -1.2

Industrial supplies and materials 6.3 -1.1 -1.0 16.0

Durable goods 4.5 -7.3 -19.5 24.4

Nondurable goods 7.3 2.6 11.0 11.6

Capital goods, except automotive 12.9 -15.4 -4.7 13.8

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 2.8 -21.0 7.3 6.6

Computers, peripherals, and parts 8.8 -21.3 -21.1 14.7

Other 16.1 -12.6 -3.9 15.5

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 9.8 -7.8 -0.5 35.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 13.6 -5.9 -3.6 9.3

Durable goods 16.3 -14.8 5.5 6.9

Nondurable goods 10.7 4.7 -12.6 12.1

Other -0.8 -11.4 19.2 2.7

Exports of services (1) 7.4 -15.3 22.9 2.7

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 13.4 -35.7 -21.1 -13.8

Travel 12.0 -53.0 68.6 -3.7

Passenger fares 8.9 -65.6 129.9 -3.4

Other transportation 14.0 -11.0 26.6 -4.4

Royalties and license fees 6.8 24.0 -3.4 34.1

Other private services 4.2 14.2 12.6 2.2

Other -3.3 -1.3 -7.8 -10.6

Imports of goods and services 10.7 -3.4 11.7 12.5

Imports of goods (1) 11.0 -2.0 9.2 16.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 5.7 -8.4 1.6 9.9

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 15.7 -2.8 3.9 9.7

Durable goods 20.7 -1.4 21.1 0.5

Nondurable goods 10.8 -4.1 -11.7 20.7

Petroleum and products 6.5 48.9 -9.8 -10.3

Capital goods, except automotive 17.3 -6.1 11.7 13.2

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -2.8 21.8 -41.5 -44.6

Computers, peripherals, and parts 23.8 8.4 52.2 5.3

Other 17.4 -15.3 9.9 29.7

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 6.8 -8.7 12.7 21.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 10.9 -5.5 17.1 29.9

Durable goods 15.5 -1.5 24.7 35.6

Nondurable goods 6.2 -9.6 9.3 23.8

Other 0.2 1.9 3.2 14.6

Imports of services (1) 9.6 -10.4 24.7 -3.0

Direct defense expenditures 5.7 95.8 21.3 12.0

Travel 5.9 -37.3 61.6 -10.8

Passenger fares 14.9 -56.5 0.6 -6.5

Other transportation 109.0 15.2 -4.2 28.8

Royalties and license fees 20.3 19.5 68.7 -12.0

Other private services 9.5 -0.4 17.3 -9.5

Other 4.1 0.8 5.0 -9.2

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 11.2 -13.1 -4.0 17.1

Exports of nondurable goods 4.0 2.4 4.3 7.7

Exports of agricultural goood (2) -5.6 8.1 -1.9 -3.8

Exports of nonagricultural goods 10.2 -10.2 -1.6 15.9

Imports of durable goods 13.7 -5.0 15.0 18.4

Imports of nondurable goods 6.6 4.1 -0.9 11.7

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 11.5 -5.5 11.0 18.7

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002 2003

III IV I II

Exports of goods and services 2.9 -3.1 -2.9 -2.1

Exports of goods (1) 2.2 -9.1 1.5 0.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages -8.6 -12.7 20.7 -1.1

Industrial supplies and materials -3.1 0.2 8.8 -5.4

Durable goods -2.9 -0.8 3.3 6.0

Nondurable goods -3.2 0.8 11.8 -10.7

Capital goods, except automotive 6.1 -13.1 -4.5 2.2

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 24.0 -37.6 -25.6 -16.2

Computers, peripherals, and parts -6.0 12.6 -5.7 0.2

Other 4.3 -10.0 1.5 7.3

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -2.6 -9.1 3.3 10.1

Consumer goods, except automotive 4.6 -2.9 9.5 3.7

Durable goods 5.9 -12.2 0.4 11.6

Nondurable goods 3.2 8.1 19.7 -3.8

Other 13.3 -21.4 -24.0 -18.4

Exports of services (1) 4.6 11.7 -11.9 -6.6

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 162.5 -43.9 -27.2 26.7

Travel 3.1 45.8 -42.5 -31.0

Passenger fares -18.4 7.8 -45.7 -38.4

Other transportation 9.4 -9.9 -21.0 20.7

Royalties and license fees -0.4 14.8 7.4 7.6

Other private services -0.4 14.8 12.8 -1.9

Other -8.9 -8.2 -8.2 -6.3

Imports of goods and services 5.7 9.0 -2.5 3.3

Imports of goods (1) 6.5 8.1 -2.6 6.3

Foods, feeds, and beverages 9.8 -0.5 12.0 6.4

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 9.2 10.6 -13.8 0.3

Durable goods 9.1 13.2 -8.3 -9.3

Nondurable goods 9.4 8.2 -18.6 9.9

Petroleum and products -12.7 64.3 -9.0 7.8

Capital goods, except automotive 1.1 3.8 1.8 10.7

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -34.6 110.8 -38.9 6.5

Computers, peripherals, and parts 2.8 -0.2 11.5 12.4

Other 6.0 -3.8 5.1 10.6

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 10.3 -0.9 -6.7 10.0

Consumer goods, except automotive 15.9 4.5 10.3 -0.8

Durable goods 9.2 -2.0 2.2 1.6

Nondurable goods 23.7 12.0 19.1 -3.2

Other 2.8 -0.6 -25.7 23.0

Imports of services (1) 1.7 14.0 -2.2 -10.2

Direct defense expenditures -11.4 9.9 9.3 34.5

Travel -10.5 16.5 -21.0 -43.0

Passenger fares -13.7 66.3 -30.0 -13.8

Other transportation 0.1 14.0 9.1 -11.3

Royalties and license fees 22.6 -27.9 -8.5 10.5

Other private services 16.7 16.5 15.3 3.5

Other -3.6 0.5 4.6 -0.9

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 3.9 -11.4 -2.8 3.9

Exports of nondurable goods -1.8 -3.5 11.4 -7.9

Exports of agricultural goood (2) -16.0 -11.4 17.8 5.5

Exports of nonagricultural goods 3.9 -8.9 0.2 -0.5

Imports of durable goods 6.1 2.0 -3.1 6.9

Imports of nondurable goods 7.3 19.7 -1.9 5.3

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 8.6 3.6 -1.8 6.1

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2003 2004

III IV I II

Exports of goods and services 11.5 19.1 5.0 6.9

Exports of goods (1) 9.1 17.2 7.5 7.9

Foods, feeds, and beverages 15.0 -11.1 -26.3 -18.5

Industrial supplies and materials 3.6 7.0 13.3 9.5

Durable goods -0.2 10.3 7.7 5.7

Nondurable goods 9.1 5.3 16.4 11.6

Capital goods, except automotive 19.0 32.4 9.7 7.4

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 25.9 38.6 -18.0 -14.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 35.9 18.2 -7.4 1.6

Other 14.5 34.0 20.8 13.7

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -16.8 25.1 5.0 14.8

Consumer goods, except automotive 13.4 11.7 19.4 16.3

Durable goods 19.1 21.6 5.9 27.6

Nondurable goods 7.8 1.9 35.7 5.5

Other 6.5 -2.8 1.3 11.4

Exports of services (1) 17.2 23.7 -0.4 4.8

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 116.6 4.5 39.8 -19.3

Travel 54.2 50.2 -5.3 11.3

Passenger fares 48.4 20.4 2.0 17.6

Other transportation -3.5 32.7 25.0 13.0

Royalties and license fees 7.0 15.4 -0.3 -6.5

Other private services 5.6 18.5 -6.7 5.2

Other -9.1 -4.1 -2.5 2.2

Imports of goods and services 4.1 16.5 12.0 14.5

Imports of goods (1) 0.9 17.7 12.4 14.7

Foods, feeds, and beverages 10.3 9.4 4.6 7.2

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 12.4 5.0 17.0 33.5

Durable goods 1.2 28.7 18.9 40.4

Nondurable goods 23.5 -13.2 15.5 26.7

Petroleum and products -1.3 9.5 35.6 -26.0

Capital goods, except automotive 2.5 26.8 16.3 29.1

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -18.8 62.5 -59.3 77.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 8.7 36.4 21.2 34.3

Other 3.0 19.5 28.6 23.1

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -10.0 28.0 1.9 11.4

Consumer goods, except automotive 6.8 16.9 11.1 21.7

Durable goods 19.1 25.2 12.4 22.2

Nondurable goods -4.7 8.6 9.7 21.1

Other -21.3 12.5 -0.6 1.1

Imports of services (1) 21.4 10.7 10.0 13.7

Direct defense expenditures 20.1 21.8 -6.6 16.5

Travel 61.6 4.7 -1.0 27.4

Passenger fares 66.9 12.4 18.0 10.0

Other transportation -9.9 5.6 44.5 2.6

Royalties and license fees 25.3 2.6 25.9 21.9

Other private services 10.5 17.1 2.7 9.5

Other 2.2 0.6 6.0 12.6

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 8.7 26.1 8.0 10.2

Exports of nondurable goods 10.1 -0.2 6.7 3.0

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 23.4 -22.6 -20.2 -12.2

Exports of nonagricultural goods 7.9 21.8 10.4 9.7

Imports of durable goods 0.7 26.1 10.6 22.8

Imports of nondurable goods 1.2 4.8 15.7 2.5

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1.2 18.7 9.9 21.3

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004 2005

III IV I II

Exports of goods and services 5.5 7.1 7.5 12.6

Exports of goods (1) 8.2 3.7 5.3 14.5

Foods, feeds, and beverages 34.6 27.6 -8.8 33.4

Industrial supplies and materials -1.1 1.6 0.2 16.5

Durable goods -3.0 8.6 -1.3 19.1

Nondurable goods -0.1 -1.9 1.0 15.2

Capital goods, except automotive 9.0 -0.4 4.9 20.5

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 36.6 -14.3 18.5 85.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 21.7 11.5 12.6 27.9

Other 1.9 0.7 0.9 7.6

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 24.1 4.8 3.3 -4.3

Consumer goods, except automotive 4.6 17.7 16.6 1.7

Durable goods 15.4 13.5 20.5 4.9

Nondurable goods -6.2 22.7 12.3 -1.9

Other -7.3 -17.5 38.4 13.4

Exports of services (1) -0.6 15.5 12.5 8.3

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts -18.9 -9.1 162.6 1.0

Travel -2.0 7.8 18.7 23.5

Passenger fares 11.5 -22.7 11.6 21.6

Other transportation -10.7 11.4 11.6 -0.1

Royalties and license fees 10.3 50.7 10.6 5.1

Other private services 0.1 19.4 4.0 4.6

Other -6.0 1.1 -12.4 -1.7

Imports of goods and services 4.7 11.3 7.4 -2.0

Imports of goods (1) 4.7 13.0 8.2 -3.7

Foods, feeds, and beverages -3.0 4.4 5.2 -1.8

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 19.0 8.7 2.8 -7.5

Durable goods 20.3 23.5 -2.1 -2.5

Nondurable goods 17.6 -6.3 8.8 -12.9

Petroleum and products -0.5 45.1 3.4 -26.8

Capital goods, except automotive 12.6 8.5 4.2 18.5

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -12.6 70.9 -30.0 40.1

Computers, peripherals, and parts 25.3 6.5 11.3 7.6

Other 11.0 3.0 6.2 20.6

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 0.6 1.8 0.0 -1.6

Consumer goods, except automotive -5.3 18.5 19.1 -2.2

Durable goods -0.7 25.2 23.7 -7.8

Nondurable goods -10.2 11.2 13.8 4.7

Other 12.0 -3.9 32.5 -22.1

Imports of services (1) 4.6 3.1 3.7 7.1

Direct defense expenditures -12.4 -23.3 -3.0 5.0

Travel -3.9 -18.0 3.6 20.6

Passenger fares 2.3 4.1 1.3 10.2

Other transportation 6.2 15.8 14.1 -17.1

Royalties and license fees 71.6 -25.3 12.6 19.9

Other private services 2.6 35.3 -1.0 12.0

Other 5.7 -10.7 0.0 2.4

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 9.7 2.1 6.3 14.2

Exports of nondurable goods 5.0 7.1 3.2 15.2

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 25.8 21.6 -6.8 28.6

Exports of nonagricultural goods 6.8 2.3 6.3 13.4

Imports of durable goods 7.5 11.5 7.4 2.7

Imports of nondurable goods 0.1 15.7 9.5 -13.0

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 5.4 9.0 8.9 0.5

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) Includes parts of foods, feeds, and beverages, of nondurable

industrial supplies and materials, and of nondurable nonautomotive

consumer goods.

Table 4.2.2. Contributions to Percent Change in Real Exports and in

Real Imports of Goods and Services by Type of Product

Line 2001 2002 2003

Percent change at annual rate:

Exports of goods and services 1 -5.4 -2.3 1.8

Percentage points at annual rates:

Exports of goods (1) 2 -4.38 -2.81 1.25

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 0.13 -0.10 0.09

Industrial supplies and materials 4 -0.58 0.05 0.40

Durable goods 5 -0.50 -0.36 0.14

Nondurable goods 6 -0.09 0.41 0.26

Capital goods, except automotive 7 -3.20 -2.69 0.63

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 8 0.17 -0.35 -0.55

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 9 -0.57 -0.61 -0.23

Other 10 -2.80 -1.74 0.96

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 11 -0.47 0.30 0.12

Consumer goods, except automotive 12 -0.07 -0.34 0.50

Durable goods, 13 -0.03 -0.23 0.19

Nondurable goods 14 -0.03 -0.12 0.31

Other 15 -0.18 -0.02 -0.49

Exports of services (1) 16 -1.06 0.55 0.52

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts 17 -0.07 -0.05 0.15

Travel 18 -0.99 -0.46 0.74

Passenger fares 19 -0.27 -0.13 0.14

Other transportation 20 -0.10 0.06 0.42

Royalities and license fees 21 -0.31 0.31 0.31

Other private services 22 0.63 0.89 0.54

Other 23 0.05 -0.08 -0.11

Percent change at annual rate:

Imports of goods and services 24 -2.7 3.4 4.6

Percentage points at annual rates:

Imports of goods (1) 25 -2.66 3.04 4.06

Foods, feeds, and beverages 26 0.14 0.18 0.27

Industrial supplies and

materials, except petroleum and

products 27 -0.43 0.33 0.19

Durable goods 28 -0.37 0.29 0.07

Nondurable goods 29 -0.06 0.03 0.12

Petroleum and products. 30 0.28 -0.19 0.51

Capital goods, except automotive 31 -2.67 -0.34 1.15

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 32 0.27 -0.35 0.00

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 33 -0.51 0.45 0.45

Other 34 -2.43 0.52 0.81

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 35 -0.41 0.42 0.36

Consumer goods, except automotive 36 0.33 0.96 1.84

Durable goods 37 -0.08 1.91 0.81

Nondurable goods 38 0.41 0.72 1.03

Other 39 0.10 0.20 -0.27

Imports of services (1) 40 -0.05 0.36 0.52

Direct defense expenditures 41 0.09 0.26 0.19

Travel 42 -0.21 -0.23 -0.37

Passenger fares 43 -0.26 -0.26 0.04

Other transportation 44 -0.15 0.07 0.09

Royalties and license fees 45 -0.02 0.18 -0.02

Other private services 46 0.48 0.35 0.60

Other 47 0.02 0.00 0.00

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Percent change at annual rate:

Exports of goods and services 8.4 -10.8 5.2 10.6

Percentage points at annual rates:

Exports of goods (1) 6.15 -6.14 -1.19 9.71

Foods, feeds, and beverages -0.35 0.30 0.05 -0.06

Industrial supplies and materials 1.06 -0.17 -0.19 2.34

Durable goods 0.26 -0.41 -0.17 1.22

Nondurable goods 0.80 0.24 -0.98 1.12

Capital goods, except automotive 3.57 -4.74 -1.43 3.97

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 0.13 -1.12 0.36 0.34

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 0.33 -0.99 -0.97 0.57

Other 3.12 -2.63 -0.81 3.06

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 0.75 -0.59 -0.04 2.54

Consumer goods, except automotive 1.15 -0.49 -0.31 0.80

Durable goods, 0.71 -0.68 0.25 0.31

Nondurable goods 0.44 0.19 -0.55 0.49

Other -0.03 -0.46 -0.72 0.11

Exports of services (1) 2.26 -4.64 6.37 0.84

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts 0.15 -0.51 -0.25 -0.15

Travel 0.74 -4.64 3.35 -0.24

Passenger fares 0.14 -1.65 1.35 -0.06

Other transportation 0.42 -0.32 0.67 -0.13

Royalities and license fees 0.31 0.90 -0.15 1.31

Other private services 0.54 1.61 1.52 0.28

Other -0.04 -0.02 -0.13 -0.17

Percent change at annual rate:

Imports of goods and services 10.7 -3.4 11.7 12.5

Percentage points at annual rates:

Imports of goods (1) 9.10 -1.58 7.77 13.04

Foods, feeds, and beverages 0.21 -0.31 0.07 0.35

Industrial supplies and

materials, except petroleum and

products 1.82 -0.31 0.44 1.05

Durable goods 1.19 -0.08 1.11 0.03

Nondurable goods 0.63 -0.22 -0.67 1.02

Petroleum and products. 0.62 2.68 -0.64 -0.73

Capital goods, except automotive 3.22 -1.30 2.38 2.65

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -0.04 0.46 -1.21 -1.12

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 1.11 0.41 2.33 0.29

Other 2.15 2.17 1.26 3.48

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 0.91 -1.28 1.80 2.97

Consumer goods, except automotive 2.32 -1.18 3.52 5.90

Durable goods 1.68 -0.16 2.57 3.62

Nondurable goods 0.64 -1.01 0.95 2.28

Other 0.01 0.11 0.21 0.85

Imports of services (1) 1.63 -1.85 3.94 -0.53

Direct defense expenditures 0.10 0.79 0.24 -0.14

Travel 0.22 -1.91 2.09 -0.48

Passenger fares 0.20 -1.32 0.01 -0.09

Other transportation 0.32 0.38 -0.11 0.69

Royalties and license fees 0.25 0.22 0.76 -0.18

Other private services 0.52 -0.02 0.93 -0.55

Other 0.02 0.00 0.03 -0.05

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002 2003

III IV I II

Percent change at annual rate:

Exports of goods and services 2.9 -3.1 -2.9 -2.1

Percentage points at annual rates:

Exports of goods (1) 1.49 -6.54 0.95 -0.05

Foods, feeds, and beverages -0.44 -0.66 0.95 -0.09

Industrial supplies and materials -0.5 0.01 1.32 -0.91

Durable goods -0.16 -0.05 0.16 0.32

Nondurable goods -0.34 0.06 1.16 -1.23

Capital goods, except automotive 1.74 -3.96 -1.29 0.62

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 1.12 -2.32 -1.34 -0.76

Computers, peripherals, and

parts -0.23 0.46 -0.22 0.01

Other 0.85 -2.08 0.26 1.38

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -0.21 -0.73 0.25 0.76

Consumer goods, except automotive 0.39 -0.24 0.76 0.31

Durable goods, 0.26 0.56 0.01 0.47

Nondurable goods 0.13 0.31 0.75 -0.17

Other 0.52 -0.96 -1.04 -0.73

Exports of services (1) 1.39 3.43 -3.86 -2.01

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts 1.13 -0.68 -0.34 0.25

Travel 0.20 2.54 -3.63 -2.16

Passenger fares -0.34 0.13 -0.96 -0.69

Other transportation 0.17 0.30 -0.70 0.57

Royalities and license fees 0.41 -0.46 0.32 0.34

Other private services -0.05 1.72 1.56 -0.25

Other -0.13 -0.12 -0.11 -0.09

Percent change at annual rate:

Imports of goods and services 5.7 9.0 -2.5 3.3

Percentage points at annual rates:

Imports of goods (1) 5.40 6.75 -2.20 5.13

Foods, feeds, and beverages 0.34 -0.01 0.40 0.23

Industrial supplies and

materials, except petroleum and

products 0.98 1.17 -1.68 0.03

Durable goods 0.48 0.72 -0.48 -0.53

Nondurable goods 0.49 0.45 -1.20 0.55

Petroleum and products. -1.00 4.01 -0.82 0.66

Capital goods, except automotive 0.20 0.75 0.34 1.96

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -0.70 1.26 -0.81 0.10

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 0.14 -0.01 0.53 0.58

Other 0.76 -0.49 0.61 1.28

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 1.45 -0.13 -0.94 1.32

Consumer goods, except automotive 3.27 1.00 2.11 -0.18

Durable goods 1.03 -0.23 0.23 0.17

Nondurable goods 2.24 1.23 1.87 -0.35

Other 0.17 -0.04 -1.60 1.12

Imports of services (1) 0.27 2.29 -0.34 -1.79

Direct defense expenditures -0.16 0.14 0.16 0.48

Travel -0.45 0.64 -0.92 -2.03

Passenger fares -2.00 0.73 -0.49 -0.19

Other transportation 0.00 0.36 0.22 -0.36

Royalties and license fees 0.28 -0.42 -0.11 0.12

Other private services 0.83 0.85 0.77 0.19

Other -0.02 0.00 0.02 -0.01

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2003 2004

III IV II II

Percent change at annual rate:

Exports of goods and services 11.5 19.1 5.0 6.9

Percentage points at annual rates:

Exports of goods (1) 6.39 11.93 5.16 5.45

Foods, feeds, and beverages 0.72 0.67 -1.67 -1.04

Industrial supplies and materials 0.60 1.17 2.11 1.60

Durable goods -0.35 0.59 0.44 0.34

Nondurable goods 0.95 0.59 1.67 1.26

Capital goods, except automotive 5.09 8.66 2.75 2.10

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 1.06 1.62 -0.89 -0.68

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 1.23 0.71 -0.29 0.06

Other 2.81 6.34 3.93 2.72

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -1.40 1.82 0.37 1.06

Consumer goods, except automotive 1.14 1.03 1.56 1.36

Durable goods, 0.81 0.95 0.26 1.12

Nondurable goods 0.33 0.08 1.30 0.23

Other 0.23 -0.09 0.05 0.37

Exports of services (1) 5.14 7.21 -0.12 1.46

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts 0.97 0.06 0.43 -0.27

Travel 2.71 2.83 -0.35 -0.70

Passenger fares 0.61 0.32 0.36 0.27

Other transportation -0.11 0.93 0.69 0.39

Royalities and license fees 0.33 0.72 -0.01 -0.29

Other private services 0.75 2.40 -0.87 0.64

Other -0.12 -0.05 -0.03 0.03

Percent change at annual rate:

Imports of goods and services 4.1 16.5 12.0 14.5

Percentage points at annual rates:

Imports of goods (1) 0.76 14.60 10.30 12.21

Foods, feeds, and beverages 0.36 0.35 0.17 0.27

Industrial supplies and

materials, except petroleum and

products 1.32 0.64 1.90 3.57

Durable goods 0.06 1.48 1.04 2.17

Nondurable goods 1.26 -0.84 0.86 1.40

Petroleum and products. -0.11 0.78 2.86 -2.80

Capital goods, except automotive 0.47 4.93 3.08 5.26

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -0.32 0.82 -1.27 0.81

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 0.42 1.66 0.99 1.57

Other 0.38 2.46 3.36 2.88

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts -1.43 3.60 0.26 1.50

Consumer goods, except automotive 1.42 3.65 2.36 4.44

Durable goods 1.93 2.73 1.38 2.38

Nondurable goods -0.51 0.92 0.98 2.06

Other -1.28 0.65 -0.33 0.05

Imports of services (1) 3.35 1.89 1.69 2.31

Direct defense expenditures 0.31 0.36 -0.15 0.26

Travel 1.77 0.19 -0.04 0.97

Passenger fares 0.71 0.18 0.24 0.14

Other transportation -0.31 0.17 1.15 0.08

Royalties and license fees 0.29 0.04 0.31 0.27

Other private services 0.57 0.96 0.15 0.52

Other 0.01 0.00 0.03 0.07

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004 2005

III IV I II

Percent change at annual rate:

Exports of goods and services 5.5 7.1 7.5 12.6

Percentage points at annual rates:

Exports of goods (1) 5.64 2.59 3.70 9.94

Foods, feeds, and beverages 1.44 1.17 -0.42 1.43

Industrial supplies and materials -0.17 0.28 0.04 2.84

Durable goods -0.17 0.49 -0.08 1.10

Nondurable goods 0.00 -0.21 0.12 1.74

Capital goods, except automotive 2.52 -0.12 1.35 5.40

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 1.36 -0.67 0.74 3.00

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 0.73 0.40 0.44 0.92

Other 0.43 0.16 0.17 1.49

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 1.70 0.37 0.26 -0.32

Consumer goods, except automotive 0.40 1.48 1.42 0.16

Durable goods, 0.67 0.61 0.91 0.24

Nondurable goods -0.27 0.87 0.51 -0.08

Other -0.25 -0.60 1.06 0.44

Exports of services (1) -0.19 4.52 3.76 2.62

Transfers under U.S. military

agency sales contracts -0.25 -0.11 1.24 0.01

Travel -0.13 0.49 1.13 1.46

Passenger fares 0.18 -0.41 0.18 0.34

Other transportation -0.36 0.35 0.36 0.00

Royalities and license fees 0.43 1.93 0.50 0.25

Other private services 0.02 2.26 0.51 0.59

Other -0.07 0.01 -0.15 -0.02

Percent change at annual rate:

Imports of goods and services 4.7 11.3 7.4 -2.0

Percentage points at annual rates:

Imports of goods (1) 3.91 10.79 6.81 -3.15

Foods, feeds, and beverages -0.10 0.15 0.18 -0.06

Industrial supplies and

materials, except petroleum and

products 2.24 1.17 0.37 -0.99

Durable goods 1.26 1.55 -0.14 -0.17

Nondurable goods 0.98 -0.38 0.52 -0.82

Petroleum and products. -0.05 4.12 0.38 -3.50

Capital goods, except automotive 2.33 1.65 0.80 3.20

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts -0.18 0.78 -0.49 0.46

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 1.14 0.47 0.52 0.34

Other 1.38 0.40 0.78 2.40

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 0.08 0.23 -0.01 -0.19

Consumer goods, except automotive -1.13 3.64 3.73 -0.46

Durable goods -0.08 2.58 2.46 -0.90

Nondurable goods -1.05 1.06 1.27 0.44

Other 0.54 -0.18 1.34 -1.14

Imports of services (1) 0.76 0.54 0.63 1.14

Direct defense expenditures -0.23 -0.43 -0.05 0.08

Travel -0.15 0.71 0.13 0.66

Passenger fares 0.03 0.05 0.02 0.13

Other transportation 0.18 0.45 0.42 -0.57

Royalties and license fees 0.75 -0.40 0.16 0.24

Other private services 0.14 1.64 -0.05 0.60

Other 0.03 -0.06 0.00 0.01

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

Table 4.2.3. Real Exports and Imports of Goods and Services by Type of

Product, Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Exports of goods and services 1 94.565 92.430

Exports of goods (1) 2 93.871 90.143

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 102.864 100.775

Industrial supplies and materials 4 96.102 96.400

Durable goods 5 91.361 85.434

Nondurable goods 6 99.062 103.338

Capital goods, except automotive 7 90.177 82.356

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 8 103.722 96.749

Computers, peripherals, and parts 9 88.584 76.550

Other 10 87.873 80.739

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 11 93.556 97.414

Consumer goods, except automotive 12 99.186 95.209

Durable goods 13 99.187 94.207

Nondurable goods 14 99.185 96.318

Other 15 95.527 94.951

Exports of services (1) 16 96.302 98.104

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 17 93.566 89.676

Travel 18 86.931 81.199

Passenger fares 19 85.943 79.538

Other transportation 20 96.461 98.691

Royalties and license fees 21 92.233 99.372

Other private services 22 106.316 114.722

Other 23 103.568 97.954

Imports of goods and services 24 97.291 100.601

Imports of goods 25 96.833 100.377

Foods, feeds, and beverages 26 104.607 110.134

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 27 96.369 99.120

Durable goods 28 93.796 98.696

Nondurable goods 29 98.997 99.549

Petroleum and products 30 103.714 101.079

Capital goods, except automotive 31 88.598 87.158

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 32 114.588 91.848

Computers, peripherals, and parts 33 91.267 100.647

Other 34 84.554 81.980

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 35 96.960 103.781

Consumer goods, except automotive 36 101.705 111.247

Durable goods 37 99.221 110.535

Nondurable goods 38 104.497 112.070

Other 39 101.767 105.376

Imports of services (1) 40 99.706 101.824

Direct defense expenditures 41 109.246 134.821

Travel 42 95.265 90.218

Passenger fares 43 85.293 71.846

Other transportation 44 94.816 97.228

Royalties and license fees 45 98.426 113.436

Other private services 46 110.854 118.347

Other 47 103.556 103.080

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 48 91.730 86.294

Exports of nondurable goods 49 99.586 100.459

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 50 103.225 100.601

Exports of nonagricultural goods 51 93.190 89.380

Imports of durable goods 52 93.755 97.608

Imports of nondurable goods 53 102.902 105.825

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 54 96.155 100.268

Seaso-

nally

ad-

justed

2003 2004 2001

IV

Exports of goods and services 94.064 101.970 89.422

Exports of goods (1) 91.763 99.899 88.568

Foods, feeds, and beverages 102.559 95.952 102.714

Industrial supplies and materials 98.855 105.131 94.343

Durable goods 87.628 91.582 86.925

Nondurable goods 105.957 113.707 98.985

Capital goods, except automotive 84.190 95.089 81.443

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 86.250 88.666 94.085

Computers, peripherals, and parts 81.186 88.325 79.171

Other 84.668 98.291 79.458

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 98.864 108.557 92.917

Consumer goods, except automotive 100.901 114.592 94.126

Durable goods 98.385 114.430 91.874

Nondurable goods 103.689 114.794 96.619

Other 83.507 82.849 90.344

Exports of services (1) 99.776 107.119 91.559

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 96.170 109.063 89.543

Travel 76.890 86.103 69.762

Passenger fares 65.481 71.336 66.354

Other transportation 100.089 114.095 92.528

Royalties and license fees 105.397 112.513 94.372

Other private services 123.145 128.277 110.000

Other 90.138 87.180 103.802

Imports of goods and services 105.205 116.495 94.518

Imports of goods 105.288 116.830 94.262

Foods, feeds, and beverages 118.679 125.489 106.537

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 100.787 116.581 94.815

Durable goods 99.877 120.506 92.234

Nondurable goods 101.695 112.674 97.488

Petroleum and products 107.621 114.653 104.264

Capital goods, except automotive 92.361 108.366 82.517

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 86.414 84.021 117.557

Computers, peripherals, and parts 109.729 135.864 89.438

Other 87.240 102.418 75.858

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 106.477 113.697 95.908

Consumer goods, except automotive 120.896 134.127 99.605

Durable goods 118.629 137.064 97.765

Nondurable goods 123.431 131.025 101.679

Other 100.517 100.675 101.601

Imports of services (1) 104.921 114.991 95.921

Direct defense expenditures 152.726 161.458 126.921

Travel 82.234 87.121 82.086

Passenger fares 73.884 84.924 71.599

Other transportation 100.173 111.057 92.882

Royalties and license fees 111.481 134.141 101.382

Other private services 131.605 144.069 112.516

Other 103.350 107.566 104.130

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 87.796 97.626 84.868

Exports of nondurable goods 102.390 106.440 98.490

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 102.028 96.291 104.805

Exports of nonagricultural goods 91.016 100.336 87.380

Imports of durable goods 101.779 115.721 90.510

Imports of nondurable goods 112.155 119.544 101.782

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 105.008 117.121 93.395

Seasonally adjusted

2002

I II III

Exports of goods and services 90.557 92.858 93.520

Exports of goods (1) 88.206 91.181 91.670

Foods, feeds, and beverages 102.985 102.671 100.392

Industrial supplies and materials 94.100 97.657 96.893

Durable goods 82.333 86.951 86.316

Nondurable goods 101.591 104.423 103.568

Capital goods, except automotive 80.478 83.121 84.363

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 95.756 97.309 102.682

Computers, peripherals, and parts 74.619 77.215 76.036

Other 78.680 81.560 82.429

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 92.805 100.172 99.506

Consumer goods, except automotive 93.266 95.372 96.454

Durable goods 93.120 94.681 96.048

Nondurable goods 93.422 96.138 96.905

Other 94.406 95.036 98.041

Exports of services (1) 96.393 97.034 98.120

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 84.380 81.294 103.472

Travel 79.494 78.752 79.351

Passenger fares 81.702 80.992 76.995

Other transportation 98.157 97.067 98.484

Royalties and license fees 93.548 100.663 102.960

Other private services 113.303 113.929 113.824

Other 101.709 98.906 96.624

Imports of goods and services 97.172 100.078 101.467

Imports of goods 96.360 99.998 101.580

Foods, feeds, and beverages 106.967 109.512 112.096

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 95.716 97.956 100.126

Durable goods 96.756 96.888 99.014

Nondurable goods 94.508 99.055 101.308

Petroleum and products 101.615 98.897 95.589

Capital goods, except automotive 84.827 87.504 87.736

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 102.827 88.702 79.761

Computers, peripherals, and parts 99.348 100.639 101.325

Other 77.663 82.880 84.097

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 98.813 103.795 106.380

Consumer goods, except automotive 103.608 110.602 114.750

Durable goods 103.312 111.478 113.967

Nondurable goods 103.974 109.670 115.655

Other 102.397 105.935 106.669

Imports of services (1) 101.358 100.577 100.995

Direct defense expenditures 133.189 137.023 132.956

Travel 92.554 89.939 87.485

Passenger fares 71.706 70.514 67.971

Other transportation 91.888 97.896 97.931

Royalties and license fees 115.549 111.911 117.766

Other private services 117.093 114.222 118.720

Other 105.411 102.899 101.947

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 84.001 87.375 88.216

Exports of nondurable goods 99.527 101.384 100.916

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 104.307 103.290 98.874

Exports of nonagricultural goods 87.024 90.290 91.149

Imports of durable goods 93.723 97.766 99.225

Imports of nondurable goods 101.552 104.390 106.235

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 95.858 100.051 102.133

Seasonally adjusted

2002 2003

IV I II

Exports of goods and services 92.784 92.103 91.624

Exports of goods (1) 89.517 89.842 89.843

Foods, feeds, and beverages 97.050 101.733 101.450

Industrial supplies and materials 96.949 99.022 97.661

Durable goods 86.138 86.844 88.109

Nondurable goods 103.769 106.707 103.719

Capital goods, except automotive 81.461 80.521 80.969

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 91.249 84.760 81.101

Computers, peripherals, and parts 78.331 77.189 77.225

Other 80.286 80.580 82.008

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 97.171 97.959 100.336

Consumer goods, except automotive 95.742 97.941 98.826

Durable goods 92.979 93.067 95.651

Nondurable goods 98.807 103.342 102.344

Other 92.321 86.207 81.936

Exports of services (1) 100.870 97.714 96.058

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 89.560 82.740 87.777

Travel 87.198 75.921 69.188

Passenger fares 78.463 67.363 59.688

Other transportation 101.056 95.271 99.866

Royalties and license fees 100.318 102.127 104.025

Other private services 117.831 121.427 120.851

Other 94.575 92.572 91.070

Imports of goods and services 103.688 103.023 103.872

Imports of goods 103.572 102.892 104.476

Foods, feeds, and beverages 111.960 115.189 117.003

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 102.683 98.951 99.026

Durable goods 102.124 99.938 97.542

Nondurable goods 103.324 98.146 100.482

Petroleum and products 108.216 105.689 107.680

Capital goods, except automotive 88.568 88.962 91.254

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 96.103 84.952 86.291

Computers, peripherals, and parts 101.275 104.069 107.160

Other 83.280 84.320 86.468

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 106.137 104.316 106.835

Consumer goods, except automotive 116.028 118.900 118.653

Durable goods 113.382 114.014 114.466

Nondurable goods 118.981 124.300 123.284

Other 106.503 98.874 104.126

Imports of services (1) 104.367 103.800 101.044

Direct defense expenditures 136.119 139.192 149.909

Travel 90.892 85.682 74.437

Passenger fares 77.192 70.595 68.022

Other transportation 101.198 103.425 100.363

Royalties and license fees 108.520 106.134 108.811

Other private services 123.352 127.808 128.916

Other 102.063 103.212 102.971

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 85.585 84.976 85.791

Exports of nondurable goods 100.010 102.738 100.651

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 95.934 99.937 101.283

Exports of nonagricultural goods 89.057 89.102 88.994

Imports of durable goods 99.719 98.929 100.596

Imports of nondurable goods 111.121 110.594 112.021

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 103.031 102.561 104.100

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

III IV I

Exports of goods and services 94.159 98.373 99.591

Exports of goods (1) 91.830 95.538 97.292

Foods, feeds, and beverages 105.055 101.998 94.495

Industrial supplies and materials 98.532 100.205 103.387

Durable goods 86.707 88.851 90.505

Nondurable goods 106.013 107.390 111.537

Capital goods, except automotive 84.560 90.709 92.840

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 85.916 93.223 88.710

Computers, peripherals, and parts 83.383 86.948 85.297

Other 84.827 91.260 95.670

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 95.826 101.334 102.572

Consumer goods, except automotive 101.991 104.846 109.591

Durable goods 99.913 104.912 106.424

Nondurable goods 104.294 104.777 113.080

Other 83.234 82.652 82.928

Exports of services (1) 99.938 105.396 105.303

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 106.490 107.672 117.083

Travel 77.100 85.351 84.205

Passenger fares 65.875 68.999 69.338

Other transportation 98.980 106.239 112.339

Royalties and license fees 105.792 109.644 109.571

Other private services 122.497 127.805 125.618

Other 88.918 87.989 87.437

Imports of goods and services 104.923 109.003 112.134

Imports of goods 104.711 109.073 112.311

Foods, feeds, and beverages 119.906 122.616 123.994

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 101.954 103.217 107.355

Durable goods 97.831 104.197 108.801

Nondurable goods 105.923 102.230 105.979

Petroleum and products 107.324 109.792 118.488

Capital goods, except automotive 91.810 97.416 101.160

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 81.920 92.492 73.897

Computers, peripherals, and parts 109.430 118.255 124.067

Other 87.102 91.070 96.990

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 104.066 110.690 111.202

Consumer goods, except automotive 120.610 125.419 128.752

Durable goods 119.569 126.467 130.203

Nondurable goods 121.802 124.338 127.245

Other 98.066 101.001 99.294

Imports of services (1) 106.053 108.787 111.401

Direct defense expenditures 156.934 164.870 162.089

Travel 83.927 84.891 84.676

Passenger fares 77.310 79.608 82.965

Other transportation 97.787 99.118 108.672

Royalties and license fees 115.116 115.863 122.730

Other private services 132.182 137.514 138.426

Other 103.533 103.686 105.210

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 87.599 92.819 94.622

Exports of nondurable goods 103.108 103.062 104.742

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 106.753 100.141 94.639

Exports of nonagricultural goods 90.695 95.273 97.649

Imports of durable goods 100.782 106.608 109.531

Imports of nondurable goods 112.344 113.660 117.889

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 104.400 108.970 111.568

Seasonally adjusted

2004

II III IV

Exports of goods and services 101.269 102.622 104.398

Exports of goods (1) 99.153 101.120 102.031

Foods, feeds, and beverages 89.797 96.722 102.796

Industrial supplies and materials 105.771 105.478 105.889

Durable goods 91.778 91.075 92.971

Nondurable goods 114.629 114.601 114.062

Capital goods, except automotive 94.505 96.559 96.453

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 85.209 92.121 88.626

Computers, peripherals, and parts 85.634 89.940 92.429

Other 98.789 99.265 99.441

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 106.182 112.078 113.396

Consumer goods, except automotive 113.813 115.088 119.876

Durable goods 113.102 117.216 120.976

Nondurable goods 114.612 112.788 118.699

Other 85.189 83.600 79.678

Exports of services (1) 106.532 106.368 110.275

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 110.983 105.329 102.854

Travel 86.486 86.040 87.680

Passenger fares 72.210 74.210 69.585

Other transportation 115.814 112.573 115.652

Royalties and license fees 107.740 110.415 122.327

Other private services 127.216 127.256 133.020

Other 87.920 86.564 86.799

Imports of goods and services 115.999 117.328 120.518

Imports of goods 116.225 117.563 121.221

Foods, feeds, and beverages 126.179 125.218 126.566

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 115.397 120.515 123.056

Durable goods 118.436 124.030 130.756

Nondurable goods 112.429 117.086 115.204

Petroleum and products 109.897 109.765 120.461

Capital goods, except automotive 107.834 111.085 113.386

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 85.339 82.511 94.338

Computers, peripherals, and parts 133.551 141.290 144.547

Other 102.170 104.870 105.640

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 114.240 114.421 114.924

Consumer goods, except automotive 135.218 133.380 139.158

Durable goods 136.889 136.632 144.531

Nondurable goods 133.480 129.939 133.436

Other 99.559 102.424 101.422

Imports of services (1) 115.027 116.317 117.217

Direct defense expenditures 168.387 162.911 152.445

Travel 89.959 89.074 84.775

Passenger fares 84.975 85.450 86.307

Other transportation 109.364 111.026 115.167

Royalties and license fees 128.969 147.614 137.251

Other private services 141.606 142.520 153.722

Other 108.376 109.878 106.798

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 96.944 99.208 99.728

Exports of nondurable goods 105.529 106.818 108.669

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 91.618 97.020 101.886

Exports of nonagricultural goods 99.941 101.588 102.165

Imports of durable goods 115.298 117.412 120.641

Imports of nondurable goods 118.606 118.640 123.039

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 117.083 118.624 121.209

Seasonally adjusted

2005

I II

Exports of goods and services 106.295 109.487

Exports of goods (1) 103.356 106.915

Foods, feeds, and beverages 100.453 107.956

Industrial supplies and materials 105.947 110.071

Durable goods 92.667 96.814

Nondurable goods 114.350 118.460

Capital goods, except automotive 97.609 102.265

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 92.467 107.965

Computers, peripherals, and parts 95.218 101.251

Other 99.653 101.487

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 114.318 113.055

Consumer goods, except automotive 124.571 125.087

Durable goods 126.759 128.290

Nondurable goods 122.205 121.615

Other 86.428 89.197

Exports of services (1) 113.578 115.875

Transfers under U.S. military agency

sales contracts 130.929 131.259

Travel 91.515 96.478

Passenger fares 71.528 75.105

Other transportation 118.848 118.817

Royalties and license fees 125.453 127.022

Other private services 134.329 135.847

Other 83.962 83.598

Imports of goods and services 122.698 122.078

Imports of goods 123.629 122.462

Foods, feeds, and beverages 128.193 127.603

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 123.906 121.524

Durable goods 130.077 129.263

Nondurable goods 117.655 113.647

Petroleum and products 121.468 112.357

Capital goods, except automotive 114.567 119.545

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 86.296 93.886

Computers, peripherals, and parts 148.456 151.214

Other 107.251 112.400

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 114.910 114.437

Consumer goods, except automotive 145.361 144.550

Durable goods 152.426 149.360

Nondurable goods 137.826 139.421

Other 108.824 102.236

Imports of services (1) 118.292 120.347

Direct defense expenditures 151.297 153.168

Travel 85.527 89.619

Passenger fares 86.591 88.717

Other transportation 119.024 113.559

Royalties and license fees 141.389 147.960

Other private services 153.352 157.762

Other 106.785 107.415

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 101.255 104.672

Exports of nondurable goods 109.534 113.466

Exports of agricultural goood (2) 100.098 106.597

Exports of nonagricultural goods 103.741 107.065

Imports of durable goods 122.806 123.629

Imports of nondurable goods 125.860 121.549

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 123.831 123.980

(1.) Export and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1996, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) Includes parts of foods, fesm, and bevarges, of nondurable

industrial supplies and materials, and of nondurable nonautomotive

consimer goods.

Table 4.2.4. Price Indexes for Exports and Imports of Goods and

Services by Type of Product

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Exports of goods and services 1 99.624 99.273

Exports of goods (1) 2 99.315 98.661

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 100.335 102.847

Industrial supplies and materials 4 96.987 95.547

Durable goods 5 98.210 98.437

Nondurable goods 6 96.259 93.918

Capital goods, except automotive 7 99.935 98.785

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 8 105.489 108.377

Computers, peripherals, and parts 9 96.656 90.675

Other 10 99.510 98.482

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 11 100.343 100.850

Consumer goods, except automotive 12 99.640 99.133

Durable goods 13 100.097 99.828

Nondurable goods 14 99.140 98.375

Other 15 99.610 99.515

Exports of services (1) 16 100.393 100.762

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 17 98.111 98.099

Travel 18 100.366 99.547

Passenger fares 19 100.826 103.598

Other transportation 20 98.934 99.259

Royalties and license fees 21 102.059 103.557

Other private services 22 100.081 99.935

Other 23 102.656 107.572

Imports of goods and services 24 97.497 96.341

Imports of goods (1) 25 96.998 95.288

Foods, feeds, and beverages 26 96.971 98.120

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 27 98.958 92.473

Durable goods 28 96.440 92.681

Nondurable goods 29 101.528 92.272

Petroleum and products 30 83.103 85.190

Capital goods, except automotive 31 96.923 93.672

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 32 103.757 105.087

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 33 90.329 83.184

Other 34 98.674 96.530

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 35 99.926 100.226

Consumer goods, except automotive 36 99.187 98.166

Durable goods 37 98.809 97.187

Nondurable goods 38 99.602 99.240

Other 39 99.583 98.647

Imports of services (1) 40 100.128 101.878

Direct defense expenditures 41 100.793 105.159

Travel 42 97.662 100.582

Passenger fares 43 109.317 114.502

Other transportation 44 98.485 95.361

Royalties and license fees 45 102.025 103.497

Other private services 46 99.889 101.981

Other 47 99.029 100.085

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 48 99.802 99.177

Exports of nondurable goods 49 98.080 97.360

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 50 100.707 102.622

Exports of nonagricultural goods 51 99.210 98.348

Imports of durable goods 52 98.088 96.121

Imports of nondurable goods 53 94.981 93.730

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 54 98.543 96.409

Seaso-

nally

ad-

justed

2003 2004 2001

IV

Exports of goods and services 101.398 104.999 98.623

Exports of goods (1) 100.635 104.407 98.172

Foods, feeds, and beverages 112.077 123.155 99.574

Industrial supplies and materials 102.153 113.898 93.316

Durable goods 102.798 116.359 97.044

Nondurable goods 101.661 112.465 91.197

Capital goods, except automotive 97.692 97.646 99.367

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 112.645 117.202 106.752

Computers, peripherals, and parts 88.541 87.257 94.267

Other 96.481 95.847 98.926

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 101.565 102.363 100.353

Consumer goods, except automotive 99.695 100.638 99.861

Durable goods 100.235 100.586 100.447

Nondurable goods 99.102 100.674 99.220

Other 102.234 106.813 98.613

Exports of services (1) 103.237 106.442 99.735

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 98.926 100.861 96.747

Travel 101.564 104.979 98.566

Passenger fares 115.849 127.788 100.651

Other transportation 105.027 108.406 96.957

Royalties and license fees 105.651 108.226 102.434

Other private services 101.184 103.710 99.643

Other 108.646 111.478 104.865

Imports of goods and services 99.610 104.571 94.556

Imports of goods (1) 98.066 102.970 93.609

Foods, feeds, and beverages 102.317 107.701 96.155

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 100.116 111.756 90.696

Durable goods 94.850 111.841 91.859

Nondurable goods 105.582 111.452 89.542

Petroleum and products 102.893 130.962 66.521

Capital goods, except automotive 92.300 91.329 95.328

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 105.678 109.646 104.739

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 77.681 72.678 85.126

Other 96.927 97.484 98.251

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 100.773 102.483 100.073

Consumer goods, except automotive 97.967 98.626 98.715

Durable goods 96.439 96.426 98.023

Nondurable goods 99.642 101.064 99.469

Other 100.746 104.105 98.397

Imports of services (1) 107.756 113.012 99.510

Direct defense expenditures 122.938 134.692 99.699

Travel 107.958 116.432 97.745

Passenger fares 116.853 114.973 110.506

Other transportation 107.724 117.736 94.454

Royalties and license fees 105.617 108.197 102.399

Other private services 102.313 103.722 99.949

Other 105.416 111.451 98.169

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 99.261 101.021 99.314

Exports of nondurable goods 103.627 112.111 95.391

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 113.015 123.791 99.335

Exports of nonagricultural goods 99.640 102.881 98.089

Imports of durable goods 95.917 97.951 96.789

Imports of nondurable goods 101.801 111.920 87.863

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 97.565 99.988 96.608

Seasonally adjusted

2002

I II III

Exports of goods and services 98.360 99.048 99.772

Exports of goods (1) 97.831 98.359 99.164

Foods, feeds, and beverages 99.181 100.084 105.382

Industrial supplies and materials 92.491 95.101 97.035

Durable goods 97.133 98.180 99.169

Nondurable goods 89.947 93.366 95.802

Capital goods, except automotive 99.265 98.907 98.658

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 107.389 107.795 108.668

Computers, peripherals, and parts 93.090 91.679 89.628

Other 98.897 98.585 98.447

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 100.623 100.687 100.868

Consumer goods, except automotive 99.120 98.913 99.210

Durable goods 100.074 99.572 99.798

Nondurable goods 98.085 98.196 98.567

Other 98.342 99.105 100.154

Exports of services (1) 99.654 100.717 101.253

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 97.348 97.832 98.238

Travel 98.670 99.582 99.637

Passenger fares 99.966 102.156 107.684

Other transportation 95.258 98.949 100.650

Royalties and license fees 102.723 103.349 103.802

Other private services 99.576 100.164 100.104

Other 106.537 107.594 107.826

Imports of goods and services 94.146 96.474 97.304

Imports of goods (1) 93.139 95.563 96.177

Foods, feeds, and beverages 95.971 97.411 98.488

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 89.747 92.720 93.059

Durable goods 91.511 93.061 93.261

Nondurable goods 87.959 92.403 92.858

Petroleum and products 66.664 87.536 93.017

Capital goods, except automotive 94.299 94.006 93.704

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 104.977 105.340 106.478

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 84.498 84.226 82.964

Other 96.888 96.527 96.531

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 99.971 100.079 100.286

Consumer goods, except automotive 98.377 98.078 98.180

Durable goods 97.559 97.306 97.124

Nondurable goods 99.270 98.919 99.343

Other 98.164 98.431 98.814

Imports of services (1) 99.430 101.256 103.236

Direct defense expenditures 97.118 100.369 110.668

Travel 97.136 99.733 102.383

Passenger fares 111.982 113.883 117.057

Other transportation 93.131 94.237 96.201

Royalties and license fees 102.688 103.313 103.766

Other private services 101.124 102.705 102.340

Other 98.225 99.727 100.873

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 99.262 99.158 99.207

Exports of nondurable goods 94.430 96.399 98.948

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 98.641 99.650 105.296

Exports of nonagricultural goods 97.778 98.262 98.673

Imports of durable goods 96.220 96.265 96.204

Imports of nondurable goods 87.533 94.237 96.074

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 96.046 96.440 96.549

Seasonally adjusted

2002 2003

IV I II

Exports of goods and services 199.911 100.909 101.165

Exports of goods (1) 99.290 100.162 100.566

Foods, feeds, and beverages 106.739 107.323 110.133

Industrial supplies and materials 97.561 101.065 101.959

Durable goods 99.265 100.999 102.177

Nondurable goods 96.558 100.944 101.688

Capital goods, except automotive 98.309 98.130 98.031

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 109.657 110.966 111.773

Computers, peripherals, and parts 88.303 88.967 88.812

Other 97.998 97.324 97.061

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 101.223 101.399 101.454

Consumer goods, except automotive 99.287 99.427 99.550

Durable goods 99.867 99.892 100.185

Nondurable goods 98.652 98.907 98.859

Other 100.459 101.509 102.021

Exports of services (1) 101.253 102.710 102.623

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 98.979 98.567 98.686

Travel 100.235 101.089 100.591

Passenger fares 104.857 109.792 114.095

Other transportation 102.180 106.462 102.831

Royalties and license fees 104.294 105.265 105.355

Other private services 99.896 100.653 101.009

Other 108.332 108.353 108.240

Imports of goods and services 97.441 100.069 98.938

Imports of goods (1) 96.272 99.011 97.311

Foods, feeds, and beverages 100.608 102.087 102.036

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 94.365 100.644 99.428

Durable goods 92.892 92.852 92.804

Nondurable goods 95.867 108.725 106.254

Petroleum and products 93.530 112.112 96.483

Capital goods, except automotive 92.681 92.510 92.406

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 103.552 104.004 104.921

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 81.048 79.666 78.408

Other 196.175 96.493 96.823

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 100.570 100.500 100.653

Consumer goods, except automotive 98.030 97.919 97.963

Durable goods 96.759 96.535 96.471

Nondurable goods 99.429 99.440 99.597

Other 99.180 100.328 100.553

Imports of services (1) 103.590 105.601 107.533

Direct defense expenditures 112.480 122.058 122.144

Travel 103.197 104.566 107.872

Passenger fares 115.086 116.823 118.041

Other transportation 97.873 100.696 106.592

Royalties and license fees 104.258 105.228 105.318

Other private services 101.755 102.308 102.314

Other 101.517 103.078 104.955

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 99.081 99.235 99.366

Exports of nondurable goods 99.662 102.132 103.149

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 106.901 107.901 110.063

Exports of nonagricultural goods 98.680 99.531 99.797

Imports of durable goods 95.794 95.715 95.709

Imports of nondurable goods 97.077 104.749 100.108

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 96.602 97.599 97.443

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

III IV I

Exports of goods and services 101.401 102.116 103.584

Exports of goods (1) 100.400 101.412 103.029

Foods, feeds, and beverages 111.241 119.611 124.829

Industrial supplies and materials 101.781 103.808 108.630

Durable goods 103.080 104.936 110.745

Nondurable goods 100.953 103.061 107.379

Capital goods, except automotive 97.451 97.155 97.369

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 113.429 114.411 115.463

Computers, peripherals, and parts 88.107 88.279 88.597

Other 96.087 95.450 95.497

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 101.649 101.757 101.895

Consumer goods, except automotive 99.711 100.094 100.252

Durable goods 100.253 100.609 100.332

Nondurable goods 99.115 99.527 100.146

Other 102.081 103.323 105.182

Exports of services (1) 103.790 103.822 104.942

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 99.297 99.152 99.602

Travel 101.879 102.489 103.193

Passenger fares 118.466 120.781 126.073

Other transportation 105.957 104.858 106.412

Royalties and license fees 105.790 106.157 107.048

Other private services 101.679 101.394 102.552

Other 109.216 108.774 107.566

Imports of goods and services 99.580 99.853 102.177

Imports of goods (1) 97.912 98.028 100.413

Foods, feeds, and beverages 102.253 102.894 105.303

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 99.646 100.746 106.420

Durable goods 95.739 98.004 104.005

Nondurable goods 103.738 103.613 108.868

Petroleum and products 102.067 101.114 112.466

Capital goods, except automotive 92.372 91.914 92.017

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 106.568 107.220 108.003

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 77.064 75.588 75.246

Other 97.235 97.159 97.411

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 100.653 101.284 101.794

Consumer goods, except automotive 97.967 98.018 98.714

Durable goods 96.428 96.324 96.464

Nondurable goods 99.653 99.878 101.212

Other 100.810 101.292 102.834

Imports of services (1) 108.389 109.502 111.504

Direct defense expenditures 120.952 126.598 129.984

Travel 107.821 111.592 115.978

Passenger fares 117.435 115.112 114.006

Other transportation 111.395 112.211 114.731

Royalties and license fees 105.753 106.120 107.010

Other private services 102.657 101.973 102.792

Other 106.040 107.591 110.254

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 99.162 99.282 100.105

Exports of nondurable goods 103.075 106.150 109.645

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 111.681 122.414 127.085

Exports of nonagricultural goods 99.494 99.740 101.166

Imports of durable goods 96.011 96.235 97.149

Imports of nondurable goods 101.223 101.125 106.115

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 97.495 97.723 99.096

Seasonally adjusted

2004

II III IV

Exports of goods and services 104.803 105.242 106.366

Exports of goods (1) 104.361 104.629 105.610

Foods, feeds, and beverages 131.783 119.701 116.306

Industrial supplies and materials 111.822 115.390 119.749

Durable goods 114.431 118.720 121.540

Nondurable goods 110.319 113.523 118.640

Capital goods, except automotive 97.580 97.678 97.956

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 115.869 117.992 119.483

Computers, peripherals, and parts 88.699 86.865 84.866

Other 95.699 95.832 96.359

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 102.246 102.479 102.833

Consumer goods, except automotive 100.365 100.929 101.006

Durable goods 100.398 100.615 100.999

Nondurable goods 100.308 101.255 100.985

Other 106.655 107.083 108.332

Exports of services (1) 105.895 106.735 108.197

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 100.680 101.100 102.062

Travel 104.820 105.427 106.411

Passenger fares 124.621 127.907 132.658

Other transportation 106.486 108.797 111.929

Royalties and license fees 107.973 108.491 109.265

Other private services 103.489 103.802 104.997

Other 110.176 113.038 115.131

Imports of goods and services 103.812 105.269 107.026

Imports of goods (1) 102.337 103.692 105.440

Foods, feeds, and beverages 107.462 107.505 110.535

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 111.098 113.507 115.999

Durable goods 112.228 115.584 115.548

Nondurable goods 109.641 110.966 116.336

Petroleum and products 125.747 136.835 148.562

Capital goods, except automotive 91.357 91.054 90.890

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 108.734 110.387 111.461

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 73.577 71.671 70.219

Other 97.141 97.490 97.892

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 102.194 102.652 103.293

Consumer goods, except automotive 98.567 98.466 98.757

Durable goods 96.402 96.245 96.593

Nondurable goods 100.966 100.929 101.151

Other 103.799 104.433 105.353

Imports of services (1) 111.574 113.586 115.383

Direct defense expenditures 130.332 135.251 143.200

Travel 113.324 115.228 121.450

Passenger fares 114.078 113.725 118.081

Other transportation 116.209 118.476 121.530

Royalties and license fees 107.936 108.454 109.227

Other private services 103.641 105.859 102.598

Other 109.993 111.250 114.306

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 100.741 101.322 101.917

Exports of nondurable goods 112.639 112.124 114.034

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 132.033 120.041 116.005

Exports of nonagricultural goods 102.265 103.376 104.718

Imports of durable goods 97.914 98.274 98.466

Imports of nondurable goods 110.142 113.360 118.062

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 99.796 100.170 100.888

Seasonally adjusted

2005

I II

Exports of goods and services 107.559 108.535

Exports of goods (1) 106.775 107.585

Foods, feeds, and beverages 117.757 121.658

Industrial supplies and materials 123.541 125.732

Durable goods 125.430 126.609

Nondurable goods 122.375 125.071

Capital goods, except automotive 98.070 98.071

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 121.143 121.639

Computers, peripherals, and parts 83.125 81.621

Other 96.590 96.819

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 103.176 103.404

Consumer goods, except automotive 101.681 101.847

Durable goods 101.437 101.661

Nondurable goods 101.927 102.026

Other 109.826 110.857

Exports of services (1) 109.454 110.812

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 102.841 102.917

Travel 106.430 107.877

Passenger fares 138.653 138.401

Other transportation 114.440 119.941

Royalties and license fees 109.986 110.733

Other private services 105.930 106.851

Other 121.593 122.006

Imports of goods and services 107.783 110.087

Imports of goods (1) 105.937 108.612

Foods, feeds, and beverages 112.470 114.035

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 118.540 120.214

Durable goods 118.640 118.878

Nondurable goods 118.226 121.581

Petroleum and products 145.021 170.762

Capital goods, except automotive 91.273 91.070

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 112.647 113.254

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 69.000 67.494

Other 99.046 99.465

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 103.395 103.523

Consumer goods, except automotive 99.600 99.685

Durable goods 96.980 97.012

Nondurable goods 102.554 102.703

Other 106.609 107.171

Imports of services (1) 117.585 117.831

Direct defense expenditures 149.143 147.921

Travel 122.798 121.914

Passenger fares 120.170 118.945

Other transportation 123.945 126.339

Royalties and license fees 109.948 110.695

Other private services 104.822 105.143

Other 115.469 115.978

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 102.534 102.748

Exports of nondurable goods 116.529 118.794

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 117.577 121.655

Exports of nonagricultural goods 105.853 106.430

Imports of durable goods 99.136 99.140

Imports of nondurable goods 118.231 126.044

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 101.812 102.154

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) Includes parts of foods, feeds, and beverages, of nondurable

industrial supplies and materials, and of nondurable nonautomotive

consumer goods.

Table 4.2.5. Exports and Imports of Goods and Services by Type of

Product

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Exports of goods and services 1 1,032.8 1,005.9

Exports of goods (1) 2 731.2 697.6

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 49.4 49.6

Industrial supplies and materials 4 155.3 153.5

Durable goods 5 57.1 53.5

Nondurable goods 6 98.2 100.0

Capital goods, except automotive 7 321.7 290.4

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 8 52.6 50.4

Computers, peripherals, and parts 9 47.6 38.6

Other 10 221.6 201.5

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 11 75.4 78.9

Consumer goods, except automotive 12 88.3 84.4

Durable goods 13 46.4 43.9

Nondurable goods 14 42.0 40.4

Other 15 41.0 40.7

Exports of services (1) 16 301.6 308.4

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 17 11.8 11.3

Travel 18 71.9 66.6

Passenger fares 19 17.9 17.0

Other transportation 20 28.4 29.2

Royalties and license fees 21 40.7 44.5

Other private services 22 116.3 125.3

Other 23 14.5 14.4

Imports of goods and services 24 1,399.8 1,430.3

Imports of goods (1) 25 1,167.9 1,189.3

Foods, feeds, and beverages 26 46.6 49.7

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 27 164.8 158.4

Durable goods 28 80.0 80.9

Nondurable goods 29 84.8 77.5

Petroleum and products 30 103.6 103.5

Capital goods, except automotive 31 298.0 283.3

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 32 31.4 25.5

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 33 74.0 75.2

Other 34 192.6 182.7

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 35 189.8 203.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 36 284.5 308.0

Durable goods 37 146.6 160.6

Nondurable goods 38 137.9 147.3

Other 39 80.7 82.7

Imports of services (1) 40 231.9 241.0

Direct defense expenditures 41 14.8 19.1

Travel 42 60.2 58.7

Passenger fares 43 22.6 20.0

Other transportation 44 38.7 38.4

Royalties and license fees 45 16.5 19.3

Other private services 46 70.9 77.3

Other 47 8.1 8.2

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 48 521.1 487.2

Exports of nondurable goods 49 210.1 210.4

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 50 54.9 54.5

Exports of nonagricultural goods 51 676.3 643.1

Imports of durable goods 52 754.7 770.0

Imports of nondurable goods 53 413.2 419.4

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 54 1,064.4 1,085.9

Seaso-

nally

adjus-

ted at

annual

rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Exports of goods and services 1,045.6 1,173.8 966.6

Exports of goods (1) 724.3 818.1 681.7

Foods, feeds, and beverages 55.0 56.6 49.0

Industrial supplies and materials 168.3 199.5 146.6

Durable goods 57.3 67.8 53.6

Nondurable goods 111.0 131.7 93.0

Capital goods, except automotive 293.6 331.5 288.8

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 46.7 50.0 48.3

Computers, peripherals, and parts 39.9 42.8 41.4

Other 207.0 238.7 199.1

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 80.7 89.3 74.9

Consumer goods, except automotive 89.9 103.1 84.0

Durable goods 46.1 53.8 43.1

Nondurable goods 43.9 49.3 40.9

Other 36.8 38.2 38.4

Exports of services (1) 321.3 355.7 284.8

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 12.2 14.1 11.1

Travel 64.3 74.5 56.7

Passenger fares 15.7 18.9 13.8

Other transportation 31.3 36.9 26.7

Royalties and license fees 48.1 52.6 41.8

Other private services 136.2 145.4 119.8

Other 13.4 13.3 14.9

Imports of goods and services 1,546.5 1,797.8 1,318.2

Imports of goods (1) 1,283.9 1,495.9 1,096.5

Foods, feeds, and beverages 55.8 62.1 47.1

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 174.4 225.1 148.4

Durable goods 83.8 119.2 74.9

Nondurable goods 90.6 105.9 73.5

Petroleum and products 133.1 180.5 83.4

Capital goods, except automotive 295.8 343.5 272.8

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 24.1 24.3 32.5

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 76.5 88.6 68.2

Other 195.2 230.5 172.0

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 210.2 228.2 188.0

Consumer goods, except automotive 334.0 373.1 277.3

Durable goods 171.1 197.6 143.3

Nondurable goods 162.9 175.4 134.0

Other 80.6 83.4 79.6

Imports of services (1) 262.6 301.9 221.7

Direct defense expenditures 25.3 29.3 17.1

Travel 57.4 65.6 51.9

Passenger fares 21.0 23.7 19.2

Other transportation 44.7 54.2 36.3

Royalties and license fees 19.4 23.9 17.1

Other private services 86.2 95.7 72.0

Other 8.6 9.5 8.1

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 496.1 561.4 479.7

Exports of nondurable goods 228.2 256.7 202.1

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 60.9 62.9 55.0

Exports of nonagricultural goods 663.4 755.1 626.8

Imports of durable goods 801.2 930.2 718.7

Imports of nondurable goods 482.7 565.7 377.7

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,150.8 1,315.4 1,013.1

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002

I II III

Exports of goods and services 976.4 1,008.2 1,022.9

Exports of goods (1) 676.7 703.4 713.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 48.9 49.2 50.7

Industrial supplies and materials 145.0 154.7 156.6

Durable goods 50.9 54.3 54.4

Nondurable goods 94.1 100.4 102.2

Capital goods, except automotive 285.2 293.5 297.2

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 49.5 50.5 53.7

Computers, peripherals, and parts 38.6 39.3 37.9

Other 197.1 203.7 205.6

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 75.0 81.0 80.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 82.6 84.3 85.5

Durable goods 43.5 44.0 44.8

Nondurable goods 39.1 40.3 40.8

Other 40.0 40.6 42.3

Exports of services (1) 299.6 304.8 309.9

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 10.5 10.2 13.0

Travel 64.6 64.6 65.1

Passenger fares 16.9 17.1 17.2

Other transportation 27.9 28.6 29.5

Royalties and license fees 41.5 45.0 46.2

Other private services 123.3 124.8 124.6

Other 14.8 14.6 14.2

Imports of goods and services 1,349.5 1,424.3 1,456.7

Imports of goods (1) 1,115.4 1,187.8 1,214.5

Foods, feeds, and beverages 47.2 49.0 50.7

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 148.3 156.9 161.0

Durable goods 78.3 79.7 81.7

Nondurable goods 70.0 77.1 79.3

Petroleum and products 81.4 104.0 106.9

Capital goods, except automotive 277.5 285.5 285.4

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 28.5 24.7 22.4

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 75.3 76.1 75.5

Other 173.7 184.7 187.5

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 193.5 203.5 209.0

Consumer goods, except automotive 287.4 305.9 317.7

Durable goods 150.7 162.2 165.5

Nondurable goods 136.7 143.7 152.2

Other 80.0 83.0 83.9

Imports of services (1) 234.1 236.5 242.2

Direct defense expenditures 17.4 18.5 19.8

Travel 58.2 58.0 58.0

Passenger fares 19.5 19.5 19.3

Other transportation 35.4 38.2 39.0

Royalties and license fees 19.5 19.0 20.1

Other private services 75.8 75.1 77.8

Other 8.2 8.1 8.1

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 474.6 493.2 498.2

Exports of nondurable goods 202.1 210.2 214.8

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 54.4 54.4 55.0

Exports of nonagricultural goods 622.4 649.0 657.9

Imports of durable goods 740.0 772.4 783.5

Imports of nondurable goods 375.4 415.4 431.0

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,034.0 1,083.7 1,107.6

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002 2003

IV I II

Exports of goods and services 1,016.2 1,018.8 1,016.1

Exports of goods (1) 697.1 705.8 708.6

Foods, feeds, and beverages 49.6 52.3 53.5

Industrial supplies and materials 157.6 166.7 165.9

Durable goods 54.4 55.8 57.3

Nondurable goods 103.2 110.9 108.6

Capital goods, except automotive 285.9 282.1 283.4

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 48.1 45.2 43.6

Computers, peripherals, and parts 38.4 38.1 38.1

Other 199.4 198.8 201.8

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 79.0 79.8 81.8

Consumer goods, except automotive 85.0 87.0 87.9

Durable goods 43.4 43.4 44.8

Nondurable goods 41.6 43.6 43.2

Other 40.0 37.7 36.0

Exports of services (1) 319.1 313.0 307.5

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 11.4 10.5 11.1

Travel 72.0 63.2 57.3

Passenger fares 17.0 15.3 14.1

Other transportation 30.8 30.2 30.6

Royalties and license fees 45.2 46.5 47.4

Other private services 128.7 133.6 133.4

Other 14.0 13.7 13.5

Imports of goods and services 1,490.8 1,521.4 1,516.6

Imports of goods (1) 1,239.7 1,266.8 1,264.3

Foods, feeds, and beverages 51.8 54.1 54.9

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 167.4 172.1 170.2

Durable goods 83.9 82.1 80.0

Nondurable goods 83.5 90.0 90.1

Petroleum and products 121.6 142.4 124.9

Capital goods, except automotive 284.9 285.6 292.6

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 26.3 23.3 23.9

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 73.7 74.5 75.5

Other 185.0 187.9 193.3

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 209.1 205.3 210.6

Consumer goods, except automotive 320.8 328.3 327.8

Durable goods 164.1 164.6 165.1

Nondurable goods 156.7 163.7 162.7

Other 84.1 79.0 83.3

Imports of services (1) 251.1 254.6 252.3

Direct defense expenditures 20.6 22.9 24.6

Travel 60.7 58.0 52.0

Passenger fares 21.6 20.0 19.5

Other transportation 41.0 43.2 44.4

Royalties and license fees 18.6 18.4 18.9

Other private services 80.4 83.7 84.4

Other 8.2 8.4 8.6

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 482.7 480.0 485.3

Exports of nondurable goods 214.4 225.7 223.3

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 54.2 57.0 58.9

Exports of nonagricultural goods 642.9 648.8 649.7

Imports of durable goods 784.0 777.1 790.1

Imports of nondurable goods 455.7 489.7 474.2

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,118.0 1,124.4 1,139.4

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2003 2004

III IV I

Exports of goods and services 1,046.6 1,101.1 1,130.8

Exports of goods (1) 723.1 759.8 786.1

Foods, feeds, and beverages 55.9 58.4 56.5

Industrial supplies and materials 167.1 173.3 187.1

Durable goods 56.9 59.3 63.8

Nondurable goods 110.2 114.0 123.4

Capital goods, except automotive 294.2 314.7 322.7

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 46.8 51.3 49.2

Computers, peripherals, and parts 40.8 42.6 42.0

Other 206.6 220.8 231.5

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 78.3 82.9 84.0

Consumer goods, except automotive 90.9 93.8 98.2

Durable goods 46.8 49.3 49.9

Nondurable goods 44.1 44.5 48.3

Other 36.6 36.8 37.6

Exports of services (1) 323.5 341.3 344.7

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 13.6 13.7 15.0

Travel 64.7 72.1 71.6

Passenger fares 16.1 17.2 18.1

Other transportation 31.3 33.2 35.6

Royalties and license fees 48.4 50.3 50.7

Other private services 136.2 141.7 140.8

Other 13.3 13.1 12.9

Imports of goods and services 1,541.9 1,606.1 1,690.3

Imports of goods (1) 1,275.0 1,329.5 1,401.9

Foods, feeds, and beverages 56.4 58.0 60.0

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 175.5 179.6 197.2

Durable goods 82.8 90.2 99.9

Nondurable goods 92.8 89.4 97.3

Petroleum and products 131.7 133.4 160.2

Capital goods, except automotive 294.3 310.7 323.1

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 23.0 26.1 21.0

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 75.8 80.3 83.9

Other 195.5 204.3 218.1

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 205.2 219.6 221.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 333.2 346.7 358.4

Durable goods 172.4 182.2 187.8

Nondurable goods 160.8 164.5 170.6

Other 78.7 81.4 81.3

Imports of services (1) 266.9 276.6 288.5

Direct defense expenditures 25.6 28.1 28.4

Travel 58.6 61.3 63.5

Passenger fares 22.0 22.3 23.0

Other transportation 45.2 46.1 51.7

Royalties and license fees 20.0 20.2 21.6

Other private services 86.9 89.8 91.1

Other 8.7 8.8 9.2

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 494.5 524.5 539.1

Exports of nondurable goods 228.6 235.3 247.0

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 63.0 64.7 63.6

Exports of nonagricultural goods 660.1 695.1 722.5

Imports of durable goods 794.0 843.4 873.1

Imports of nondurable goods 480.9 486.1 528.7

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,143.3 1,196.1 1,241.7

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004

II III IV

Exports of goods and services 1,163.3 1,183.8 1,217.1

Exports of goods (1) 811.5 829.7 845.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 56.8 55.6 57.4

Industrial supplies and materials 197.0 202.7 211.2

Durable goods 66.8 68.8 71.9

Nondurable goods 130.2 134.0 139.3

Capital goods, except automotive 329.2 336.7 337.3

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 47.5 52.3 50.9

Computers, peripherals, and parts 42.2 43.4 43.6

Other 239.5 241.0 242.8

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 87.2 92.3 93.7

Consumer goods, except automotive 102.1 103.8 108.2

Durable goods 53.0 55.1 57.1

Nondurable goods 49.1 48.7 51.2

Other 39.2 38.6 37.2

Exports of services (1) 351.8 354.1 372.1

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 14.3 13.7 13.5

Travel 74.7 74.7 76.9

Passenger fares 18.6 19.6 19.1

Other transportation 36.8 36.5 38.6

Royalties and license fees 50.3 51.8 57.8

Other private services 143.9 144.4 152.7

Other 13.2 13.4 13.7

Imports of goods and services 1,776.4 1,821.8 1,902.5

Imports of goods (1) 1,478.3 1,515.0 1,588.4

Foods, feeds, and beverages 62.3 61.9 64.3

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 221.2 235.9 246.2

Durable goods 117.3 126.4 133.2

Nondurable goods 103.9 109.5 113.0

Petroleum and products 166.1 180.5 215.1

Capital goods, except automotive 341.9 351.1 357.7

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 24.5 24.0 27.7

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 88.3 91.0 91.3

Other 229.1 236.0 238.8

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 228.7 230.1 232.5

Consumer goods, except automotive 375.9 370.4 387.6

Durable goods 197.3 196.6 208.8

Nondurable goods 178.5 173.7 178.8

Other 82.3 85.1 85.0

Imports of services (1) 298.1 306.8 314.1

Direct defense expenditures 29.6 29.7 29.5

Travel 66.0 66.4 66.6

Passenger fares 23.5 23.6 24.7

Other transportation 52.6 54.5 57.9

Royalties and license fees 22.9 26.4 24.7

Other private services 94.0 96.6 101.0

Other 9.4 9.7 9.7

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 555.8 572.1 578.5

Exports of nondurable goods 255.6 257.6 266.5

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 64.0 61.6 62.6

Exports of nonagricultural goods 747.5 768.1 782.5

Imports of durable goods 926.3 946.8 974.7

Imports of nondurable goods 552.0 568.2 613.7

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,312.3 1,334.5 1,373.3

adjusted at annual

rates

2005

I II

Exports of goods and services 1,253.2 1,302.5

Exports of goods (1) 865.4 9,020.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 56.8 63.1

Industrial supplies and materials 218.0 230.5

Durable goods 73.9 77.9

Nondurable goods 144.1 152.6

Capital goods, except automotive 341.7 358.0

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 53.9 63.2

Computers, peripherals, and parts 44.0 45.9

Other 243.9 248.9

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 94.8 93.9

Consumer goods, except automotive 113.2 113.9

Durable goods 60.0 60.9

Nondurable goods 53.2 52.9

Other 40.9 42.6

Exports of services (1) 387.7 400.5

Transferss contracts U.S. military

agency sales contracts 17.3 17.3

Travel 80.3 85.8

Passenger fares 20.5 21.5

Other transportation 40.5 42.5

Royalties and license fees 59.7 60.8

Other private services 155.5 158.6

Other 14.0 13.9

Imports of goods and services 1,950.6 1,982.3

Imports of goods (1) 1,627.6 1,652.9

Foods, feeds, and beverages 66.3 66.9

Industrial supplies and materials,

except petroleum and products 253.3 251.9

Durable goods 136.1 135.5

Nondurable goods 117.2 116.5

Petroleum and products 211.7 230.6

Capital goods, except automotive 363.0 377.9

Civilian aircraft, engines, and

parts 25.6 28.0

Computers, peripherals, and

parts 92.1 91.8

Other 245.3 258.1

Automotive vehicles, engines, and

parts 232.7 232.0

Consumer goods, except automotive 408.3 406.4

Durable goods 221.1 216.7

Nondurable goods 187.2 189.7

Other 92.3 87.2

Imports of services (1) 323.0 329.3

Direct defense expenditures 30.5 30.6

Travel 68.0 70.7

Passenger fares 25.3 25.6

Other transportation 61.1 59.4

Royalties and license fees 25.6 27.0

Other private services 102.9 106.2

Other 9.8 9.9

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 590.9 612.1

Exports of nondurable goods 274.5 289.9

Exports of agricultural goods (2) 62.3 68.6

Exports of nonagricultural goods 803.1 833.4

Imports of durable goods 999.0 1,005.7

Imports of nondurable goods 628.6 647.2

Imports of nonpetroleum goods 1,415.9 1,422.3

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military equipment

purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are included in services.

Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations of equipment are

reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) Includes parts of foods, feeds, and beverages, of nondurable

industrial supplies and materials, and of nondurable nonautomotive

consumer goods.

Table 4.2.6. Real Exports and Imports of Goods and Services by Type

of Product, Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Exports of goods and

services 1 1,036.7 1,013.3

Exports of goods (1) 2 736.3 707.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 3 49.2 48.2

Industrial supplies and

materials 4 160.1 160.6

Durable goods 5 58.1 54.4

Nondurable goods 6 102.0 106.4

Capital goods, except

automotive 7 321.9 294.0

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 8 49.9 46.5

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2) 9

Other 10 222.6 204.6

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 11 75.2 78.3

Consumer goods, except

automotive 12 88.7 85.1

Durable goods 13 46.3 44.0

Nondurable goods 14 42.3 41.1

Other 15 41.2 40.9

Exports of services (1) 16 300.4 306.0

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 17 12.0 11.5

Travel 18 71.6 66.9

Passenger fares 19 17.8 16.5

Other transportation 20 28.7 29.4

Royalties and license fees 21 39.9 43.0

Other private services 22 116.2 125.4

Other 23 14.2 13.4

Residual 24 0.3 0.3

Imports of goods and

services 25 1,435.8 1,484.6

Imports of goods (1) 26 1,204.1 1,248.2

Foods, feeds, and beverages 27 48.1 50.6

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 28 166.5 171.3

Durable goods 29 83.0 87.3

Nondurable goods 30 83.5 84.0

Petroleum and products 31 124.6 121.5

Capital goods, except

automotive 32 307.5 302.5

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 33 30.2 24.2

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2) 34

Other 35 195.2 189.3

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 36 189.9 203.3

Consumer goods, except

automotive 37 286.8 313.7

Durable goods 38 148.4 165.3

Nondurable goods 39 138.4 148.5

Other 40 81.0 83.9

Imports of services (1) 41 231.6 236.5

Direct defense expenditures 42 14.7 18.2

Travel 43 61.6 58.4

Passenger fares 44 20.7 17.4

Other transportation 45 39.3 40.3

Royalties and license fees 46 16.2 18.7

Other private services 47 71.0 75.8

Other 48 8.2 8.2

Residual 49 -0.1 -0.6

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 50 522.2 491.2

Exports of nondurable goods 51 214.2 216.1

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 52 54.5 53.1

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 53 681.7 653.9

Imports of durable goods 54 769.4 801.0

Imports of nondurable goods 55 435.1 447.4

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 56 1,080.1 1,126.3

Season-

ally

adjusted

at annual

rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Exports of goods and

services 1,031.2 1,117.9 980.3

Exports of goods (1) 719.7 783.6 694.7

Foods, feeds, and beverages 49.1 45.9 49.2

Industrial supplies and

materials 164.7 175.2 157.2

Durable goods 55.7 58.3 55.3

Nondurable goods 109.1 117.1 102.0

Capital goods, except

automotive 300.6 339.5 290.8

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 41.5 42.6 45.2

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 214.5 249.0 201.3

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 79.4 87.2 74.7

Consumer goods, except

automotive 90.2 102.4 84.1

Durable goods 46.0 53.4 42.9

Nondurable goods 44.2 49.0 41.2

Other 36.0 35.7 39.0

Exports of services (1) 311.2 334.1 285.6

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 12.3 14.0 11.5

Travel 63.4 70.9 57.5

Passenger fares 13.5 14.8 13.7

Other transportation 29.8 34.0 27.6

Royalties and license fees 45.6 48.6 40.8

Other private services 134.6 140.2 120.3

Other 12.3 11.9 14.2

Residual -0.9 -3.8 -0.1

Imports of goods and

services 1,552.6 1,719.2 1,394.9

Imports of goods (1) 1,309.2 1,452.7 1,172.1

Foods, feeds, and beverages 54.6 57.7 49.0

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 174.2 201.5 163.8

Durable goods 88.3 106.6 81.6

Nondurable goods 85.8 95.1 82.2

Petroleum and products 129.3 137.8 125.3

Capital goods, except

automotive 320.5 376.1 286.4

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 22.8 22.2 31.0

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 201.4 236.5 175.1

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 208.6 222.7 187.9

Consumer goods, except

automotive 340.9 378.3 280.9

Durable goods 177.4 205.0 146.2

Nondurable goods 163.5 173.6 134.7

Other 80.0 80.1 80.9

Imports of services (1) 243.7 267.1 222.8

Direct defense expenditures 20.6 21.8 17.1

Travel 53.2 56.4 53.1

Passenger fares 17.9 20.6 17.4

Other transportation 41.5 46.0 38.5

Royalties and license fees 18.4 22.1 16.7

Other private services 84.3 92.2 72.0

Other 8.2 8.5 8.2

Residual -1.7 -7.7 -2.3

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 499.8 555.7 483.1

Exports of nondurable goods 220.2 229.0 211.9

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 53.9 50.8 55.3

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 665.8 734.0 639.2

Imports of durable goods 835.3 949.7 742.8

Imports of nondurable goods 474.2 505.4 430.3

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,179.5 1,315.6 1,049.1

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002

I II III

Exports of goods and

services 992.8 1,018.0 1,025.2

Exports of goods (1) 691.8 715.2 719.0

Foods, feeds, and beverages 49.3 49.2 48.1

Industrial supplies and

materials 156.8 162.7 161.4

Durable goods 52.4 55.3 54.9

Nondurable goods 104.6 107.6 106.7

Capital goods, except

automotive 287.3 296.7 301.2

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 46.1 46.8 49.4

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 199.4 206.6 208.8

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 74.6 80.5 80.0

Consumer goods, except

automotive 83.4 85.2 86.2

Durable goods 43.5 44.2 44.9

Nondurable goods 39.9 41.0 41.4

Other 40.7 41.0 42.3

Exports of services (1) 300.7 302.7 306.1

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 10.8 10.4 13.3

Travel 65.5 64.9 65.4

Passenger fares 16.9 16.8 15.9

Other transportation 29.3 28.9 29.4

Royalties and license fees 40.4 43.5 44.5

Other private services 123.9 124.5 124.4

Other 13.9 13.5 13.2

Residual 0.2 0.4 0.4

Imports of goods and

services 1,434.0 1,476.9 1,497.4

Imports of goods (1) 1,198.2 1,243.4 1,263.1

Foods, feeds, and beverages 49.2 50.4 51.5

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 165.4 169.3 173.0

Durable goods 85.6 85.7 87.6

Nondurable goods 79.7 83.6 85.5

Petroleum and products 122.1 118.9 114.9

Capital goods, except

automotive 294.4 303.7 304.5

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 27.1 23.4 21.0

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 179.3 191.4 194.2

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 193.6 203.3 208.4

Consumer goods, except

automotive 292.2 311.9 323.6

Durable goods 154.5 166.7 170.4

Nondurable goods 137.7 145.3 153.2

Other 81.5 84.3 84.9

Imports of services (1) 235.4 233.6 234.6

Direct defense expenditures 17.9 18.5 17.9

Travel 59.9 58.2 56.6

Passenger fares 17.4 17.1 16.5

Other transportation 38.1 40.6 40.6

Royalties and license fees 19.0 18.4 19.4

Other private services 75.0 73.1 76.0

Other 8.4 8.2 8.1

Residual -1.2 -0.5 -0.3

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 478.2 497.4 502.2

Exports of nondurable goods 214.1 218.1 217.1

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 55.1 54.5 52.2

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 636.6 660.5 666.8

Imports of durable goods 769.2 802.3 814.3

Imports of nondurable goods 429.4 441.4 449.2

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,076.8 1,123.9 1,147.2

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002 2003

IV I II

Exports of goods and

services 1,017.2 1,009.7 1,004.5

Exports of goods (1) 702.1 704.7 704.7

Foods, feeds, and beverages 46.5 48.7 48.6

Industrial supplies and

materials 161.5 165.0 162.7

Durable goods 54.8 55.2 56.1

Nondurable goods 106.9 109.9 106.8

Capital goods, except

automotive 290.8 287.5 289.1

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 43.9 40.8 39.0

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 203.4 204.2 207.8

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 78.1 78.7 80.6

Consumer goods, except

automotive 85.6 87.5 88.3

Durable goods 43.4 43.5 44.7

Nondurable goods 42.2 44.1 43.7

Other 39.8 37.2 35.3

Exports of services (1) 314.7 304.8 299.6

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 11.5 10.6 11.3

Travel 71.9 62.6 57.0

Passenger fares 16.2 13.9 12.3

Other transportation 30.1 28.4 29.8

Royalties and license fees 43.4 44.2 45.0

Other private services 128.8 132.7 132.1

Other 12.9 12.7 12.5

Residual -0.1 -0.6 -1.0

Imports of goods and

services 1,530.2 1,520.4 1,532.9

Imports of goods (1) 1,287.9 1,279.4 1,299.1

Foods, feeds, and beverages 51.5 53.0 53.8

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 177.4 171.0 171.1

Durable goods 90.3 88.4 86.3

Nondurable goods 87.2 82.8 84.8

Petroleum and products 130.1 127.0 129.4

Capital goods, except

automotive 307.4 308.7 316.7

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 25.3 22.4 22.8

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 192.3 194.7 199.6

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 207.9 204.3 209.3

Consumer goods, except

automotive 327.2 335.3 334.6

Durable goods 169.6 170.5 171.2

Nondurable goods 157.6 164.7 163.3

Other 84.8 78.7 82.9

Imports of services (1) 242.4 241.1 234.7

Direct defense expenditures 18.3 18.8 20.2

Travel 58.8 55.4 48.2

Passenger fares 18.7 17.1 16.5

Other transportation 41.9 42.8 41.6

Royalties and license fees 17.9 17.5 17.9

Other private services 79.0 81.8 82.5

Other 8.1 8.2 8.2

Residual 0.0 -1.1 -1.8

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 487.2 483.7 488.4

Exports of nondurable goods 215.1 221.0 216.5

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 50.7 52.8 53.5

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 651.5 651.8 651.0

Imports of durable goods 818.4 811.9 825.6

Imports of nondurable goods 469.8 467.6 473.6

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,157.3 1,152.1 1,169.3

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2003 2004

III IV I

Exports of goods and

services 1,032.2 1,078.4 1,091.8

Exports of goods (1) 720.3 749.3 763.1

Foods, feeds, and beverages 50.3 48.8 45.2

Industrial supplies and

materials 164.2 167.0 172.3

Durable goods 55.2 56.5 57.6

Nondurable goods 109.2 110.6 114.9

Capital goods, except

automotive 301.9 323.8 331.4

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 41.3 44.8 42.7

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 214.9 231.2 242.4

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 77.0 81.4 82.4

Consumer goods, except

automotive 91.2 93.7 98.0

Durable goods 46.7 49.0 49.7

Nondurable goods 44.5 44.7 48.3

Other 35.9 35.6 35.8

Exports of services (1) 311.7 328.8 328.5

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 13.7 13.8 15.0

Travel 63.5 70.3 69.4

Passenger fares 13.6 14.3 14.3

Other transportation 29.5 31.7 33.5

Royalties and license fees 45.7 47.4 47.4

Other private services 133.9 139.7 137.3

Other 12.2 12.0 12.0

Residual -1.2 -1.7 -3.5

Imports of goods and

services 1,548.4 1,608.6 1,654.8

Imports of goods (1) 1,302.1 1,356.3 1,396.6

Foods, feeds, and beverages 55.1 56.4 57.0

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 176.2 178.4 185.5

Durable goods 86.5 92.2 96.2

Nondurable goods 89.4 86.2 89.4

Petroleum and products 129.0 132.0 142.4

Capital goods, except

automotive 318.6 338.1 351.0

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 21.6 24.4 19.5

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 201.1 210.3 223.9

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 203.8 216.8 217.8

Consumer goods, except

automotive 340.1 353.7 363.1

Durable goods 178.8 189.1 194.7

Nondurable goods 161.4 164.7 168.6

Other 78.1 80.4 79.0

Imports of services (1) 246.3 252.7 258.8

Direct defense expenditures 21.1 22.2 21.8

Travel 54.3 54.9 54.8

Passenger fares 18.8 19.3 20.1

Other transportation 40.5 41.1 45.0

Royalties and license fees 19.0 19.1 20.2

Other private services 84.6 88.0 88.6

Other 8.2 8.2 8.3

Residual -1.1 -2.8 -3.9

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 498.6 528.4 538.6

Exports of nondurable goods 221.8 221.7 225.3

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 56.4 52.9 50.0

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 663.5 697.0 714.3

Imports of durable goods 827.1 876.6 898.9

Imports of nondurable goods 475.0 480.5 498.4

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,172.7 1,224.0 1,253.2

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2004

II III IV

Exports of goods and

services 1,110.2 1,125.0 1,144.5

Exports of goods (1) 777.7 793.1 800.3

Foods, feeds, and beverages 43.0 46.3 49.2

Industrial supplies and

materials 176.2 175.8 176.4

Durable goods 58.4 57.9 59.1

Nondurable goods 118.1 118.0 117.5

Capital goods, except

automotive 337.4 344.7 344.3

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 41.0 44.3 42.6

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 250.3 251.5 52.0

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 85.3 90.1 91.1

Consumer goods, except

automotive 101.7 102.9 107.1

Durable goods 52.8 54.7 56.5

Nondurable goods 48.9 48.1 50.7

Other 36.7 36.0 34.4

Exports of services (1) 332.3 331.8 344.0

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 14.2 13.5 13.2

Travel 71.3 70.9 72.2

Passenger fares 14.9 15.4 14.4

Other transportation 34.5 33.6 34.5

Royalties and license fees 46.6 47.7 52.9

Other private services 139.1 139.1 145.4

Other 12.0 11.8 11.9

Residual -4.5 -3.9 -4.4

Imports of goods and

services 1,711.9 1,731.5 1,778.6

Imports of goods (1) 1,445.2 1,461.9 1,507.3

Foods, feeds, and beverages 58.0 57.6 58.2

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 199.4 208.3 212.6

Durable goods 104.7 109.7 115.6

Nondurable goods 94.8 98.8 97.2

Petroleum and products 132.1 131.9 144.8

Capital goods, except

automotive 374.2 385.5 393.5

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 22.5 21.8 24.9

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 235.9 242.1 243.9

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 223.8 224.1 225.1

Consumer goods, except

automotive 381.3 376.1 392.4

Durable goods 204.7 204.3 216.1

Nondurable goods 176.8 172.1 176.8

Other 79.2 81.5 80.7

Imports of services (1) 267.2 270.2 272.3

Direct defense expenditures 22.7 21.9 20.5

Travel 58.2 57.6 54.9

Passenger fares 20.6 20.7 21.0

Other transportation 45.3 46.0 47.7

Royalties and license fees 21.2 24.3 22.6

Other private services 90.7 91.2 98.4

Other 8.6 8.7 8.5

Residual -7.8 -9.6 -8.0

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 551.8 564.7 567.7

Exports of nondurable goods 227.0 229.8 233.8

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 48.4 51.2 53.8

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 731.1 743.2 747.4

Imports of durable goods 946.2 963.6 990.1

Imports of nondurable goods 501.5 501.6 520.2

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,315.2 1,332.5 1,361.5

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2005

I II

Exports of goods and

services 1,165.3 1,200.3

Exports of goods (1) 810.7 838.6

Foods, feeds, and beverages 48.1 51.7

Industrial supplies and

materials 176.5 183.4

Durable goods 59.0 61.6

Nondurable goods 117.8 122.0

Capital goods, except

automotive 348.5 365.1

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 44.5 51.9

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 0.0 257.1

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 91.9 90.8

Consumer goods, except

automotive 111.3 111.8

Durable goods 59.2 59.9

Nondurable goods 52.1 51.9

Other 37.3 38.5

Exports of services (1) 354.3 361.5

Transfers under US military

agency sales contracts 16.8 16.8

Travel 75.4 79.5

Passenger fares 14.8 15.5

Other transportation 35.4 35.4

Royalties and license fees 54.2 54.9

Other private services 146.8 148.5

Other 11.5 11.4

Residual -4.9 -3.3

Imports of goods and

services 1,810.7 1,801.6

Imports of goods (1) 1,537.3 1,522.8

Foods, feeds, and beverages 58.9 58.7

Industrial supplies and

materials, except

petroleum and products 214.1 210.0

Durable goods 115.0 114.3

Nondurable goods 99.3 95.9

Petroleum and products 146.0 135.0

Capital goods, except

automotive 397.6 414.9

Civilian aircraft,

engines, and parts 22.8 24.8

Computers, peripherals,

and parts (2)

Other 247.6 259.5

Automotive vehicles,

engines, and parts 225.1 224.2

Consumer goods, except

automotive 409.9 407.6

Durable goods 227.9 223.4

Nondurable goods 182.6 184.7

Other 86.6 81.4

Imports of services (1) 274.8 279.6

Direct defense expenditures 20.4 20.6

Travel 55.3 58.0

Passenger fares 21.0 21.5

Other transportation 49.3 47.0

Royalties and license fees 23.3 24.4

Other private services 98.2 101.0

Other 8.5 8.5

Residual -10.4 -17.0

Addenda:

Exports of durable goods 576.4 595.8

Exports of nondurable goods 235.6 244.1

Exports of agricultural

goods (3) 52.9 56.3

Exports of nonagricultural

goods 758.9 783.2

Imports of durable goods 1,007.8 1,014.6

Imports of nondurable goods 532.1 513.9

Imports of nonpetroleum

goods 1,391.0 1,392.7

(1.) Exports and imports of certain goods, primarily military

equipment purchased and sold by the Federal Government, are

included in services. Beginning with 1986, repairs and alterations

of equipment are reclassified from goods to services.

(2.) The quantity index for computers can be used to accurately

measure the real growth of this component. However, because

computers exhibit rapid changes in prices relative to other

prices in the economy, the chained-dollar estimates should not

be used to measure the component’s relative importance or its

contribution to the growth rate of more aggregate series; accurate

estimates of these contributions are shown in table 4.2.2 and real

growth rates are shown in table 4.2.1.

3. Includes parts of foods, feeds, and beverages, of nondurable

industrial supplies and materials, and of nondurable nonautomotive

consumer goods.

NOTE. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product

of the chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value

of the corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula

for the chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one

period, the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not

additive. For exports and for imports, the residual line is the

difference between the aggregate line and the sum of the most

detailed lines.

Table 4.3B. Relation of Foreign Transactions in the National

Income and Product Accounts to the Corresponding Items in the

International Transactions Accounts

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Exports of goods, ITAs 1 718.7 682.4

Less: Gold, ITAs (1) 2 4.9 3.4

Statistical differences (2) 3 0.0 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 4 17.4 18.5

Equals: Exports of goods, NIPAs 5 731.2 697.6

Exports of services, ITAs 6 288.4 294.9

Less: Statistical differences (2) 7 -0.2 -0.5

Other items (4) 8 0.8 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 9 4.3 4.5

Services furnished without

payment by financial

intermediaries except

life insurance carriers 10 9.4 9.1

Equals: Exports of services, NIPAs 11 301.6 308.4

Income receipts, ITAs 12 288.3 270.8

Less: Statistical differences (2) 13 -1.6 -2.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 14 28.1 29.4

Imputed interest received

from the rest of the

world 15 -1.4 -1.4

Adjustment for grossing of

parent/affiliate

transactions (5) 16 5.8 4.8

Equals: Income receipts, NIPAs 17 322.4 305.7

Imports of goods, ITAs 18 1,145.9 1,164.7

Less: Gold, ITAs (1) 19 4.3 2.9

Statistical differences (2) 20 0.0 0.0

Plus: Gold, NIPAs (1) 21 -3.4 -3.3

Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto

Rico (3) 22 29.8 30.8

Equals: Imports of goods, NIPAs 23 1,167.9 1,189.3

Imports of services, ITAs 24 224.0 233.7

Less: Statistical differences (2) 25 -2.7 -2.0

Plus: Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto Rico (3) 26 5.2 5.3

Equals: Imports of services, NIPAs 27 231.9 241.0

Income payments, ITAs 28 263.1 260.8

Less: Statistical differences (2) 29 -0.7 -0.5

Plus: Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto Rico (3) 30 1.1 1.1

Imputed interest paid to

the rest of the world 31 8.1 7.8

Adjustment for grossing of

parent/affiliate

transactions (5) 32 5.8 4.8

Equals: Income payments, NIPAs 33 278.8 275.0

Balance on goods and services and

income, ITAs (1+6+12-18-24-28) 34 -337.6 -411.2

Less: Gold (2-19+21) 35 -2.8 -2.8

Statistical differences

(3+7+13-20-25-29) 36 1.6 0.0

Other items (8) 37 0.8 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (4+9+14-22-26-30) 38 13.6 15.2

Equals: Net exports of goods and

services and net receipts of

income, NIPAs (5+11+17-23-27-33) 39 -323.4 -393.8

Unilateral current transfers, net,

ITAs 40 51.9 64.0

Less: Statistical differences (2) 41 5.3 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 42 0.4 0.5

Equals: Current taxes and transfer

payments to the rest of the

world, net, NIPAs 43 47.0 64.5

Balance on current account, ITAs

(34-00) 44 -389.5 -475.2

Less: Gold (35) 45 -2.8 -2.8

Statistical differences

(36-41) 46 -3.8 0.0

Other items (37) 47 0.8 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (38-42) 48 13.2 14.7

Equals: Balance on current account, 49 -370.4 -458.3

NIPAs (39-03)

2003 2004

Exports of goods, ITAs 713.4 807.5

Less: Gold, ITAs (1) 4.8 4.4

Statistical differences (2) 0.0 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 15.7 15.0

Equals: Exports of goods, NIPAs 724.3 818.1

Exports of services, ITAs 309.1 343.9

Less: Statistical differences (2) -0.2 0.0

Other items (4) 0.6 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 4.8 4.9

Services furnished without

payment by financial

intermediaries except

life insurance carriers 7.8 7.6

Equals: Exports of services, NIPAs 321.3 355.7

Income receipts, ITAs 309.8 379.5

Less: Statistical differences (2) -0.5 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 30.5 32.2

Imputed interest received

from the rest of the

world -1.5 -1.4

Adjustment for grossing of

parent/affiliate

transactions (5) 4.4 5.1

Equals: Income receipts, NIPAs 343.7 415.4

Imports of goods, ITAs 1,260.7 1,472.9

Less: Gold, ITAs (1) 3.6 4.1

Statistical differences (2) 0.0 0.0

Plus: Gold, NIPAs (1) -3.5 -3.3

Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto

Rico (3) 30.2 30.4

Equals: Imports of goods, NIPAs 1,283.9 1,495.9

Imports of services, ITAs 256.7 296.1

Less: Statistical differences (2) -0.5 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto Rico (3) 5.5 5.8

Equals: Imports of services, NIPAs 262.6 301.9

Income payments, ITAs 263.5 349.1

Less: Statistical differences (2) -0.2 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US

territories and Puerto Rico (3) 1.2 1.3

Imputed interest paid to

the rest of the world 6.3 6.2

Adjustment for grossing of

parent/affiliate

transactions (5) 4.4 5.1

Equals: Income payments, NIPAs 275.6 361.7

Balance on goods and services and

income, ITAs (1+6+12-18-24-28) -448.5 -587.1

Less: Gold (2-19+21) -2.3 -3.0

Statistical differences

(3+7+13-20-25-29) 0.0 0.0

Other items (8) 0.6 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (4+9+14-22-26-30) 14.0 14.6

Equals: Net exports of goods and

services and net receipts of

income, NIPAs (5+11+17-23-27-33) -432.8 -570.3

Unilateral current transfers, net,

ITAs 71.2 80.9

Less: Statistical differences (2) 0.0 0.0

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (3) 0.5 0.5

Equals: Current taxes and transfer

payments to the rest of the

world, net, NIPAs 71.7 81.5

Balance on current account, ITAs

(34-00) -519.7 -668.1

Less: Gold (35) -2.3 -3.0

Statistical differences

(36-41) 0.0 0.0

Other items (37) 0.6 0.7

Plus: Adjustment for US territories

and Puerto Rico (38-42) 13.5 14.1

Equals: Balance on current account, -504.5 -651.7

NIPAs (39-03)

(1.) Exports and imports of gold in the NIPAs differ from those in the

ITAs. ITA gold exports (line 2) and imports (line 19) are excluded from

the NIPAs; imports of gold in the NIPAs (line 21) is the excess of the

value of gold in gross domestic purchases over the value of U.S.

production of gold.

(2.) Consists of statistical revisions to the ITAs that have not yet

been incorporated into the NIPAs and statistical revisions to the NIPAs

that have not yet been incorporated into the ITAs.

(3.) Consists of transactions between the United States and its

territories, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana Islands. The

treatment of U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, and the Northern Mariana

Islands in the NIPAs differs from that in the ITAs. In the NIPAs, they

are included in the rest of the world; in the ITAs, they are treated as

part of the United States. The adjustment to unilateral current

transfers, net (line 42) consists only of transfer payments from

persons, because transfer payments, subsidies, and grants-in-aid from

the Federal Government to residents of U.S. territories, Puerto Rico,

and the Northern Mariana Islands are excluded from NIPA transfer

payments to the rest of the world.

(4.) Beginning with 1988, the ITAs classify certain military grants as

services that the NIPAs do not. In the NIPAs these transactions are

excluded from exports and included in transfer payments from

government.

(5.) In the ITAs, income transactions between parents and affiliates

are recorded on a net basis. In ITA exports, U.S. parents’ receipts

from foreign affiliates for interest are net of such payments by U.S.

parents to foreign affiliates. In ITA imports, U.S. affiliates”

payments to foreign parents for interest are net of such receipts by

U.S. affiliates from foreign parents. In the NIPAs, these transactions

are recorded on a gross basis. The amount of the adjustment is

identical in income payments and in income receipts and, thus, does

not affect NIPA net income receipts or balance on current account.

ITAs International transactions accounts.

Table 5.1. Saving and Investment

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Gross saving 1 1,657.6 1,489.1

Net saving 2 376.1 197.1

Net private saving 3 324.6 479.2

Personal saving 4 132.3 184.7

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 5 192.3 294.5

Undistributed profits 6 132.9 176.6

Inventory valuation

adjustment 7 11.3 -2.2

Capital consumption

adjustment 8 48.1 120.1

Wage accruals less

disbursements 9 0.0 0.0

Net government saving 10 51.5 -282.1

Federal 11 46.7 -247.9

State and local 12 4.8 -34.2

Consumption of fixed capital 13 1,281.5 1,292.0

Private 14 1,075.5 1,080.3

Domestic business 15 903.7 893.6

Households and

institutions 16 171.7 186.8

Government 17 206.0 211.6

Federal 18 88.2 88.9

State and local 19 117.8 122.7

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 20 1,567.9 1,468.1

Gross domestic investment 21 1,938.3 1,926.4

Gross private domestic

investment 22 1,614.3 1,582.1

Gross government investment 23 324.0 344.3

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 24 1.1 1.4

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs 25 -371.5 -459.7

Statistical discrepancy 26 -89.6 -21.0

Addenda:

Gross private saving 27 1,400.1 1,559.6

Gross government saving 28 257.5 -70.5

Federal 29 1,349.0 -159.1

State and local 30 122.6 88.6

Net domestic investment 31 656.9 634.4

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 32 16.2 14.2

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 33 3.7 1.9

Season-

ally ad-

justed

at annual

rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Gross saving 1,474.1 1,572.0 1,533.1

Net saving 142.7 136.8 251.2

Net private saving 549.3 549.1 286.5

Personal saving 172.8 151.8 40.5

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 376.5 397.3 246.1

Undistributed profits 281.9 295.2 104.0

Inventory valuation

adjustment -13.3 -39.6 30.4

Capital consumption

adjustment 107.9 141.8 111.7

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -406.5 -412.3 -35.3

Federal -382.7 -406.5 -4.7

State and local -23.8 -5.9 -30.6

Consumption of fixed capital 1,331.3 1,435.3 1,281.8

Private 1,112.8 1,206.2 1,075.2

Domestic business 911.5 973.3 900.8

Households and

institutions 201.3 232.8 174.4

Government 218.5 229.1 206.6

Federal 90.3 93.8 88.2

State and local 128.3 135.3 118.4

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,521.1 1,648.9 1,512.2

Gross domestic investment 2,025.6 2,300.6 1,854.0

Gross private domestic

investment 1,670.4 1,928.1 1,521.4

Gross government investment 355.3 372.5 332.7

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 3.2 1.6 1.0

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -507.7 -653.4 -342.9

Statistical discrepancy 47.1 76.8 -20.9

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,662.1 1,755.3 1,361.7

Gross government saving -188.0 -183.2 171.4

Federal -292.5 -312.7 83.5

State and local 104.5 129.4 87.8

Net domestic investment 694.3 865.3 572.2

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 13.4 13.4 14.9

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 1.3 1.2 2.4

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002

I II III

Gross saving 1,535.7 1,512.6 1,461.5

Net saving 253.7 224.4 166.7

Net private saving 497.4 500.9 445.4

Personal saving 225.4 221.2 153.0

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 272.0 279.7 292.4

Undistributed profits 136.4 157.5 183.4

Inventory valuation

adjustment 13.3 -1.6 -11.8

Capital consumption

adjustment 122.4 123.8 120.8

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -243.8 -276.5 -278.7

Federal -208.5 -241.4 -247.3

State and local -35.3 -35.1 -31.4

Consumption of fixed capital 1,282.0 1,288.2 1,294.9

Private 1,073.1 1,077.5 1,082.4

Domestic business 892.3 892.5 893.5

Households and

institutions 180.8 184.9 188.8

Government 208.9 210.8 212.5

Federal 88.6 88.6 88.8

State and local 120.3 122.1 123.7

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,482.1 1,455.9 1,476.1

Gross domestic investment 1,903.1 1,915.4 1,939.7

Gross private domestic

investment 1,564.1 1,571.4 1,592.9

Gross government investment 339.0 343.9 346.8

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 1.2 1.2 1.5

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -422.2 -460.7 -465.1

Statistical discrepancy -53.6 -56.7 14.6

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,570.5 1,578.3 1,527.7

Gross government saving -34.9 -65.7 -66.2

Federal -119.9 -152.8 -158.4

State and local 85.0 87.0 92.2

Net domestic investment 621.1 627.2 644.8

Gross saving as a 1.0

percentage of gross

national income 14.7 14.4 13.9

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 2.4 2.1 1.6

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2002 2003

IV I II

Gross saving 1,446.6 1,413.3 1,456.8

Net saving 143.8 101.4 133.0

Net private saving 473.3 465.2 532.9

Personal saving 139.3 154.0 169.6

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 334.0 311.3 363.4

Undistributed profits 229.3 242.8 251.5

Inventory valuation

adjustment -8.8 -25.0 -2.1

Capital consumption

adjustment 113.4 93.4 114.0

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -329.5 -363.8 -399.9

Federal -294.6 -296.0 -373.8

State and local -34.9 -67.8 -26.1

Consumption of fixed capital 1,302.7 1,311.8 1,323.8

Private 1,088.4 1,095.7 1,105.8

Domestic business 896.0 900.6 906.8

Households and

institutions 192.5 195.1 199.0

Government 214.3 216.1 218.1

Federal 89.4 89.6 90.4

State and local 124.9 126.5 127.7

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,458.3 1,429.8 1,471.2

Gross domestic investment 1,947.4 1,958.9 1,974.5

Gross private domestic

investment 1,600.1 1,610.0 1,619.3

Gross government investment 347.4 349.0 355.2

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 1.6 1.7 6.4

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -490.7 -530.8 -509.6

Statistical discrepancy 11.7 16.6 14.4

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,561.7 1,560.9 1,638.7

Gross government saving -115.2 -147.7 -181.9

Federal -205.1 -206.4 -283.4

State and local 90.0 58.7 101.6

Net domestic investment 644.7 647.1 650.6

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 13.6 13.2 13.4

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 1.4 0.9 1.2

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2003 2004

III IV I

Gross saving 1,470.0 1,556.2 1,534.7

Net saving 132.8 203.7 163.6

Net private saving 602.8 596.2 599.4

Personal saving 2,051.0 162.6 155.8

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 397.7 433.6 443.5

Undistributed profits 289.2 343.9 326.4

Inventory valuation

adjustment -5.1 -20.8 -28.9

Capital consumption

adjustment 113.5 110.5 146.1

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -469.9 -392.5 -435.8

Federal -456.2 -405.0 -429.3

State and local -13.8 12.5 -6.5

Consumption of fixed capital 1,337.2 1,352.5 1,371.1

Private 1,117.8 1,131.8 1,147.8

Domestic business 914.5 924.0 935.1

Households and

institutions 203.3 207.8 212.7

Government 219.3 220.6 223.3

Federal 90.5 90.6 91.8

State and local 128.9 130.0 131.5

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,555.3 1,628.2 1,612.5

Gross domestic investment 2,054.4 2,114.7 2,178.7

Gross private domestic

investment 1,694.2 1,694.2 1,818.2

Gross government investment 360.1 356.8 360.4

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 3.3 1.4 1.7

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -502.4 -487.9 -567.9

Statistical discrepancy 85.3 72.0 77.8

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,720.6 1,728.1 1,747.2

Gross government saving -250.6 -171.9 -212.5

Federal -365.7 -314.3 -337.6

State and local 115.1 142.5 125.1

Net domestic investment 717.2 762.2 807.5

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 13.3 13.8 13.4

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 1.2 1.8 1.4

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2004

II III IV

Gross saving 1,546.4 1,590.1 1,617.0

Net saving 152.6 56.0 174.9

Net private saving 567.6 486.9 542.6

Personal saving 141.2 104.6 205.4

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 426.4 382.3 337.2

Undistributed profits 329.2 283.4 241.8

Inventory valuation

adjustment -48.3 -36.9 -44.4

Capital consumption

adjustment 145.4 135.8 139.8

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -415.0 -430.9 -367.7

Federal -413.4 -411.6 -371.6

State and local -1.6 -19.3 4.0

Consumption of fixed capital 1,393.8 1,534.1 1,442.0

Private 1,165.8 1,303.5 1,207.6

Domestic business 947.9 1,032.0 978.4

Households and

institutions 217.9 271.5 229.2

Government 228.1 230.6 234.5

Federal 93.4 94.2 95.9

State and local 134.6 136.4 138.6

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,654.5 1,680.9 1,647.6

Gross domestic investment 2,303.4 2,334.0 2,386.2

Gross private domestic

investment 1,928.5 1,961.2 2,004.5

Gross government investment 375.0 372.9 381.7

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 1.5 1.6 1.8

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -650.4 -654.7 -740.4

Statistical discrepancy 108.1 90.8 30.6

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,733.4 1,790.4 1,750.2

Gross government saving -187.0 -200.3 -133.2

Federal -320.0 -317.3 -275.7

State and local 133.0 117.1 142.5

Net domestic investment 909.6 799.9 944.2

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 13.3 13.5 13.5

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 1.3 0.5 1.5

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2005

I II

Gross saving 1,653.6

Net saving 205.2

Net private saving 491.2

Personal saving 60.5 18.4

Undistributed corporate

profits with inventory

valuation and capital

consumption adjustments 430.7

Undistributed profits 520.8

Inventory valuation

adjustment -39.1

Capital consumption

adjustment -51.0 -44.8

Wage accruals less

disbursements 0.0 0.0

Net government saving -286.0

Federal -293.4

State and local 7.4

Consumption of fixed capital 1,448.4 1,456.1

Private 1,210.9 1.2

Domestic business 980.4 983.3

Households and

institutions 230.5 232.1

Government 237.5 240.7

Federal 96.9 97.8

State and local 140.6 142.9

Gross domestic

investment, capital

account transactions,

and net lending, NIPAs 1,675.0

Gross domestic investment 2,441.9 2,440.8

Gross private domestic

investment 2,058.5 2,044.1

Gross government investment 383.4 396.7

Capital account transactions

(net) (1) 17.3

Net lending or net borrowing

(-), NIPAs -784.3

Statistical discrepancy 21.3

Addenda:

Gross private saving 1,702.1

Gross government saving -48.5

Federal -196.5

State and local 148.0

Net domestic investment 993.5 984.7

Gross saving as a

percentage of gross

national income 13.5

Net saving as percentage

of gross national income 1.7

(1.) Consists of capital transfer and the acquisition and disposal

of nonproduced nonfinancial assets.

NIPAS National income and product accounts.

Table 5.2.3. Real Gross and Net Domestic Investment by Major Type,

Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Gross domestic investment 1 94.013 92.789

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 2 107.354 108.399

Equals: Net domestic investment 3 75.403 71.001

Gross private domestic investment 4 92.103 89.724

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 5 108.147 109.004

Equals: Net private domestic investment 6 70.754 64.068

Fixed investment 7 97.047 91.997

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 8 108.147 109.004

Equals: Net fixed investment 9 81.064 67.508

Nonresidential 10 95.817 86.969

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 11 109.239 109.833

Equals: Net nonresidential 12 68.385 40.240

Structures 13 97.737 81.029

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 14 109.064 106.512

Equals: Net structures 15 84.655 51.598

Equipment and software 16 95.136 89.265

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 17 109.284 110.764

Equals: Net equipment and software 18 59.176 34.622

Residential 19 100.357 105.149

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 20 102.740 104.843

Equals: Net residential 21 98.981 105.326

Change in private inventories 22

Gross government investment (1) 23 104.870 110.178

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 24 103.379 105.357

Equals: Net government investment 25 107.601 119.009

Federal 26

National defense 27

Nondefense 28

State and local 29 105.805 110.220

Structures 30 104.831 109.349

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 31 103.384 104.022

Equals: Net structures 32 106.125 114.115

Federal 33

National defense 34

Nondefense 35

State and local 36 106.394 112.998

Equipment and software 37 104.933 111.641

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 38 103.373 106.536

Equals: Net equipment and software 39 127.014 183.898

Federal 40

National defense 41

Nondefense 42

State and local 43 100.465 83.795

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 44 98.251 94.800

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 45 107.354 108.399

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 46 84.650 74.468

2003 2004

Gross domestic investment 96.070 105.890

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 111.127 117.153

Equals: Net domestic investment 75.055 90.153

Gross private domestic investment 93.195 104.286

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 111.797 118.487

Equals: Net private domestic investment 68.442 85.389

Fixed investment 95.297 104.534

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 111.797 118.487

Equals: Net fixed investment 71.538 84.443

Nonresidential 88.063 96.314

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 112.587 118.027

Equals: Net nonresidential 37.941 51.938

Structures 77.621 79.314

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 107.498 112.066

Equals: Net structures 43.115 41.487

Equipment and software 92.154 103.126

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 114.033 119.731

Equals: Net equipment and software 36.545 60.922

Residential 113.989 125.714

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 107.802 119.946

Equals: Net residential 117.560 129.044

Change in private inventories

Gross government investment (1) 112.385 114.980

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 107.765 110.525

Equals: Net government investment 120.848 123.141

Federal

National defense

Nondefense

State and local 108.652 105.888

Structures 110.076 108.509

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 106.307 108.525

Equals: Net structures 113.448 108.495

Federal

National defense

Nondefense

State and local 111.703 108.221

Equipment and software 116.570 127.076

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 109.054 112.323

Equals: Net equipment and software 222.953 335.893

Federal

National defense

Nondefense

State and local 80.316 86.413

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 97.931 106.149

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 111.127 117.153

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 78.202 89.673

(1.) Gross government investment consists of general government and

government enterprise expenditures for fixed assets; change in

inventories is included in government consumption expenditures.

NOTE. Chain-type quantity indexes for net investment are computed from

chained (2000) dollar estimates of net investment by scaling the

chained-dollar estimates to 100 in the reference year (2000). Chained

(2000) dollar estimates of net investment appear in table 5.2.6.

Table 5.2.5. Gross and Net Domestic Investment by Major Type

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Gross domestic investment 1 1,938.3 1,926.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 2 1,281.5 1,292.0

Equals: Net domestic investment 3 656.9 634.4

Gross private domestic investment 4 1,614.3 1,582.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 5 1,075.5 1,080.3

Equals: Net private domestic investment 6 538.8 501.8

Fixed investment 7 1,646.1 1,570.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 8 1,075.5 1,080.3

Equals: Net fixed investment 9 570.6 489.9

Nonresidential 10 1,176.8 1,066.3

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 11 900.5 897.5

Equals: Net nonresidential 12 276.3 168.8

Structures 13 322.6 279.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 14 194.5 194.5

Equals: Net structures 15 128.1 84.7

Equipment and software 16 854.2 787.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 17 706.0 703.0

Equals: Net equipment and software 18 148.2 84.1

Residential 19 469.3 503.9

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 20 175.0 182.9

Equals: Net residential 21 294.3 321.1

Change in private inventories 22 -31.7 11.9

Gross government investment (1) 23 324.0 344.3

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 24 206.0 211.6

Equals: Net government investment 25 118.0 132.6

Federal 26 -7.2 -0.8

National defense 27 -10.2 -5.1

Nondefense 28 3.0 4.4

State and local 29 125.2 133.4

Structures 30 205.3 220.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 31 95.6 99.1

Equals: Net structures 32 109.7 121.1

Federal 33 -4.2 -3.1

National defense 34 -4.8 -5.1

Nondefense 35 0.5 1.9

State and local 36 113.9 124.3

Equipment and software 37 118.7 124.0

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 38 110.3 112.5

Equals: Net equipment and software 39 8.3 11.5

Federal 40 -3.0 2.4

National defense 41 -5.4 -0.1

Nondefense 42 2.4 2.5

State and local 43 11.3 9.1

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 44 1,970.1 1,914.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 45 1,281.5 1,292.0

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 46 688.6 622.5

2003 2004

Gross domestic investment 2,025.6 2,300.6

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,331.3 1,435.3

Equals: Net domestic investment 694.3 865.3

Gross private domestic investment 1,670.4 1,928.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,112.8 1,206.2

Equals: Net private domestic investment 557.6 721.9

Fixed investment 1,654.9 1,872.6

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,112.8 1,206.2

Equals: Net fixed investment 542.1 666.5

Nonresidential 1,082.4 1,198.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 917.1 975.1

Equals: Net nonresidential 165.3 223.7

Structures 276.9 298.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 199.9 218.6

Equals: Net structures 76.9 79.8

Equipment and software 805.6 900.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 717.2 756.6

Equals: Net equipment and software 88.4 143.9

Residential 572.5 673.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 195.7 231.0

Equals: Net residential 376.8 442.8

Change in private inventories 15.4 55.4

Gross government investment (1) 355.3 372.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 218.5 229.1

Equals: Net government investment 136.7 143.4

Federal 2.7 8.1

National defense -1.5 4.0

Nondefense 4.1 4.1

State and local 134.1 135.3

Structures 226.9 232.0

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 103.9 110.0

Equals: Net structures 123.0 122.0

Federal -2.5 -4.1

National defense -4.5 -4.9

Nondefense 2.1 0.8

State and local 125.5 126.1

Equipment and software 128.3 140.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 114.6 119.1

Equals: Net equipment and software 13.7 21.3

Federal 5.1 12.1

National defense 3.0 8.9

Nondefense 2.1 3.2

State and local 8.6 9.2

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 2,010.2 2,245.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,331.3 1,435.3

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 678.9 809.9

(1.) Gross government investment consists of general government and

government enterprise expenditures for fixed assets; change in

inventories is included in government consumption expenditures.

Table 5.2.6. Real Gross and Net Domestic Investment by Major Type,

Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Gross domestic investment 1 1,917.8 1,892.9

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 2 1,275.2 1,287.6

Equals: Net domestic investment 3 642.5 605.0

Gross private domestic investment 4 1,598.4 1,557.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 5 1,071.6 1,080.1

Equals: Net private domestic investment 6 526.8 477.1

Fixed investment 7 1,629.4 1,544.6

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 8 1,071.6 1,080.1

Equals: Net fixed investment 9 557.8 464.5

Nonresidential 10 1,180.5 1,071.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 11 903.7 908.6

Equals: Net nonresidential 12 276.8 162.9

Structures 13 306.1 253.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 14 183.1 178.8

Equals: Net structures 15 123.0 75.0

Equipment and software 16 874.2 820.2

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 17 720.7 730.4

Equals: Net equipment and software 18 153.5 89.8

Residential 19 448.5 469.9

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 20 168.0 171.5

Equals: Net residential 21 280.5 298.4

Change in private inventories 22 -31.7 12.5

Gross government investment (1) 23 319.3 335.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 24 203.6 207.5

Equals: Net government investment 25 115.7 128.0

Federal 26 -6.3 1.1

National defense 27 -9.3 -3.4

Nondefense 28 3.1 4.5

State and local 29 121.9 127.0

Structures 30 198.5 207.0

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 31 92.4 93.0

Equals: Net structures 32 106.1 114.0

Federal 33 -4.1 -3.0

National defense 34 -4.6 -4.8

Nondefense 35 0.5 1.8

State and local 36 110.2 117.0

Equipment and software 37 120.9 128.6

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 38 111.2 114.6

Equals: Net equipment and software 39 9.7 14.0

Federal 40 -2.1 4.1

National defense 41 -4.7 1.4

Nondefense 42 2.6 2.7

State and local 43 11.8 9.8

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 44 1,948.8 1,880.3

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 45 1,275.2 1,287.6

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 46 673.5 592.5

2003 2004

Gross domestic investment 1,959.8 2,160.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,320.0 1,391.6

Equals: Net domestic investment 639.6 768.2

Gross private domestic investment 1,617.4 1,809.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,107.7 1,174.0

Equals: Net private domestic investment 509.6 635.8

Fixed investment 1,600.0 1,755.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,107.7 1,174.0

Equals: Net fixed investment 492.3 581.1

Nonresidential 1,085.0 1,186.7

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 931.4 976.4

Equals: Net nonresidential 153.6 210.2

Structures 243.1 248.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 180.4 188.1

Equals: Net structures 62.7 60.3

Equipment and software 845.8 947.6

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 752.0 789.6

Equals: Net equipment and software 94.8 158.1

Residential 509.4 561.8

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 176.3 196.2

Equals: Net residential 333.1 365.6

Change in private inventories 15.5 52.0

Gross government investment (1) 342.2 350.1

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 212.3 217.7

Equals: Net government investment 129.9 132.4

Federal 5.1 11.2

National defense 0.8 7.0

Nondefense 4.3 4.3

State and local 125.2 122.0

Structures 208.4 205.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 95.0 97.0

Equals: Net structures 113.4 108.4

Federal -2.3 -3.6

National defense -4.2 -4.4

Nondefense 1.9 0.7

State and local 115.7 112.1

Equipment and software 134.3 146.4

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 117.3 120.8

Equals: Net equipment and software 16.9 25.5

Federal 7.4 15.2

National defense 5.1 11.5

Nondefense 2.4 3.6

State and local 9.4 10.1

Addenda:

Gross domestic fixed investment 1,942.5 2,105.5

Less: Consumption of fixed capital 1,320.0 1,391.6

Equals: Net domestic fixed investment 622.2 713.5

(1.) Gross government investment consists of general government and

government enterprise expenditures for fixed assets; change in

inventories is included in government consumption expenditures.

NOTE. Most chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product

of the chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of

the corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the

corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive.

Chained (2000) dollar estimates of net investment are calculated by

subtracting consump-tion of fixed capital from gross investment.

Table 5.3.1. Percent Change From Preceding Period in Real Private

Fixed Investment by Type

[Percent]

Line 2001 2002 2003 2004

Private fixed investment 1 -3.0 -5.2 3.6 9.7

Nonresidential 2 -4.2 -9.2 1.3 9.4

Structures 3 -2.3 -17.1 -4.2 2.2

Commercial and health care 4 -5.3 -15.7 -6.4 2.2

Manufacturing 5 -10.3 -41.6 -7.4 4.8

Power and communication 6 3.0 -2.4 -14.1 -11.7

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 7 17.8 -23.3 17.4 16.4

Other structures (1) 8 -4.7 -16.0 -4.1 0.5

Equipment and sottware 9 -4.9 -6.2 3.2 11.9

Information processing

equipment and software 10 -1.8 -4.7 5.1 13.6

Computers and peripheral

equipment 11 2.4 4.8 12.6 27.5

Software (2) 12 -1.3 -2.4 3.6 7.4

Other (3) 13 -4.4 -11.3 3.2 13.7

Industrial equipment 14 -8.5 -7.7 0.3 3.4

Transportation equipment 15 -11.2 -11.8 -2.3 12.7

Other equipment (4) 16 -3.3 -3.1 6.3 14.8

Residential 17 0.4 4.8 8.4 10.3

Structures 18 0.4 4.8 8.4 10.3

Permanent site 19 0.6 4.0 9.8 12.0

Single family 20 0.1 3.9 10.7 12.8

Multifamily 21 4.3 5.3 2.6 4.2

Other structures 22 0.0 6.0 6.4 7.6

Equipment 23 0.4 3.7 5.5 10.2

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 24 -0.7 -4.3 3.9 7.6

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 25 -4.8 -6.1 3.3 11.9

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 26 -1.3 -4.9 3.2 6.7

Nonresidential structures 27 -3.2 -16.1 -4.2 2.1

Residential structures 28 0.2 4.1 7.9 9.3

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2001 2002

IV I II III IV

Private fixed investment -10.6 -6.3 -1.4 -0.7 -1.4

Nonresidential -13.3 -12.8 -6.1 -2.0 -5.0

Structures -33.2 -19.0 -19.0 -15.5 -5.3

Commercial and health care -21.0 -7.7 -17.2 -13.3 -10.8

Manufacturing -62.8 -47.1 -35.4 -39.5 -8.6

Power and communication 27.5 10.3 -35.9 -33.9 6.2

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells -42.4 -57.4 -8.8 37.3 -0.4

Other structures (1) -58.4 -19.6 -3.1 -19.0 -5.0

Equipment and sottware -4.2 -10.4 -0.9 3.3 -4.9

Information processing

equipment and software -4.9 -6.0 2.0 6.7 -9.5

Computers and peripheral

equipment 28.1 21.1 -8.2 24.6 -4.8

Software (2) -10.7 -2.6 9.7 7.5 -10.4

Other (3) -11.9 -20.1 -0.6 -2.3 -10.9

Industrial equipment -14.0 1.0 -8.7 6.0 0.6

Transportation equipment 20.2 -32.9 -12.5 -6.2 -2.0

Other equipment (4) -14.2 -8.1 12.1 -0.3 1.5

Residential -3.7 10.4 9.5 2.0 6.4

Structures -3.9 10.4 9.6 2.1 6.5

Permanent site -7.3 6.4 13.4 4.1 4.6

Single family -9.2 6.0 14.0 4.9 5.9

Multifamily 9.4 9.3 8.3 -2.2 -5.0

Other structures 1.6 16.7 4.1 -0.9 9.5

Equipment 6.9 8.4 6.1 -4.5 1.0

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures -17.1 -2.1 -2.0 -4.6 2.2

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software -4.1 -10.3 -0.8 3.2 -4.8

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) -11.9 -5.2 -2.6 -3.6 0.5

Nonresidential structures -21.8 -19.0 -18.7 -15.1 -5.0

Residential structures -3.6 6.2 10.2 4.7 4.0

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2003 2004

I II III IV I

Private fixed investment 0.8 8.8 14.8 6.9 6.9

Nonresidential -1.1 8.4 11.2 4.4 7.9

Structures -8.4 13.3 -0.1 1.3 -3.5

Commercial and health care -11.5 3.6 7.2 1.5 -5.7

Manufacturing -7.3 35.9 -1.8 -1.3 -2.9

Power and communication -14.5 -16.6 -15.1 23.6 -14.8

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 14.0 59.6 7.5 -4.6 19.7

Other structures (1) -11.8 25.1 -6.9 -7.6 -7.7

Equipment and sottware 1.6 6.7 15.4 5.5 12.0

Information processing

equipment and software 5.8 5.5 23.0 14.6 17.1

Computers and peripheral

equipment 10.5 16.3 33.6 25.8 29.9

Software (2) 2.7 2.7 19.9 10.0 5.0

Other (3) 6.9 3.5 21.3 14.4 24.4

Industrial equipment 12.2 -9.1 -3.1 -11.0 16.9

Transportation equipment -20.1 36.9 0.9 -12.0 -2.2

Other equipment (4) 1.2 3.3 29.8 15.3 7.5

Residential 4.7 9.6 21.9 11.5 5.2

Structures 4.7 9.5 22.0 11.6 5.1

Permanent site 8.8 6.1 22.6 24.0 5.3

Single family 8.7 7.4 23.2 27.6 5.9

Multifamily 10.1 -4.3 17.5 -4.2 -0.5

Other structures -1.3 15.1 21.2 -5.8 4.7

Equipment 0.0 15.9 16.4 11.4 8.8

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 0.1 10.8 14.2 8.1 2.3

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 1.6 6.8 15.4 5.6 12.0

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 0.2 8.7 11.0 11.3 1.7

Nonresidential structures -8.8 13.5 -0.1 0.8 -3.7

Residential structures -5.9 6.0 18.0 17.6 4.7

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2004 2005

II III IV I II

Private fixed investment 15.1 8.4 7.2 7.0 9.3

Nonresidential 13.5 11.8 10.4 5.7 9.0

Structures 8.8 1.4 4.7 -2.0 3.1

Commercial and health care 17.5 -1.7 -8.4 3.3 -1.4

Manufacturing -11.6 16.3 94.2 9.9 1.7

Power and communication -41.2 8.5 -5.8 4.5 -19.9

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 43.4 -5.8 32.7 -3.9 33.2

Other structures (1) 17.2 6.3 -3.5 -17.1 0.3

Equipment and sottware 15.2 15.5 12.4 8.3 11.0

Information processing

equipment and software 10.3 8.4 9.2 20.3 12.0

Computers and peripheral

equipment 25.4 22.6 39.9 45.5 41.3

Software (2) 3.1 6.8 6.1 15.2 8.3

Other (3) 10.8 3.4 -1.5 13.0 1.4

Industrial equipment -4.1 27.3 4.8 18.8 -19.5

Transportation equipment 58.0 19.2 32.8 -11.2 40.8

Other equipment (4) 15.2 23.1 10.2 -10.0 15.2

Residential 17.8 2.6 1.6 9.5 9.8

Structures 17.9 2.5 1.5 9.6 10.0

Permanent site 13.8 5.6 0.6 14.2 2.6

Single family 14.3 5.0 0.0 11.3 3.4

Multifamily 8.4 11.3 6.8 45.3 -4.7

Other structures 25.1 -2.3 3.0 2.3 23.3

Equipment 5.5 10.8 8.8 -0.3 -0.8

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 15.0 2.2 2.5 5.9 7.8

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 15.1 15.5 12.4 8.2 10.9

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 8.9 3.7 3.3 7.4 2.1

Nonresidential structures 8.7 1.4 5.2 -2.1 3.1

Residential structures 9.1 4.9 2.3 12.6 1.5

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

(3.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(4.) Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oilfield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(5.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’

commissions on the sale of residential structures.

(6.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.3.2. Contributions to Percent Change in Real Private Fixed

Investment by Type

Line 2001 2002 2003 2004

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment 1 -3.1 -5.2 3.6 9.7

Percentage points at annual

rates:

Nonresidential 2 -3.05 -6.58 0.85 6.07

Structures 3 -0.43 -3.41 -0.75 0.37

Commercial and health care 4 -0.44 -1.3 -0.48 0.15

Manufacturing 5 -0.2 -0.76 -0.08 0.05

Power and communication 6 0.09 -0.07 -0.45 -0.31

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 7 0.32 -0.61 0.41 0.46

Other structures (1) 8 -0.2 -0.68 -0.15 0.02

Equipment and sottware 9 -2.62 -3.16 1.60 5.71

Information processing

equipment and software 10 -0.5 -1.22 1.27 3.25

Computers and peripheral

equipment 11 0.14 0.23 0.58 1.23

Software (2) 12 -0.14 -0.25 0.37 0.74

Other (3) 13 -0.49 -1.2 0.31 1.28

Industrial equipment 14 -0.81 -0.68 0.02 0.28

Transportation equipment 15 -1.06 -1.02 -0.19 0.99

Other equipment (4) 16 -0.26 -0.24 0.50 1.19

Residential 17 0.10 1.37 2.74 3.62

Structures 18 0.09 1.36 2.71 3.57

Permanent site 19 0.09 0.69 1.89 2.55

Single family 20 0.02 0.59 1.84 2.46

Multifamily 21 0.07 0.10 0.06 0.09

Other structures 22 0.00 0.67 0.82 1.02

Equipment 23 0.00 0.02 0.03 0.05

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 24 -0.34 -2.06 1.96 3.94

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 25 -2.62 -3.15 1.63 5.75

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 26 -0.54 -2.16 1.45 3.15

Nonresidential structures 27 -0.6 -3.18 -0.75 0.35

Residential structures 28 0.05 1.02 2.20 2.80

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2001 2002

IV I II III IV

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment -10.6 -0.3 -1.4 -0.7 -1.4

Percentage points at annual

rates:

Nonresidential -9.58 -9.37 -4.31 -1.35 -3.44

Structures -7.5 -3.77 -3.74 -2.92 -0.93

Commercial and health care -1.76 -0.61 -1.43 -1.05 -0.82

Manufacturing -1.55 -0.86 -0.53 -0.55 -0.09

Power and communication 0.80 0.34 -1.48 -1.25 0.18

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells -1.3 -1.81 -0.19 0.73 -0.01

Other structures (1) -3.69 -0.84 -0.12 -0.79 -0.19

Equipment and sottware -2.09 -5.6 -0.56 1.56 -2.52

Information processing

equipment and software -1.28! -1.74 0.38 1.57 -2.55

Computers and peripheral

equipment 1.17 0.96 -0.42 1.08 -0.24

Software (2) -1.16 -0.27 0.98 0.79 -1.16

Other (3) -1.29 -2.43 -0.18 -0.3 -1.15

Industrial equipment -1.25 0.09 -0.78 0.51 0.06

Transportation equipment 1.61 -3.31 -1.08 -0.49 -0.14

Other equipment (4) -1.16 -0.64 0.90 -0.03 0.12

Residential -1.06 3.05 2.89 0.65 2.06

Structures -1.09 3.01 2.86 0.67 2.05

Permanent site -1.27 1.14 2.36 0.78 0.89

Single family -1.44 0.95 2.19 0.82 0.99

Multifamily 0.17 0.18 0.17 -0.05 -0.11

Other structures 0.18 1.87 0.50 -0.11 1.17

Equipment 0.03 0.04 0.03 -0.02 0.00

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures -8.59 -0.76 -0.88 -2.24 1.13

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software -2.05 -5.56 -0.53 1.54 -2.51

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) -5.31 -2.17 -1.04 -1.56 0.25

Nonresidential structures -4.44 -3.77 -3.68 -2.83 -0.87

Residential structures -0.87 1.60 2.64 1.27 1.12

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2003 2004

I II III IV I

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment 0.8 8.8 14.8 6.9 6.9

Percentage points at annual

rates:

Nonresidential -0.7 5.52 7.47 2.91 5.10

Structures -1.51 2.23 -0.02 0.23 -0.56

Commercial and health care -0.86 0.25 0.48 0.10 -0.38

Manufacturing -0.08 0.33 -0.02 -0.01 -0.03

Power and communication -0.45 -0.49 -0.43 0.54 -0.4

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 0.33 1.30 0.21 -0.13 0.52

Other structures (1) -0.46 0.84 -0.26 -0.27 -0.27

Equipment and sottware 0.81 3.30 7.49 2.68 5.65

Information processing

equipment and software 1.40 1.35 5.41 3.41 4.02

Computers and peripheral

equipment 0.46 0.72 1.44 1.11 1.32

Software (2) 0.28 0.29 2.00 0.99 0.50

Other (3) 0.66 0.34 1.97 1.32 2.20

Industrial equipment 1.01 -0.81 -0.25 -0.92 1.26

Transportation equipment -1.7 2.49 0.06 -1.02 -0.24

Other equipment (4) 0.10 0.27 2.27 1.20 0.62

Residential 1.51 3.26 7.33 3.98 1.85

Structures 1.51 3.19 7.26 3.93 1.81

Permanent site 1.68 1.27 4.50 4.72 1.19

Single family 1.48 1.36 4.13 4.81 1.20

Multifamily 0.20 -0.09 0.37 -0.09 -0.01

Other structures -0.17 1.93 2.76 -0.79 0.62

Equipment 0.00 0.07 0.08 0.05 0.04

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 0.00 5.42 7.24 4.15 1.26

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 0.81 3.37 7.56 2.73 5.69

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 0.04 4.03 5.17 5.12 0.86

Nonresidential structures -1.59 2.25 -0.02 0.15 -0.59

Residential structures 1.63 1.77 5.19 4.97 1.45

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2004 2005

II III IV I II

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment 15.1 8.4 7.2 7.0 9.3

Percentage points at annual

rates:

Nonresidential 8.74 7.44 6.59 3.64 5.79

Structures 1.46 0.23 0.75 -0.32 0.51

Commercial and health care 1.10 -0.11 -0.57 0.21 -0.09

Manufacturing -0.12 0.14 0.69 0.11 0.02

Power and communication -1.18 0.17 -0.12 0.09 -0.43

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 1.11 -0.18 0.87 -0.13 1.01

Other structures (1) 0.54 0.21 -0.12 -0.6 0.01

Equipment and sottware 7.27 7.21 5.83 3.96 5.27

Information processing

equipment and software 2.56 2.01 2.15 4.43 2.76

Computers and peripheral

equipment 1.18 1.03 1.71 1.94 1.85

Software (2) 0.31 0.65 0.58 1.35 0.78

Other (3) 1.06 0.33 -0.14 1.14 0.13

Industrial equipment -0.31 1.93 0.38 1.40 -1.67

Transportation equipment 3.79 1.46 2.45 -0.99 2.97

Other equipment (4) 1.24 1.81 0.85 -0.88 1.22

Residential 6.33 0.98 0.59 3.36 3.52

Structures 6.30 0.93 0.55 3.36 3.53

Permanent site 3.08 1.25 0.14 3.06 0.59

Single family 2.91 1.02 0.00 2.23 0.69

Multifamily 0.18 0.23 0.14 0.83 -0.1

Other structures 3.22 -0.31 0.41 0.31 2.94

Equipment 0.03 0.05 0.04 0.00 0.00

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 7.76 1.16 1.30 3.04 4.04

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 7.30 7.26 5.87 3.96 5.27

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 4.33 1.74 1.55 3.42 1.01

Nonresidential structures 1.45 0.23 0.83 -0.33 0.51

Residential structures 2.88 1.51 0.72 3.75 0.51

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

(3.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(4.) Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oilfield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(5.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’commissions

on the sale of residential structures.

(6.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.3.3. Real Private Fixed Investment by Type, Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002 2003

Private fixed investment 1 97.047 91.997 95.297

Nonresidential 2 95.817 86.969 88.063

Structures 3 97.737 81.029 77.621

Commercial and health care 4 94.712 79.824 74.713

Manufacturing 5 89.717 52.375 48.525

Power and communication 6 103.046 100.586 86.420

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 7 117.792 90.329 106.049

Other structures (1) 8 95.303 80.039 76.785

Equipment and software 9 95.136 89.265 92.154

Information processing

equipment and software 10 98.165 93.534 98.314

Computers and peripheral

equipment 11 102.399 107.324 120.846

Software (2) 12 98.655 96.311 99.752

Other (3) 13 95.596 84.755 87.466

Industrial equipment 14 91.494 84.493 84.716

Transportation equipment 15 88.808 78.347 76.507

Other equipment (4) 16 96.726 93.702 99.599

Residential 17 100.357 105.149 113.989

Structures 18 100.356 105.165 114.051

Permanent site 19 100.587 104.637 114.874

Single family 20 100.145 104.025 115.115

Multifamily 21 104.331 109.838 112.735

Other structures (5) 22 100.005 105.974 112.777

Equipment 23 100.399 104.111 109.868

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 24 99.265 95.037 98.756

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 25 95.178 89.386 92.298

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 26 98.714 93.916 96.887

Nonresidential structures 27 96.849 81.231 77.844

Residential structures 28 100.232 104.368 112.594

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Private fixed investment 104.534 93.924 92.405 92.076

Nonresidential 96.314 91.569 88.489 87.116

Structures 79.314 90.968 86.299 81.879

Commercial and health care 76.354 86.435 84.725 80.816

Manufacturing 50.864 70.999 60.548 54.272

Power and communication 76.316 111.506 114.283 102.248

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 123.477 109.308 88.308 86.296

Other structures (1) 77.197 87.535 82.887 82.231

Equipment and software 103.126 91.831 89.335 89.130

Information processing

equipment and software 111.723 94.463 93.015 93.475

Computers and peripheral

equipment 154.137 101.429 106.402 104.156

Software (2) 107.171 95.052 94.431 96.641

Other (3) 99.409 90.649 85.710 85.572

Industrial equipment 87.556 85.073 85.290 83.372

Transportation equipment 86.219 89.546 81.058 78.396

Other equipment (4) 114.335 93.622 91.667 94.317

Residential 125.714 100.206 102.707 105.066

Structures 125.784 100.187 102.695 105.067

Permanent site 128.605 99.829 101.391 104.622

Single family 129.876 99.052 100.514 103.865

Multifamily 117.433 106.450 108.850 111.051

Other structures (5) 121.390 100.735 104.693 105.746

Equipment 121.085 101.430 103.493 105.037

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 106.293 96.340 95.835 95.342

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 103.272 91.908 89.450 89.260

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 103.392 96.059 94.773 94.158

Nonresidential structures 79.452 91.080 86.396 82.037

Residential structures 123.099 100.122 101.637 104.134

Seasonally adjusted

2002 2003

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 91.914 91.593 91.779 93.732

Nonresidential 86.687 85.584 85.353 87.082

Structures 78.500 77.438 75.763 78.173

Commercial and health care 77.973 75.781 73.508 74.157

Manufacturing 47.871 46.810 45.930 49.592

Power and communication 92.206 93.606 90.019 86.019

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 93.407 93.306 96.413 108.374

Other structures (1) 78.021 77.018 74.644 78.937

Equipment and software 89.855 88.739 89.097 90.549

Information processing

equipment and software 94.994 92.654 93.965 95.232

Computers and peripheral

equipment 110.039 108.699 111.441 115.738

Software (2) 98.415 95.756 96.397 97.051

Other (3) 85.080 82.657 84.057 84.784

Industrial equipment 84.593 84.719 87.184 85.140

Transportation equipment 77.160 76.774 72.585 78.518

Other equipment (4) 94.237 94.586 94.873 95.638

Residential 105.582 107.242 108.474 110.989

Structures 105.609 107.291 108.541 111.035

Permanent site 105.668 106.868 109.154 110.780

Single family 105.107 106.613 108.856 110.812

Multifamily 110.430 109.022 111.681 110.467

Other structures (5) 105.518 107.938 107.591 111.433

Equipment 103.831 104.082 104.083 107.986

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 94.224 94.746 94.772 97.234

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 89.969 88.864 89.219 90.691

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 93.308 93.424 93.474 95.447

Nonresidential structures 78.744 77.745 75.978 78.429

Residential structures 105.327 106.375 107.917 109.491

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 97.023 98.652 100.323 103.905

Nonresidential 89.423 90.394 92.126 95.095

Structures 78.146 78.400 77.704 79.361

Commercial and health care 75.451 75.735 74.641 77.709

Manufacturing 49.371 49.207 48.843 47.361

Power and communication 82.576 87.065 83.643 73.236

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 110.346 109.063 114.076 124.836

Other structures (1) 77.535 76.024 74.512 77.522

Equipment and software 93.852 95.117 97.851 101.364

Information processing

equipment and software 100.286 103.772 107.951 110.636

Computers and peripheral

equipment 124.428 131.774 140.673 148.867

Software (2) 101.555 104.005 105.291 106.086

Other (3) 88.984 92.036 97.204 99.719

Industrial equipment 84.480 82.062 85.325 84.441

Transportation equipment 78.702 76.224 75.795 84.980

Other equipment (4) 102.091 105.794 107.725 111.604

Residential 116.631 119.861 121.376 126.441

Structures 116.698 119.931 121.432 126.545

Permanent site 116.559 123.004 124.611 128.700

Single family 116.734 124.058 125.861 130.150

Multifamily 115.012 113.780 113.642 115.949

Other structures (5) 116.912 115.171 116.489 123.204

Equipment 112.162 115.239 117.687 119.277

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 100.514 102.502 103.086 106.757

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 94.002 95.280 98.012 101.510

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 97.980 100.648 101.069 103.256

Nonresidential structures 78.403 78.566 77.829 79.471

Residential structures 114.124 118.843 120.205 122.838

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 106.027 107.880 109.722 112.190

Nonresidential 97.790 100.246 101.633 103.853

Structures 79.635 80.554 80.145 80.768

Commercial and health care 77.374 75.693 76.307 76.038

Manufacturing 49.188 58.065 59.452 59.696

Power and communication 74.744 73.642 74.454 70.438

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 122.996 132.002 130.707 140.428

Other structures (1) 78.722 78.030 74.460 74.507

Equipment and software 105.087 108.201 110.376 113.301

Information processing

equipment and software 112.898 115.408 120.857 124.325

Computers and peripheral

equipment 156.641 170.366 187.116 204.002

Software (2) 107.845 109.464 113.411 115.700

Other (3) 100.550 100.162 103.280 103.651

Industrial equipment 89.695 90.762 94.766 89.768

Transportation equipment 88.787 95.313 92.529 100.791

Other equipment (4) 117.561 120.448 117.325 121.556

Residential 127.267 127.772 130.695 133.790

Structures 127.341 127.819 130.781 133.920

Permanent site 130.454 130.654 135.073 135.931

Single family 131.746 131.747 135.332 136.464

Multifamily 119.089 121.052 132.906 131.329

Other structures (5) 122.479 123.390 124.080 130.759

Equipment 122.387 124.989 124.882 124.627

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 107.335 107.995 109.546 111.625

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 105.228 108.338 110.496 113.395

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 104.198 105.045 106.933 107.482

Nonresidential structures 79.745 80.761 80.340 80.956

Residential structures 124.319 125.033 128.809 129.301

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers

and other equipment.

(3.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(4.) Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oilfield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(5.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of residential structures.

(6.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.3.4. Price Indexes for Private Fixed Investment by Type

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002 2003

Private fixed investment 1 101.023 101.660 103.432

Nonresidential 2 99.683 99.513 99.764

Structures 3 105.403 110.030 113.889

Commercial and health care 4 103.567 106.346 109.357

Manufacturing 5 103.502 106.635 108.466

Power and communication 6 102.893 105.224 107.739

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 7 122.364 145.169 157.945

Other structures (1) 8 104.230 106.467 109.340

Equipment and software 9 97.708 95.956 95.133

Information processing

equipment and software 10 95.204 91.313 88.257

Computers and peripheral

equipment 11 82.192 70.950 63.273

Software (2) 12 100.496 98.792 96.735

Other (3) 13 97.437 95.953 95.186

Industrial equipment 14 100.677 100.852 101.662

Transportation equipment 15 99.211 100.236 103.914

Other equipment (4) 16 101.454 102.244 103.174

Residential 17 104.633 107.240 112.379

Structures 18 104.709 107.369 112.637

Permanent site 19 104.797 107.753 113.538

Single family 20 105.042 107.945 113.939

Multifamily 21 102.789 106.163 110.228

Other structures (5) 22 104.575 106.786 111.267

Equipment 23 100.118 99.558 96.797

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 24 104.995 108.410 113.204

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 25 97.728 95.987 95.145

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 26 104.901 108.399 113.198

Nonresidential structures 27 105.410 110.062 113.941

Residential structures 28 104.497 107.175 112.513

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Private fixed investment 106.697 101.427 101.348 101.480

Nonresidential 101.025 99.564 99.542 99.485

Structures 120.124 107.069 108.065 109.455

Commercial and health care 116.112 105.069 105.363 106.010

Manufacturing 113.535 105.258 105.726 106.460

Power and communication 111.944 103.742 104.269 104.766

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 167.444 126.550 133.502 142.785

Other structures (1) 114.805 105.750 105.752 106.162

Equipment and software 95.022 96.964 96.607 96.087

Information processing

equipment and software 85.559 93.427 92.652 91.578

Computers and peripheral

equipment 58.577 76.270 73.861 72.302

Software (2) 94.540 100.088 99.712 98.485

Other (3) 93.659 96.715 96.626 96.071

Industrial equipment 104.261 100.813 100.642 100.639

Transportation equipment 109.542 99.710 100.149 100.676

Other equipment (4) 104.117 102.032 102.123 101.930

Residential 119.935 106.377 106.151 106.720

Structures 120.357 106.483 106.252 106.840

Permanent site 122.059 107.049 106.640 107.174

Single family 122.771 107.340 106.858 107.339

Multifamily 116.000 104.574 104.766 105.674

Other structures (5) 117.728 105.623 105.661 106.332

Equipment 94.208 100.047 100.138 99.568

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 120.461 106.723 106.979 107.867

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 95.011 96.990 96.637 96.116

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 120.753 106.749 106.986 107.858

Nonresidential structures 120.218 107.080 108.087 109.485

Residential structures 120.741 106.483 106.141 106.653

Seasonally adjusted

2002 2003

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 101.532 102.279 103.071 102.933

Nonresidential 99.380 99.645 99.676 99.436

Structures 110.612 111.988 113.093 113.182

Commercial and health care 106.393 107.617 108.872 108.768

Manufacturing 106.803 107.841 108.755 108.183

Power and communication 105.735 106.127 107.109 107.653

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 150.036 154.353 154.764 155.357

Other structures (1) 106.425 107.528 108.878 108.864

Equipment and software 95.598 95.534 95.251 94.916

Information processing

equipment and software 90.881 90.140 89.179 88.743

Computers and peripheral

equipment 69.901 67.736 65.269 63.787

Software (2) 98.603 98.368 97.507 97.487

Other (3) 95.686 95.428 95.455 95.348

Industrial equipment 101.006 101.120 101.357 101.527

Transportation equipment 99.165 100.953 101.906 100.741

Other equipment (4) 102.314 102.609 102.940 103.214

Residential 107.130 108.960 111.420 111.508

Structures 107.262 109.121 111.639 111.752

Permanent site 107.481 109.717 112.809 112.575

Single family 107.625 109.878 113.043 112.873

Multifamily 106.097 108.121 110.443 109.623

Other structures (5) 106.929 108.221 109.860 110.503

Equipment 99.264 99.262 98.184 96.731

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 108.551 110.245 112.277 112.376

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 95.629 95.565 95.275 94.929

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 108.505 110.248 112.393 112.354

Nonresidential structures 110.648 112.030 113.142 113.231

Residential structures 106.974 108.932 111.697 111.594

Seasonally adjusted

2003 2004

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 103.370 104.354 105.263 106.448

Nonresidential 99.733 100.211 100.502 100.958

Structures 113.996 115.287 117.279 119.230

Commercial and health care 109.154 110.632 112.884 115.281

Manufacturing 108.029 108.921 110.132 112.241

Power and communication 108.020 108.175 108.635 111.315

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 159.574 162.085 166.089 165.770

Other structures (1) 109.211 110.406 112.113 114.101

Equipment and software 95.061 95.304 95.121 95.168

Information processing

equipment and software 88.019 87.088 86.447 85.860

Computers and peripheral

equipment 62.583 61.454 60.546 59.495

Software (2) 96.682 95.262 94.916 94.650

Other (3) 95.089 94.852 94.127 93.609

Industrial equipment 101.762 102.002 103.023 103.793

Transportation equipment 103.945 109.063 109.359 109.969

Other equipment (4) 103.332 103.210 103.002 104.067

Residential 112.261 114.330 116.561 119.294

Structures 112.521 114.637 116.913 119.699

Permanent site 113.150 115.620 118.373 121.586

Single family 113.520 116.074 118.945 122.238

Multifamily 109.551 111.287 113.089 115.609

Other structures (5) 111.569 113.137 114.658 116.770

Equipment 96.538 95.733 95.140 94.627

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 113.155 115.007 117.199 119.729

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 95.072 95.305 95.117 95.160

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 113.049 114.998 117.352 120.083

Nonresidential structures 114.046 115.346 117.353 119.319

Residential structures 112.228 114.534 117.066 120.193

Seasonally adjusted

2004 2005

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 107.248 107.831 108.522 109.082

Nonresidential 101.185 101.455 102.244 102.713

Structures 121.159 122.827 125.876 128.813

Commercial and health care 117.373 118.912 120.213 121.831

Manufacturing 114.475 116.655 117.930 119.518

Power and communication 113.169 114.659 116.260 117.858

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 167.608 170.310 183.991 195.153

Other structures (1) 115.836 117.171 118.366 119.806

Equipment and software 94.945 94.854 95.067 94.926

Information processing

equipment and software 85.388 84.540 83.958 83.296

Computers and peripheral

equipment 57.991 56.274 53.972 52.004

Software (2) 94.704 93.892 94.243 94.490

Other (3) 93.484 93.418 93.564 93.371

Industrial equipment 104.589 105.639 106.962 108.216

Transportation equipment 109.002 109.839 110.053 109.139

Other equipment (4) 104.426 104.975 106.952 108.181

Residential 121.312 122.574 123.062 123.821

Structures 121.765 123.050 123.509 124.262

Permanent site 123.702 124.574 124.574 125.431

Single family 124.411 125.311 125.311 126.173

Multifamily 117.242 117.886 117.886 118.697

Other structures (5) 118.763 120.719 121.926 122.513

Equipment 93.639 93.426 95.785 96.864

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 121.756 123.162 124.417 125.832

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 94,930 94.838 95.070 94.940

Private fixed investment in

new structures (6) 122.153 123.424 124.614 126.231

Nonresidential structures 121.260 122.941 126.002 128.952

Residential structures 122.326 123.380 123.605 124.543

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

(3.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(4). Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oifield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(5.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of residential structures.

(6.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.3.5. Private Fixed Investment by Type

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002 2003

Private fixed investment 1 1,646.1 1,570.2 1,654.9

Nonresidential 2 1,176.8 1,066.3 1,082.4

Structures 3 322.6 279.2 276.9

Commercial and health care 4 134.9 116.8 112.4

Manufacturing 5 29.5 17.8 16.7

Power and communication 6 49.6 49.5 43.6

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 7 39.2 35.6 45.5

Other structures (1) 8 69.4 59.5 58.7

Equipment and software 9 854.2 787.1 805.6

Information processing

equipment and software 10 437.0 399.4 405.7

Computers and peripheral

equipment 11 85.4 77.2 77.6

Software (2) 12 174.7 167.6 170.0

Other (3) 13 177.0 154.5 158.2

Industrial equipment 14 146.7 135.7 137.1

Transportation equipment 15 141.7 126.3 127.9

Other equipment (4) 16 128.8 125.7 134.8

Residential 17 469.3 503.9 572.5

Structures 18 461.9 496.3 564.7

Permanent site 19 279.4 298.8 345.7

Single family 20 249.1 265.9 310.6

Multifamily 21 30.3 33.0 35.1

Other structures 22 182.5 197.5 219.0

Equipment 23 7.4 7.6 7.8

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 24 784.5 775.5 841.5

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 25 861.6 794.7 813.4

Private fixed investment in

new structures (5) 26 721.9 709.7 764.6

Nonresidential structures 27 318.7 279.1 276.9

Residential structures 28 403.2 430.7 487.7

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Private fixed investment 1,872.6 1,599.6 1,572.4 1,568.8

Nonresidential 1,198.8 1,123.2 1,085.2 1,067.8

Structures 298.4 305.2 292.2 280.9

Commercial and health care 121.9 125.0 122.9 117.9

Manufacturing 18.4 23.8 20.4 18.4

Power and communication 40.0 54.1 55.8 50.2

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 56.2 37.6 32.0 33.4

Other structures (1) 61.9 64.7 61.2 61.0

Equipment and software 900.4 818.1 793.0 787.0

Information processing

equipment and software 447.0 412.5 402.9 400.3

Computers and peripheral

equipment 91.6 78.4 79.7 76.4

Software (2) 178.5 167.6 165.9 167.7

Other (3) 176.9 166.5 157.3 156.2

Industrial equipment 145.3 136.6 136.7 133.6

Transportation equipment 151.9 143.7 130.6 126.9

Other equipment (4) 156.2 125.3 122.8 126.1

Residential 673.8 476.3 487.2 501.0

Structures 665.4 468.9 479.6 493.3

Permanent site 416.1 283.2 286.6 297.2

Single family 377.6 251.8 254.3 264.0

Multifamily 38.5 31.5 32.2 33.2

Other structures 249.4 185.6 193.0 196.2

Equipment 8.4 7.5 7.6 7.7

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 963.8 774.0 771.8 774.2

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 908.8 825.5 800.6 794.7

Private fixed investment in

new structures (5) 870.4 715.0 707.0 708.1

Nonresidential structures 298.1 304.6 291.7 280.5

Residential structures 572.2 410.4 415.3 427.5

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2002 2003

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 1,566.8 1,572.8 1,588.2 1,619.7

Nonresidential 1,061.4 1,050.7 1,048.2 1,066.8

Structures 272.1 271.7 268.4 277.1

Commercial and health care 114.1 112.2 110.1 110.9

Manufacturing 16.3 16.1 15.9 17.1

Power and communication 45.7 46.5 45.1 43.3

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 38.0 39.1 40.5 45.7

Other structures (1) 58.0 57.9 56.8 60.0

Equipment and software 789.3 779.0 779.8 789.7

Information processing

equipment and software 403.7 390.6 392.0 395.3

Computers and peripheral

equipment 78.1 74.8 73.9 75.0

Software (2) 171.0 166.0 165.6 166.7

Other (3) 154.7 149.9 152.5 153.6

Industrial equipment 136.0 136.4 140.7 137.6

Transportation equipment 123.1 124.7 119.0 127.2

Other equipment (4) 126.5 127.3 128.1 129.5

Residential 505.4 522.1 540.0 552.9

Structures 497.8 514.5 532.4 545.2

Permanent site 301.0 310.7 326.2 330.4

Single family 267.9 277.4 291.4 296.2

Multifamily 33.1 33.3 34.9 34.2

Other structures 196.9 203.8 206.2 214.8

Equipment 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.7

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 769.9 786.2 800.8 822.3

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 796.9 786.6 787.3 797.4

Private fixed investment in

new structures (5) 705.8 718.0 732.3 747.4

Nonresidential structures 272.1 272.0 268.4 277.2

Residential structures 433.7 446.0 463.9 470.2

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2003 2004

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 1,683.7 1,728.2 1,772.7 1,856.6

Nonresidential 1,098.8 1,116.0 1,140.7 1,182.7

Structures 279.0 283.0 285.3 296.3

Commercial and health care 113.3 115.2 115.9 123.2

Manufacturing 17.0 17.0 17.1 16.9

Power and communication 41.8 44.1 42.6 38.2

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 47.8 48.0 51.5 56.2

Other structures (1) 59.2 58.6 58.3 61.8

Equipment and software 819.8 833.0 855.3 886.5

Information processing

equipment and software 412.9 422.8 436.5 444.3

Computers and peripheral

equipment 79.1 82.3 86.6 90.0

Software (2) 173.0 174.6 176.1 176.9

Other (3) 160.8 165.9 173.9 177.4

Industrial equipment 136.9 133.3 139.9 139.5

Transportation equipment 131.6 133.7 133.3 150.3

Other equipment (4) 138.4 143.3 145.6 152.4

Residential 584.9 612.2 632.0 673.9

Structures 576.9 604.1 623.8 665.5

Permanent site 349.4 376.8 390.8 414.6

Single family 313.8 341.0 354.5 376.7

Multifamily 35.6 35.8 36.3 37.9

Other structures 227.5 227.3 233.0 251.0

Equipment 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 855.9 887.1 909.1 961.8

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 827.8 841.1 863.5 894.8

Private fixed investment in

new structures (5) 772.0 806.6 826.6 864.2

Nonresidential structures 279.1 282.8 285.0 295.9

Residential structures 492.9 523.8 541.6 568.3

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

2004 2005

III IV I II

Private fixed investment 1,908.7 1,952.6 1,998.7 2,054.2

Nonresidential 1,219.0 1,252.9 1,280.1 1,314.1

Structures 302.1 309.8 315.9 325.8

Commercial and health care 124.9 123.8 126.2 127.4

Manufacturing 17.9 21.5 22.3 22.7

Power and communication 39.6 39.6 40.6 38.9

Mining exploration, shafts,

and wells 56.0 61.1 65.3 74.4

Other structures (1) 63.7 63.8 61.5 62.3

Equipment and software 916.9 943.1 964.3 988.3

Information processing

equipment and software 450.9 456.3 474.6 484.3

Computers and peripheral

equipment 92.3 97.5 102.7 107.8

Software (2) 179.9 181.1 188.3 192.6

Other (3) 178.6 177.8 183.6 183.9

Industrial equipment 149.3 152.6 161.3 154.6

Transportation equipment 155.6 168.4 163.8 176.9

Other equipment (4) 161.0 165.8 164.6 172.5

Residential 689.7 699.7 718.5 740.1

Structures 681.3 691.1 709.7 731.2

Permanent site 427.6 431.2 445.8 451.8

Single family 388.1 390.9 401.6 407.7

Multifamily 39.5 40.3 44.3 44.1

Other structures 253.7 259.8 263.9 279.4

Equipment 8.4 8.6 8.8 8.9

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 983.4 1,000.9 1,025.6 1,056.9

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 925.3 951.7 9,731.0 997.2

Private fixed investment in

new structures (5) 887.1 903.6 928.7 945.6

Nonresidential structures 301.8 309.8 315.9 325.8

Residential structures 585.3 593.8 612.8 619.8

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded;’ or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

(3.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(4.) Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oilfield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(5.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of residential structures.

(6.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.3.6. Real Private Fixed Investment by Type, Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment 1 1,629.4 1,544.6

Nonresidential 2 1,180.5 1,071.5

Structures 3 306.1 253.8

Commercial and health care 4 130.3 109.8

Manufacturing 5 28.5 16.7

Power and communication 6 48.2 47.1

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 7 32.0 24.5

Other structures (1) 8 66.6 55.9

Equipment and software 9 874.2 820.2

Information processing equipment

and software 10 459.0 437.4

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2) 11

Software (3) 12 173.8 169.7

Other (4) 13 181.7 161.1

Industrial equipment 14 145.7 134.5

Transportation equipment 15 142.8 126.0

Other equipment (5) 16 126.9 122.9

Residential 17 448.5 469.9

Structures 18 441.1 462.2

Permanent site 19 266.6 277.3

Single family 20 237.1 246.3

Multifamily 21 29.5 31.0

Other structures (6) 22 174.5 184.9

Equipment 23 7.4 7.7

Residual 24 0.5 -2.4

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 25 747.2 715.4

Private fixed in equipment and

software 26 881.6 827.9

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 27 688.2 654.7

Nonresidential structures 28 302.3 253.6

Residential structures 29 385.9 401.8

Season-

ally

adjust-

ed at

annual

rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Private fixed investment 1,600.0 1,755.1 1,577.0

Nonresidential 1,085.0 1,186.7 1,128.2

Structures 243.1 248.4 284.9

Commercial and health care 102.8 105.0 118.9

Manufacturing 15.4 16.2 22.6

Power and communication 40.5 35.8 52.2

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 28.8 33.5 29.7

Other structures (1) 53.6 53.9 61.1

Equipment and software 846.8 947.6 843.8

Information processing equipment

and software 459.7 522.4 441.7

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 175.7 188.8 167.4

Other (4) 166.2 188.9 172.2

Industrial equipment 134.9 135.4 135.4

Transportation equipment 123.1 138.7 144.0

Other equipment (5) 130.7 150.0 122.8

Residential 509.4 561.8 447.8

Structures 501.3 552.9 440.4

Permanent site 304.5 340.9 264.6

Single family 272.6 307.5 234.5

Multifamily 31.9 33.2 30.1

Other structures (6) 196.8 211.8 175.8

Equipment 8.1 8.9 7.5

Residual -3.7 -12.8 -0.1

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 743.4 800.1 725.2

Private fixed in equipment and

software 854.9 956.6 851.3

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 675.4 720.8 669.7

Nonresidential structures 243.0 248.0 284.3

Residential structures 433.5 473.9 385.5

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002

I II III

Private fixed investment 1,551.5 1,545.9 1,543.2

Nonresidential 1,090.3 1,073.3 1,068.0

Structures 270.3 256.4 245.8

Commercial and health care 116.5 111.2 107.3

Manufacturing 19.3 17.3 15.2

Power and communication 53.5 47.9 43.2

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 24.0 23.4 25.4

Other structures (1) 57.9 57.4 54.5

Equipment and software 820.9 819.0 825.7

Information processing equipment

and software 435.0 437.1 444.2

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 166.3 170.2 173.4

Other (4) 162.9 162.6 161.7

Industrial equipment 135.8 132.7 134.7

Transportation equipment 130.4 126.1 124.1

Other equipment (5) 120.3 123.8 123.6

Residential 459.0 469.5 471.8

Structures 451.4 461.8 464.2

Permanent site 268.7 277.3 280.1

Single family 238.0 245.9 248.9

Multifamily 30.8 31.4 31.2

Other structures (6) 182.7 184.5 184.1

Equipment 7.6 7.7 7.6

Residual -2.4 -1.9 -3.3

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 721.4 717.7 709.2

Private fixed in equipment and

software 828.5 826.8 833.3

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 660.7 656.4 650.5

Nonresidential structures 269.7 256.1 245.8

Residential structures 391.3 400.9 405.5

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002 2003

IV I II

Private fixed investment 1,537.8 1,540.9 1,573.7

Nonresidential 1,054.5 1,051.6 1,072.9

Structures 242.5 237.3 244.8

Commercial and health care 104.2 101.1 102.0

Manufacturing 14.9 14.6 15.8

Power and communication 43.8 42.1 40.3

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 25.4 26.2 29.4

Other structures (1) 53.8 52.1 55.1

Equipment and software 815.4 818.7 832.0

Information processing equipment

and software 433.3 439.4 445.3

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 168.7 169.8 171.0

Other (4) 157.1 159.7 161.1

Industrial equipment 134.9 138.8 135.6

Transportation equipment 123.5 116.7 126.3

Other equipment (5) 124.1 124.5 125.5

Residential 479.3 484.8 496.0

Structures 471.6 477.1 488.0

Permanent site 283.3 289.3 293.6

Single family 252.4 257.8 262.4

Multifamily 30.8 31.6 31.2

Other structures (6) 188.3 187.7 194.4

Equipment 7.7 7.7 7.9

Residual -2.1 -2.5 -1.7

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 713.2 713.4 731.9

Private fixed in equipment and

software 823.1 826.4 840.0

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 651.3 651.6 665.4

Nonresidential structures 242.7 237.2 244.8

Residential structures 409.5 415.5 421.5

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2003 2004

III IV I

Private fixed investment 1,629.0 1,656.3 1,684.4

Nonresidential 1,101.8 1,113.7 1,135.1

Structures 244.7 245.5 243.4

Commercial and health care 103.8 104.2 102.7

Manufacturing 15.7 15.6 15.5

Power and communication 38.7 40.8 39.2

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 30.0 29.6 31.0

Other structures (1) 54.2 53.1 52.1

Equipment and software 862.4 874.0 899.1

Information processing equipment

and software 469.0 485.3 504.8

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 178.9 183.2 185.5

Other (4) 169.1 174.9 184.7

Industrial equipment 134.5 130.7 135.9

Transportation equipment 126.6 122.6 121.9

Other equipment (5) 134.0 141.3

Residential 521.2 535.7 542.4

Structures 512.9 527.1 533.7

Permanent site 308.9 326.0 330.3

Single family 276.4 293.8 298.0

Multifamily 32.5 32.2 32.1

Other structures (6) 204.0 201.0 203.3

Equipment 8.3 8.5 8.7

Residual -3.9 -6.4 -10.2

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 756.6 771.6 776.0

Private fixed in equipment and

software 870.7 882.5 907.8

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 683.1 701.7 704.6

Nonresidential structures 244.7 245.2 242.9

Residential structures 439.4 457.5 462.8

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004

II III IV

Private fixed investment 1,744.5 1,780.2 1,811.3

Nonresidential 1,171.6 1,204.8 1,235.1

Structures 248.5 249.4 252.3

Commercial and health care 106.9 106.4 104.1

Manufacturing 15.1 15.6 18.5

Power and communication 34.3 35.0 34.5

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 33.9 33.4 35.9

Other structures (1) 54.3 55.0 54.5

Equipment and software 931.5 965.6 994.2

Information processing equipment

and software 517.5 527.9 539.7

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 186.9 190.0 192.8

Other (4) 189.5 191.1 190.3

Industrial equipment 134.4 142.8 144.5

Transportation equipment 136.7 142.8 153.3

Other equipment (5) 146.4 154.3 158.0

Residential 565.2 568.8 571.0

Structures 556.3 559.7 561.8

Permanent site 341.1 345.8 346.3

Single family 308.2 312.0 312.0

Multifamily 32.8 33.7 34.2

Other structures (6) 215.0 213.7 215.3

Equipment 8.9 9.0 9.2

Residual -9.6 -13.5 -18.6

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 803.6 807.9 812.9

Private fixed in equipment and

software 940.2 974.7 1,003.5

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 719.9 726.4 732.3

Nonresidential structures 248.1 248.9 252.1

Residential structures 472.9 478.6 481.4

Seasonally adjusted

at annual rates

2005

I II

Private fixed investment 1,842.2 1,883.6

Nonresidential 1,252.2 1,279.5

Structures 251.0 253.0

Commercial and health care 105.0 104.6

Manufacturing 18.9 19.0

Power and communication 34.9 33.0

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 35.5 38.2

Other structures (1) 52.0 52.0

Equipment and software 1,014.2 1,041.1

Information processing equipment

and software 565.1 581.4

Computers and peripheral

equipment (2)

Software (3) 199.8 203.8

Other (4) 196.3 197.0

Industrial equipment 150.9 142.9

Transportation equipment 148.8 162.1

Other equipment (5) 153.9 159.5

Residential 584.1 597.9

Structures 574.8 588.6

Permanent site 358.0 360.3

Single family 320.5 323.1

Multifamily 37.6 37.1

Other structures (6) 216.5 228.2

Equipment 9.2 9.2

Residual -27.4 -33.0

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in

structures 824.6 840.2

Private fixed in equipment and

software 1,023.5 1,050.3

Private fixed investment in new

structures (7) 745.5 749.3

Nonresidential structures 250.8 252.7

Residential structures 495.9 497.8

(1.) Consists primarily of religious, educational, vocational, lodging,

railroads, farm, and amusement and recreational structures, net

purchases of used structures, and brokers’ commissions on the sale of

structures.

(2.) The quantity index for computers can be used to accurately measure

6the real growth rate of this component. However, because computers

exhibit rapid changes in prices relative to other prices in the

economy, the chained-dollar estimates should not be used to measure the

component’s relative importance or its contribution to the growth rate

of more aggregate series; accurate estimates of these contributions are

shown in table 5.3.2 and real growth rates are shown in table 5.3.1.

(3.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

(4.) Includes communication equipment, nonmedical instruments, medical

equipment and instruments, photocopy and related equipment, and office

and accounting equipment.

(5.) Consists primarily of furniture and fixtures, agricultural

machinery, construction machinery, mining and oilfield machinery,

service industry machinery, and electrical equipment not elsewhere

classified.

(6.) Consists primarily of manufactured homes, improvements,

dormitories, net purchases of used structures, and brokers’

commissions on the sale of residential structures.

(7.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’

commissions on the sale of structures.

NOTE. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product of the

chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of the

corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the

corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The

residual line is the difference between the first line and the sum of

the most detailed lines.

Table 5.4.1B. Percent Change From Preceding Period in Real Private

Fixed Investment in Structures by Type

[Percent]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in structures 1 -0.7 -4.3

Nonresidential 2 -2.3 -17.1

Commercial and health care 3 -5.3 -15.7

Office (1) 4 -7.9 -30.7

Health care 5 -4.0 13.0

Hospitals and special care 6 -1.1 15.7

Hospitals 7 6.4 21.3

Special care 8 -19.1 -2.3

Medical buildings 9 -12.4 4.2

Multimerchandise shopping 10 5.8 -7.9

Food and beverage establishments 11 -3.9 -12.6

Warehouses 12 2.0 -26.6

Other commercial (2) 13 -12.9 -1.5

Manufacturing 14 -10.3 -41.6

Power and communication 15 3.0 -2.4

Power 16 4.3 1.0

Electric 17 4.8 -3.9

Other power 18 2.4 19.7

Communication 19 1.2 -7.6

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 20 17.8 -23.3

Petroleum and natural gas 21 19.1 -25.6

Mining 22 -8.8 50.5

Other structures 23 -4.7 -16.0

Religious 24 0.1 -2.5

Educational and vocational 25 5.4 -0.4

Lodging 26 -14.7 -29.2

Amusement and recreation 27 -14.5 -6.2

Transportation 28 -0.5 -7.6

Air 29 5.6 -34.6

Land (3) 30 -3.1 4.6

Farm 31 -17.9 7.3

Other (4) 32 -24.6 -29.7

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 33 -5.9 -14.1

Net purchases of used structures 34

Residential 35 0.4 4.8

Permanent site 36 0.6 4.0

Single-family structures 37 0.1 3.9

Multifamily structures 38 4.3 5.3

Other structures 39 0.0 6.0

Manufactured homes 40 -20.1 -9.9

Dormitories 41 9.2 -4.4

Improvements 42 1.4 5.6

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 43 1.5 11.2

Net purchases of used structures 44

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures (5) 45 -1.3 -4.9

Nonresidential structures 46 -3.2 -16.1

Residential structures 47 0.2 4.1

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in structures 3.9 7.6

Nonresidential -4.2 2.2

Commercial and health care -6.4 2.2

Office (1) -15.8 2.0

Health care 4.7 4.4

Hospitals and special care 0.6 -0.9

Hospitals 5.8 2.5

Special care -20.0 -18.5

Medical buildings 19.6 20.2

Multimerchandise shopping -3.7 11.5

Food and beverage establishments 3.0 -8.3

Warehouses 1.0 -8.7

Other commercial (2) -11.8 3.8

Manufacturing -7.4 4.8

Power and communication -14.1 -11.7

Power -3.1 -16.5

Electric -4.9 -21.1

Other power 2.4 -3.9

Communication -32.6 0.0

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 17.4 16.4

Petroleum and natural gas 20.4 16.2

Mining -36.4 24.6

Other structures -4.1 0.5

Religious -0.3 -10.6

Educational and vocational -1.5 -10.1

Lodging -7.9 10.0

Amusement and recreation 1.0 4.1

Transportation -9.7 4.4

Air -25.9 -11.8

Land (3) -5.2 8.0

Farm -16.4 0.4

Other (4) 16.9 15.3

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures -5.5 3.6

Net purchases of used structures

Residential 8.4 10.3

Permanent site 9.8 12.0

Single-family structures 10.7 12.8

Multifamily structures 2.6 4.2

Other structures 6.4 7.6

Manufactured homes -18.3 -3.2

Dormitories 9.2 -12.4

Improvements 5.0 3.5

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 11.9 14.6

Net purchases of used structures

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures (5) 3.2 6.7

Nonresidential structures -4.2 2.1

Residential structures 7.9 9.3

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included in transportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.4.2B. Contributions to Percent Change in Real Private Fixed

Investment in Structures by Type

Line 2001 2002

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment in structures 1 -0.7 -4.3

Percentage points at annual rates:

Nonresidential 2 -0.94 -7.07

Commercial and health care 3 -0.96 -2.69

Office (1) 4 -0.62 -2.23

Health care 5 -0.12 0.36

Hospitals and special care 6 -0.02 0.33

Hospitals 7 0.10 0.34

Special care 8 -0.12 -0.01

Medical buildings 9 -0.09 0.03

Multimerchandise shopping 10 0.11 -0.16

Food and beverage establishments 11 -0.04 -0.13

Warehouses 12 0.04 -0.50

Other commercial (2) 13 -0.32 -0.03

Manufacturing 14 -0.43 -1.56

Power and communication 15 0.19 -0.15

Power 16 0.16 0.04

Electric 17 0.14 -0.12

Other power 18 0.02 0.16

Communication 19 0.03 -0.19

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 20 0.70 -1.25

Petroleum and natural gas 21 0.71 -1.33

Mining 22 -0.02 0.08

Other structures 23 -0.43 -1.41

Religious 24 0.00 -0.03

Educational and vocational 25 0.09 -0.01

Lodging 26 -0.39 -0.66

Amusement and recreation 27 -0.20 -0.07

Transportation 28 0.00 -0.07

Air 29 0.01 -0.09

Land (3) 30 -0.02 0.03

Farm 31 -0.14 0.05

Other (4) 32 -0.15 -0.14

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 33 -0.02 -0.04

Net purchases of used structures 34 0.38 -0.44

Residential 35 0.21 2.81

Permanent site 36 0.21 1.43

Single-family structures 37 0.05 1.23

Multifamily structures 38 0.16 0.20

Other structures 39 0.00 1.38

Manufactured homes 40 -0.30 -0.12

Dormitories 41 0.02 -0.01

Improvements 42 0.20 0.81

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 43 0.11 0.86

Net purchases of used structures 44 -0.02 -0.16

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures (5) 45 -1.19 -4.47

Nonresidential structures 46 -1.31 -6.59

Residential structures 47 0.12 2.11

2003 2004

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment in structures 3.9 7.6

Percentage points at annual rates:

Nonresidential -1.51 0.71

Commercial and health care -0.96 0.29

Office (1) -0.82 0.08

Health care 0.15 0.14

Hospitals and special care 0.01 -0.02

Hospitals 0.12 0.05

Special care -0.10 -0.07

Medical buildings 0.14 0.16

Multimerchandise shopping -0.07 0.20

Food and beverage establishments 0.03 -0.08

Warehouses 0.01 -0.12

Other commercial (2) -0.26 0.07

Manufacturing -0.17 0.10

Power and communication -0.89 -0.60

Power -0.12 -0.60

Electric -0.15 -0.56

Other power 0.02 -0.04

Communication -0.77 0.00

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 0.82 0.89

Petroleum and natural gas 0.91 0.85

Mining -0.09 0.04

Other structures -0.31 0.04

Religious 0.00 -0.10

Educational and vocational -0.03 -0.18

Lodging -0.13 0.15

Amusement and recreation 0.01 0.04

Transportation -0.08 0.03

Air -0.05 -0.02

Land (3) -0.03 0.05

Farm -0.12 0.00

Other (4) 0.06 0.06

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures -0.01 0.01

Net purchases of used structures 0.00 0.03

Residential 5.42 6.92

Permanent site 3.79 4.94

Single-family structures 3.68 4.76

Multifamily structures 0.11 0.17

Other structures 1.63 1.98

Manufactured homes -0.20 -0.03

Dormitories 0.02 -0.03

Improvements 0.78 0.55

Brokers’ commissions on sale of structures 1.05 1.38

Net purchases of used structures -0.02 0.11

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures (5) 2.90 6.11

Nonresidential structures -1.49 0.68

Residential structures 4.39 5.43

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included in transportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.4.3B. Real Private Fixed Investment in Structures by Type,

Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

structures 1 99.265 95.037

Nonresidential 2 97.737 81.029

Commercial and health care 3 94.712 79.824

Office (1) 4 92.140 63.851

Health care 5 96.002 108.443

Hospitals and special care 6 98.921 114.410

Hospitals 7 106.357 129.008

Special care 8 80.916 79.068

Medical buildings 9 87.646 91.361

Multimerchandise shopping 10 105.773 97.409

Food and beverage establishments 11 96.098 83.968

Warehouses 12 101.976 74.893

Other commercial (2) 13 87.059 85.729

Manufacturing 14 89.717 52.375

Power and communication 15 103.046 100.586

Power 16 104.278 105.344

Electric 17 104.782 100.744

Other power 18 102.411 122.614

Communication 19 101.212 93.477

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 20 117.792 90.329

Petroleum and natural gas 21 119.053 88.583

Mining 22 91.185 137.266

Other structures 23 95.303 80.039

Religious 24 100.062 97.566

Educational and vocational 25 105.441 104.995

Lodging 26 85.253 60.345

Amusement and recreation 27 85.470 80.167

Transportation 28 99.468 91.916

Air 29 105.589 69.019

Land (3) 30 96.935 101.370

Farm 31 82.096 88.078

Other (4) 32 75.391 52.993

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 33 94.103 80.794

Net purchases of used structures 34

Residential 35 100.356 105.165

Permanent site 36 100.587 104.637

Single-family structures 37 100.145 104.025

Multifamily structures 38 104.331 109.838

Other structures 39 100.005 105.974

Manufactured homes 40 79.887 71.995

Dormitories 41 109.172 104.390

Improvements 42 101.388 107.112

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 43 101.527 112.893

Net purchases of used structures 44

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new

structures (5) 45 98.714 93.916

Nonresidential structures 46 96.849 81.231

Residential structures 47 100.232 104.368

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

structures 98.756 106.293

Nonresidential 77.621 79.314

Commercial and health care 74.713 76.354

Office (1) 53.759 54.810

Health care 113.557 118.518

Hospitals and special care 115.057 114.032

Hospitals 136.468 139.854

Special care 63.221 51.515

Medical buildings 109.263 131.361

Multimerchandise shopping 93.770 104.569

Food and beverage establishments 86.484 79.284

Warehouses 75.620 69.019

Other commercial (2) 75.646 78.506

Manufacturing 48.525 50.864

Power and communication 86.420 76.316

Power 102.043 85.171

Electric 95.781 75.572

Other power 125.534 120.635

Communication 62.989 62.959

Mining exploration, shafts, and

wells 106.049 123.477

Petroleum and natural gas 106.663 123.944

Mining 87.291 108.751

Other structures 76.785 77.197

Religious 97.230 86.896

Educational and vocational 103.375 92.952

Lodging 55.558 61.135

Amusement and recreation 80.952 84.240

Transportation 82.973 86.639

Air 51.161 45.106

Land (3) 96.108 103.842

Farm 73.625 73.883

Other (4) 61.964 71.427

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 76.325 79.071

Net purchases of used structures

Residential 114.051 125.784

Permanent site 114.874 128.605

Single-family structures 115.115 129.876

Multifamily structures 112.735 117.433

Other structures 112.777 121.390

Manufactured homes 58.801 56.926

Dormitories 113.979 99.894

Improvements 112.451 116.342

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 126.306 144.724

Net purchases of used structures

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new

structures (5) 96.887 103.392

Nonresidential structures 77.844 79.452

Residential structures 112.594 123.099

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included in transportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.4.4B. Price Indexes for Private Fixed Investment in Structures

by Type

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

structures 1 104.995 108.410

Nonresidential 2 105.403 110.030

Commercial and health care 3 103.567 106.346

Office (1) 4 103.018 105.480

Health care 5 104.456 106.387

Hospitals and special care 6 104.456 106.387

Hospitals 7 104.456 106.387

Special care 8 104.456 106.387

Medical buildings 9 104.456 106.387

Multimerchandise shopping 10 103.811 107.273

Food and beverage establishments 11 103.811 107.273

Warehouses 12 103.811 107.273

Other commercial (2) 13 103.776 107.206

Manufacturing 14 103.502 106.635

Power and communication 15 102.893 105.224

Power 16 102.827 105.599

Electric 17 103.080 106.057

Other power 18 101.882 103.961

Communication 19 102.992 104.616

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 20 122.364 145.169

Petroleum and natural gas 21 123.175 147.167

Mining 22 104.456 106.387

Other structures 23 104.230 106.467

Religious 24 104.456 106.387

Educational and vocational 25 103.693 106.808

Lodging 26 104.456 106.387

Amusement and recreation 27 104.456 106.387

Transportation 28 104.316 106.661

Air 29 104.456 106.387

Land (3) 30 104.255 106.751

Farm 31 104.456 106.387

Other (4) 32 103.297 105.771

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 33 104.678 105.816

Net purchases of used structures 34

Residential 35 104.709 107.369

Permanent site 36 104.797 107.753

Single-family structures 37 105.042 107.945

Multifamily structures 38 102.789 106.163

Other structures 39 104.575 106.786

Manufactured homes 40 101.740 103.271

Dormitories 41 105.042 107.945

Improvements 42 104.014 106.102

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 43 106.166 108.715

Net purchases of used structures 44

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new

structures (5) 45 104.901 108.399

Nonresidential structures 46 105.410 110.062

Residential structures 47 104.497 107.175

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

structures 113.204 120.461

Nonresidential 113.889 120.124

Commercial and health care 109.357 116.112

Office (1) 108.539 115.275

Health care 109.625 115.797

Hospitals and special care 109.625 115.797

Hospitals 109.625 115.797

Special care 109.625 115.797

Medical buildings 109.625 115.797

Multimerchandise shopping 110.141 117.243

Food and beverage establishments 110.141 117.243

Warehouses 110.141 117.243

Other commercial (2) 110.058 117.198

Manufacturing 108.466 113.535

Power and communication 107.739 111.944

Power 108.022 111.534

Electric 108.152 110.073

Other power 107.333 114.886

Communication 107.318 113.065

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 157.945 167.444

Petroleum and natural gas 160.490 170.160

Mining 109.625 115.797

Other structures 109.340 115.208

Religious 109.625 115.797

Educational and vocational 109.249 115.208

Lodging 109.625 115.797

Amusement and recreation 109.625 115.797

Transportation 109.554 113.011

Air 109.625 115.797

Land (3) 109.558 112.475

Farm 109.625 115.797

Other (4) 108.024 110.983

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 106.321 106.928

Net purchases of used structures

Residential 112.637 120.357

Permanent site 113.538 122.059

Single-family structures 113.939 122.771

Multifamily structures 110.228 116.000

Other structures 111.267 117.728

Manufactured homes 105.156 114.635

Dormitories 113.939 122.771

Improvements 110.554 117.965

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 113.587 118.319

Net purchases of used structures

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new

structures (5) 113.198 120.753

Nonresidential structures 113.941 120.218

Residential structures 112.513 120.741

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included in transportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net ourchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.4.5B. Private Fixed Investment in Structures by Type

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in structures 1 784.5 775.5

Nonresidential 2 322.6 279.2

Commercial and health care 3 134.9 116.8

Office (1) 4 57.2 40.6

Health care 5 22.0 25.3

Hospitals and special care 6 16.8 19.7

Hospitals 7 12.8 15.8

Special care 8 4.0 4.0

Medical buildings 9 5.2 5.5

Multimenchandise shopping 10 15.5 14.8

Food and beverage establishments 11 8.3 7.5

Warehouses 12 14.9 11.3

Other commercial (2) 13 17.0 17.3

Manufacturing 14 29.5 17.8

Power and communication 15 49.6 49.5

Power 16 30.0 31.2

Electric 17 23.8 23.5

Other power 18 6.2 7.6

Communication 19 19.6 18.4

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 20 39.2 35.6

Petroleum and natural gas 21 37.9 33.7

Mining 22 1.3 1.9

Other structures 23 69.4 59.5

Religious 24 8.2 8.1

Educational and vocational 25 14.3 14.6

Lodging 26 18.0 13.0

Amusement and recreation 27 9.4 9.0

Transportation 28 6.9 6.5

Air 29 2.1 1.4

Land (3) 30 4.7 5.1

Farm 31 5.1 5.6

Other (4) 32 3.6 2.6

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 33 2.4 2.1

Net purchases of used structures 34 1.6 -1.9

Residential 35 461.9 496.3

Permanent site 36 279.4 298.8

Single-family structures 37 249.1 265.9

Multifamily structures 38 30.3 33.0

Other structures 39 182.5 197.5

Manufactured homes 40 9.3 8.5

Dormitories 41 1.6 1.5

Improvements 42 113.0 121.8

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 43 60.4 68.8

Net purchases of used structures 44 -1.8 -3.1

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures

(5) 45 721.9 709.7

Nonresidential structures 46 318.7 279.1

Residential structures 47 403.2 430.7

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in structures 841.5 963.8

Nonresidential 276.9 298.4

Commercial and health care 112.4 121.9

Office (1) 35.1 38.1

Health care 27.3 30.0

Hospitals and special care 20.5 21.4

Hospitals 17.2 18.6

Special care 3.3 2.8

Medical buildings 6.8 8.6

Multimenchandise shopping 14.6 17.4

Food and beverage establishments 7.9 7.8

Warehouses 11.7 11.4

Other commercial (2) 15.7 17.4

Manufacturing 16.7 18.4

Power and communication 43.6 40.0

Power 30.9 26.6

Electric 22.8 18.3

Other power 8.0 8.3

Communication 12.7 13.4

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 45.5 56.2

Petroleum and natural gas 44.2 54.5

Mining 1.3 1.7

Other structures 58.7 61.9

Religious 8.3 7.9

Educational and vocational 14.7 14.0

Lodging 12.3 14.3

Amusement and recreation 9.3 10.3

Transportation 6.0 6.5

Air 1.1 1.0

Land (3) 4.9 5.5

Farm 4.8 5.1

Other (4) 3.1 3.7

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 2.0 2.0

Net purchases of used structures -2.0 -1.8

Residential 564.7 665.4

Permanent site 345.7 416.1

Single-family structures 310.6 377.6

Multifamily structures 35.1 38.5

Other structures 219.0 249.4

Manufactured homes 7.1 7.5

Dormitories 1.8 1.7

Improvements 133.2 147.0

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 80.4 96.0

Net purchases of used structures -3.5 -2.8

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures

(5) 764.6 870.4

Nonresidential structures 276.9 298.1

Residential structures 487.7 572.2

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included intransportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Table 5.4.6B. Real Private Fixed Investment in Structures by Type,

Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in structures 1 747.2 715.4

Nonresidential 2 306.1 253.8

Commercial and health care 3 130.3 109.8

Office (1) 4 55.5 38.5

Health care 5 21.0 23.7

Hospitals and special care 6 16.1 18.6

Hospitals 7 12.2 14.8

Special care 8 3.8 3.8

Medical buildings 9 5.0 5.2

Multimenchandise shopping 10 15.0 13.8

Food and beverage establishments 11 8.0 7.0

Warehouses 12 14.3 10.5

Other commercial (2) 13 16.4 16.2

Manufacturing 14 28.5 16.7

Power and communication 15 48.2 47.1

Power 16 29.2 29.5

Electric 17 23.1 22.2

Other power 18 6.1 7.3

Communication 19 19.0 17.6

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 20 32.0 24.5

Petroleum and natural gas 21 30.8 22.9

Mining 22 1.2 1.8

Other structures 23 66.6 55.9

Religious 24 7.8 7.6

Educational and vocational 25 13.8 13.7

Lodging 26 17.2 12.2

Amusement and recreation 27 9.0 8.4

Transportation 28 6.6 6.1

Air 29 2.0 1.3

Land (3) 30 4.5 4.8

Farm 31 4.9 5.3

Other (4) 32 3.5 2.5

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 33 2.3 2.0

Net purchases of used structures 34 1.5 -1.8

Residential 35 441.1 462.2

Permanent site 36 266.6 277.3

Single-family structures 37 237.1 246.3

Multifamily structures 38 29.5 31.0

Other structures 39 174.5 184.9

Manufactured homes 40 9.2 8.3

Dormitories 41 1.5 1.4

Improvements 42 108.6 114.8

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 43 56.9 63.3

Net purchases of used structures 44 -1.7 -2.9

Residual 45 0.7 -1.1

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures

(5) 46 688.2 654.7

Nonresidential structures 47 302.3 253.6

Residential structures 48 385.9 401.8

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in structures 743.4 800.1

Nonresidential 243.1 248.4

Commercial and health care 102.8 105.0

Office (1) 32.4 33.0

Health care 24.9 25.9

Hospitals and special care 18.7 18.5

Hospitals 15.7 16.1

Special care 3.0 2.4

Medical buildings 6.2 7.4

Multimenchandise shopping 13.3 14.8

Food and beverage establishments 7.2 6.6

Warehouses 10.6 9.7

Other commercial (2) 14.3 14.8

Manufacturing 15.4 16.2

Power and communication 40.5 35.7

Power 28.6 23.9

Electric 21.1 16.7

Other power 7.5 7.2

Communication 11.8 11.8

Mining exploration, shafts, and wells 28.8 33.5

Petroleum and natural gas 27.6 32.0

Mining 1.2 1.4

Other structures 53.6 53.9

Religious 7.6 6.8

Educational and vocational 13.5 12.1

Lodging 11.2 12.3

Amusement and recreation 8.5 8.9

Transportation 5.5 5.7

Air 1.0 0.9

Land (3) 4.5 4.9

Farm 4.4 4.4

Other (4) 2.9 3.3

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 1.8 1.9

Net purchases of used structures -1.8 -1.6

Residential 501.3 552.9

Permanent site 304.5 340.9

Single-family structures 272.6 307.5

Multifamily structures 31.9 33.2

Other structures 196.8 211.8

Manufactured homes 6.7 6.5

Dormitories 1.5 1.4

Improvements 120.5 124.6

Brokers’ commissions on sale of

structures 70.8 81.1

Net purchases of used structures -3.1 -2.3

Residual 1.6 4.1

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in new structures

(5) 675.4 720.8

Nonresidential structures 243.0 248.0

Residential structures 433.5 473.9

(1.) Consists of office buildings, except those constructed at

manufacturing sites and those constructed by power utilities for their

own use. Includes all financial buildings. Medical buildings are

included in health care.

(2.) Includes buildings and structures used by the retail, wholesale

and selected service industries. Consists of auto dealerships, garages,

service stations, drug stores, restaurants, mobile structures, and

other structures used for commercial purposes. Bus or truck garages are

included in transportation.

(3.) Consists primarily of railroads.

(4.) Includes water supply, sewage and waste disposal, public safety,

highway and street, and conservation and development.

(5.) Excludes net purchases of used structures and brokers’ commissions

on the sale of structures.

Note. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product of the

chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of the

corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the

corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The

residual line is the difference between the first line and the sum of

the most detailed lines.

Table 5.5.1. Percent Change From Preceding Period in Real Private

Fixed Investment in Equipment and Software by Type

[Percent]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 1 -4.8 -6.1

Nonresidential equipment and software 2 -4.9 -8.2

Information processing equipment and

software 3 -1.8 -4.7

Computers, software, and communication 4 -2.4 -6.4

Computers and peripheral equipment 5 2.4 4.8

Software (1) 6 -1.3 -2.4

Communication equipment 7 -7.6 -21.1

Medical equipment and instruments 8 8.0 12.4

Nonmedical instruments 9 1.0 -0.7

Photocopy and related equipment 10 -28.6 -26.6

Office and accounting equipment 11 17.5 4.4

Industrial equipment 12 -8.5 -7.7

Fabricated metal products 13 -0.8 -10.4

Engines and turbines 14 51.6 6.7

Metalworking machinery 15 -15.1 -9.4

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 16 -16.2 -15.5

General industrial, including materials

handling, equipment 17 -9.6 -2.6

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus 18 -8.2 -10.3

Transportation equipment 19 -11.2 -11.8

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 20 -18.3 -6.0

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 21 -13.4 -10.5

Other trucks, buses, and truck trailers 22 -26.3 2.1

Autos 23 -4.4 -5.5

Aircraft 24 2.8 -28.6

Ships and boats 25 -14.4 16.0

Railroad equipment 26 -30.1 -27.8

Other equipment 27 -3.7 -3.0

Furniture and fixtures 28 -10.3 -8.6

Agricultural machinery 29 5.4 15.4

Construction machinery 30 -12.8 -10.9

Mining and oilfeld machinery 31 12.7 -40.1

Service industry machinery 32 -0.7 -5.2

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 8.9 12.6

Other 34 0.2 4.8

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding

autos 35 -19.9 4.2

Residential equipment 36 0.4 3.7

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 3.3 11.9

Nonresidential equipment and software 3.2 11.9

Information processing equipment and

software 5.1 13.6

Computers, software, and communication 4.5 14.2

Computers and peripheral equipment 12.6 27.5

Software (1) 3.6 7.4

Communication equipment -0.9 15.8

Medical equipment and instruments 8.7 12.8

Nonmedical instruments 2.9 13.6

Photocopy and related equipment 9.3 -7.6

Office and accounting equipment 20.1 8.9

Industrial equipment 0.3 3.4

Fabricated metal products 2.3 -1.1

Engines and turbines -13.2 -30.3

Metalworking machinery -2.4 18.0

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 5.7 -2.5

General industrial, including materials

handling, equipment 5.6 7.8

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus -8.7 4.2

Transportation equipment -2.3 12.7

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 3.4 27.8

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 9.9 24.2

Other trucks, buses, and truck trailers -7.1 34.9

Autos -11.1 -0.6

Aircraft -5.4 -10.2

Ships and boats 10.0 2.2

Railroad equipment -11.9 23.3

Other equipment 5.9 14.6

Furniture and fixtures 4.1 6.4

Agricultural machinery 4.2 25.0

Construction machinery 5.3 39.2

Mining and oilfeld machinery 18.2 25.7

Service industry machinery -4.8 5.2

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 4.9 7.8

Other 12.3 8.0

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding

autos -11.9 8.2

Residential equipment 5.5 10.2

(1.) Excludes software ’embedded,’ or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.5.2. Contributions to Percent Change in Real Private Fixed

Investment in Equipment and Software by Type

Line 2001 2002

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 1 -4.8 -6.1

Percentage points at annual rates:

Nonresidential equipment and software 2 -4.83 -6.12

Information processing equipment and

software 3 -0.91 -2.36

Computers, software, and communication 4 -1.02 -2.72

Computers and peripheral equipment 5 0.25 0.45

Software (1) 6 -0.26 -0.48

Communication equipment 7 -1.00 -2.68

Medical equipment and instruments 8 0.30 0.54

Nonmedical instruments 9 0.02 -0.01

Photocopy and related equipment 10 -0.30 -0.20

Office and accounting equipment 11 0.08 0.02

Industrial equipment 12 -1.48 -1.32

Fabricated metal products 13 -0.01 -0.15

Engines and turbines 14 0.40 0.08

Metalworking machinery 15 -0.50 -0.28

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 16 -0.64 -0.55

General industrial, including materials

handling, equipment 17 -0.51 -0.14

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus 18 -0.22 -0.27

Transportation equipment 19 -1.96 -1.96

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 20 -1.62 -0.46

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 21 -0.73 -0.52

Other trucks, buses, and truck trailers 22 -0.89 0.06

Autos 23 -0.17 -0.22

Aircraft 24 0.10 -1.19

Ships and boats 25 -0.05 0.06

Railroad equipment 26 -0.21 -0.15

Other equipment 27 -0.54 -0.46

Furniture and fixtures 28 -0.41 -0.33

Agricultural machinery 29 0.08 0.27

Construction machinery 30 -0.33 -0.26

Mining and oilfeld machinery 31 0.07 -0.29

Service industry machinery 32 -0.01 -0.11

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 0.04 0.07

Other 34 0.01 0.20

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding

autos 35 -0.07 0.01

Residential equipment 36 0.00 0.03

2003 2004

Percent change at annual rate:

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 3.3 11.9

Percentage points at annual rates:

Nonresidential equipment and software 3.21 11.79

Information processing equipment and

software 2.54 6.71

Computers, software, and communication 1.83 5.64

Computers and peripheral equipment 1.17 2.53

Software (1) 0.75 1.54

Communication equipment -0.09 1.57

Medical equipment and instruments 0.47 0.73

Nonmedical instruments 0.07 0.32

Photocopy and related equipment 0.05 -0.05

Office and accounting equipment 0.13 0.06

Industrial equipment 0.05 0.57

Fabricated metal products 0.03 -0.02

Engines and turbines -0.19 -0.38

Metalworking machinery -0.07 0.50

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 0.19 -0.09

General industrial, including materials

handling, equipment 0.31 0.45

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus -0.22 0.10

Transportation equipment -0.38 2.05

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 0.27 2.30

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 0.48 1.34

Other trucks, buses, and truck trailers -0.21 0.96

Autos -0.47 -0.02

Aircraft -0.18 -0.32

Ships and boats 0.05 0.01

Railroad equipment -0.05 0.09

Other equipment 0.96 2.50

Furniture and fixtures 0.16 0.26

Agricultural machinery 0.09 0.56

Construction machinery 0.12 0.96

Mining and oilfeld machinery 0.09 0.15

Service industry machinery -0.10 0.10

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 0.03 0.06

Other 0.57 0.41

Less: Sale of equipment scrap, excluding

autos -0.04 0.04

Residential equipment 0.05 0.10

(1.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.5.3. Real Private Fixed Investment in Equipment and Software

by Type, Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 1 95.178 89.386

Nonresidential equipment and software 2 95.136 89.265

Information processing equipment and

software 3 98.165 93.534

Computers, software, and

communication 4 97.614 91.340

Computers and peripheral equipment 5 102.399 107.324

Software (1) 6 98.655 96.311

Communication equipment 7 92.437 72.925

Medical equipment and instruments 8 108.000 121.387

Nonmedical instruments 9 101.048 100.360

Photocopy and related equipment 10 71.411 52.444

Office and accounting equipment 11 117.501 122.634

Industrial equipment 12 91.494 84.493

Fabricated metal products 13 99.174 88.870

Engines and turbines 14 151.575 161.719

Metalworking machinery 15 84.859 76.855

Special industry machinery, n.e.c 16 83.804 70.842

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 17 90.449 88.069

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 18 91.793 82.305

Transportation equipment 19 88.808 78.347

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 20 81.663 76.724

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 21 86.600 77.503

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 22 73.719 75.277

Autos 23 95.615 90.377

Aircraft 24 102.785 73.354

Ships and boats 25 85.650 99.335

Railroad equipment 26 69.878 50.432

Other equipment 27 96.335 93.454

Furniture and fixtures 28 89.701 81.961

Agricultural machinery 29 105.413 121.672

Construction machinery 30 87.189 77.651

Mining and oilfield machinery 31 112.681 67.483

Service industry machinery 32 99.344 94.224

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 108.939 122.715

Other 34 100.161 105.011

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 35 80.065 83.399

Residential equipment 36 100.399 104.111

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 92.298 103.272

Nonresidential equipment and software 92.154 103.126

Information processing equipment and

software 98.314 111.723

Computers, software, and

communication 95.430 108.960

Computers and peripheral equipment 120.846 154.137

Software (1) 99.752 107.171

Communication equipment 72.303 83.753

Medical equipment and instruments 131.899 148.793

Nonmedical instruments 103.280 117.297

Photocopy and related equipment 57.304 52.930

Office and accounting equipment 147.331 160.420

Industrial equipment 84.716 87.556

Fabricated metal products 90.923 89.960

Engines and turbines 140.387 97.877

Metalworking machinery 75.010 88.527

Special industry machinery, n.e.c 74.889 73.004

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 93.011 100.275

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 75.142 78.308

Transportation equipment 76.507 86.219

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 79.361 101.398

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 85.170 105.775

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 69.963 94.415

Autos 80.351 79.900

Aircraft 69.358 62.301

Ships and boats 109.256 111.695

Railroad equipment 44.433 54.796

Other equipment 98.948 113.412

Furniture and fixtures 85.282 90.765

Agricultural machinery 126.804 158.446

Construction machinery 81.737 113.807

Mining and oilfield machinery 79.761 100.275

Service industry machinery 89.738 94.424

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 128.682 138.691

Other 117.939 127.411

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 73.481 79.529

Residential equipment 109.868 121.085

(1.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.5.4. Price Indexes for Private Fixed Investment in Equipment

and Software by Type

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 1 97.728 95.987

Nonresidential equipment and software 2 97.708 95.956

Information processing equipment and

software 3 95.204 91.313

Computers, software, and

communication 4 94.399 89.779

Computers and peripheral equipment 5 82.192 70.950

Software (1) 6 100.496 98.792

Communication equipment 7 95.996 93.429

Medical equipment and instruments 8 100.436 101.040

Nonmedical instruments 9 100.864 102.057

Photocopy and related equipment 10 97.273 91.648

Office and accounting equipment 11 98.356 97.998

Industrial equipment 12 100.677 100.852

Fabricated metal products 13 101.599 103.256

Engines and turbines 14 100.247 101.111

Metalworking machinery 15 100.263 100.002

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 16 100.325 99.969

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 17 101.084 101.990

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 18 100.549 99.266

Transportation equipment 19 99.211 100.236

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 20 97.438 97.239

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 21 96.035 95.138

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 22 99.943 101.006

Autos 23 96.905 99.637

Aircraft 24 105.229 6.927

Ships and boats 25 102.584 105.333

Railroad equipment 26 99.798 99.857

Other equipment 27 101.161 102.052

Furniture and fixtures 28 101.253 102.101

Agricultural machinery 29 101.055 102.298

Construction machinery 30 100.751 101.850

Mining and oilfield machinery 31 103.375 104.739

Service industry machinery 32 100.985 101.963

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 100.288 99.863

Other 34 101.218 101.964

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 35 88.671 94.133

Residential equipment 36 100.118 99.558

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 95.145 95.011

Nonresidential equipment and software 95.133 95.022

Information processing equipment and

software 88.257 85.559

Computers, software, and

communication 85.917 82.645

Computers and peripheral equipment 63.273 58.577

Software (1) 96.735 94.540

Communication equipment 91.167 88.182

Medical equipment and instruments 102.378 102.334

Nonmedical instruments 103.341 104.387

Photocopy and related equipment 90.990 90.024

Office and accounting equipment 98.055 98.791

Industrial equipment 101.662 104.261

Fabricated metal products 105.032 112.392

Engines and turbines 101.907 102.597

Metalworking machinery 100.151 101.863

Special industry machinery, n.e.c. 100.834 103.797

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 103.281 106.053

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 99.150 100.012

Transportation equipment 103.914 109.542

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 100.888 106.140

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 100.255 106.878

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 101.972 104.572

Autos 102.610 108.992

Aircraft 111.759 117.797

Ships and boats 109.828 114.080

Railroad equipment 101.371 106.936

Other equipment 103.391 105.644

Furniture and fixtures 103.646 105.801

Agricultural machinery 104.085 107.399

Construction machinery 103.655 106.618

Mining and oilfield machinery 106.914 111.910

Service industry machinery 102.828 104.582

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 100.278 101.461

Other 102.962 104.448

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 115.002 188.388

Residential equipment 96.797 94.208

(1.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.5.5. Private Fixed Investment in Equipment and Software by

Type

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 1 861.6 794.7

Nonresidential equipment and

software 2 854.2 787.1

Information processing equipment

and software 3 437.0 399.4

Computers, software, and

communication 4 370.1 329.4

Computers and peripheral

equipment 5 85.4 77.2

Software (1) 6 174.7 167.6

Communication equipment 7 110.1 84.5

Medical equipment and instruments 8 37.4 42.2

Nonmedical instruments 9 18.1 18.2

Photocopy and related equipment 10 6.7 4.6

Office and accounting equipment 11 4.7 4.9

Industrial equipment 12 146.7 135.7

Fabricated metal products 13 12.5 11.4

Engines and turbines 14 10.8 11.6

Metalworking machinery 15 25.6 23.1

Special industry machinery,

n.e.c. 16 30.6 25.8

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 17 44.4 43.6

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 18 22.8 20.2

Transportation equipment 19 141.7 126.3

Trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 20 65.1 61.0

Light trucks (including

utility vehicles) 21 42.3 37.5

Other trucks, buses, and

truck trailers 22 22.8 23.6

Autos 23 33.8 32.9

Aircraft 24 35.2 25.6

Ships and boats 25 3.0 3.5

Railroad equipment 26 4.6 3.3

Other equipment 27 131.2 128.4

Furniture and fixtures 28 32.9 30.3

Agricultural machinery 29 14.6 17.1

Construction machinery 30 20.4 18.4

Mining and oilfield machinery 31 6.2 3.8

Service industry machinery 32 17.6 16.9

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 5.0 5.6

Other 34 34.4 36.3

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 35 2.4 2.6

Residential equipment 36 7.4 7.6

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 37 861.6 794.7

Less: Dealers’ margin on used

equipment 38 10.5 10.1

Net purchases of used equipment

from government 39 .5 .5

Plus: Net sales of used equipment 40 78.5 77.2

Net exports of used equipment 41 .1 1.9

Sale of equipment scrap 42 2.5 2.8

Equals: Private fixed investment in

new equipment and software 43 931.7 866.0

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 813.4 908.8

Nonresidential equipment and

software 805.6 900.4

Information processing equipment

and software 405.7 447.0

Computers, software, and

communication 329.3 361.7

Computers and peripheral

equipment 77.6 91.6

Software 170.0 178.5

Communication equipment 81.8 91.6

Medical equipment and instruments 46.5 52.4

Nonmedical instruments 19.0 21.8

Photocopy and related equipment 5.0 4.6

Office and accounting equipment 5.9 6.5

Industrial equipment 137.1 145.3

Fabricated metal products 11.8 12.5

Engines and turbines 10.2 7.1

Metalworking machinery 22.6 27.1

Special industry machinery,

n.e.c. 27.5 27.6

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 46.7 51.7

Electrical transmission,

distribution, and industrial

apparatus 18.4 19.3

Transportation equipment 127.9 151.9

Trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 65.5 88.1

Light trucks (including

utility vehicles) 43.4 57.5

Other trucks, buses, and

truck trailers 22.1 30.6

Autos 30.1 31.8

Aircraft 25.3 23.9

Ships and boats 4.0 4.3

Railroad equipment 2.9 3.8

Other equipment 137.7 161.2

Furniture and fixtures 32.0 34.8

Agricultural machinery 18.1 23.3

Construction machinery 19.7 28.2

Mining and oilfield machinery 4.5 6.0

Service industry machinery 16.2 17.3

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 5.9 6.5

Other 41.2 45.2

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 2.8 5.0

Residential equipment 7.8 8.4

Addenda:

Private fixed investment in equipment

and software 813.4 908.8

Less: Dealers’ margin on used

equipment 10.3 11.4

Net purchases of used equipment

from government .6 .6

Plus: Net sales of used equipment 71.2 68.8

Net exports of used equipment 1.2 1.3

Sale of equipment scrap 3.0 5.2

Equals: Private fixed investment in

new equipment and software 878.0 972.1

(1.) Excludes software “embedded” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.5.6. Real Private Fixed Investment in Equipment and Software

by Type, Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 1 881.6 827.9

Nonresidential equipment and software 2 874.2 820.2

Information processing equipment and

software 3 459.0 437.4

Computers, software, and communication 4 392.1 366.9

Computers and peripheral

equipment (1) 5

Software (2) 6 173.8 169.7

Communication equipment 7 114.7 90.5

Medical equipment and instruments 8 37.2 41.8

Nonmedical instruments 9 18.0 17.8

Photocopy and related equipment 10 6.9 5.1

Office and accounting equipment 11 4.8 5.0

Industrial equipment 12 145.7 134.5

Fabricated metal products 13 12.3 11.0

Engines and turbines 14 10.8 11.5

Metalworking machinery 15 25.5 23.1

Special industry machinery, nec 16 30.5 25.8

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 17 43.9 42.8

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus 18 22.7 20.3

Transportation equipment 19 142.8 126.0

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 20 66.8 62.8

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 21 44.0 39.4

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 22 22.9 23.3

Autos 23 34.9 33.0

Aircraft 24 33.5 23.9

Ships and boats 25 2.9 3.4

Railroad equipment 26 4.6 3.3

Other equipment 27 129.6 125.8

Furniture and fixtures 28 32.5 29.7

Agricultural machinery 29 14.4 16.7

Construction machinery 30 20.3 18.0

Mining and oilfield machinery 31 6.0 3.6

Service industry machinery 32 17.4 16.5

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 33 5.0 5.7

Other 34 34.0 35.6

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 35 2.7 2.8

Residential equipment 36 7.4 7.7

Residual 37 -0.5 -2.4

2003 2004

Private fixed investment in

equipment and software 854.9 956.6

Nonresidential equipment and software 846.8 947.6

Information processing equipment and

software 459.7 522.4

Computers, software, and communication 383.3 437.7

Computers and peripheral

equipment (1)

Software (2) 175.7 188.8

Communication equipment 89.7 103.9

Medical equipment and instruments 45.4 51.2

Nonmedical instruments 18.4 20.9

Photocopy and related equipment 5.5 5.1

Office and accounting equipment 6.0 6.6

Industrial equipment 134.9 139.4

Fabricated metal products 11.3 11.1

Engines and turbines 10.0 7.0

Metalworking machinery 22.5 26.6

Special industry machinery, nec 27.3 26.6

General industrial, including

materials handling, equipment 45.2 48.7

Electrical transmission, distribution,

and industrial apparatus 18.6 19.3

Transportation equipment 123.1 138.7

Trucks, buses, and truck trailers 64.9 83.0

Light trucks (including utility

vehicles) 43.3 53.8

Other trucks, buses, and truck

trailers 21.7 29.3

Autos 29.3 29.2

Aircraft 22.6 20.3

Ships and boats 3.7 3.8

Railroad equipment 2.9 3.6

Other equipment 133.2 152.6

Furniture and fixtures 30.9 32.9

Agricultural machinery 17.4 21.7

Construction machinery 19.0 26.4

Mining and oilfield machinery 4.2 5.3

Service industry machinery 15.7 16.6

Electrical equipment, n.e.c. 5.9 6.4

Other 40.0 43.2

Less: Sale of equipment scrap,

excluding autos 2.5 2.7

Residential equipment 8.1 8.9

Residual -5.5 -14.3

(1.) The quantity index for computers can be used to accurately measure

the real growth rate of this component. However, because computers

exhibit rapid changes in prices relative to other prices in the

economy, the chained-dollar estimates should not be used to measure the

component’s relative importance or its contribution to the growth rate

of more aggregate series; accurate estimates of these contributions are

shown in table 5.5.2 and real growth rates are shown in table 5.5.1.

(2.) Excludes software “embedded,” or bundled, in computers and other

equipment.

NOTE. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product of the

chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of the

corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the

corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The

residual line is the difference between the first line and the sum of

the most detailed lines.

n.e.c. Not elsewhere classified.

Table 5.6.5B. Change in Private Inventories by Industry

[Billions of dollars]

Seasonally adjusted at annual rates

Line 2001 2002

Change in private inventories 1 -31.7 11.9

Farm 2 0.0 -2.5

Mining, utilities, and construction 3 10.7 -3.6

Manufacturing 4 -21.2 -5.9

Durable goods industries 5 -17.9 -6.8

Nondurable goods industries 6 -3.3 0.9

Wholesale trade 7 -10.5 1.0

Durable goods industries 8 -15.8 -0.4

Nondurable goods industries 9 5.3 1.4

Retail trade 10 -10.8 24.2

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 11 -8.8 18.2

Food and beverage stores 12 0.7 0.2

General merchandise stores 13 -0.1 1.2

Other retail stores 14 -2.6 4.6

Other industries 15 0.2 -1.4

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 16 -31.7 11.9

Durable goods industries 17 -41.8 15.1

Nondurable goods industries 18 10.0 -3.2

Nonfarmindustries 19 -31.7 14.4

Nonfarm change in book value (1) 20 -53.2 19.3

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) 21 21.4 -5.0

Wholesale trade 22 -10.5 1.0

Merchant wholesale trade 23 -8.3 1.5

Durable goods industries 24 -13.9 0.1

Nondurable goods industries 25 5.6 1.5

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 26 -2.2 -0.5

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Change in private inventories 15.4 55.4 -78.2

Farm 0.2 3.2 2.3

Mining, utilities, and construction 5.7 2.2 9.4

Manufacturing -8.0 6.3 -23.8

Durable goods industries -5.6 5.3 -24.6

Nondurable goods industries -2.3 1.0 0.9

Wholesale trade 1.0 24.6 -27.9

Durable goods industries 1.4 20.9 -25.9

Nondurable goods industries -0.4 3.7 -2.0

Retail trade 16.8 15.6 -37.4

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 12.5 3.9 -30.7

Food and beverage stores -1.0 0.6 1.2

General merchandise stores 0.9 3.9 -5.2

Other retail stores 4.4 7.2 -2.7

Other industries -0.3 3.5 -0.7

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 15.4 55.4 -78.2

Durable goods industries 12.4 37.4 -79.8

Nondurable goods industries 3.0 18.0 1.6

Nonfarmindustries 15.2 52.2 -80.5

Nonfarm change in book value (1) 33.7 105.8 -118.4

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) -18.4 -53.7 37.9

Wholesale trade 1.0 24.6 -27.9

Merchant wholesale trade 1.3 22.3 -24.9

Durable goods industries 1.7 19.5 -23.0

Nondurable goods industries -0.4 2.8 -1.9

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -0.3 2.3 -3.1

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2002

I II III IV

Change in private inventories -8.3 2.6 26.0 27.3

Farm 2.8 -8.9 -2.2 -1.6

Mining, utilities, and construction 0.7 -6.8 -3.7 -4.7

Manufacturing -14.5 -11.2 3.1 -1.0

Durable goods industries -17.4 -11.3 -4.1 5.6

Nondurable goods industries 2.9 0.1 7.2 -6.7

Wholesale trade -15.3 -0.3 11.7 8.1

Durable goods industries -15.9 -2.3 12.1 4.7

Nondurable goods industries 0.6 2.1 -0.5 3.4

Retail trade 21.0 28.4 18.6 28.9

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 21.8 19.8 4.0 27.1

Food and beverage stores -1.3 0.4 1.4 0.2

General merchandise stores -3.5 0.5 4.1 3.8

Other retail stores 3.9 7.7 9.2 -2.2

Other industries -3.0 1.5 -1.6 -2.3

Addenda:

Change in private inventories -8.3 2.6 26.0 27.3

Durable goods industries -4.7 6.7 15.8 42.6

Nondurable goods industries -3.7 -4.1 10.2 -15.4

Nonfarmindustries -11.1 11.5 28.2 28.8

Nonfarm change in book value (1) -27.4 19.6 39.8 45.3

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) 16.3 -8.0 -11.6 -16.5

Wholesale trade -15.3 -0.3 11.7 8.1

Merchant wholesale trade -12.5 1.4 9.5 7.7

Durable goods industries -13.9 -1.4 10.7 4.8

Nondurable goods industries 1.4 2.8 -1.2 2.9

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -2.8 -1.7 2.1 0.4

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2003

I II III IV

Change in private inventories 21.8 -0.4 10.6 29.8

Farm 3.2 -1.9 -2.5 1.9

Mining, utilities, and construction 1.3 4.8 6.4 10.3

Manufacturing -4.5 -7.7 -13.9 -5.8

Durable goods industries -6.9 -8.5 -12.5 5.5

Nondurable goods industries 2.5 0.8 -1.3 -11.3

Wholesale trade -1.8 -6.4 2.3 9.9

Durable goods industries 3.0 -4.9 -7.1 14.6

Nondurable goods industries -4.8 -1.5 9.4 -4.6

Retail trade 26.4 7.9 19.2 13.7

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 21.2 12.3 8.1 8.6

Food and beverage stores 0.2 -1.6 0.5 -3.2

General merchandise stores -0.8 0.5 2.2 1.8

Other retail stores 5.8 -3.2 8.4 6.5

Other industries -2.8 2.9 -1.0 -0.3

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 21.8 -0.4 10.6 29.8

Durable goods industries 20.3 0.0 -4.8 34.2

Nondurable goods industries 1.5 -0.4 15.4 -4.5

Nonfarmindustries 18.6 1.5 13.1 27.8

Nonfarm change in book value (1) 65.0 -1.1 18.4 52.3

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) -46.4 2.6 -5.4 -24.5

Wholesale trade -1.8 -0.4 2.3 9.9

Merchant wholesale trade 1.3 -7.5 2.6 8.7

Durable goods industries 5.1 -4.9 -6.4 12.8

Nondurable goods industries -3.8 -2.5 8.9 -4.2

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -3.1 1.1 -0.3 1.3

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2004

I II III IV

Change in private inventories 45.5 71.9 52.5 51.9

Farm -2.3 11.2 7.0 -3.0

Mining, utilities, and construction -4.4 0.4 8.6 4.2

Manufacturing 9.4 7.7 6.3 2.0

Durable goods industries 3.3 6.3 8.6 2.9

Nondurable goods industries 6.1 1.4 -2.4 -1.0

Wholesale trade 13.0 21.5 36.4 27.3

Durable goods industries 15.2 20.6 29.2 18.6

Nondurable goods industries -2.2 0.9 7.2 8.8

Retail trade 26.4 28.7 -10.3 17.5

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 19.5 15.7 -16.4 -3.2

Food and beverage stores 0.2 1.6 -0.2 0.6

General merchandise stores 3.9 3.3 1.5 6.8

Other retail stores 2.8 8.2 4.8 13.2

Other industries 3.4 2.4 4.4 3.8

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 45.5 71.9 52.5 51.9

Durable goods industries 42.1 51.0 26.9 29.9

Nondurable goods industries 3.5 20.9 25.6 22.0

Nonfarmindustries 47.8 60.7 45.4 54.8

Nonfarm change in book value (1) 90.9 124.4 90.3 117.9

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) -43.1 -63.7 -44.8 -63.1

Wholesale trade 13.0 21.5 36.4 27.3

Merchant wholesale trade 10.5 17.1 33.1 28.3

Durable goods industries 13.2 19.4 25.9 19.5

Nondurable goods industries -2.7 -2.3 7.2 8.8

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 2.6 4.4 3.4 -0.9

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2005

I II

Change in private inventories 59.9 -10.0

Farm -6.5 -7.8

Mining, utilities, and construction 2.7 5.5

Manufacturing 27.7 -8.5

Durable goods industries 19.8 -1.1

Nondurable goods industries 7.9 -7.4

Wholesale trade 25.2 16.3

Durable goods industries 16.0 11.5

Nondurable goods industries 9.2 4.8

Retail trade 7.2 -18.8

Motor vehicle and parts dealers -4.4 -28.5

Food and beverage stores -0.4 0.9

General merchandise stores 5.6 2.2

Other retail stores 6.5 6.6

Other industries 3.5 3.3

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 59.9 -10.0

Durable goods industries 35.0 -13.5

Nondurable goods industries 24.9 3.4

Nonfarmindustries 66.4 -2.2

Nonfarm change in book value (1) 109.6 22.1

Nonfarm inventory valuation

adjustment (2) -43.2 -24.3

Wholesale trade 25.2 16.3

Merchant wholesale trade 19.1 14.6

Durable goods industries 12.2 9.7

Nondurable goods industries 6.9 4.9

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 6.1 1.7

(1.) This series is derived from the Census Bureau series “current

cost inventories.”

(2.) The inventory valuation adjustment (IVA) shown in this table

differs from the IVA that adjusts business incomes. The IVA in this

table reflects the mix of methods (such as first-in, first-out and

last-in, first-out) underlying inventories derived primarily from

Census Bureau statistics (see footnote 1). This mix differs from

that underlying business income derived primarily from Internal

Revenue Service statistics.

Table 5.6.6B. Real Change in Private Inventories by Industry,

Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Change in private inventories 1 -31.7 12.5

Farm 2 0.0 -2.5

Mining, utilities, and construction 3 10.6 -3.6

Manufacturing 4 -21.3 -5.9

Durable goods industries 5 -18.2 -0.8

Nondurable goods industries 6 -3.1 0.9

Wholesale trade 7 -10.7 1.3

Durable goods industries 8 -16.3 -0.4

Nondurable goods industries 9 5.3 1.7

Retail trade 10 -10.8 24.3

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 11 -8.8 18.4

Food and beverage stores 12 0.7 0.2

General merchandise stores 13 -0.1 1.2

Other retail stores 14 -2.6 4.7

Other industries 15 0.2 -1.4

Residual 16 0.6 0.1

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 17 -31.7 12.5

Durable goods industries 18 -42.4 15.5

Nondurable goods industries 19 10.3 -2.8

Nonfarm industries 20 -31.8 15.2

Wholesale trade 21 -10.7 1.3

Merchant wholesale trade 22 -8.4 1.8

Durable goods industries 23 -14.3 0.0

Nondurable goods industries 24 5.7 1.8

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 25 -2.3 -0.5

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

Change in private inventories 15.5 52.0 -86.7

Farm 0.2 2.3 -5.1

Mining, utilities, and construction 5.1 1.7 10.2

Manufacturing -7.6 6.1 -24.3

Durable goods industries -5.6 5.0 -25.3

Nondurable goods industries -2.0 1.2 1.0

Wholesale trade 1.2 23.3 -28.4

Durable goods industries 1.4 20.3 -26.7

Nondurable goods industries -0.1 3.6 -1.8

Retail trade 16.8 15.4 -37.4

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 12.9 4.1 -30.7

Food and beverage stores -1.0 0.5 1.1

General merchandise stores 0.9 3.7 -5.2

Other retail stores 4.4 7.0 -2.7

Other industries -0.3 3.5 -0.8

Residual -0.4 -0.9 -0.7

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 15.5 52.0 -86.7

Durable goods industries 12.6 36.5 -81.5

Nondurable goods industries 3.3 16.4 -5.4

Nonfarm industries 15.5 49.9 -81.7

Wholesale trade 1.2 23.3 -28.4

Merchant wholesale trade 1.5 21.2 -25.2

Durable goods industries 1.6 18.9 -23.7

Nondurable goods industries -0.1 2.7 -1.6

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -0.3 2.2 -3.2

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2002

I II III IV

Change in private inventories -10.2 2.6 28.0 29.5

Farm 0.9 -9.4 -1.1 -0.2

Mining, utilities, and construction 0.7 -6.8 -3.8 -4.4

Manufacturing -14.8 -11.4 3.4 -0.6

Durable goods industries -17.6 -11.5 -4.1 5.9

Nondurable goods industries 2.8 0.0 7.4 -0.5

Wholesale trade -15.4 0.0 12.5 8.3

Durable goods industries -16.4 -2.4 12.4 4.8

Nondurable goods industries 0.8 2.3 0.2 3.4

Retail trade 21.0 28.5 18.7 28.9

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 21.9 20.1 4.0 27.7

Food and beverage stores -1.2 0.3 1.3 0.2

General merchandise stores -3.5 0.5 4.1 3.8

Other retail stores 4.0 7.8 9.2 -2.2

Other industries -3.0 1.5 -1.6 -2.3

Residual 0.4 0.2 0.0 -0.7

Addenda:

Change in private inventories -10.2 2.6 28.0 29.5

Durable goods industries -4.6 6.8 16.1 43.6

Nondurable goods industries -5.7 -4.2 11.9 -13.1

Nonfarm industries -11.1 12.4 29.3 29.9

Wholesale trade -15.4 0.0 12.5 8.3

Merchant wholesale trade -12.5 1.7 10.3 7.9

Durable goods industries -14.3 -1.5 11.0 4.9

Nondurable goods industries 1.6 3.1 -0.5 3.0

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -3.0 -1.7 2.2 0.3

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2003

I II III IV

Change in private inventories 24.0 -0.4 9.3 29.0

Farm 4.2 -1.4 -3.1 1.2

Mining, utilities, and construction 2.2 3.3 5.7 9.3

Manufacturing -4.5 -7.2 -13.4 -5.1

Durable goods industries -7.0 -8.5 -12.5 5.7

Nondurable goods industries 2.3 1.0 -1.1 -10.3

Wholesale trade -1.5 0.0 2.3 10.1

Durable goods industries 3.0 -5.0 -7.3 14.7

Nondurable goods industries -4.3 -1.1 8.9 -3.9

Retail trade 26.4 7.9 19.1 13.5

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 21.6 12.6 8.4 8.9

Food and beverage stores 0.2 -1.6 0.5 -3.0

General merchandise stores -0.8 0.5 2.2 1.8

Other retail stores 5.9 -3.1 8.3 6.4

Other industries -2.7 3.0 -1.0 -0.3

Residual -0.6 -0.1 0.3 -1.5

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 24.0 -0.4 9.3 29.0

Durable goods industries 21.6 -1.0 -4.9 34.6

Nondurable goods industries 2.9 0.5 13.6 -4.0

Nonfarm industries 19.7 1.0 13.0 28.1

Wholesale trade -1.5 -6.0 2.3 10.1

Merchant wholesale trade 1.6 -7.1 2.6 8.8

Durable goods industries 5.2 -5.0 -6.6 12.9

Nondurable goods industries -3.3 -2.1 8.5 -3.5

Nonmerchant wholesale trade -3.1 1.1 -0.3 1.3

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2004

I II 111 IV

Change in private inventories 41.9 65.6 50.4 50.1

Farm -3.5 6.7 6.3 -0.2

Mining, utilities, and construction -3.8 0.3 7.1 3.3

Manufacturing 9.0 7.5 6.5 1.5

Durable goods industries 3.2 6.0 8.2 2.7

Nondurable goods industries 5.7 1.6 -1.5 -1.0

Wholesale trade 12.8 20.5 34.4 25.6

Durable goods industries 15.1 20.1 28.2 17.7

Nondurable goods industries -1.7 1.1 6.8 8.0

Retail trade 26.3 28.4 -10.2 17.0

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 20.4 16.4 -17.0 -3.2

Food and beverage stores 0.2 1.4 -0.2 0.6

General merchandise stores 3.8 3.2 1.4 6.6

Other retail stores 2.8 7.9 4.6 12.6

Other industries 3.4 2.4 4.3 3.8

Residual -3.7 -1.5 2.2 -0.8

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 41.9 65.6 50.4 50.1

Durable goods industries 41.9 50.0 25.8 28.4

Nondurable goods industries 1.8 17.2 24.7 22.0

Nonfarm industries 46.8 58.5 43.7 50.8

Wholesale trade 12.8 20.5 34.4 25.6

Merchant wholesale trade 10.3 16.4 31.3 26.6

Durable goods industries 13.0 19.0 24.9 18.5

Nondurable goods industries -2.2 -1.8 6.8 8.1

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 2.5 4.1 3.1 -0.9

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2005

I II

Change in private inventories 58.2 -6.4

Farm -2.3 -3.6

Mining, utilities, and construction 2.0 4.1

Manufacturing 25.1 -7.5

Durable goods industries 18.2 -0.9

Nondurable goods industries 7.1 -6.3

Wholesale trade 23.3 15.0

Durable goods industries 15.2 11.0

Nondurable goods industries 8.1 4.2

Retail trade 7.0 -18.1

Motor vehicle and parts dealers -4.5 -29.1

Food and beverage stores -0.4 0.8

General merchandise stores 5.4 2.1

Other retail stores 6.1 6.2

Other industries 3.4 3.2

Residual -0.1 1.9

Addenda:

Change in private inventories 58.2 -6.4

Durable goods industries 33.4 -12.7

Nondurable goods industries 25.3 5.3

Nonfarm industries 61.8 -2.1

Wholesale trade 23.3 15.0

Merchant wholesale trade 17.7 13.5

Durable goods industries 11.6 9.3

Nondurable goods industries 6.1 4.3

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 5.5 1.5

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the North American Industry

Classification System (NAICS).

Chained (2000) dollar series for real change in private inventories

are calculated as the period-to-period change in chained-dollar

end-of-period inventories. Quarterly changes in end-of-period

inventories are stated at annual rates. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period,

the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive.

The residual line is the difference between the first line and the

sum of the most detailed lines.

Table 5.7.5B. Private Inventories and Domestic Final Sales by Industry

[Billions of dollars]

Seasonally

adjusted

quarterly

totals

Line 2001

IV

Private inventories (1) 1 1,458.3

Farm 2 126.1

Mining, utilities, and

construction 3 47.5

Manufacturing 4 437.9

Durable goods industries 5 270.5

Nondurable goods industries 6 167.3

Wholesale trade 7 338.6

Durable goods industries 8 200.3

Nondurable goods industries 9 138.3

Retail trade 10 395.6

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 11 125.0

Food and beverage stores 12 33.6

General merchandise stores 13 64.0

Other retail stores 14 173.0

Other industries 15 112.6

Addenda:

Private inventories 16 1,458.3

Durable goods industries 17 672.3

Nondurable goods industries 18 786.0

Nonfarm industries 19 1,332.2

Wholesale trade 20 338.6

Merchant wholesale trade 21 292.5

Durable goods industries 22 173.4

Nondurable goods

industries 23 119.1

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 24 46.1

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 25 598.7

Final sales of goods and

structures of domestic

business (2) 26 373.2

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 27 2.44

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 28 2.23

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and

structures 29 3.57

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2002

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,460.8 1,468.2 1,487.6 1,507.8

Farm 128.3 125.1 128.1 135.8

Mining, utilities, and

construction 47.8 49.1 48.0 49.4

Manufacturing 437.1 436.8 441.0 443.6

Durable goods industries 268.2 265.7 264.6 265.7

Nondurable goods industries 168.9 171.1 176.4 178.0

Wholesale trade 336.0 338.0 346.1 348.0

Durable goods industries 196.3 196.5 199.7 200.7

Nondurable goods industries 139.7 141.5 146.5 147.4

Retail trade 400.4 407.5 412.7 419.3

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 129.6 134.3 134.8 140.4

Food and beverage stores 33.5 33.3 33.7 33.7

General merchandise stores 63.0 63.1 64.2 65.3

Other retail stores 174.4 176.9 180.0 179.8

Other industries 111.0 111.7 111.5 111.7

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,460.8 1,468.2 1,487.6 1,507.8

Durable goods industries 672.5 675.2 679.0 687.8

Nondurable goods industries 788.3 792.9 808.6 820.0

Nonfarm industries 1,332.4 1,343.0 1,359.4 1,372.0

Wholesale trade 336.0 338.0 346.1 348.0

Merchant wholesale trade 290.1 292.0 298.9 300.3

Durable goods industries 169.9 170.2 173.1 174.2

Nondurable goods

industries 120.2 121.8 125.8 126.1

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 45.9 46.0 47.3 47.8

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 596.0 598.2 600.6 601.0

Final sales of goods and

structures of domestic

business (2) 369.4 368.8 369.8 367.4

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.45 2.45 2.48 2.51

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.28

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and

structures 3.61 3.64 3.68 3.73

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2003

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,536.2 1,529.6 1,547.5 1,569.3

Farm 136.5 136.9 149.2 151.0

Mining, utilities, and

construction 55.5 55.6 56.4 58.4

Manufacturing 450.9 446.5 443.9 449.7

Durable goods industries 266.4 263.6 260.7 264.7

Nondurable goods industries 184.5 182.9 183.2 185.0

Wholesale trade 352.3 348.4 351.5 360.3

Durable goods industries 201.9 200.6 199.6 205.3

Nondurable goods industries 150.4 147.9 151.9 155.0

Retail trade 428.7 429.5 434.0 437.3

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 146.8 148.7 149.2 149.5

Food and beverage stores 34.2 34.1 34.8 34.5

General merchandise stores 65.3 65.6 66.3 67.0

Other retail stores 182.3 181.0 183.7 186.4

Other industries 112.4 112.6 112.6 112.6

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,536.2 1,529.6 1,547.5 1,569.3

Durable goods industries 697.2 695.3 693.8 705.7

Nondurable goods industries 838.9 834.3 853.6 863.5

Nonfarm industries 1,399.7 1,392.7 1,398.3 1,418.3

Wholesale trade 352.3 348.4 351.5 360.3

Merchant wholesale trade 303.6 301.0 303.6 311.0

Durable goods industries 175.9 174.6 173.7 178.7

Nondurable goods

industries 127.7 126.5 129.9 132.3

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 48.7 47.4 47.9 49.2

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 606.6 614.8 631.5 639.1

Final sales of goods and

structures of domestic

business (2) 371.0 376.2 390.0 392.7

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.53 2.49 2.45 2.46

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.31 2.27 2.21 2.22

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and

structures 3.77 3.70 3.59 3.61

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2004

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,606.5 1,650.9 1,679.7 1,711.7

Farm 154.2 160.0 152.9 152.5

Mining, utilities, and

construction 60.7 63.3 66.3 70.4

Manufacturing 460.7 474.7 491.7 499.6

Durable goods industries 272.1 279.3 289.9 294.3

Nondurable goods industries 188.6 195.4 201.8 205.3

Wholesale trade 370.9 380.4 393.6 404.2

Durable goods industries 213.5 220.7 231.9 238.7

Nondurable goods industries 157.5 159.7 161.7 165.5

Retail trade 446.6 457.5 458.4 465.9

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 154.9 159.7 157.0 157.3

Food and beverage stores 34.7 35.7 35.6 36.0

General merchandise stores 68.2 69.4 69.9 72.0

Other retail stores 188.7 192.7 195.8 200.7

Other industries 113.4 114.9 116.9 119.1

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,606.5 1,650.9 1,679.7 1,711.7

Durable goods industries 728.8 752.1 773.7 788.8

Nondurable goods industries 877.7 898.8 905.9 923.0

Nonfarm industries 1,452.3 1,490.9 1,526.8 1,559.3

Wholesale trade 370.9 380.4 393.6 404.2

Merchant wholesale trade 320.0 327.3 337.8 347.8

Durable goods industries 185.9 192.6 202.5 209.3

Nondurable goods

industries 134.1 134.7 135.3 138.5

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 50.9 53.2 55.7 56.4

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 650.6 661.2 670.4 681.0

Final sales of goods and

structures of domestic

business (2) 399.5 407.9 414.0 419.7

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.47 2.50 2.51 2.51

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.23 2.25 2.28 2.29

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and

structures 3.64 3.66 3.69 3.72

Seasonally adjusted

adjusted quarterly

totals

2005

I II

Private inventories (1) 1,761.5 1,760.7

Farm 170.1 168.0

Mining, utilities, and

construction 71.8 75.4

Manufacturing 512.8 508.1

Durable goods industries 300.8 295.2

Nondurable goods industries 212.0 212.9

Wholesale trade 414.9 419.0

Durable goods industries 243.1 244.0

Nondurable goods industries 171.7 175.1

Retail trade 470.8 467.5

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 156.2 149.3

Food and beverage stores 36.3 36.7

General merchandise stores 73.9 74.7

Other retail stores 204.4 206.8

Other industries 121.1 122.7

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,761.5 1,760.7

Durable goods industries 800.8 790.1

Nondurable goods industries 960.7 970.6

Nonfarm industries 1,591.4 1,592.7

Wholesale trade 414.9 419.0

Merchant wholesale trade 355.8 359.0

Durable goods industries 212.7 213.3

Nondurable goods

industries 143.0 145.7

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 59.1 60.1

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 691.3 708.2

Final sales of goods and

structures of domestic

business (2) 426.2 439.0

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.55 2.49

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.30 2.25

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and

structures 3.73 3.63

(1.) Inventories are as of the end of the quarter. The

quarter-to-quarter change in inventories calculated from

current-dollar inventories in this table is not the current-dollar

change in private inventories component of GDP The former is the

difference between two inventory stocks, each valued at its

respective end-of-quarter prices. The latter is the change in the

physical volume of inventories valued at average prices of the

quarter. In addition, changes calculated from this table are at

quarterly rates, whereas, the change in private inventories is

stated at annual rates.

(2.) Quarterly totals at monthly rates. Final sales of domestic

business equals final sales of domestic product less gross output

of general government, gross value added of nonprofit institutions,

compensation paid to domestic workers, and space rent for

owner-occupied housing. It includes a small amount of final sales

by farm and by government enterprises.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 5.7.6B. Real Private Inventories and Real Domestic Final Sales by

Industry, Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Seasonally

adjusted

quarterly

totals

Line 2001

IV

Private inventories (1) 1 1,488.9

Farm 2 126.5

Mining, utilities, and

construction 3 51.7

Manufacturing 4 452.8

Durable goods industries 5 277.5

Nondurable goods industries 6 175.3

Wholesale trade 7 347.5

Durable goods industries 8 206.3

Nondurable goods industries 9 140.9

Retail trade 10 396.3

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 11 125.4

Food and beverage stores 12 32.5

General merchandise stores 13 63.6

Other retail stores 14 174.8

Other industries 15 113.9

Residual 16 0.5

Addenda:

Private inventories 17 1,488.9

Durable goods industries 18 686.9

Nondurable goods industries 19 801.7

Nonfarm industries 20 1,362.4

Wholesale trade 21 347.5

Merchant wholesale trade 22 298.6

Durable goods industries 23 178.5

Nondurable goods industries 24 119.9

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 25 48.8

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 26 583.6

Final sales of goods aand

structures of domestic

business (2) 27 364.3

Ratios of private inventories to

final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 28 2.55

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 29 2.33

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and structures 30 3.74

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2002

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,486.4 1,487.0 1,494.0 1,501.4

Farm 126.7 124.4 124.1 124.0

Mining, utilities, and

construction 51.8 50.1 49.2 48.1

Manufacturing 449.1 446.3 447.1 447.0

Durable goods industries 273.1 270.2 269.2 270.7

Nondurable goods industries 176.0 176.0 177.9 176.3

Wholesale trade 343.6 343.6 346.7 348.8

Durable goods industries 202.2 201.6 204.7 205.9

Nondurable goods industries 141.1 141.7 141.8 142.6

Retail trade 401.6 408.7 413.4 420.6

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 130.9 135.9 136.9 143.8

Food and beverage stores 32.2 32.3 32.6 32.6

General merchandise stores 62.7 62.8 63.8 64.8

Other retail stores 175.8 177.8 180.1 179.5

Other industries 113.1 113.5 113.1 112.5

Residual 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,486.4 1,487.0 1,494.0 1,501.4

Durable goods industries 685.7 687.4 691.5 702.4

Nondurable goods industries 800.2 799.2 802.2 798.9

Nonfarm industries 1,359.6 1,362.7 1,370.1 1,377.6

Wholesale trade 343.6 343.6 346.7 348.8

Merchant wholesale trade 295.5 295.9 298.5 300.5

Durable goods industries 175.0 174.6 177.3 178.6

Nondurable goods industries 120.3 121.1 120.9 121.7

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 48.1 47.6 48.2 48.3

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 581.1 582.6 584.1 582.5

Final sales of goods aand

structures of domestic

business (2) 360.8 360.3 361.1 357.9

Ratios of private inventories to

final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.55 2.55 2.56 2.58

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.34 2.34 2.35 2.37

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and structures 3.77 3.78 3.79 3.85

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2003

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,507.4 1,507.3 1,509.6 1,516.9

Farm 125.1 124.7 123.9 124.2

Mining, utilities, and

construction 48.6 49.5 50.9 53.2

Manufacturing 445.8 444.0 440.7 439.4

Durable goods industries 268.9 266.8 263.7 265.1

Nondurable goods industries 176.9 177.1 176.8 174.3

Wholesale trade 348.4 346.9 347.5 350.0

Durable goods industries 206.7 205.4 203.6 207.3

Nondurable goods industries 141.6 141.3 143.5 142.5

Retail trade 427.2 429.2 434.0 437.3

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 149.2 152.4 154.5 156.7

Food and beverage stores 32.7 32.3 32.4 31.7

General merchandise stores 64.6 64.7 65.2 65.7

Other retail stores 181.0 180.2 182.3 183.9

Other industries 111.9 112.6 112.4 112.3

Residual 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.0

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,507.4 1,507.3 1,509.6 1,516.9

Durable goods industries 707.8 707.5 706.3 714.9

Nondurable goods industries 799.6 799.8 803.2 802.2

Nonfarm industries 1,382.5 1,382.7 1,386.0 1,393.0

Wholesale trade 348.4 346.9 347.5 350.0

Merchant wholesale trade 300.9 299.1 299.8 302.0

Durable goods industries 179.9 178.6 177.0 180.2

Nondurable goods

industries 120.8 120.3 122.4 121.6

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 47.5 47.7 47.7 48.0

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 586.2 592.8 606.8 611.4

Final sales of goods aand

structures of domestic

business (2) 361.1 366.2 379.4 380.7

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.57 2.54 2.49 2.48

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.36 2.33 2.28 2.28

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and structures 3.83 3.78 3.65 3.66

Seasonally adjusted quarterly totals

2004

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 1,527.4 1,543.8 1,556.4 1,568.9

Farm 123.4 125.0 126.6 126.6

Mining, utilities, and

construction 52.3 52.4 54.1 55.0

Manufacturing 441.7 443.5 445.2 445.6

Durable goods industries 265.9 267.4 269.4 270.1

Nondurable goods industries 175.7 176.1 175.7 175.5

Wholesale trade 353.2 358.3 366.9 373.3

Durable goods industries 211.1 216.1 223.1 227.6

Nondurable goods industries 142.1 142.4 144.1 146.1

Retail trade 443.9 451.0 448.5 452.7

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 161.8 165.9 161.6 160.8

Food and beverage stores 31.7 32.1 32.0 32.2

General merchandise stores 66.6 67.4 67.8 69.4

Other retail stores 184.6 186.6 187.7 190.9

Other industries 113.1 113.7 114.8 115.8

Residual -0.9 -1.3 -0.5 -1.1

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,527.4 1,543.8 1,556.4 1,568.9

Durable goods industries 725.4 737.9 744.3 751.4

Nondurable goods industries 802.6 806.9 813.1 818.6

Nonfarm industries 1,404.7 1,419.3 1,430.3 1,443.0

Wholesale trade 353.2 358.3 366.9 373.3

Merchant wholesale trade 304.5 308.7 316.5 323.1

Durable goods industries 183.5 188.2 194.4 199.1

Nondurable goods

industries 121.0 120.6 122.3 124.3

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 48.6 49.6 50.4 50.2

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 617.2 621.7 629.5 636.2

Final sales of goods aand

structures of domestic

business (2) 384.9 389.2 395.7 399.2

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.47 2.48 2.47 2.47

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.28 2.28 2.27 2.27

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and structures 3.65 3.65 3.61 3.61

Seasonally adjusted

quarterly totals

2005

I II

Private inventories (1) 1,583.4 1,581.8

Farm 126.0 125.1

Mining, utilities, and

construction 55.5 56.5

Manufacturing 451.8 449.9

Durable goods industries 274.6 274.4

Nondurable goods industries 177.2 175.7

Wholesale trade 379.1 382.9

Durable goods industries 231.4 234.1

Nondurable goods industries 148.1 149.2

Retail trade 454.5 450.0

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 159.7 152.4

Food and beverage stores 32.1 32.3

General merchandise stores 70.8 71.3

Other retail stores 192.4 194.0

Other industries 116.6 117.4

Residual -1.0 -0.6

Addenda:

Private inventories 1,583.4 1,581.8

Durable goods industries 759.8 756.6

Nondurable goods industries 824.9 826.2

Nonfarm industries 1,458.4 1,457.9

Wholesale trade 379.1 382.9

Merchant wholesale trade 327.5 330.9

Durable goods industries 202.0 204.3

Nondurable goods

industries 125.8 126.9

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 51.6 51.9

Final sales of domestic

business (2) 642.0 654.6

Final sales of goods aand

structures of domestic

business (2) 403.0 414.2

Ratios of private inventories

to final sales of domestic

business:

Private inventories to final

sales 2.47 2.42

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales 2.27 2.23

Nonfarm inventories to final

sales of goods and structures 3.62 3.52

(1.) Inventories are as of the end of the quarter. The

quarter-to-quarter changes calculated from this table are at

quarterly rates, whereas the change in private inventories

component of GDP is stated at annual rates.

(2.) Quarterly totals at monthly rates. Final sales of domestic

business equals final sales of domestic product less gross output

of general government, gross value added of nonprofit institutions,

compensation paid to domestic workers, and space rent for

owner-occupied housing. It includes a small amount of final sales

by farm and by government enterprises.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Chained (2000) dollar inventory series are calculated to ensure that

the chained (2000) dollar change in inventories for 2000 equals the

current-dollar change in inventories for 2000 and that the average of

the 1999 and 2000 end-of-year chain-weighted and fixed-weighted

inventories are equal.

Table 5.7.9B. Implicit Price Deflators for Private Inventories by

Industry

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Seasonally

adjusted

Line 2001

IV

Private inventories (1) 1 97.944

Farm 2 99.725

Mining, utilities, and

construction 3 91.963

Manufacturing 4 96.696

Durable goods industries 5 97.503

Nondurable goods industries 6 95.429

Wholesale trade 7 97.441

Durable goods industries: 8 97.073

Nondurable goods industries 9 98.110

Retail trade 10 99.830

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 11 99.683

Food and beverage stores 12 103.343

General merchandise stores 13 100.733

Other retail stores 14 98.968

Other industries 15 98.888

Addenda:

Private inventories 16 97.944

Durable goods industries 17 97.883

Nondurable goods industries 18 98.045

Nonfarm industries 19 97.782

Wholesale trade 20 97.441

Merchant wholesale trade 21 97.941

Durable goods industries 22 97.102

Nondurable goods

industries 23 99.374

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 24 94.402

Seasonally adjusted

2002

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 98.278 98.732 99.566 100.424

Farm 101.293 100.630 103.287 109.470

Mining, utilities, and

construction 92.260 97.956 97.676 102.761

Manufacturing 97.325 97.871 98.627 99.257

Durable goods industries 98.203 98.333 98.281 98.154

Nondurable goods industries 95.961 97.164 99.166 100.968

Wholesale trade 97.804 98.370 99.836 99.788

Durable goods industries: 97.079 97.437 97.539 97.458

Nondurable goods industries 99.001 99.872 103.304 103.311

Retail trade 99.717 99.717 99.846 99.684

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 99.021 98.822 98.491 97.608

Food and beverage stores 104.068 103.099 103.279 103.367

General merchandise stores 100.453 100.452 100.584 100.872

Other retail stores 99.162 99.489 99.955 100.149

Other industries 98.142 98.357 98.609 99.220

Addenda:

Private inventories 98.278 98.732 99.566 100.424

Durable goods industries 98.073 98.226 98.198 97.919

Nondurable goods industries 98.504 99.216 100.796 102.645

Nonfarm industries 98.000 98.555 99.222 99.597

Wholesale trade 97.804 98.370 99.836 99.788

Merchant wholesale trade 98.170 98.672 100.125 99.926

Durable goods industries 97.114 97.500 97.613 97.543

Nondurable goods

industries 99.933 100.611 104.025 103.645

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 95.591 96.557 98.094 98.991

Seasonally adjusted

2003

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 101.906 101.476 102.505 103.452

Farm 109.111 109.775 120.368 121.526

Mining, utilities, and

construction 114.025 112.478 110.738 109.671

Manufacturing 101.126 100.553 100.723 102.350

Durable goods industries 99.051 98.804 98.862 99.874

Nondurable goods industries 104.325 103.260 103.602 106.158

Wholesale trade 101.117 100.447 101.147 102.938

Durable goods industries: 97.707 97.650 98.034 99.046

Nondurable goods industries 106.214 104.653 105.812 108.731

Retail trade 100.343 100.078 100.007 99.995

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 98.399 97.604 96.608 95.400

Food and beverage stores 104.508 105.665 107.341 108.886

General merchandise stores 101.166 101.441 101.613 102.011

Other retail stores 100.733 100.449 100.750 101.322

Other industries 100.510 99.977 100.223 100.259

Addenda:

Private inventories 101.906 101.476 102.505 103.452

Durable goods industries 98.508 98.276 98.238 98.710

Nondurable goods industries 104.916 104.313 106.284 107.654

Nonfarm industries 101.245 100.717 100.886 101.815

Wholesale trade 101.117 100.447 101.147 102.938

Merchant wholesale trade 100.898 100.634 101.271 103.001

Durable goods industries 97.800 97.747 98.141 99.189

Nondurable goods

industries 105.677 105.101 106.100 108.834

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 102.570 99.340 100.436 102.615

Seasonally adjusted

2004

I II III IV

Private inventories (1) 105.181 106.937 107.923 109.106

Farm 124.990 127.956 120.765 120.478

Mining, utilities, and

construction 116.092 120.833 122.432 128.191

Manufacturing 104.312 107.023 110.452 112.121

Durable goods industries 102.347 104.465 107.605 108.961

Nondurable goods industries 107.349 110.957 114.829 116.978

Wholesale trade 105.018 106.170 107.254 108.277

Durable goods industries: 101.141 102.153 103.917 104.891

Nondurable goods industries 110.793 112.160 112.205 113.308

Retail trade 100.606 101.447 102.206 102.910

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 95.736 96.301 97.159 97.817

Food and beverage stores 109.547 111.379 111.118 111.748

General merchandise stores 102.432 102.964 103.157 103.692

Other retail stores 102.225 103.244 104.292 105.104

Other industries 100.232 101.026 101.790 102.908

Addenda:

Private inventories 105.181 106.937 107.923 109.106

Durable goods industries 100.470 101.924 103.947 104.968

Nondurable goods industries 109.356 111.386 111.425 112.757

Nonfarm industries 103.390 105.039 106.748 108.060

Wholesale trade 105.018 106.170 107.254 108.277

Merchant wholesale trade 105.071 106.032 106.742 107.641

Durable goods industries 101.332 102.342 104.157 105.152

Nondurable goods

industries 110.807 111.701 110.680 111.436

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 104.767 107.133 110.573 112.396

Seasonally adjusted

2005

I II

Private inventories (1) 111.243 111.307

Farm 135.002 134.300

Mining, utilities, and

construction 129.452 133.415

Manufacturing 113.494 112.922

Durable goods industries 109.518 107.581

Nondurable goods industries 119.611 121.162

Wholesale trade 109.426 109.443

Durable goods industries: 105.088 104.205

Nondurable goods industries 115.940 117.366

Retail trade 103.585 103.901

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 97.828 97.956

Food and beverage stores 113.099 113.544

General merchandise stores 104.402 104.816

Other retail stores 106.206 106.617

Other industries 103.859 104.506

Addenda:

Private inventories 111.243 111.307

Durable goods industries 105.397 104.421

Nondurable goods industries 116.461 117.479

Nonfarm industries 109.118 109.248

Wholesale trade 109.426 109.443

Merchant wholesale trade 108.611 108.474

Durable goods industries 105.329 104.405

Nondurable goods

industries 113.678 114.805

Nonmerchant wholesale trade 114.692 115.690

(1.) Implicit price deflators are as of the end of the quarter and are

consistent with inventory stocks.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 5.8.3B. Real Gross Government Fixed Investment by Type,

Quantity Indexes

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Gross government fixed

investment (1) 1 104.870 110.178

Federal 2 102.617 112.675

National defense 3 104.094 116.065

Nondefense 4 100.279 107.334

State and local 5 105.654 109.355

Structures (2) 6 104.831 109.349

Federal 7 93.522 101.451

National defense 8 88.973 83.909

New 9 88.979 83.917

Residential 10 113.332 114.984

Industrial 11 141.861 106.224

Military facilities (3) 12 75.811 70.749

Net purchases of used structures 13

Nondefense 14 96.238 111.957

New 15 93.813 98.702

Residential 16

Office 17 90.670 85.346

Commercial 18 84.143 58.468

Health care 19 89.471 106.285

Educational 20 141.323 192.281

Public safety 21 69.320 75.876

Amusement and recreation 22 70.122 59.868

Transportation 23 102.781 148.506

Power 24 275.974 405.455

Highways and streets 25 91.652 92.704

Conservation and development 26 109.229 118.258

Other (4) 27 104.163 92.896

Net purchases of used structures 28

State and local 29 105.687 109.947

New 30 107.586 109.781

Residential 31 113.648 117.493

Office 32 111.511 120.622

Commercial 33 123.776 123.878

Health care 34 104.613 127.985

Educational 35 107.687 111.335

Public safety 36 96.425 90.562

Amusement and recreation 37 109.352 109.872

Transportation 38 107.248 108.173

Power 39 101.653 104.051

Highways and streets 40 107.079 102.802

Sewer systems 41 114.597 122.611

Water systems 42 109.518 124.226

Conservation and development 43 87.653 77.372

Other (5) 44 60.868 196.858

Net purchases of used structures 45 25.710 115.455

Equipment and software (2) 46 104.933 111.641

Federal 47 104.491 114.998

National defense 48 105.853 119.894

Aircraft 49 116.775 134.245

Missiles 50 126.877 119.177

Ships 51 109.579 131.025

Vehicles 52 102.340 137.609

Electronics and software 53 99.023 103.479

Other equipment 54 99.922 116.500

Nondefense 55 101.821 105.424

State and local 56 105.535 107.056

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed

investment 57 106.096 114.335

Federal 58 83.566 81.392

Structures 59 90.963 72.493

Equipment and software 60 79.193 87.099

State and local 61 109.024 118.581

Structures 62 109.276 116.222

Equipment and software 63 107.409 134.400

2003 2004

Gross government fixed

investment (1) 112.385 114.980

Federal 118.763 128.243

National defense 125.612 140.426

Nondefense 107.986 109.028

State and local 110.275 110.618

Structures (2) 110.076 108.509

Federal 106.018 95.356

National defense 93.663 88.049

New 93.662 88.050

Residential 111.011 103.772

Industrial 217.063 191.158

Military facilities (3) 77.430 74.078

Net purchases of used structures

Nondefense 113.394 99.684

New 102.019 100.471

Residential

Office 106.094 128.938

Commercial 101.243 162.378

Health care 83.806 73.887

Educational 164.025 152.817

Public safety 45.775 24.510

Amusement and recreation 62.638 34.879

Transportation 78.929 94.782

Power 1,175.523 1,105.793

Highways and streets 92.257 113.777

Conservation and development 119.794 101.558

Other (4) 110.391 96.897

Net purchases of used structures

State and local 110.385 109.509

New 110.014 109.178

Residential 103.886 100.718

Office 118.676 111.069

Commercial 106.837 95.510

Health care 152.541 170.674

Educational 109.694 109.562

Public safety 81.384 73.948

Amusement and recreation 98.890 86.519

Transportation 111.268 109.439

Power 148.839 138.210

Highways and streets 101.288 101.802

Sewer systems 126.125 132.733

Water systems 129.816 129.333

Conservation and development 77.137 112.482

Other (5) 283.966 109.842

Net purchases of used structures 124.274 121.847

Equipment and software (2) 116.570 127.076

Federal 121.415 135.523

National defense 129.394 146.829

Aircraft 133.023 181.881

Missiles 122.184 140.961

Ships 141.978 137.457

Vehicles 166.281 150.001

Electronics and software 111.451 123.467

Other equipment 130.118 150.403

Nondefense 105.750 113.202

State and local 109.939 115.436

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed

investment 122.155 121.053

Federal 94.774 95.109

Structures 85.330 84.977

Equipment and software 100.823 101.626

State and local 125.739 124.464

Structures 122.640 120.520

Equipment and software 146.661 151.413

(1.) Consists of general government and government enterprise

expenditures for fixed assets.

(2.) Structures and software include compensation of government

employees engaged in new own-account investment and related

expenditures for goods and services.

(3.) Consists of Department of Defense new structures, except

family housing.

(4.) Consists of lodging, religious, communication, sewage and waste

disposal, water supply structures, and manufacturing.

(5.) Consists of lodging, communication, and manufacturing.

Table 5.8.4B. Price Indexes for Gross Government Fixed Investment

by Type

[Index numbers, 2000=100]

Line 2001 2002

Gross government fixed

investment (1) 1 101.460 102.610

Federal 2 99.337 98.416

National defense 3 98.763 97.835

Nondefense 4 100.272 99.364

State and local 5 102.199 104.081

Structures (2) 6 103.449 106.387

Federal 7 103.742 106.030

National defense 8 103.910 106.463

New 9 103.909 106.463

Residential 10 104.825 107.563

Industrial 11 103.084 106.288

Military facilities (3) 12 103.595 105.957

Net purchases of used structures 13

Nondefense 14 103.647 105.800

New 15 103.388 105.642

Residential 16

Office 17 102.951 105.364

Commercial 18 104.009 106.300

Health care 19 104.403 106.365

Educational 20 103.626 106.857

Public safety 21 104.308 106.324

Amusement and recreation 22 104.268 106.518

Transportation 23 103.645 106.368

Power 24 103.092 106.297

Highways and streets 25 103.606 106.370

Conservation and development 26 102.022 103.573

Other (4) 27 103.945 107.022

Net purchases of used structures 28

State and local 29 103.428 106.411

New 30 103.407 106.391

Residential 31 105.085 107.891

Office 32 103.018 105.489

Commercial 33 104.333 106.422

Health care 34 104.394 106.458

Educational 35 103.748 106.795

Public safety 36 104.337 106.397

Amusement and recreation 37 104.322 106.414

Transportation 38 100.601 105.619

Power 39 103.064 106.203

Highways and streets 40 103.561 106.332

Sewer systems 41 103.918 106.969

Water systems 42 103.911 107.031

Conservation and development 43 101.986 103.509

Other (5) 44 104.548 107.524

Net purchases of used structures 45 105.589 108.593

Equipment and software (2) 46 98.195 96.437

Federal 47 98.501 97.009

National defense 48 98.231 97.000

Aircraft 49 93.760 89.807

Missiles 50 97.393 96.386

Ships 51 99.895 100.494

Vehicles 52 98.407 97.727

Electronics and software 53 97.581 94.984

Other equipment 54 100.616 100.883

Nondefense 55 99.047 96.992

State and local 56 97.782 95.655

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed

investment 57 102.076 104.933

Federal 58 99.796 99.047

Structures 59 102.710 104.667

Equipment and software 60 97.996 95.698

State and local 61 102.341 105.545

Structures 62 102.853 106.813

Equipment and software 63 99.105 97.862

2003 2004

Gross government fixed

investment (1) 103.807 106.391

Federal 98.468 100.000

National defense 98.019 99.922

Nondefense 99.181 99.993

State and local 105.704 108.699

Structures (2) 108.891 112.948

Federal 109.083 114.211

National defense 110.097 115.448

New 110.096 115.445

Residential 113.574 122.423

Industrial 109.147 114.188

Military facilities (3) 108.405 112.017

Net purchases of used structures

Nondefense 108.580 113.597

New 108.435 113.289

Residential

Office 108.472 115.302

Commercial 109.398 115.400

Health care 109.457 115.408

Educational 109.273 114.963

Public safety 109.428 115.449

Amusement and recreation 109.398 115.153

Transportation 108.172 109.087

Power 108.193 110.303

Highways and streets 108.204 108.985

Conservation and development 106.936 111.990

Other (4) 108.468 111.291

Net purchases of used structures

State and local 108.875 112.858

New 108.802 112.690

Residential 113.881 122.873

Office 108.526 115.229

Commercial 109.667 115.888

Health care 109.699 115.949

Educational 109.250 115.218

Public safety 109.677 115.866

Amusement and recreation 109.628 115.712

Transportation 108.348 111.155

Power 108.136 110.177

Highways and streets 108.165 109.080

Sewer systems 108.541 111.220

Water systems 108.527 111.163

Conservation and development 107.003 112.604

Other (5) 112.676 120.663

Net purchases of used structures 113.205 120.792

Equipment and software (2) 95.569 95.967

Federal 96.531 97.495

National defense 96.906 98.548

Aircraft 89.450 89.187

Missiles 99.490 101.059

Ships 101.718 111.408

Vehicles 97.965 98.397

Electronics and software 92.255 90.542

Other equipment 101.238 102.555

Nondefense 95.630 94.917

State and local 94.212 93.742

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed

investment 107.063 109.831

Federal 98.464 98.737

Structures 107.506 111.519

Equipment and software 93.462 91.919

State and local 107.933 110.950

Structures 109.685 113.119

Equipment and software 97.649 98.497

(1.) Consists of general government and government enterprise

expenditures for fixed assets.

(2.) Structures and software include compensation of government

employees engaged in new own-account investment and related

expenditures for goods and services.

(3.) Consists of Department of Defense new structures, except

family housing.

(4.) Consists of lodging, religious, communication, sewage and waste

disposal, water supply structures, and manufacturing.

(5.) Consists of lodging, communication, and manufacturing.

Table 5.8.5B. Gross Government Fixed Investment by Type

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Gross government fixed investment (1) 1 324.0 344.3

Federal 2 81.0 88.1

National defense 3 50.2 55.4

Nondefense 4 30.8 32.7

State and local 5 243.0 256.1

Structures (2) 6 205.3 220.2

Federal 7 12.9 14.3

National defense 8 4.6 4.4

New 9 4.6 4.4

Residential 10 1.5 1.5

Industrial 11 0.4 0.3

Military facilities (3) 12 2.7 2.6

Net purchases of used structures 13 0.0 0.0

Nondefense 14 8.3 9.9

New 15 9.2 9.9

Residential 16

Office 17 1.5 1.4

Commercial 18 0.7 0.5

Health care 19 0.7 0.9

Educational 20 0.5 0.8

Public safety 21 1.2 1.3

Amusement and recreation 22 0.4 0.4

Transportation 23 0.4 0.6

Power 24 0.2 0.3

Highways and streets 25 0.5 0.6

Conservation and development 26 2.3 2.5

Other (4) 27 0.7 0.7

Net purchases of used structures 28 -0.9 -0.1

State and local 29 192.4 205.9

New 30 191.3 200.9

Residential 31 5.1 5.4

Office 32 17.7 19.6

Commercial 33 0.3 0.3

Health care 34 3.3 4.1

Educational 35 51.1 54.4

Public safety 36 4.6 4.4

Amusement and recreation 37 7.1 7.2

Transportation 38 16.3 17.3

Power 39 4.1 4.3

Highways and streets 40 58.8 58.0

Sewer systems 41 10.6 11.6

Water systems 42 9.7 11.3

Conservation and development 43 2.5 2.2

Others (5) 44 0.2 0.6

Net purchases of used structures 45 1.1 5.1

Equipment and software (2) 46 118.7 124.0

Federal 47 68.1 73.8

National defense 48 45.6 51.0

Aircraft 49 8.5 9.4

Missiles 50 3.3 3.1

Ships 51 7.2 8.7

Vehicles 52 1.8 2.5

Electronics and software 53 9.8 9.9

Other equipment 54 15.0 17.5

Nondefense 55 22.5 22.8

State and local 56 50.6 50.2

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed investment 57 64.7 71.6

Federal 58 5.8 5.6

Structures 59 24.0 5.9

Equipment and software 60 3.4 3.7

State and local 61 58.9 66.0

Structures 62 51.1 56.5

Equipment and software 63 7.7 9.5

2003 2004

Gross government fixed investment (1) 355.3 372.5

Federal 92.9 101.9

National defense 60.1 68.5

Nondefense 32.8 33.4

State and local 262.3 270.6

Structures (2) 226.9 232.0

Federal 15.4 14.5

National defense 5.1 5.1

New 5.1 5.1

Residential 1.6 1.6

Industrial 0.7 0.6

Military facilities (3) 2.9 2.9

Net purchases of used structures 0.0 0.0

Nondefense 10.3 9.4

New 10.5 10.8

Residential

Office 1.8 2.3

Commercial 0.8 1.4

Health care 0.7 0.7

Educational 0.7 0.6

Public safety 0.8 0.5

Amusement and recreation 0.4 0.2

Transportation 0.3 0.4

Power 0.9 0.9

Highways and streets 0.6 0.7

Conservation and development 2.6 2.3

Other (4) 0.8 0.7

Net purchases of used structures -0.3 -1.4

State and local 211.6 217.6

New 205.8 211.6

Residential 5.0 5.3

Office 19.9 19.7

Commercial 0.3 0.3

Health care 5.1 6.0

Educational 54.8 57.7

Public safety 4.1 3.9

Amusement and recreation 6.7 6.2

Transportation 18.2 18.4

Power 6.3 5.9

Highways and streets 58.1 58.9

Sewer systems 12.1 13.1

Water systems 12.0 12.2

Conservation and development 2.3 3.5

Others (5) 1.0 0.4

Net purchases of used structures 5.7 6.0

Equipment and software (2) 128.3 140.5

Federal 77.6 87.4

National defense 55.0 63.4

Aircraft 9.2 12.6

Missiles 3.3 3.8

Ships 9.5 10.1

Vehicles 3.0 2.7

Electronics and software 10.4 11.3

Other equipment 19.6 22.9

Nondefense 22.6 24.0

State and local 50.8 53.0

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed investment 78.1 79.4

Federal 6.5 6.5

Structures 2.3 2.4

Equipment and software 4.1 4.1

State and local 71.6 72.9

Structures 61.2 62.0

Equipment and software 10.4 10.8

(1.) Consists of general government and government enterprise

expenditures for fixed assets.

(2.) Structures and software include compensation of government

employees engaged in new own-account investment and related

expenditures for goods and services.

(3.) Consists of Department of Defense new structures, except family

housing.

(4.) Consists of lodging, religious, communication, sewage and waste

disposal, water supply structures, and manufacturing.

(5.) Consists of lodging, communication, and manufacturing.

Table 5.8.6B. Real Gross Government Fixed Investment by Type,

Chained Dollars

[Billions of chained (2000) dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Gross government fixed investment (1) 1 319.3 335.5

Federal 2 81.5 89.5

National defense 3 50.8 56.7

Nondefense 4 30.7 32.9

State and local 5 237.8 246.1

Structures (2) 6 198.5 207.0

Federal 7 12.4 13.5

National defense 8 4.4 4.2

New 9 4.4 4.2

Residential 10 1.4 1.4

Industrial 11 0.4 0.3

Military facilities (3) 12 2.6 2.4

Net purchases of used structures 13 0.0 0.0

Nondefense 14 8.0 9.3

New 15 8.9 9.4

Residential 16

Office 17 1.4 1.3

Commercial 18 0.6 0.4

Health care 19 0.7 0.8

Educational 20 0.5 0.7

Public safety 21 1.2 1.3

Amusement and recreation 22 0.4 0.4

Transportation 23 0.4 0.6

Power 24 0.2 0.3

Highways and streets 25 0.5 0.5

Conservation and development 26 2.2 2.4

Other (4) 27 0.7 0.6

Net purchases of used structures 28 -0.9 0.0

State and local 29 186.0 193.5

New 30 185.0 188.8

Residential 31 4.8 5.0

Office 32 17.2 18.6

Commercial 33 0.3 0.3

Health care 34 3.2 3.9

Educational 35 49.2 50.9

Public safety 36 4.4 4.2

Amusement and recreation 37 6.8 6.8

Transportation 38 16.2 16.4

Power 39 4.0 4.0

Highways and streets 40 56.8 54.5

Sewer systems 41 10.2 10.9

Water systems 42 9.3 10.5

Conservation and development 43 2.4 2.1

Others (5) 44 0.2 0.6

Net purchases of used structures 45 1.0 4.7

Equipment and software (2) 46 120.9 128.6

Federal 47 69.1 76.1

National defense 48 46.4 52.6

Aircraft 49 9.1 10.4

Missiles 50 3.4 3.2

Ships 51 7.2 8.6

Vehicles 52 1.9 2.5

Electronics and software 53 10.0 10.5

Other equipment 54 14.9 17.3

Nondefense 55 22.7 23.5

State and local 56 51.7 52.5

Residual 57 0.1 10.2

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed investment 58 63.3 68.3

Federal 59 5.8 5.7

Structures 60 2.3 1.8

Equipment and software 61 3.5 3.8

State and local 62 57.5 62.6

Structures 63 49.7 52.9

Equipment and software 64 7.8 9.8

2003 2004

Gross government fixed investment (1) 342.2 350.1

Federal 94.4 101.9

National defense 61.3 68.5

Nondefense 33.1 33.4

State and local 248.2 248.9

Structures (2) 208.4 205.4

Federal 14.1 12.7

National defense 4.7 4.4

New 4.7 4.4

Residential 1.4 1.3

Industrial 0.6 0.5

Military facilities (3) 2.7 2.6

Net purchases of used structures 0.0 0.0

Nondefense 9.4 8.3

New 9.7 9.6

Residential

Office 1.7 2.0

Commercial 0.8 1.2

Health care 0.6 0.6

Educational 0.6 0.6

Public safety 0.8 0.4

Amusement and recreation 0.4 0.2

Transportation 0.3 0.4

Power 0.8 0.8

Highways and streets 0.5 0.7

Conservation and development 2.5 2.1

Other (4) 0.8 0.7

Net purchases of used structures -0.2 -1.2

State and local 194.3 192.8

New 189.2 187.8

Residential 4.4 4.3

Office 18.3 17.1

Commercial 0.3 0.2

Health care 4.6 5.2

Educational 50.1 50.1

Public safety 3.8 3.4

Amusement and recreation 6.1 5.4

Transportation 16.8 16.6

Power 5.8 5.4

Highways and streets 53.7 54.0

Sewer systems 11.2 11.8

Water systems 11.0 11.0

Conservation and development 2.1 3.1

Others (5) 0.9 0.3

Net purchases of used structures 5.0 5.0

Equipment and software (2) 134.3 146.4

Federal 80.3 89.7

National defense 56.7 64.4

Aircraft 10.3 14.1

Missiles 3.3 3.8

Ships 9.3 9.0

Vehicles 3.0 2.7

Electronics and software 11.3 12.5

Other equipment 19.4 22.4

Nondefense 23.6 25.3

State and local 53.9 56.6

Residual -0.3 -2.1

Addenda:

Government enterprise gross fixed investment 72.9 72.3

Federal 6.6 6.6

Structures 2.2 2.2

Equipment and software 4.4 4.5

State and local 66.3 65.7

Structures 55.8 54.8

Equipment and software 10.6 11.0

(1.) Consists of general government and government enterprise

expenditures for fixed assets.

(2.) Structures and software include compensation of government

employees engaged in new own-account investment and related

expenditures for goods and services.

(3.) Consists of Department of Defense new structures, except family

housing.

(4.) Consists of lodging, religious, communication, sewage and waste

disposal, water supply structures, and manufacturing.

(5.) Consists of lodging, communication, and manufacturing.

NOTE. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product of the

chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of the

corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the

chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the

corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The

residual line is the difference between the first line and sum of the

most detailed lines, excluding the lines in the addenda.

Table 5.10. Capital Transfers (Net)

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Capital transfers received by government

(net) 1 35.7 29.0

Federal 2 -12.9 -23.1

Estate and gift taxes paid by persons 3 28.0 25.3

Less: Capital transfers paid to persons

(1) 4 3.6

Less: Capital transfers paid to the rest

of the world (net) (2) 5 0.0 0.2

Less: Federal investment grants to State

and local governments (3) 6 40.8 44.6

Less: Investment grants to business (4) 7 0.0

State and local 8 48.6 52.1

Estate and gift taxes paid by persons 9 7.8 7.4

Federal investment grants to state and

local governments (3) 10 40.8 44.6

Capital transfers received by the rest of the

world (net) 11 1.1 1.4

Capital transfers received from U.S.

government (net) 12 0.0 0.2

Less: Migrants’ transfers received by

persons (net) (5) 13 -1.1 -1.2

2003 2004

Capital transfers received by government

(net) 11.1 13.9

Federal -40.4 -38.0

Estate and gift taxes paid by persons 22.0 24.6

Less: Capital transfers paid to persons

(1) 14.8 16.1

Less: Capital transfers paid to the rest

of the world (net) (2) 1.9 0.2

Less: Federal investment grants to State

and local governments (3) 45.5 46.3

Less: Investment grants to business (4) 0.2 0.0

State and local 51.5 51.9

Estate and gift taxes paid by persons 6.0 5.6

Federal investment grants to state and

local governments (3) 45.5 46.3

Capital transfers received by the rest of the

world (net) 3.3 1.7

Capital transfers received from U.S.

government (net) 1.9 0.2

Less: Migrants’ transfers received by

persons (net) (5) -1.4 -1.5

(1.) Beginning with October 2002, consists of payments to the Uniformed

Services Retiree Health Care Fund to amortize the unfunded liability.

(2.) Consists of forgiveness of debts owed by foreign governments to

the U.S. Government, and the December 1999 transfer to the Republic of

Panama of the U.S. Government’s assets in the Panama Canal Commission.

(3.) Consists of Federal Government investment grants for highways,

transit, air and water transportation, and water treatment plants.

(4.) Consists of maritime construction subsidies paid by the Federal

Government.

(5.) Consists of immigrants’ transfers from the rest of the world, net

of emigrants’ transfers to the rest of the world.

6. Income and Employment by Industry

Table 6.1D. National Income Without Capital Consumption Adjustment by

Industry

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 1 8,854.9 9,013.5

Domestic industries 2 8,811.2 8,982.9

Private industries 3 7,758.4 7,854.7

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 69.3 65.9

Mining 5 101.0 81.4

Utilities 6 149.2 143.8

Construction 7 463.3 470.8

Manufacturing 8 1,094.1 1,071.6

Durable goods 9 617.8 613.8

Nondurable goods 10 476.2 457.8

Wholesale trade 11 557.7 553.4

Retail trade 12 689.0 710.1

Transportation and warehousing 13 251.9 250.3

Information 14 305.6 307.3

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 15 1,643.7 1,644.7

Professional and business

services (1) 16 1,171.3 1,211.2

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 17 719.2 777.0

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 18 316.8 330.3

Other services, except

government 19 226.2 237.1

Government 20 1,052.8 1,128.2

Rest of the world 21 43.6 30.6

Season-

ally

adjust-

ed at

annual

rates

2003 2004 2001

IV

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 9,444.8 10,020.7 8,833.6

Domestic industries 9,376.7 9,966.9 8,759.0

Private industries 8,179.7 8,711.5 7,682.3

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 80.0 96.9 73.6

Mining 103.1 124.1 82.2

Utilities 151.1 157.0 148.3

Construction 483.4 529.8 462.1

Manufacturing 1,133.4 1,190.2 998.8

Durable goods 642.7 690.2 541.3

Nondurable goods 490.7 500.0 457.5

Wholesale trade 577.6 618.4 555.4

Retail trade 738.9 772.5 697.2

Transportation and warehousing 261.6 279.8 247.1

Information 310.2 338.6 290.2

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,674.6 1,766.7 1,662.6

Professional and business

services (1) 1,249.4 1,334.8 1,187.7

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 824.4 877.7 735.0

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 344.6 365.5 316.6

Other services, except

government 247.3 259.6 225.6

Government 1,197.0 1,255.4 1,076.6

Rest of the world 68.1 53.8 74.6

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2002

I II III

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 8,911.9 8,991.4 9,031.3

Domestic industries 8,885.7 8,974.8 9,001.7

Private industries 7,779.1 7,855.1 7,866.7

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 62.9 59.9 67.2

Mining 76.7 78.7 81.9

Utilities 138.2 143.3 145.3

Construction 466.7 468.9 471.9

Manufacturing 1,045.8 1,069.7 1,079.5

Durable goods 588.7 615.0 623.7

Nondurable goods 457.1 454.6 455.9

Wholesale trade 548.6 556.5 551.5

Retail trade 698.7 709.8 715.1

Transportation and warehousing 246.4 247.3 251.0

Information 311.4 308.1 302.7

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,675.8 1,665.3 1,623.8

Professional and business

services (1) 1,199.0 1,210.8 1,218.1

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 754.2 772.3 786.2

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 322.9 329.2 332.7

Other services, except

government 231.6 235.4 239.7

Government 1,106.6 1,119.7 1,135.0

Rest of the world 26.2 16.6 29.6

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2002 2003

IV I II

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 9,119.4 9,244.5 9,351.3

Domestic industries 9,069.4 9,199.5 9,284.5

Private industries 7,918.0 8,018.6 8,092.5

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 73.4 72.7 78.2

Mining 88.4 97.3 100.4

Utilities 148.2 150.4 148.8

Construction 475.7 475.6 477.1

Manufacturing 1,091.6 1,117.8 1,114.7

Durable goods 627.9 634.3 632.0

Nondurable goods 463.7 483.5 482.7

Wholesale trade 556.9 561.9 568.7

Retail trade 716.7 722.2 736.6

Transportation and warehousing 256.5 259.2 255.1

Information 306.9 299.8 305.6

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,613.9 1,640.5 1,659.2

Professional and business

services (1) 1,216.8 1,228.6 1,240.9

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 795.3 808.8 820.4

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 336.1 339.8 340.7

Other services, except

government 241.8 243.9 246.0

Government 1,151.4 1,181.0 1,192.0

Rest of the world 50.0 45.0 66.8

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2003 2004

III IV I

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 9,504.3 9,679.0 9,829.2

Domestic industries 9,437.0 9,585.7 9,746.2

Private industries 8,233.8 8,374.1 8,508.3

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 79.8 89.4 102.9

Mining 104.8 110.0 115.0

Utilities 151.7 153.6 154.6

Construction 484.7 496.1 504.4

Manufacturing 1,128.6 1,172.5 1,147.6

Durable goods 635.7 668.8 652.1

Nondurable goods 492.9 503.8 495.6

Wholesale trade 585.9 594.0 598.2

Retail trade 745.0 751.9 764.9

Transportation and warehousing 264.8 267.5 274.5

Information 322.6 312.5 312.6

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,691.7 1,707.1 1,759.0

Professional and business

services (1) 1,251.6 1,276.6 1,306.6

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 828.9 839.7 854.2

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 345.7 352.0 359.7

Other services, except

government 248.1 251.0 254.1

Government 1,203.2 1,211.6 1,237.8

Rest of the world 67.3 93.2 83.0

Seasonally adjusted at

annual rates

2004

II III IV

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 9,948.0 10,005.3 10,300.3

Domestic industries 9,901.2 9,956.8 10,263.5

Private industries 8,651.5 8,695.2 8,991.0

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 105.6 92.0 87.2

Mining 121.2 123.8 136.2

Utilities 157.2 155.8 160.2

Construction 524.6 537.6 552.6

Manufacturing 1,168.2 1,192.6 1,252.3

Durable goods 674.7 702.9 731.0

Nondurable goods 493.5 489.7 521.3

Wholesale trade 610.8 625.3 639.3

Retail trade 771.8 763.1 790.0

Transportation and warehousing 283.6 279.5 281.6

Information 343.4 351.6 346.7

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,763.7 1,733.1 1,811.1

Professional and business

services (1) 1,307.0 1,333.5 1,392.0

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 870.8 880.0 905.9

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 366.3 366.5 369.4

Other services, except

government 257.2 260.7 266.4

Government 1,249.7 1,261.6 1,272.6

Rest of the world 46.7 48.5 36.8

Seasonally

adjusted at

annual rates

2005

I II

National income without

capital consumption

adjustment 10,737.7

Domestic industries 10,698.3

Private industries 9,407.9

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 86.5

Mining 138.9

Utilities 174.3

Construction 587.3

Manufacturing 1,287.7

Durable goods 720.1

Nondurable goods 567.6

Wholesale trade 664.1

Retail trade 819.7

Transportation and warehousing 311.4

Information 382.9

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 1,901.9

Professional and business

services (1) 1,450.7

Educational services, health care,

and social assistance 937.3

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 391.5

Other services, except

government 273.6

Government 1,290.4

Rest of the world 39.4

(1) Consists of professional, scientific, and technical services;

management of companies and enterprises; and administrative and waste

management services.

Note: Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.2D. Compensation of Employees by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Compensation of employees 1 5,942,085 6,091,188

Domestic industries 2 5,947,248 6,096,629

Private industries 3 4,882,424 4,957,597

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 36,087 36,445

Farms (1) 5 20,878 20,792

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 15,210 15,654

Mining 7 38,836 37,736

Oil and gas extraction 8 14,129 14,209

Mining, except oil and gas 9 13,385 12,961

Support activities for mining 10 11,322 10,566

Utilities 11 48,412 51,215

Construction 12 327,586 332,734

Manufacturing 13 876,811 874,315

Durable goods 14 584,238 570,836

Wood products 15 21,348 21,471

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 25,672 25,482

Primary metals 17 32,239 29,624

Fabricated metal products 18 77,349 75,035

Machinery 19 75,361 71,127

Computer and electronic

products 20 137,317 122,375

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 21 128,610 27,612

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 79,420 88,639

Other transportation equipment 23 48,355 50,800

Furniture and related products 24 22,902 22,450

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 35,664 36.221

Nondurable goods 26 292,572 303,478

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 73,118 78,627

Textile mills and textile

product mills 28 18,610 17,620

Apparel and, leather and

allied products 29 14,781 13,314

Paper products 30 32,023 32,862

Printing and related support

activities 31 34,196 32,724

Petroleum and coal products 32 9,938 11,649

Chemical products 33 71,604 78,162

Plastics and rubber products 34 38,304 38,520

Wholesale trade 35 334,075 333,424

Durable goods 36 208,644 202,306

Nondurable goods 37 125,431 131,118

Retail trade 38 410,526 422,335

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 81,821 85,239

Food and beverage stores 40 65,444 67,577

General merchandise stores 41 57,618 61,009

Other retail (2) 42 205,644 208,510

Transportation and warehousing 43 203,486 204,141

Air transportation 44 40,116 38,659

Rail transportation 45 16,664 16,711

Water transportation 46 3,571 3,757

Truck transportation 47 60,867 61,051

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 10,458 10,829

Pipeline transportation 49 5,029 3,983

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 50 47,235 48,781

Warehousing and storage 51 19,546 20,370

Information 52 244,368 227,913

Publishing industries (includes

software) 53 75,996 71,108

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 54 20,205 21,278

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 55 109,191 102,975

Information and data processing

services 56 38,976 32,552

Finance and insurance 57 436,988 447,980

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 145,933 162,669

Securities, commodity contracts,

and investments 59 144,847 131,957

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 137,003 143,648

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 61 9,204 9,706

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 81,264 84,098

Real estate 63 56,707 59,699

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets

(4) 64 24,557 24,399

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 65 499,604 489,146

Legal services 66 91,445 92,332

Computer systems design and

related services 67 111,787 104,168

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 68 296,373 292,646

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 69 139,885 139,463

Administrative and waste management

services 70 217,033 222,922

Administrative and support

services 71 202,179 207,396

Waste management and remediation

services 72 14,854 15,526

Educational services 73 78,103 85,509

Health care and social assistance 74 516,242 553,840

Ambulatory health care services 75 234,879 249,008

Hospitals 76 168,613 182,962

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 648,931 69,996

Social assistance 78 47,857 51,875

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 56,948 59,856

Performing arts, spectator

sports, museums, and related

activities 80 273,041 28,839

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation industries 81 2,964,411 31,017

Accommodation and food services 82 170,604 177,810

Accommodation 83 47,556 47,437

Food services and drinking

places 84 123,048 130,374

Other services, except government 85 165,563 176,713

Government 86 1,064,825 1,139,032

Federal 87 302,949 330,074

General government 88 242,905 269,383

Civilian 89 145,369 158,261

Military (7) 90 97,537 111,122

Government enterprises 91 60,043 60,691

State and local 92 761,876 808,958

General government 93 710,834 754,175

Education 94 381,149 404,051

Other (8) 95 329,685 350,124

Government enterprises (8) 96 51,042 54,783

Rest of the world 97 -5,163 -5,441

Receipts from the rest of the world 98 2,931 2,943

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (9) 99 8,094 8,384

2003 2004

Compensation of employees 6,321,123 6,687,581

Domestic industries 6,326,657 6,693,383

Private industries 5,118,044 5,421,532

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 36,096 39,277

Farms (1) 19,984 22,535

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 16,112 16,742

Mining 38,806 43,459

Oil and gas extraction 14,654 16,719

Mining, except oil and gas 12,902 13,973

Support activities for mining 11,250 12,767

Utilities 52,841 55,432

Construction 337,228 360,105

Manufacturing 898,971 915,215

Durable goods 590,464 600,482

Wood products 21,511 23,220

Nonmetallic mineral products 25,422 26,684

Primary metals 29,285 31,406

Fabricated metal products 74,331 78,673

Machinery 71,317 75,837

Computer and electronic

products 121,291 125,787

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 27,526 28,781

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 107,772 91,102

Other transportation equipment 52,610 56,695

Furniture and related products 22,269 23,221

Miscellaneous manufacturing 37,129 39,076

Nondurable goods 308,508 314,734

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 79,815 81,398

Textile mills and textile

product mills 16,653 16,614

Apparel and, leather and

allied products 12,658 12,650

Paper products 32,305 32,499

Printing and related support

activities 32,141 33,149

Petroleum and coal products 15,694 14,210

Chemical products 80,705 84,051

Plastics and rubber products 38,538 40,161

Wholesale trade 344,911 367,855

Durable goods 207,582 221,731

Nondurable goods 137,329 146,124

Retail trade 433,117 451,515

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 87,232 90,238

Food and beverage stores 68,843 70,295

General merchandise stores 64,367 67,143

Other retail (2) 212,675 223,839

Transportation and warehousing 206,036 219,785

Air transportation 36.626 37,523

Rail transportation 16,803 17,477

Water transportation 3,928 4,301

Truck transportation 62,202 67,024

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 11,080 11,713

Pipeline transportation 3,906 3,960

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 49,923 54,018

Warehousing and storage 21,567 23,769

Information 225,134 234,115

Publishing industries (includes

software) 70,923 71,042

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 21,756 23,094

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 100,734 105,909

Information and data processing

services 31,721 34,070

Finance and insurance 471,086 510,467

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 179,313 186,700

Securities, commodity contracts,

and investments 127,924 147,569

Insurance carriers and related

activities 153,976 164,671

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 9,873 11,526

Real estate and rental and leasing 87,611 94,917

Real estate 62,846 68,620

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets

(4) 24,764 26,297

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 497,512 532,033

Legal services 97,763 102,830

Computer systems design and

related services 99,534 108,221

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 300,215 320,981

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 144,183 162,146

Administrative and waste management

services 230,140 250,408

Administrative and support

services 214,022 233,057

Waste management and remediation

services 16,117 17,351

Educational services 91,631 97,588

Health care and social assistance 589,636 629,531

Ambulatory health care services 262,815 282,318

Hospitals 198,159 212,044

Nursing and residential care

facilities 73,474 77,178

Social assistance 55,188 57,991

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 63,007 66,171

Performing arts, spectator

sports, museums, and related

activities 30,619 31,839

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation industries 32,388 34,332

Accommodation and food services 185,371 197,548

Accommodation 49,513 52,894

Food services and drinking

places 1,358,581 144,654

Other services, except government 1,847,291 193,966

Government 1,208,613 1,271,851

Federal 354,916 382,611

General government 297,660 319,831

Civilian 169,097 182,024

Military (7) 128,563 137,807

Government enterprises 57,256 62,780

State and local 853,697 889,240

General government 795,156 827,859

Education 427,253 444,004

Other (8) 367,903 383,855

Government enterprises (8) 58,541 61,381

Rest of the world -5,534 -5,802

Receipts from the rest of the world 2,976 3,038

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (9) 8,510 8,840

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and

appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies

dealers; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations; clothing

and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book, and music

stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore retailers.

(3.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(4.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(5.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services: advertising and

related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(6.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(7.) Includes Coast Guard.

(8.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in state and

local government.

(9.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.3D. Wage and Salary Accruals by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Wage and salary accruals 1 4,942,776 4,980,897

Domestic industries 2 4,947,939 4,986,338

Private industries 3 4,132,071 4,120,406

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 31,756 32,046

Farms (1) 5 17,920 17,913

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 13,837 14,133

Mining 7 32,095 30,771

Oil and gas extraction 8 11,569 11,424

Mining, except oil and gas 9 10,870 10,467

Support activities for mining 10 9,656 8,880

Utilities 11 39,563 39,991

Construction 12 271,710 272,470

Manufacturing 13 708,758 675,460

Durable goods 14 469,519 441,025

Wood products 15 17,650 17,573

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 20,974 20,666

Primary metals 17 25,643 23,208

Fabricated metal products 18 62,803 59,782

Machinery 19 62,040 56,984

Computer and electronic

products 20 113,215 98,128

Electrical equipment,

appliance, and components 21 22,388 20,646

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 58,394 58,720

Other transportation equipment 23 39,376 38,984

Furniture and related products 24 18,848 18,271

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 28,188 28,063

Nondurable goods 26 239,239 234,435

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 59,611 60,437

Textile mills and textile

product mills 28 15,386 14,527

Apparel and leather and allied

products 29 11,943 10,749

Paper products 30 26,445 25,610

Printing and related support

activities 31 28,644 27,063

Petroleum and coal products 32 7,658 7,654

Chemical products 33 58,050 57,306

Plastics and rubber products 34 31,503 31,089

Wholesale trade 35 284,258 280,746

Durable goods 36 176,483 170,598

Nondurable goods 37 107,775 110,148

Retail trade 38 355,703 360,214

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 70,728 72,764

Food and beverage stores 40 56,286 57,239

General merchandise stores 41 49,486 51,142

Other retail (2) 42 179,204 179,068

Transportation and warehousing 43 165,113 162,152

Air transportation 44 32,311 30,551

Rail transportation 45 12,104 11,841

Water transportation 46 2,789 2,888

Truck transportation 47 48,541 47,879

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 8,806 8,987

Pipeline transportation 49 4,238 3,272

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 50 39,881 397,501

Warehousing and storage 51 16,442 169,841

Information 52 206,984 189,574

Publishing industries (includes

software) 53 64,264 58,489

Motion picture and sound

industries recording 54 17,601 18,260

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 55 91,415 84,754

Information and data processing

services 56 33,703 28,071

Finance and insurance 57 372,948 370,127

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 123,209 132,036

Securities, commodity contracts,

and investments 59 127,549 112,349

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 116,353 119,839

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 61 5,837 5,904

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 69,822 71,787

Real estate 63 48,682 51,018

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 64 21,140 20,769

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 65 428,129 415,639

Legal services 66 77,092 80,303

Computer systems design and

related services 67 96,176 84,457

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 68 254,861 250,879

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 69 118,350 117,403

Administrative and waste management

services 70 190,540 193,242

Administrative and support

services 71 177,698 179,941

Waste management and remediation

services 72 12,842 13,301

Educational services 73 68,745 74,958

Health care and social assistance 74 441,714 472,277

Ambulatory health care services 75 197,611 209,733

Hospitals 76 145,379 157,099

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 56,321 60,063

Social assistance 78 42,402 45,382

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 49,395 51,543

Performing arts, spectator

sports, museums, and related

activities 80 23,490 24,669

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation industries 81 25,905 26,875

Accommodation and food services 82 149,626 153,911

Accommodation 83 41,085 40,655

Food services and drinking

places 84 108,541 113,256

Other services, except government 85 146,864 156,095

Government 86 815,868 865,932

Federal 87 200,484 218,412

General government 88 160,417 177,888

Civilian 89 97,080 105,984

Military (7) 90 63,337 71,904

Government enterprises 91 40,067 40,524

State and local 92 615,384 647,520

General government 93 573,684 603,132

Education 94 304,356 319,452

Other (8) 95 269,328 283,680

Government enterprises (8) 96 41,700 44,388

Rest of the world 97 -5,163 -5,441

Receipts from the rest of the world 98 2,931 2,943

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (9) 99 8,094 8,384

2003 2004

Wage and salary accruals 5,111,132 5,389,442

Domestic industries 5,116,666 5,395,244

Private industries 4,213,318 4,455,764

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 31,584 34,780

Farms (1) 17,044 19,726

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 14,540 15,054

Mining 31,310 34,841

Oil and gas extraction 11,632 13,185

Mining, except oil and gas 10,316 11,011

Support activities for mining 9,363 10,644

Utilities 39,612 41,030

Construction 275,577 292,575

Manufacturing 668,726 687,708

Durable goods 434,250 450,244

Wood products 17,476 18,745

Nonmetallic mineral products 20,462 21,279

Primary metals 22,616 23,695

Fabricated metal products 58,817 61,665

Machinery 55,621 58,015

Computer and electronic

products 94,480 97,053

Electrical equipment,

appliance, and components 20,046 20,576

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 59,857 60,446

Other transportation equipment 38,284 40,471

Furniture and related products 17,963 18,540

Miscellaneous manufacturing 28,628 29,760

Nondurable goods 234,476 237,464

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 61,451 62,111

Textile mills and textile

product mills 13,594 13,317

Apparel and leather and allied

products 10,070 9,900

Paper products 25,139 24,894

Printing and related support

activities 26,406 26,901

Petroleum and coal products 7,820 8,323

Chemical products 59,040 60,334

Plastics and rubber products 30,956 31,683

Wholesale trade 288,593 305,989

Durable goods 173,890 184,730

Nondurable goods 114,703 121,260

Retail trade 367,333 380,394

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 74,065 76,118

Food and beverage stores 57,901 58,608

General merchandise stores 53,674 55,647

Other retail (2) 1,816,931 190,021

Transportation and warehousing 163,063 172,249

Air transportation 28,410 28,310

Rail transportation 12,090 12,647

Water transportation 3,020 3,302

Truck transportation 48,480 51,900

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 9,124 9,580

Pipeline transportation 3,187 3,172

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 40,867 43,673

Warehousing and storage 17,885 19,665

Information 185,252 190,405

Publishing industries (includes

software) 58,390 57,629

Motion picture and sound

industries recording 18,110 19,376

Broadcasting and

telecommunications 81,701 84,414

Information and data processing

services 27,051 28,986

Finance and insurance 389,509 422,164

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 147,129 153,638

Securities, commodity contracts,

and investments 108,598 125,401

Insurance carriers and related

activities 127,747 135,867

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 6,035 7,259

Real estate and rental and leasing 74,774 80,755

Real estate 53,724 58,523

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 21,050 22,232

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 423,278 449,831

Legal services 84,630 88,584

Computer systems design and

related services 82,850 88,803

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 255,798 272,444

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 120,889 136,158

Administrative and waste management

services 198,046 214,721

Administrative and support

services 184,319 199,996

Waste management and remediation

services 13,726 14,725

Educational services 79,889 84,762

Health care and social assistance 500,191 532,287

Ambulatory health care services 220,317 236,088

Hospitals 169,302 180,546

Nursing and residential care

facilities 62,585 65,425

Social assistance 47,987 50,228

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 53,962 56,338

Performing arts, spectator

sports, museums, and related

activities 26,053 26,909

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation industries 27,909 29,430

Accommodation and food services 159,397 169,266

Accommodation 42,137 44,826

Food services and drinking

places 117,260 124,440

Other services, except government 162,333 169,510

Government 903,348 939,480

Federal 235,080 248,052

General government 195,048 205,692

Civilian 113,928 120,936

Military (7) 81,120 84,756

Government enterprises 40,032 42,360

State and local 668,268 691,428

General government 621,864 643,092

Education 330,240 340,824

Other (8) 291,624 302,268

Government enterprises (8) 46,404 48,336

Rest of the world -5,534 -5,802

Receipts from the rest of the world 2,976 3,038

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (9) 8,510 8,840

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and

appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies

dealers; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations; clothing

and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book, and music

stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore retailers.

(3.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(4.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(5.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services: advertising and

related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(6.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(7.) Includes Coast Guard.

(8.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in state and

local government.

(9.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.4D. Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by Industry

[Thousands]

Line 2001 2002

Full-time and part-time employees 1 138,407 137,306

Domestic industries 2 139,033 137,932

Private industries 3 115,605 114,135

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 1,580 1,564

Farms (1) 5 870 870

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 710 694

Mining 7 540 511

Oil and gas extraction 8 126 124

Mining, except oil and gas 9 224 213

Support activities for mining 10 190 175

Utilities 11 604 594

Construction 12 7,071 6,978

Manufacturing 13 16,528 15,349

Durable goods 14 10,374 9,528

Wood products 15 591 574

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 546 520

Primary metals 17 571 506

Fabricated metal products 18 1,677 1,552

Machinery 19 1,370 1,229

Computer and electronic products 20 1,752 1,500

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 21 554 498

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 1,210 1,153

Other transportation equipment 23 720 679

Furniture and related products 24 647 607

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 736 708

Nondurable goods 26 6,154 5,822

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 1,780 1,760

Textile mills and textile

product mills 28 538 487

Apparel and leather and allied

products 29 502 419

Paper products 30 579 542

Printing and related support

activities 31 784 724

Petroleum and coal products 32 120 117

Chemical products 33 959 928

Plastics and rubber products 34 893 845

Wholesale trade 35 5,829 5,711

Durable goods 36 3,469 3,355

Nondurable goods 37 2,360 2,356

Retail trade 38 15,682 15,500

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 1,919 1,937

Food and beverage stores 40 3,030 2,975

General merchandise stores 41 2,918 2,892

Other retail (2) 42 7,814 7,697

Transportation and warehousing 43 4,417 4,265

Air transportation 44 616 562

Rail transportation 45 201 194

Water transportation 46 54 54

Truck transportation 47 1,414 1,367

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 402 403

Pipeline transportation 49 45 42

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 50 1,173 1,127

Warehousing and storage 51 512 516

Information 52 3,614 3,381

Publishing industries (includes

software) 53 1,063 998

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 54 375 393

Broadcasting and telecommunications 55 1,640 1,507

Information and data processing

services 56 536 484

Finance and insurance 57 5,850 5,887

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 2,622 2,706

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 59 865 818

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 2,276 2,277

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 61 87 86

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 2,119 2,112

Real estate 63 1,418 1,436

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 64 702 675

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 65 7,317 7,103

Legal services 66 1,250 1,279

Computer systems design and related

services 67 1,288 1,148

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 68 4,780 4,676

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 69 1,714 1,685

Administrative and waste management

services 70 7,789 7,630

Administrative and support services 71 7,472 7,311

Waste management and remediation

services 72 318 319

Educational services 73 2,583 2,709

Health care and social assistance 74 13,604 14,043

Ambulatory health care services 75 4,603 4,758

Hospitals 76 4,028 4,147

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 2,684 2,746

Social assistance 78 2,289 2,392

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 1,891 1,910

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 80 494 495

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 81 1,397 1,415

Accommodation and food services 82 10,248 10,345

Accommodation 83 1,852 1,793

Food services and drinking places 84 8,396 8,551

Other services, except government 85 6,626 6,859

Government 86 23,428 23,797

Federal 87 5,076 5,116

General government 88 4,114 4,187

Civilian 89 1,825 1,865

Military (7) 90 2,289 2,322

Government enterprises 91 962 929

State and local 92 18,352 18,681

General government 93 17,353 17,637

Education 94 9,450 9,662

Other (8) 95 7,903 7,975

Government enterprises (8) 96 999 1,044

Rest of the world (9) 97 -626 -626

2003 2004

Full-time and part-time employees 136,969 138,384

Domestic industries 137,629 139,051

Private industries 113,703 115,092

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 1,578 1,520

Farms (1) 886 83

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 692 684

Mining 504 524

Oil and gas extraction 122 122

Mining, except oil and gas 204 208

Support activities for mining 179 193

Utilities 578 567

Construction 6,974 7,215

Manufacturing 14,597 14,396

Durable goods 9,003 8,959

Wood products 554 568

Nonmetallic mineral products 499 502

Primary metals 475 467

Fabricated metal products 1,486 1,497

Machinery 1,153 1,145

Computer and electronic products 1,355 1,318

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 460 446

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 1,114 1,115

Other transportation equipment 645 653

Furniture and related products 576 572

Miscellaneous manufacturing 686 675

Nondurable goods 5,594 5,437

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 1,731 1,703

Textile mills and textile

product mills 447 417

Apparel and leather and allied

products 369 342

Paper products 516 495

Printing and related support

activities 691 676

Petroleum and coal products 114 111

Chemical products 909 886

Plastics and rubber products 817 806

Wholesale trade 5,682 5,740

Durable goods 3,317 3,349

Nondurable goods 2,365 2,391

Retail trade 15,422 15,559

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 1,941 1,965

Food and beverage stores 2,932 2,907

General merchandise stores 2,906 2,946

Other retail (2) 7,643 7,740

Transportation and warehousing 4,211 4,284

Air transportation 528 514

Rail transportation 190 192

Water transportation 54 57

Truck transportation 1,353 1,381

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 404 411

Pipeline transportation 40 38

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 1,119 1,134

Warehousing and storage 523 558

Information 3,198 3,121

Publishing industries (includes

software) 964 940

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 377 385

Broadcasting and telecommunications 1,405 1,357

Information and data processing

services 453 439

Finance and insurance 5,990 6,014

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 2,811 2,844

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 787 793

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,308 2,291

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 84 86

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,129 2,160

Real estate 1,463 1,490

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 666 671

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 7,089 7,214

Legal services 1,311 1,323

Computer systems design and related

services 1,115 1,145

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 4,663 4,746

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 1,672 1,701

Administrative and waste management

services 7,598 7,890

Administrative and support services 7,278 7,564

Waste management and remediation

services 319 327

Educational services 2,771 2,840

Health care and social assistance 14,394 14,676

Ambulatory health care services 4,916 5,072

Hospitals 4,237 4,278

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,784 2,817

Social assistance 2,458 2,509

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,927 1,965

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 499 499

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 1,427 1,466

Accommodation and food services 10,499 10,771

Accommodation 1,793 1,810

Food services and drinking places 8,706 8,962

Other services, except government 6,891 6,934

Government 23,926 23,959

Federal 5,166 5,110

General government 4,263 4,232

Civilian 1,915 1,915

Military (7) 2,348 2,317

Government enterprises 903 878

State and local 18,760 18,849

General government 17,709 17,777

Education 9,745 9,797

Other (8) 7,964 7,980

Government enterprises (8) 1,051 1,072

Rest of the world (9) -660 -667

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics

and appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and

supplies dealers; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations;

clothing and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore

retailers.

(3.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(4.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(5.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services; advertising and

related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(6.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(7.) Includes Coast Guard.

(8.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in state and

local government.

(9.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.5D. Full-Time Equivalent Employees by Industry

[Thousands]

Line 2001 2002

Full-time and part-time employees (1) 1 124,608 123,307

Domestic industries 2 125,144 123,843

Private industries 3 105,670 104,025

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 1,366 1,352

Farms (2) 5 746 746

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 620 607

Mining 7 530 504

Oil and gas extraction 8 123 122

Mining, except oil and gas 9 220 210

Support activities for mining 10 187 172

Utilities 11 595 586

Construction 12 6,853 6,745

Manufacturing 13 16,190 15,056

Durable goods 14 10,193 9,374

Wood products 15 576 566

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 535 511

Primary metals 17 560 498

Fabricated metal products 18 1,645 1,527

Machinery 19 1,348 1,209

Computer and electronic products 20 1,728 1,479

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 21 548 491

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 1,198 1,143

Other transportation equipment 23 714 673

Furniture and related products 24 630 593

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 711 685

Nondurable goods 26 5,997 5,681

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 1,718 1,702

Textile mills and textile

product mills 28 521 474

Apparel and leather and allied

products 29 486 408

Paper products 30 564 528

Printing and related support

activities 31 764 705

Petroleum and coal products 32 118 116

Chemical products 33 946 913

Plastics and rubber products 34 880 835

Wholesale trade 35 5,577 5,451

Durable goods 36 3,319 3,202

Nondurable goods 37 2,258 2,249

Retail trade 38 13,667 13,504

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 1.673 1,687

Food and beverage stores 40 2,641 2,591

General merchandise stores 41 2,543 2,520

Other retail (3) 42 6,810 6,705

Transportation and warehousing 43 4,188 4,042

Air transportation 44 584 533

Rail transportation 45 191 184

Water transportation 46 51 51

Truck transportation 47 1,341 1,296

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 381 382

Pipeline transportation 49 43 40

Other transportation and support

activities (4) 50 1,113 1,068

Warehousing and storage 51 486 489

Information 52 3,398 3,176

Publishing industries (includes

software) 53 971 913

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 54 321 333

Broadcasting and telecommunications 55 1,603 1,479

Information and data processing

services 56 503 452

Finance and insurance 57 5,603 5,632

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 2,505 2,580

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 59 826 780

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 2,189 2,189

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 61 84 83

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 1,927 1,920

Real estate 63 1,292 1,322

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (5) 64 635 598

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 65 6,933 6,700

Legal services 66 1,184 1,206

Computer systems design and related

services 67 1,220 1,083

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (6) 68 4,529 4,411

Management of companies and

enterprises (7) 69 1,638 1,609

Administrative and waste management

services 70 7,114 6,988

Administrative and support services 71 6,805 6,680

Waste management and remediation

services 72 308 308

Educational services 73 2,285 2,398

Health care and social assistance 74 12,266 12,636

Ambulatory health care services 75 4,136 4,261

Hospitals 76 3,740 3,861

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 2,412 2,459

Social assistance 78 1,979 2,056

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 1,587 1,603

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 80 415 415

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 81 1,173 1,188

Accommodation and food services 82 8,325 8,356

Accommodation 83 1,688 1,640

Food services and drinking places 84 6,637 6,716

Other services, except government 85 5,629 5,768

Government 86 19,474 19,818

Federal 87 4,107 41,351

General government 88 3,342 3,379

Civilian 89 1,794 1,802

Military (8) 90 1,548 1,577

Government enterprises 91 765 756

State and local 92 15,367 15,683

General government 93 14,394 14,661

Education 94 7,647 7,803

Other (9) 95 6,747 6,858

Government enterprises (9) 96 973 10,221

Rest of the world (10) 97 -536 -536

2003 2004

Full-time and part-time employees (1) 122,823 123,951

Domestic industries 123,389 124,523

Private industries 103,416 104,509

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 1,369 1,319

Farms (2) 759 716

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 609 602

Mining 494 514

Oil and gas extraction 119 121

Mining, except oil and gas 200 204

Support activities for mining 175 189

Utilities 568 562

Construction 6,725 6,975

Manufacturing 14,301 14,112

Durable goods 8.851 8,807

Wood products 544 556

Nonmetallic mineral products 491 495

Primary metals 466 458

Fabricated metal products 1,458 1,469

Machinery 1,135 1,125

Computer and electronic products 1,336 1,300

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and components 456 440

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 1,103 1,104

Other transportation equipment 639 647

Furniture and related products 560 560

Miscellaneous manufacturing 663 652

Nondurable goods 5,449 5,305

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 1,670 1,650

Textile mills and textile

product mills 436 405

Apparel and leather and allied

products 360.00 332

Paper products 501 484

Printing and related support

activities 671 l 662

Petroleum and coal products 114 109

Chemical products 893 870

Plastics and rubber products 805 793

Wholesale trade 5,450 5,531

Durable goods 3,181 3,227

Nondurable goods 2,269 2,304

Retail trade 13,400 13,482

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 1,687 1,703

Food and beverage stores 2,547 2,519

General merchandise stores 2,525 2,553

Other retail (3) 6,641 6,707

Transportation and warehousing 3,992 4,052

Air transportation 500 486

Rail transportation 180 182

Water transportation 52 53

Truck transportation 1,282 1,306

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 383381 389

Pipeline transportation 36

Other transportation and support

activities (4) 1,061 1,073

Warehousing and storage 496 527

Information 2,992 2,898

Publishing industries (includes

software) 878 844

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 322 322

Broadcasting and telecommunications 1,374 1,327

Information and data processing

services 418 404

Finance and insurance 5,743 5,782

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 2,685 2,730

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 752 761

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,225 2,208

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 81 83

Real estate and rental and leasing 1,934 1,964

Real estate 1,341 1,365

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (5) 592 600

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 6,654 6,771

Legal services 1,230 1,241

Computer systems design and related

services 1,047 1,075

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (6) 4,377 4,454

Management of companies and

enterprises (7) 1,630 1,650

Administrative and waste management

services 6,935 7,238

Administrative and support services 6,628 6,924

Waste management and remediation

services 307 314

Educational services 2,444 2,512

Health care and social assistance 12,944 13,199

Ambulatory health care services 4,411 4,542

Hospitals 3,924 3,971

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,498 2,523

Social assistance 2,110 2,163

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,579 1,613

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 409 410

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 1,170 1,203

Accommodation and food services 8,471 8,491

Accommodation 1,634 1,457

Food services and drinking places 6,838 7,034

Other services, except government 5,789 5,843

Government 19,973 20,014

Federal 4,179 4,131

General government 3,436 3,409

Civilian 1,834 1,817

Military (8) 1,602 1,592

Government enterprises 743 722

State and local 15,794 15,883

General government 14,765 14,842

Education 7,855 7,893

Other (9) 6,910 6,949

Government enterprises (9) 1,029 1,041

Rest of the world (10) -566 -572

(1.) Full-time equivalent employees equals the number of employees on

full-time schedules plus the number of employees on part-time schedules

converted to a full-time basis. The number of full-time equivalent

employees in each industry is the product of the total number of

employees and the ratio of average weekly hours per employee for all

employees to average weekly hours per employee on full-time schedules.

(2.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(3.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and

appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies

dealers; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations, clothing

and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore retailers.

(4.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(5.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(6.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services; advertising

and related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(7.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(8.) Includes Coast Guard.

(9.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in state

and local government.

(10.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.6D. Wage and Salary Accruals Per Full-Time Equivalent

Employee by Industry

[Dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Wage and salary accruals per full-time

equivalent employee 1 39,667 40,394

Domestic industries 2 39,538 40,263

Private industries 3 39,104 39,610

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 23,246 23,700

Farms (1) 5 24,034 24,026

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 22,300 23,299

Mining 7 60,595 61,069

Oil and gas extraction 8 93,847 93,818

Mining, except oil and gas 9 49,456 49,860

Support activities for mining 10 51,748 51,574

Utilities 11 66,470 68,268

Construction 12 39,647 40,394

Manufacturing 13 43,778 44,864

Durable goods 14 46,063 47,047

Wood products 15 30,644 31,058

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 39,230 40,481

Primary metals 17 45,799 46,575

Fabricated metal products 18 38,169 39,147

Machinery 19 46,022 47,117

Computer and electronic products 20 65,528 66,344

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components 21 40,861 42,051

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 48,732 51,390

Other transportation equipment 23 55,175 57,952

Furniture and related products 24 29,911 30,823

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 39,630 40,973

Nondurable goods 26 39,895 41,264

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 34,702 35,482

Textile mills and textile product

mills 28 29,537 30,632

Apparel and leather and allied

products 29 24,568 26,365

Paper products 30 46,911 48,497

Printing and related support

activities 31 37,476 38,384

Petroleum and coal products 32 64,768 65,972

Chemical products 33 61,393 62,782

Plastics and rubber products 34 35,794 37,212

Wholesale trade 35 50,974 51,506

Durable goods 36 53,177 53,277

Nondurable goods 37 47,735 48,984

Retail trade 38 26,027 26,675

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 42,283 43,130

Food and beverage stores 40 21,315 22,087

General merchandise stores 41 19,457 20,297

Other retail (2) 42 26,315 26,705

Transportation and warehousing 43 39,426 40,116

Air transportation 44 55,336 57,370

Rail transportation 45 63,517 64,404

Water transportation 46 54,850 56,386

Truck transportation 47 36,204 36,954

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 23,121 23,512

Pipeline transportation 49 99,717 81,404

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 50 35,846 37,226

Warehousing and storage 51 33,842 34,763

Information 52 60,917 59,681

Publishing industries (includes 53 66,203 64,063

software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 54 54,776 54,877

Broadcasting and telecommunications 55 57,023 57,302

Information and data processing

services 56 67,055 62,151

Finance and insurance 57 66,562 65,721

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 49,191 51,181

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 59 154,425 144,063

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 53,166 54,734

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 61 69,619 71,437

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 36,227 37,389

Real estate 63 37,678 38,598

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 64 33,278 34,719

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 65 61,756 62,038

Legal services 66 65,112 66,587

Computer systems design and related

services 67 78,833 77,988

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 68 56,279 56,878

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 69 72,270 72,971

Administrative and waste management

services 70 26,784 27,654

Administrative and support services 71 26,111 26,937

Waste management and remediation

services 72 41,645 43,223

Educational services 73 30,086 31,259

Health care and social assistance 74 36,011 37,374

Ambulatory health care services 75 47,779 49,221

Hospitals 76 38,871 40,688

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 23,355 24,429

Social assistance 78 21,431 22,077

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 31,115 32,154

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 80 56,649 59,390

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 81 22,088 22,629

Accommodation and food services 82 17,973 18,419

Accommodation 83 24,345 24,793

Food services and drinking places 84 16,353 16,863

Other services, except government 85 26,091 27,062

Government 86 41,895 43,694

Federal 87 48,815 52,820

General government 88 48,000 52,645

Civilian 89 54,114 58,815

Military (7) 90 40,915 45,595

Government enterprises 91 52,375 53,603

State and local 92 40,046 41,288

General government 93 39,856 41,139

Education 94 39,801 40,940

Other (8) 95 39,918 41,365

Government enterprises (8) 96 42,857 43,432

Rest of the world 97

2003 2004

Wage and salary accruals per full-time

equivalent employee 41,614 43,480

Domestic industries 41,468 43,327

Private industries 40,742 42,635

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 23,078 26,371

Farms (1) 22,454 27,533

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 23,857 24,989

Mining 63,379 67,782

Oil and gas extraction 97,360 109,263

Mining, except oil and gas 51,698 54,007

Support activities for mining 53,500 56,184

Utilities 69,704 73,040

Construction 40,976 41,945

Manufacturing 46,762 48,731

Durable goods 49,061 51,125

Wood products 32,130 33,710

Nonmetallic mineral products 41,676 43,002

Primary metals 48,500 51,710

Fabricated metal products 40,340 41,967

Machinery 49,009 51,589

Computer and electronic products 70,702 74,649

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components 43,976 46,741

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 54,249 54,728

Other transportation equipment 59,946 62,546

Furniture and related products 32,087 33,090

Miscellaneous manufacturing 43,171 45,672

Nondurable goods 43,028 44,758

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 36,778 37,656

Textile mills and textile product

mills 31,189 32,845

Apparel and leather and allied

products 27,988 29,790

Paper products 50,169 51,420

Printing and related support

activities 39,345 40,619

Petroleum and coal products 68,847 76,067

Chemical products 66,146 69,382

Plastics and rubber products 38,445 39,961

Wholesale trade 52,953 55,325

Durable goods 54,658 57,248

Nondurable goods 50,562 52,631

Retail trade 27,412 28,216

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 43,913 44,699

Food and beverage stores 22,730 23,264

General merchandise stores 21,254 21,800

Other retail (2) 27,359 28,332

Transportation and warehousing 40,848 42,505

Air transportation 56,800 58,201

Rail transportation 67,122 69,637

Water transportation 58,472 61,790

Truck transportation 37,807 39,728

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 23,853 24,643

Pipeline transportation 83,145 88,661

Other transportation and support

activities (3) 38,520 40,715

Warehousing and storage 36,064 37,284

Information 61,909 65,708

Publishing industries (includes

software) 66,498 68,279

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 56,298 60,167

Broadcasting and telecommunications 59,451 63,597

Information and data processing

services 64,662 71,686

Finance and insurance 67,821 73,010

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 54,796 56,284

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 144,401 164,711

Insurance carriers and related

activities 57,413 61,534

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 74,478 87,188

Real estate and rental and leasing 38,670 41,116

Real estate 40,057 42,888

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (4) 35,532 37,082

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 63,614 66,439

Legal services 68,795 71,358

Computer systems design and related

services 79,162 82,609

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (5) 58,440 61,165

Management of companies and

enterprises (6) 74,153 82,539

Administrative and waste management

services 28,557 29,664

Administrative and support services 27,810 28,883

Waste management and remediation

services 44,662 46,889

Educational services 32,682 33,740

Health care and social assistance 38,642 40,328

Ambulatory health care services 49,942 51,980

Hospitals 43,143 45,469

Nursing and residential care

facilities 25,054 25,933

Social assistance 22,738 23,216

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 34,178 34,921

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 63,647 65,644

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 23,864 24,456

Accommodation and food services 18,816 19,934

Accommodation 25,790 30,762

Food services and drinking places 17,149 17,691

Other services, except government 28,040 29,009

Government 45,228 46,941

Federal 56,253 60,046

General government 56,766 60,338

Civilian 62,120 66,558

Military (7) 50,637 53,239

Government enterprises 53,879 58,670

State and local 42,312 43,533

General government 42,117 43,329

Education 42,042 43,181

Other (8) 42,203 43,498

Government enterprises (8) 45,096 46,432

Rest of the world

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and

appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies

dealers; health and personal care stores; gasoline stations; clothing

and clothing accessories stores; sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore

retailers.

(3.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(4.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(5.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and

payroll services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific, and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

(6.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(7.) Includes Coast Guard.

(8.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in

state and local government.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.7D. Self-Employed Persons by Industry

[Thousands]

Line 2001 2002

Self-employed persons (1) 1 10,133 9,963

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 2 975 990

Farms (2) 3 881 907

Forestry, fishing and related activities 4 94 83

Mining 5 20 12

Utilities 6 0 0

Construction 7 1,685 1,608

Manufacturing 8 355 315

Durable goods 9 227 192

Nondurable goods 10 128 123

Wholesale trade 11 222 221

Retail trade 12 985 955

Transportation and warehousing 13 375 368

Information 14 126 142

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 15 688 676

Professional and business services (3) 16 2,009 1,869

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 17 1,095 1,125

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 18 637 634

Other services, except government IQ 961 1,048

2003 2004

Self-employed persons (1) 10,297 10,429

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 951 964

Farms (2) 852 847

Forestry, fishing and related activities 99 117

Mining 9 13

Utilities 0 0

Construction 1,717 1,848

Manufacturing 325 316

Durable goods 198 207

Nondurable goods 127 109

Wholesale trade 239 189

Retail trade 1,008 963

Transportation and warehousing 357 410

Information 152 146

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 736 792

Professional and business services (3) 1,908 1,993

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 1,138 1,105

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 686 660

Other services, except government 1,071 1,030

(1.) Consists of active proprietors or partners who devote a majority

of their working hours to their unincorporated businesses.

(2.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(3) Consists of professional, scientific, and technical services;

management of companies and enterprises; and administrative and waste

management services None Estimates in this table are based on the

1997 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.8D. Persons Engaged in Production by Industry

[Thousands]

Line 2001 2002

Persons engaged in production (1) 1 134,741 133,270

Domestic industries 2 135,277 133,806

Private industries 3 115,803 113,988

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 2,341 2,342

Farms (2) 5 1,627 1,653

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 714 690

Mining 7 550 516

Oil and gas extraction 8 127 125

Mining, except oil and gas 9 222 212

Support activities for mining 10 201 179

Utilities 11 595 586

Construction 12 8,538 8,353

Manufacturing 13 16,545 15,371

Durable goods 14 10,420 9,566

Wood products 15 610 589

Nonmetallic mineral products 16 552 527

Primary metals 17 564 501

Fabricated metal products 18 1,671 1,550

Machinery 19 1,360 1,222

Computer and electronic products 20 1,731 1,483

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components 21 558 496

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 22 1,209 1,153

Other transportation equipment 23 720 677

Furniture and related products 24 671 628

Miscellaneous manufacturing 25 774 741

Nondurable goods 26 6,125 5,804

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 27 1,752 1,729

Textile mills and textile product

mills 28 535 494

Apparel and leather and allied

products 29 513 441

Paper products 30 568 531

Printing and related support

activities 31 803 738

Petroleum and coal products 32 119 117

Chemical products 33 950 916

Plastics and rubber products 34 885 838

Wholesale trade 35 5,799 5,672

Durable goods 36 3,440 3,306

Nondurable goods 37 2,358 2,366

Retail trade 38 14,652 14,459

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 39 1,759 1,764

Food and beverage stores 40 2,753 2,710

General merchandise stores 41 2,568 2,539

Other retail (3) 42 7,572 7,445

Transportation and warehousing 43 4,563 4,410

Air transportation 44 586 535

Rail transportation 45 191 184

Water transportation 46 53 52

Truck transportation 47 1,572 1,546

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 48 436 437

Pipeline transportation 49 44 41

Other transportation and support

activities (4) 50 1,191 1,123

Warehousing and storage 51 492 493

Information 52 3,524 3,318

Publishing industries (includes

software) 53 1,010 953

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 54 366 389

Broadcasting and telecommunications 55 1,632 1,514

Information and data processing

services 56 516 463

Finance and insurance 57 5,888 5,905

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 58 2,534 2,617

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 59 926 871

Insurance carriers and related

activities 60 2,340 2,330

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 61 89 87

Real estate and rental and leasing 62 2,330 2,323

Real estate 63 1,677 1,702

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (5) 64 653 621

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 65 8,090 7,776

Legal services 66 1,399 1,404

Computer systems design and related

services 67 1,348 1,206

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (6) 68 5,343 5,166

Management of companies and

enterprises (7) 69 1,639 1,609

Administrative and waste management

services 70 7,965 7,781

Administrative and support services 71 7,641 7,454

Waste management and remediation

services 72 323 327

Educational services 73 2,459 2,582

Heath care and social assistance 74 13,187 13,577

Ambulatory health care services 75 4,472 4,612

Hospitals 76 3,752 3,870

Nursing and residential care

facilities 77 2,433 2,483

Social assistance 78 2,531 2,613

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 79 1,938 1,973

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 80 702 721

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 81 1,237 1,252

Accommodation and food services 82 8,611 8,620

Accommodation 83 1,738 1,679

Food services and drinking places 84 6,873 6,941

Other services, except government 85 6,590 6,816

Government 86 19,474 19,818

Federal 87 4,107 4,135

General government 88 3,342 3,379

Civilian 89 1,794 1,802

Military (8) 90 1,548 1,577

Government enterprises 91 765 756

State and local 92 15,367 15,683

General government 93 14,394 14,661

Education 94 7,647 7,803

Other (9) 95 6,747 6,858

Government enterprises (9) 96 973 1,022

Rest of the world (10) 97 -536 -536

2003 2004

Persons engaged in production (1) 133,120 134,380

Domestic industries 133,686 134,952

Private industries 113,713 114,938

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 2,320 2,283

Farms (2) 1,611 1,563

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 708 719

Mining 503 527

Oil and gas extraction 121 124

Mining, except oil and gas 201 207

Support activities for mining 181 196

Utilities 568 562

Construction 8,442 8,823

Manufacturing 14,626 14,428

Durable goods 9,049 9,014

Wood products 561 576

Nonmetallic mineral products 503 507

Primary metals 484 478

Fabricated metal products 1,470 1,481

Machinery 1,147 1,138

Computer and electronic products 1,343 1,310

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components 458 441

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 1,111 1,108

Other transportation equipment 643 649

Furniture and related products 604 600

Miscellaneous manufacturing 725 725

Nondurable goods 5,576 5,414

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 1,701 1,686

Textile mills and textile product

mills 455 420

Apparel and leather and allied

products 387 347

Paper products 502 485

Printing and related support

activities 709 694

Petroleum and coal products 114 109

Chemical products 898 876

Plastics and rubber products 811 797

Wholesale trade 5,689 5,720

Durable goods 3,301 3,327

Nondurable goods 2,388 2,392

Retail trade 14,408 14,445

Motor vehicle and parts dealers 1,779 1,797

Food and beverage stores 2,647 2,600

General merchandise stores 2,538 2,575

Other retail (3) 7,444 7,473

Transportation and warehousing 4,349 4,462

Air transportation 502 488

Rail transportation 180 182

Water transportation 54 54

Truck transportation 1,516 1,583

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 437 442

Pipeline transportation 39 36

Other transportation and support

activities (4) 1,119 1,146

Warehousing and storage 502 531

Information 3,144 3,044

Publishing industries (includes

software) 909 887

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 390 377

Broadcasting and telecommunications 1,405 1,356

Information and data processing

services 440 423

Finance and insurance 6,026 6,087

Federal Reserve banks, credit

intermediation, and related

activities 2,716 2,771

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 867 874

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,357 2,354

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 86 88

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,387 2,451

Real estate 1,774 1,837

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (5) 612 615

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 7,804 7,955

Legal services 1,457 1,459

Computer systems design and related

services 1,180 1,206

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (6) 5,167 5,289

Management of companies and

enterprises (7) 1,631 1,650

Administrative and waste management

services 7,692 8,047

Administrative and support services 7,368 7,719

Waste management and remediation

services 324 328

Educational services 2,625 2,710

Heath care and social assistance 13,901 14,106

Ambulatory health care services 4,836 4,922

Hospitals 3,931 3,980

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,516 2,538

Social assistance 2,617 2,666

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,995 1,998

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 747 732

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 1,248 1,266

Accommodation and food services 8,741 8,766

Accommodation 1,671 1,490

Food services and drinking places 7,071 7,276

Other services, except government 6,860 6,873

Government 19,973 20,014

Federal 4,179 4,131

General government 3,436 3,409

Civilian 1,834 1,817

Military (8) 1,602 1,592

Government enterprises 743 722

State and local 15,794 15,883

General government 14,765 14,842

Education 7,855 7,893

Other (9) 6,910 6,949

Government enterprises (9) 1,029 1,041

Rest of the world (10) -566 -572

(1.) Equals the number of full-time equivalent employees plus the

number of self-employed persons. Unpaid family workers are not

included.

(2.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(3.) Consists of furniture and home furnishings stores; electronics and

appliance stores; building material and garden equipment and supplies

dealers; health and personal care stores, gasoline stations; clothing

and clothing accessories stores, sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores; miscellaneous store retailers; and nonstore retailers.

(4.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(5.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(6.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services; advertising

and related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(7.) Consists of offices of bank and other holding companies and of

corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices.

(8.) Includes Coast Guard.

(9.) Employees of Indian tribal governments are classified in state

and local government.

(10.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.9D. Hours Worked by Full-Time and Part-Time Employees by

Industry

[Millions of hours]

Line 2001 2002

Hours worked by full-time and part-

time employees 1 228,925 226,511

Domestic industries 2 230,200 227,786

Private industries 3 195,315 192,293

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 2,780 2,774

Farms (1) 5 1,640 1,644

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 6 1,140 1,130

Mining 7 1,146 1,041

Utilities 8 1,134 1,096

Construction 9 14,046 13,772

Manufacturing 10 31,631 29,397

Durable goods 11 19,817 18,192

Nondurable goods 12 11,814 11,205

Wholesale trade 13 11,198 10,883

Retail trade 14 22,413 22,374

Transportation and warehousing 15 7,651 7,399

Information 16 6,657 6,151

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 17 13,609 13,594

Professional and business services (2) 29,381 28,665

Educational services, health care and

social assistance 19 26,501 27,511

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 20 17,334 17,551

Other services, except government 21 9,834 10,085

Government 22 34,885 35,493

General government 23 31,347 31,901

Government enterprises 24 3,538 3,592

Rest of the world (3) 25 -1,275 -1,275

2003 2004

Hours worked by full-time and part-

time employees 225,100 228,085

Domestic industries 226,445 229,445

Private industries 190,662 193,579

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 2,792 2,553

Farms (1) 1,671 1,449

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 1,121 1,104

Mining 1,035 1,128

Utilities 1,068 1,048

Construction 13,735 14,206

Manufacturing 27,954 27,534

Durable goods 17,243 17,189

Nondurable goods 10,711 10,345

Wholesale trade 10,794 10,881

Retail trade 22,205 22,324

Transportation and warehousing 7,295 7,579

Information 5,762 5,624

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 13,735 13,835

Professional and business services (2) 28,487 29,327

Educational services, health care and

social assistance 28,162 28,949

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 17,653 18,149

Other services, except government 9,985 10,442

Government 35,783 35,866

General government 32,226 32,332

Government enterprises 3,557 3,534

Rest of the world (3) -1,345 -1,360

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of professional, scientific, and technical services;

management of companies and enterprises; and administrative and waste

management services.

(3.) Includes estimates of foreign professional workers and

undocumented Mexican migratory workers employed temporarily in the

United States.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.10D. Employer Contributions for Government Social Insurance by

Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Employer contributions for government

social insurance 1 356,619 365,241

Domestic industries 2 356,619 365,241

Private industries 3 303,848 309,263

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 2,139 2,237

Mining 5 2,662 2,419

Utilities 6 2,863 2,907

Construction 7 21,515 23,231

Manufacturing 8 57,292 52,999

Durable goods 9 37,902 34,593

Nondurable goods 10 19,390 18,405

Wholesale trade 11 20,984 20,944

Retail trade 12 27,306 27,748

Transportation and warehousing 13 14,596 14,679

Information 14 14,980 14,078

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 15 30,558 31,474

Professional (1) 16 51,664 53,663

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 17 35,496 39,506

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 18 14,457 15,694

Other services, except government 19 7,337 7,685

Government 20 52,771 55,978

Rest of the world 21

2003 2004

Employer contributions for government

social insurance 380,005 402,654

Domestic industries 380,005 402,654

Private industries 320,986 341,155

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 2,351 2,288

Mining 2,495 2,751

Utilities 29,151 3,008

Construction 23,975 25,692

Manufacturing 53,636 55,850

Durable goods 34,898 36,642

Nondurable goods 18,739 19,209

Wholesale trade 21,850 23,304

Retail trade 28,833 30,231

Transportation and warehousing 14,984 15,730

Information 14,011 14,539

Finance and insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 33,362 36,205

Professional (1) 55,712 60,701

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 42,326 44,803

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 16,571 17,706

Other services, except government 7,967 8,347

Government 59,019 61,499

Rest of the world

(1.) Consists of professional, scientific, and technical services;

management of companies and enterprises; and administrative and waste

management services.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.11D. Employer Contributions for Employee Pension and Insurance

Funds by Industry and by Type

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Employer contributions for employee

pension and insurance funds 1 642,690 745,050

By industry

Domestic industries 2 642,690 745,050

Private industries 3 446,505 527,928

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 4 2,192 2,162

Mining 5 4,079 4,546

Utilities 6 5,986 8,317

Construction 7 34,362 37,033

Manufacturing 8 110,761 145,856

Durable goods 9 76,817 95,218

Nondurable goods 10 33,943 50,638

Wholesale trade 11 28,833 31,733

Retail trade 12 27,517 34,373

Transportation and warehousing 13 23,777 27,310

Information 14 22,404 24,261

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 15 44,924 58,691

Professional and business services (1) 16 67,840 71,586

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 17 48,392 52,608

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 18 14,075 16,518

Other services, except government 19 11,363 12,934

Government 20 196,186 217,122

Rest of the world 21

By type

Employer contributions for employee

pension and insurance funds 22 642,690 745,050

Pension and Profit-sharing 23 230,769 296,185

Private pension and profit-sharing 24 120,238 176,813

Defined benefit pension and profit-

sharing 25 36,016 91,852

Defined contribution pension and

profit-sharing 26 84,222 84,961

Publicly administered government

employee retirement plans 27 110,531 119,372

Federal civilian (2) 28 42,334 43,887

Federal military (3) 29 29,404 33,707

State and local 30 38,793 41,778

Private insurance funds 31 411,921 448,865

Group insurance 32 366,335 398,766

Group health insurance 33 353,291 386,450

Group life insurance 34 13,044 12,316

Workers’ compensation 35 43,835 48,401

Supplemental unemployment 36 1,751 1,698

Addenda:

Benefits paid by pension and insurance

funds 37 944,200 1,018,554

Pension and profit-sharing 38 484,583 518,900

Private pension and profit-sharing 39 288,675 308,808

Publicly administered government

employee retirement plans 40 195,908 210,092

Federal civilian (2) 41 51,682 53,028

Federal military (3) 42 34,640 36,421

State and local 43 109,586 120,643

Private insurance funds 44 459,617 499,654

Group insurance 45 417,274 456,972

Group health insurance 46 400,409 439,194

Group life insurance 47 16,865 17,778

Workers’ compensation 48 40,501 40,803

Supplemental unemployment 49 1,842 1,879

Employee contributions for publicly

administered government employee

retirement plans 50 38,623 42,027

Federal civilian 51 11,526 13,457

State and local 52 27,097 28,570

2003 2004

Employer contributions for employee

pension and insurance funds 829,986 895,485

By industry

Domestic industries 829,986 895,485

Private industries 583,740 624,613

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 2,160 2,209

Mining 5,001 5,868

Utilities 10,315 11,394

Construction 37,676 41,838

Manufacturing 176,609 171,657

Durable goods 121,316 113,596

Nondurable goods 55,293 58,061

Wholesale trade 34,468 38,562

Retail trade 36,951 40,890

Transportation and warehousing 27,989 31,807

Information 25,870 29,170

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 61,051 66,260

Professional and business services (1) 73,910 83,175

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 58,861 65,268

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 18,449 20,408

Other services, except government 14,430 16,109

Government 246,246 270,872

Rest of the world

By type

Employer contributions for employee

pension and insurance funds 829,986 895,485

Pension and Profit-sharing 340,235 343,183

Private pension and profit-sharing 204,953 198,821

Defined benefit pension and profit-

sharing 118,006 108,310

Defined contribution pension and

profit-sharing 86,947 90,511

Publicly administered government

employee retirement plans 135,282 144,362

Federal civilian (2) 41,249 47,526

Federal military (3) 41,133 46,212

State and local 52,900 50,624

Private insurance funds 489,754 552,306

Group insurance 435,567 494,198

Group health insurance 424,138 482,481

Group life insurance 11,429 11,717

Workers’ compensation 52,455 56,341

Supplemental unemployment 1,732 1,767

Addenda:

Benefits paid by pension and insurance

funds 1,106,731 1,198,479

Pension and profit-sharing 549,258 577,759

Private pension and profit-sharing 320,359 331,773

Publicly administered government

employee retirement plans 228,899 245,986

Federal civilian (2) 54,689 56,670

Federal military (3) 40,886 43,186

State and local 133,324 146,130

Private insurance funds 557,473 620,720

Group insurance 514,281 576,476

Group health insurance 491,997 553,642

Group life insurance 22,284 22,834

Workers’ compensation 41,294 42,327

Supplemental unemployment 1,898 1,917

Employee contributions for publicly

administered government employee

retirement plans 44,224 46,816

Federal civilian 13,844 14,636

State and local 30,380 32,180

(1.) Consists of professional, scientific, and technical services;

management of companies and enterprises; and administrative and

waste management services.

(2.) Consists of civil service, foreign service, Public Health Service

officers, Tennessee Valley Authority, Thrift Savings Fund, and several

small retirement programs.

(3.) Includes the Coast Guard. Beginning with October 2002, Includes

the Uniformed Services Retiree Health Care Fund.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.12D. Nonfarm Proprietors’ Income by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Nonfarm proprietors’ income 1 656,975 646,254

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 2 7,826 6,500

Mining 3 15,336 12,241

Utilities 4 20,040 18,005

Construction 5 76,516 77,310

Manufacturing 6 42,044 42,054

Durable goods 7 17,618 22,161

Nondurable goods 8 24,426 19,893

Wholesale trade 9 16,520 18,048

Retail trade 10 43,363 43,406

Transportation and warehousing 11 25,789 20,394

Information 12 10,794 12,861

Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and

leasing 13 120,119 110,977

Finance and insurance 14 64,707 58,684

Real estate and rental and leasing 15 55,412 52,293

Professional and business services 16 165,587 164,749

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 17 140,590 138,635

Legal services 18 44,589 41,923

Computer systems design and related

services 19 11,965 15,544

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (1) 20 84,036 81,168

Management of companies and enterprises;

administrative and waste management

services 21 24,997 26,114

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 22 68,504 73,855

Educational services 23 2,417 2,303

Health care and social assistance 24 66,087 71,552

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 25 15,831 16,024

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 26 10,278 11,093

Accommodation and food services 27 5,553 4,931

Other services, except government 28 28,706 29,830

2003 2004

Nonfarm proprietors’ income 658,492 723,876

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 6,399 7,070

Mining 16,218 18,851

Utilities 19,558 20,142

Construction 83,464 99,421

Manufacturing 45,244 50,051

Durable goods 22,815 25,130

Nondurable goods 22,429 24,921

Wholesale trade 19,080 21,667

Retail trade 44,054 47,211

Transportation and warehousing 21,788 22,882

Information 13,073 13,007

Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and

leasing 110,470 126,802

Finance and insurance 53,532 56,971

Real estate and rental and leasing 56,938 69,831

Professional and business services 160,769 170,694

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 134,628 142,218

Legal services 43,306 44,912

Computer systems design and related

services 9,463 10,128

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (1) 81,859 87,178

Management of companies and enterprises;

administrative and waste management

services 26,141 28,476

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 70,742 75,946

Educational services 2,568 2,724

Health care and social assistance 68,174 73,222

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 16,914 18,102

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 11,193 11,898

Accommodation and food services 5,721 6,204

Other services, except government 30,719 32,030

(1.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific, and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.13D. Noncorporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Noncorporate capital consumption

allowances 1 228,044 247,106

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 2 19,526 19,591

Farms (1) 3 17,551 17,625

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 4 1,975 1,966

Mining 5 10,370 11,397

Utilities 6 4,529 5,366

Construction 7 9,585 10,457

Manufacturing 8 17,351 18,720

Durable goods 9 5,441 6,356

Nondurable goods 10 11,910 12,364

Wholesale trade 11 3,317 3,486

Retail trade 12 7,728 8,587

Transportation and warehousing 13 9,911 10,614

Information 14 31,694 36,766

Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and

leasing 15 77,832 81,574

Finance and insurance 16 5,700 6,162

Real estate and rental and leasing 17 72,132 75,412

Professional and business services 18 14,701 16,124

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 19 9,662 10,283

Management of companies and enterprises;

administrative and waste management

services 20 5,039 5,841

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 21 7,304 8,695

Educational services 22 569 673

Health care and social assistance 23 6,735 8,022

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 24 12,403 14,242

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 25 3,959 4,592

Accommodation and food services 26 8,444 9,650

Other services, except government 27 1,792 1,489

2003 2004

Noncorporate capital consumption

allowances 265,416 287,214

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 20,716 21,896

Farms (1) 18,255 19,407

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 2,461

Mining 11,595 12,281

Utilities 6,121 6,871

Construction 12,657 13,372

Manufacturing 19,570 20,464

Durable goods 6,872 7,258

Nondurable goods 12,698 13,206

Wholesale trade 4,071 4,457

Retail trade 8,854 9,375

Transportation and warehousing 11,449 11,667

Information 34,990 38,432

Finance, insurance, real estate, rental, and

leasing 88,488 97,666

Finance and insurance 7,847 9,350

Real estate and rental and leasing 80,641 88,316

Professional and business services 18,790 20,753

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 11,899

Management of companies and enterprises;

administrative and waste management

services 6,891

Educational services, health care, and

social assistance 10,709 12,073

Educational services 762

Health care and social assistance 9,946

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food services 15,315 15,878

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 4,970

Accommodation and food services 10,345

Other services, except government 2,092 2,029

(1.) Consists of NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Excludes owner-occupied housing and nonprofit institutions

serving households.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.14D. Inventory Valuation Adjustment to Nonfarm Incomes by

Legal Form of Organization and by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Inventory valuation adjustment

to nonfarm incomes 1 12,732 -2,903

Corporate business 2 11,317 -2,247

Mining 3 53 -199

Utilities 4 593 -328

Construction 5 46 -198

Manufacturing 6 4,947 33

Durable goods 7 3,618 936

Nondurable goods 8 1,329 -903

Wholesale trade 9 3,978 -2,313

Retail trade 10 1,033 496

Transportation and warehousing 11 483 -363

Information 12 451 770

Other (1) 13 -267 -145

Non corporate business 14 1,415 -656

Mining 15 157 -194

Construction 16 20 -90

Manufacturing 17 391 -180

Durable goods 18 189 -25

Nondurable goods 19 202 -155

Wholesale trade 20 264 -202

Retail trade 21 270 55

Other (2) 22 313 -45

2003 2004

Inventory valuation adjustment

to nonfarm incomes -14,944 -44,351

Corporate business -13,252 -39,635

Mining -291 -973

Utilities -115 -434

Construction -474 -1,474

Manufacturing -7,529 -21,291

Durable goods -1,955 -13,011

Nondurable goods -5,574 -8,280

Wholesale trade -4,319 -9,576

Retail trade -430 -5,484

Transportation and warehousing -148 -349

Information 594 624

Other (1) -540 -678

Non corporate business -1,692 -4,716

Mining -114 -413

Construction -204 -630

Manufacturing -818 -1,770

Durable goods -221 -966

Nondurable goods -597 -804

Wholesale trade -388 -710

Retail trade -53 -909

Other (2) -115 -284

(1.) Consists of forestry, fishing, and related activities; finance

and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional,

scientific, and technical services; management of companies and

enterprises; administrative and waste management services; educational

services; health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment,

and recreation; accommodation and food services; and other services,

except government.

(2.) Consists of forestry, fishing, and related activities;

utilities; transportation and warehousing; information; finance

and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional,

scientific, and technical services; management of companies and

enterprises; administrative and waste management services;

educational services; health care and social assistance; arts,

entertainment, and recreation; accommodation and food services;

and other services, except government.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North

American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.15D. Net Interest by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Net interest 1 553,354 509,470

Domestic industries 2 674,245 629,210

Agriculture, forestry, fishing,

and hunting 3 10,561 10,389

Mining 4 6,570 5,791

Utilities 5 27,192 26,400

Construction 6 7,690 6,001

Manufacturing 7 61,434 44,106

Durable goods 8 21,968 10,584

Nondurablegoods 9 39,465 33,522

Wholesale trade 10 15,346 11,066

Retail trade 11 17,504 13,100

Transportation and warehousing 12 9,288 9,001

Information 13 36,391 33,326

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 14 457,681 431,387

Finance and insurance 15 -19,873 -52,726

Real estate and rental and

leasing 16 477,554 484,113

Professional and business 17 -1,521 15,538

services

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 18 883 1,734

Management of companies and

enterprises 19 -6,947 10,183

Administrative and waste

management services 20 4,543 3,621

Educational services, health

care, and social assistance 21 6,494 5,521

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 22 17,163 15,476

Other services, except

government 23 2,453 2,107

Rest of the world 24 -120,892 -119,740

Receipts from the rest of the

world 25 136,923 98,291

Less: Payments to the rest of

the world 26 257,815 218,031

2003 2004

Net interest 514,751 491,209

Domestic industries 617,148 616,535

Agriculture, forestry, fishing,

and hunting 9,813 10,163

Mining 5,942 6,053

Utilities 26,536 26,899

Construction 6,715 6,896

Manufacturing 42,337 39,257

Durable goods 11,002 7,776

Nondurablegoods 31,335 31,481

Wholesale trade 9,049 9,270

Retail trade 14,004 14,352

Transportation and warehousing 8,967 9,220

Information 29,855 29,601

Finance, insurance, real estate,

rental, and leasing 423,166 421,311

Finance and insurance -66,134 -96,529

Real estate and rental and

leasing 489,300 517,840

Professional and business 17,862 19,880

services

Professional, scientific, and

technical services 2,503 2,457

Management of companies and

enterprises 11,816 13,842

Administrative and waste

management services 3,543 3,580

Educational services, health

care, and social assistance 5,574 5,813

Arts, entertainment, recreation,

accommodation, and food

services 15,169 15,556

Other services, except

government 2,160 2,263

Rest of the world -102,397 -125,326

Receipts from the rest of the

world 84,981 102,888

Less: Payments to the rest of

the world 187,378 228,214

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.16D. Corporate Profits by Industry

[Billions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002 2003

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 1 767.3 886.3 1,031.8

Domestic industries 2 597.6 730.5 855.8

Financial (1) 3 240.4 301.1 330.9

Nonfinancial 4 357.2 429.4 524.9

Rest of the world 5 169.7 155.8 176.0

Receipts from the rest of the

world 6 182.6 204.4 255.7

Corporate profits with 7 12.9 48.6 79.7

inventory valuation

adjustment 8 719.2 766.2 923.9

Domestic industries 9 549.5 610.4 747.9

Financial 10 227.6 276.4 313.0

Federal Reserve banks 11 28.3 23.7 20.2

Other financial (2) 12 199.3 252.7 292.8

Nonfinancial 13 322.0 334.0 434.9

Utilities 14 24.7 10.6 11.4

Manufacturing 15 52.6 48.2 80.7

Durable goods 16 -25.4 -9.9 -4.1

Fabricated metal products 17 9.9 8.9 8.5

Machinery 18 2.7 1.7 1.4

Computer and electronic

products 19 -48.5 -35.3 -16.1

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components 20 1.9 -0.1 1.9

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts 21 -9.2 -5.0 -11.6

Other durable goods (3) 22 17.8 20.0 11.9

Nondurable goods 23 78.0 58.1 84.8

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 24 28.0 24.9 23.5

Petroleum and coal

products 25 29.6 1.6 23.6

Chemical products 26 12.6 18.4 20.8

Other nondurable

goods (4) 27 7.8 13.2 16.9

Wholesale trade 28 52.1 49.3 56.3

Retail trade 29 71.0 79.4 87.7

Transportation and

warehousing 30 1.3 -0.9 8.1

Information 31 -25.6 -8.5 -1.9

Other nonfinancial (5) 32 145.9 155.8 192.4

Rest of the world 33 169.7 155.8 176.0

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004 2001 2002

IV I II

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 1,161.5 793.0 829.4 864.3

Domestic industries 976.6 591.8 674.4 717.1

Financial (1) 322.7 268.1 303.8 303.6

Nonfinancial 653.9 323.7 370.6 413.5

Rest of the world 184.9 201.2 155.0 147.1

Receipts from the rest of the

world 309.5 176.8 191.6 202.5

Corporate profits with 124.6 -24.4 36.6 55.4

inventory valuation

adjustment 1,019.7 681.3 707.0 740.5

Domestic industries 834.8 480.2 552.0 593.3

Financial 300.6 243.7 277.9 277.7

Federal Reserve banks 20.3 25.5 24.2 24.5

Other financial (2) 280.3 218.2 253.6 253.3

Nonfinancial 534.2 236.5 274.2 315.6

Utilities 12.1 16.2 7.1 10.1

Manufacturing 118.9 -0.3 27.8 40.0

Durable goods 34.8 -75.5 -30.6 -13.9

Fabricated metal products 10.3 7.1 8.4 8.9

Machinery 1.0 1.1 2.0 1.3

Computer and electronic

products -3.2 -78.6 -49.2 -39.7

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components 0.3 0.0 0.3 -1.3

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts -3.4 -13.2 -10.5 -1.1

Other durable goods (3) 29.9 8.3 18.4 17.9

Nondurable goods 84.0 69.2 58.4 54.0

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 24.0 30.3 27.9 25.7

Petroleum and coal

products 31.0 18.6 4.8 0.8

Chemical products 13.5 14.6 16.4 16.4

Other nondurable

goods (4) 15.6 5.7 9.4 11.0

Wholesale trade 63.5 60.2 48.5 52.6

Retail trade 90.0 78.6 75.7 79.7

Transportation and

warehousing 8.4 -5.2 -1.3 -3.8

Information 17.0 -34.4 -17.5 -11.4

Other nonfinancial (5) 224.3 127.4 133.8 148.4

Rest of the world 184.9 201.2 155.0 147.1

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2002 2003

III IV I

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 895.4 956.1 951.5

Domestic industries 740.8 789.6 796.9

Financial (1) 299.3 297.8 322.2

Nonfinancial 441.5 491.8 474.8

Rest of the world 154.6 166.5 154.5

Receipts from the rest of the

world 217.3 2,062.0 230.1

Corporate profits with 62.8 39.7 75.6

inventory valuation

adjustment 774.5 842.7 858.0

Domestic industries 620.0 676.2 703.5

Financial 274.6 275.3 304.8

Federal Reserve banks 23.6 22.4 22.0

Other financial (2) 251.0 252.9 282.8

Nonfinancial 345.4 400.9 398.7

Utilities 12.6 12.8 12.3

Manufacturing 55.0 70.0 70.9

Durable goods -0.2 5.3 -7.3

Fabricated metal products 8.6 9.8 6.0

Machinery 1.9 1.5 -1.1

Computer and electronic

products -28.4 -23.9 -20.9

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components 0.0 0.5 3.3

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts -2.9 -5.5 -2.3

Other durable goods (3) 20.7 22.9 7.6

Nondurable goods 55.2 64.8 78.3

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 25.5 20.6 20.2

Petroleum and coal

products -0.2 0.9 246.0

Chemical products 18.2 22.8 20.3

Other nondurable

goods (4) 11.7 20.5 13.2

Wholesale trade 45.3 50.7 48.6

Retail trade 80.2 82.1 81.4

Transportation and

warehousing -2.0 3.4 4.6

Information -7.8 2.7 -7.0

Other nonfinancial (5) 162.1 179.2 187.9

Rest of the world 154.6 166.5 154.5

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2003

II III IV

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 1,005.0 1,057.5 1,113.1

Domestic industries 835.2 882.8 908.1

Financial (1) 327.7 338.3 335.3

Nonfinancial 507.5 544.4 572.8

Rest of the world 169.8 174.7 205.0

Receipts from the rest of the

world 241.7 257.2 293.9

Corporate profits with 71.9 82.5 88.8

inventory valuation

adjustment 891.0 944.0 1,002.6

Domestic industries 721.2 769.2 797.6

Financial 309.0 320.4 317.9

Federal Reserve banks 20.9 19.5 18.5

Other financial (2) 288.2 300.9 299.4

Nonfinancial 412.2 448.9 479.7

Utilities 10.4 10.7 12.3

Manufacturing 68.0 79.2 104.8

Durable goods -10.4 -8.7 10.1

Fabricated metal products 9.2 8.4 10.5

Machinery 1.2 3.0 2.4

Computer and electronic

products -18.0 -16.1 -9.7

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components 2.6 0.9 0.8

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts -14.1 -17.9 -12.4

Other durable goods (3) 8.7 12.9 18.5

Nondurable goods 78.3 88.0 94.6

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 21.6 22.9 29.3

Petroleum and coal

products 21.6 22.1 25.9

Chemical products 18.8 23.8 20.3

Other nondurable

goods (4) 16.3 19.1 19.1

Wholesale trade 50.3 62.1 64.1

Retail trade 90.4 90.3 88.8

Transportation and

warehousing 9.8 8.9 9.3

Information -4.3 4.9 -1.1

Other nonfinancial (5) 187.7 192.6 201.5

Rest of the world 169.8 174.7 205.0

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004

I II III

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 1,147.3 1,162.0 1,117.2

Domestic industries 949.1 985.1 931.3

Financial (1) 346.4 338.5 264.4

Nonfinancial 602.7 646.6 666.9

Rest of the world 198.2 176.9 185.9

Receipts from the rest of the

world 293.0 303.0 309.4

Corporate profits with 94.8 126.1 123.6

inventory valuation

adjustment 1,001.2 1,016.5 981.3

Domestic industries 803.0 839.7 795.5

Financial 324.1 316.1 242.8

Federal Reserve banks 19.4 19.3 20.2

Other financial (2) 304.7 296.8 222.7

Nonfinancial 479.0 523.6 552.7

Utilities 11.0 11.7 11.4

Manufacturing 97.3 107.3 116.2

Durable goods 11.2 27.1 42.2

Fabricated metal products 9.3 9.1 9.8

Machinery 1.8 1.4 3.4

Computer and electronic

products -8.0 -5.8 1.3

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components -4.7 2.0 -3.0

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts -6.6 -7.7 -0.7

Other durable goods (3) 19.4 28.1 31.4

Nondurable goods 86.2 80.3 73.9

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 28.1 23.7 23.4

Petroleum and coal

products 27.7 27.6 19.5

Chemical products 15.1 14.4 16.3

Other nondurable

goods (4) 15.2 14.6 14.7

Wholesale trade 56.8 61.3 69.1

Retail trade 97.5 92.9 81.9

Transportation and

warehousing 11.0 15.0 6.1

Information -0.5 20.3 33.0

Other nonfinancial (5) 211.8 215.1 235.0

Rest of the world 198.2 176.9 185.9

Seasonally adjusted at annual

rates

2004 2005

IV I II

Corporate profits with

inventory valuation and

capital consumption

adjustments 1,219.5 1,288.2

Domestic industries 1,040.9 1,094.8

Financial (1) 341.6 377.6

Nonfinancial 699.3 717.1

Rest of the world 178.6 193.5

Receipts from the rest of the

world 332.6 313.5

Corporate profits with 154.0 120.1

inventory valuation

adjustment 1,079.7 1,339.2

Domestic industries 901.1 1,145.7

Financial 319.4 377.2

Federal Reserve banks 22.2 23.1

Other financial (2) 297.1 354.2

Nonfinancial 581.7 768.5

Utilities 14.1 23.7

Manufacturing 154.7 170.2

Durable goods 58.8 35.5

Fabricated metal products 13.1 8.8

Machinery -2.6 0.9

Computer and electronic

products -0.2 0.5

Electrical equipment,

appliances, and

components 6.8 -1.3

Motor vehicles, bodies

and trailers, and parts 1.3 -20.8

Other durable goods (3) 40.5 47.3

Nondurable goods 95.9 134.7

Food and beverage and

tobacco products 20.5 39.6

Petroleum and coal

products 49.2 62.8

Chemical products 8.4 18.8

Other nondurable

goods (4) 17.8 13.5

Wholesale trade 66.9 81.4

Retail trade 87.7 104.6

Transportation and

warehousing 1.7 22.9

Information 21.0 46.7

Other nonfinancial (5) 235.6 318.9

Rest of the world 178.6 193.5

(1.) Consists of finance and insurance and bank and other holding

companies.

(2.) Consists of credit intermediation and related activities;

securities, commodity contracts, and other financial investments and

related activities; insurance carriers and related activities; funds,

trusts, and other financial vehicles; and bank and other holding

companies.

(3.) Consists of wood products; nonmetallic mineral products; primary

metals; other transportation equipment; furniture and related products;

and miscellaneous manufacturing.

(4.) Consists of textile mills and textile product mills; apparel;

leather and allied products; paper products; printing and related

support activities; and plastics and rubber products.

(5.) Consists of agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting; mining;

construction; real estate and rental and leasing; professional,

scientific, and technical services administrative and waste management

services; educational services; health care and social assistance;

arts, entertainment, and recreation; accommodation and food services;

and other services, except government.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.17D. Corporate Profits Before Tax by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Corporate profits before tax 1 707,909 768,431

Domestic industries 2 538,212 612,628

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 3 1,322 322

Farms (1) 4 782 -513

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 5 540 835

Mining 6 15,504 4,993

Oil and gas extraction 7 12,862 6,240

Mining, except oil and gas 8 725 558

Support activities for mining 9 1,917 -1,805

Utilities 10 24,121 10,974

Construction 11 43,949 47,072

Manufacturing 12 47,645 48,202

Durable goods 13 -29,051 -10,792

Wood products 14 2,245 1,778

Nonmetallic mineral products 15 3,737 3,177

Primary metals 16 -3,257 -178

Fabricated metal products 17 9,191 9,130

Machinery 18 2,453 1,575

Computer and electronic products 19 -49,866 -37,416

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components 20 1,757 -201

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts 21 -9,460 -4,985

Other transportation equipment 22 6,825 7,055

Furniture and related products 23 1,627 2,289

Miscellaneous manufacturing 24 5,697 6,984

Nondurable goods 25 76,696 58,994

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 26 28,529 25,377

Textile mills and textile product

mills 27 -560 6

Apparel and leather and allied

products 28 2,170 4,802

Paper products 29 1,060 1,298

Printing and related support

activities 30 3,085 3,217

Petroleum and coal products 31 28,824 2,721

Chemical products 32 12,354 18,934

Plastics and rubber products 33 1,234 2,639

Wholesale trade 34 48,160 51,600

Durable goods 35 24,705 25,952

Nondurable goods 36 23,455 25,648

Retail trade 37 69,939 78,941

Transportation and warehousing 38 804 -553

Air transportation 39 -10,621 -14,361

Rail transportation 40 1,040 1,430

Water transportation 41 589 332

Truck transportation 42 2,452 3,183

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 43 589 826

Pipeline transportation 44 739 1,001

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 45 5,523 6,395

Warehousing and storage 46 493 641

Information 47 -26,071 -9,270

Publishing industries (includes

software) 48 1,033 9,716

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 49 1,844 6,300

Broadcasting and telecommunications 50 -15,931 -24,691

Information and data processing

services 51 -13,017 -595

Finance and insurance 52 125,861 157,542

Federal Reserve banks 53 28,304 23,667

Credit intermediation and related

activities 54 69,240 87,385

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 55 8,515 14,899

Insurance carriers and related

activities 56 -5,050 19,222

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 57 24,852 12,369

Real estate and rental and leasing 58 9,898 10,287

Real estate 59 8.079 9,366

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (3) 60 1,819 921

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 61 8,991 19,572

Legal services 62 8,746 9.004

Computer systems design and related

services 63 -11,502 -4,867

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (4) 64 11,747 15,435

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 65 101,707 118,816

Administrative and waste management

services 66 9,972 10,212

Administrative and support services 67 8,453 8,053

Waste management and remediation

services 68 1,519 2,159

Educational services 69 1,911 2,630

Health care and social assistance 70 31,616 37,098

Ambulatory health care services 71 22,407 24,659

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities 72 5,105 7,634

Social assistance 73 4,104 4,805

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 74 2,912 3,635

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 75 1,586 1,944

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 76 1,326 1,691

Accommodation and food services 77 11,248 13,230

Accommodation 78 1,371 2,585

Food services and drinking places 79 9,877 10,645

Other services, except government 80 8,723 7,325

Rest of the world (6) 81 169,697 155,803

Receipts from the rest of the world 82 182,580 204,423

Less: Payments to the rest of the world 83 12,883 48,620

2003 2004

Corporate profits before tax 937,156 1,059,332

Domestic industries 761,134 874,446

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 1,894 2,897

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities

Mining 17,294 29,796

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities 11,557 12,488

Construction 47,673 56,002

Manufacturing 88,252 140,164

Durable goods -2,125 47,838

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances,

and components

Motor vehicles, bodies and

trailers, and parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurable goods 90,377 92,326

Food and beverage and tobacco

products

Textile mills and textile product

mills

Apparel and leather and allied

products

Paper products

Printing and related support

activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 60,601 73,071

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Retail trade 88,165 95,499

Transportation and warehousing 8,281 8,796

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information -2,465 16,369

Publishing industries (includes

software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing

services

Finance and insurance 189,156 184,632

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related

activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate and rental and leasing 13,276 16,032

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and

lessors of intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 28,028 34,059

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional,

scientific, and technical

services (4)

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 123,860 115,958

Administrative and waste management

services 14,121 15,684

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation

services

Educational services 3,244 3,606

Health care and social assistance 42,937 42,727

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 3,782 5,761

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 13,699 12,473

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 7,779 8,433

Rest of the world (6) 176,022 184,886

Receipts from the rest of the world 255,738 309,492

Less: Payments to the rest of the world 79,716 124,606

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services; specialized

design services; management, scientific, and technical consulting

services; scientific research and development services; advertising and

related services; and other professional, scientific, and technical

services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

(6.) Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents, including both

corporations and persons, of dividends from foreign corporations, and,

for U.S. corporations, their share of reinvested earnings of their

incorporated foreign affiliates, and earnings of unincorporated foreign

affiliates (line 82), net of corresponding payments (line 83).

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.18D. Taxes on Corporate Income by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Taxes on corporate income 1 204,129 192,612

Domestic industries 2 204,129 192,612

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 3 341 145

Farms (1) 4 320 102

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 5 21 43

Mining 6 2,300 995

Oil and gas extraction 7 1,254 716

Mining, except oil and gas 8 306 165

Support activities for mining 9 740 114

Utilities 10 8,796 5,140

Construction 11 4,675 4,802

Manufacturing 12 48,237 39,945

Durable goods 13 11,569 11,398

Wood products 14 477 253

Nonmetallic mineral products 15 937 726

Primary metals 16 152 318

Fabricated metal products 17 1,906 2,129

Machinery 18 1,375 1,074

Computer and electronic products 19 -561 -530

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components 20 1,406 884

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts 21 881 1,352

Other transportation equipment 22 2,616 2,599

Furniture and related products 23 393 445

Miscellaneous manufacturing 24 1,987 2,148

Nondurablegoods 25 36,668 28,547

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 26 10,312 10,548

Textile mills and textile product

mills 27 8 95

Apparel and leather and allied

products 28 527 678

Paper products 29 1,093 540

Printing and related support

activities 30 547 479

Petroleum and coal products 31 9,325 3,335

Chemical products 32 14,302 12,349

Plastics and rubber products 33 554 523

Wholesale trade 34 8,948 10,341

Durable goods 35 4,286 4,542

Nondurable goods 36 4,662 5,799

Retail trade 37 17,802 18,794

Transportation and warehousing 38 2,343 2,206

Air transportation 39 -717 -1,049

Rail transportation 40 323 321

Water transportation 41 359 156

Truck transportation 42 419 481

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 43 3 17

Pipeline transportation 44 251 269

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 45 1,641 1,946

Warehousing and storage 46 64 65

Information 47 8,230 3,853

Publishing industries (includes

software) 48 4,048 4,247

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 49 127 609

Broadcasting and telecommunications 50 4,074 -1,234

Information and data processing

services 51 -19 231

Finance and insurance 52 64,360 65,141

Federal Reserve banks 53 27,089 24,495

Credit intermediation and related

activities 54 15,600 19,301

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 55 7,687 4,746

Insurance carriers and related

activities 56 12,922 15,510

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 57 1,062 1,089

Real estate rental and leasing 58 2,057 1,867

Real estate 59 1,524 1,758

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3) 60 533 109

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 61 1,087 1,515

Legal services 62 288 367

Computer systems design and related

services 63 -718 -328

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4) 64 1,517 1,476

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 65 28,069 30,425

Administrative and waste management

services 66 1,525 1,297

Administrative and support services 67 1,385 976

Waste management and remediation

services 68 140 321

Educational services 69 241 355

Heath care and social assistance 70 2,210 3,072

Ambulatory health care services 71 913 1,126

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities 72 905 1,472

Social assistance 73 392 474

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 74 175 168

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 75 106 108

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 76 69 60

Accommodation and food services 77 2,093 1,978

Accommodation 78 614 698

Food services and drinking places 79 1,479 1,280

Other services, except government 80 640 573

Rest of the world 81 0 0

2003 2004

Taxes on corporate income 232,104 271,143

Domestic industries 232,104 271,143

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 435 683

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities

Mining 2,650 4,315

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities 3,642 4,579

Construction 4,617 6,915

Manufacturing 54,809 76,486

Durable goods 15,020 28,161

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurablegoods 39,789 48,325

Food and beverage and tobacco

products

Textile mills and textile product

mills

Apparel and leather and allied

products

Paper products

Printing and related support

activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 12,934 15,706

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Retail trade 21,917 25,178

Transportation and warehousing 3,322 2,915

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information 9,229 10,597

Publishing industries (includes

software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing

services

Finance and insurance 73,038 71,626

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related

activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate rental and leasing 2,821 3,555

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 2,861 3,869

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4)

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 32,534 33,573

Administrative and waste management

services 1,225 1,638

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation

services

Educational services 381 480

Heath care and social assistance 2,989 4,104

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 217 762

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 1,890 3,328

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 593 834

Rest of the world 0 0

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and

payroll services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.19D. Corporate Profits After Tax by Industry

[Millions of dollarsl

Line 2001 2002

Corporate profits after tax 1 503,780 575,819

Domestic industries 2 334,083 420,016

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 3 981 177

Farms (1) 4 462 -615

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 5 519 792

Mining 6 13,204 3,998

Oil and gas extraction 7 11,608 5,524

Mining, except oil and gas 8 419 393

Support activities for mining 9 1,177 -1,919

Utilities 10 15,325 5,834

Construction 11 39,274 42,270

Manufacturing 12 -592 8,257

Durable goods 13 -40,620 -22,190

Wood products 14 1,768 1,525

Nonmetallic mineral products 15 2,800 2,451

Primary metals 16 -3,409 -496

Fabricated metal products 17 7,285 7,001

Machinery 18 1,078 501

Computer and electronic products 19 -49,305 -36,886

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components 20 351 -1,085

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts 21 -10,341 -6,337

Other transportation equipment 22 4,209 4,456

Furniture and related products 23 1,234 1,844

Miscellaneous manufacturing 24 3,710 4,836

Nondurable goods 25 40,028 30,447

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 26 18,217 14,829

Textile mills and textile product

mills 27 -568 -89

Apparel and leather and allied

products 28 1,643 4,124

Paper products 29 -33 758

Printing and related support

activities 30 2,538 2,738

Petroleum and coal products 31 19,499 -614

Chemical products 32 -1,948 6,585

Plastics and rubber products 33 680 2,116

Wholesale trade 34 39,212 41,259

Durable goods 35 20,419 21,410

Nondurable goods 36 18,793 19,849

Retail trade 37 52,137 60,147

Transportation and warehousing 38 -1,539 -2,759

Air transportation 39 -9,904 -13,312

Rail transportation 40 717 1,109

Water transportation 41 230 176

Truck transportation 42 2,033 2,702

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 43 586 809

Pipeline transportation 44 488 732

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 45 3,882 4,449

Warehousing and storage 46 429 576

Information 47 -34,301 -13,123

Publishing industries (includes software) 48 -3,015 5,469

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 49 1,717 5,691

Broadcasting and telecommunications 50 -20,005 -23,457

Information and data processing services 51 -12,998 -826

Finance and insurance 52 61,501 92,401

Federal Reserve banks 53 1,215 -828

Credit intermediation and related

activities 54 53,640 68,084

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 55 828 10,153

Insurance carriers and related activities 56 -17,972 3,712

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 57 23,790 11,280

Real estate and rental and leasing 58 7,841 8,420

Real estate 59 6,555 7,608

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3) 60 1,286 812

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 61 7,904 18,057

Legal services 62 8,458 8,637

Computer systems design and related

services 63 -10,784 -4,539

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4) 64 10,230 13,959

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 65 73,638 88,391

Administrative and waste management

services 66 8,447 8,915

Administrative and support services 67 7,068 7,077

Waste management and remediation

services 68 1,379 1,838

Educational services 69 1,670 2,275

Heath care and social assistance 70 29,406 34,026

Ambulatory health care services 71 21,494 23,533

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities 72 4,200 6,162

Social assistance 73 3,712 4,331

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 74 2,737 3,467

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 75 1,480 1,836

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 76 1,257 1,631

Accommodation and food services 77 9,155 11,252

Accommodation 78 757 1,887

Food services and drinking places 79 8,398 9,365

Other services, except government 80 8,083 6,752

Rest of the world (6) 81 169,697 155,803

Receipts from the rest of the world 82 182,580 204,423

Less: Payments to the rest of the world 83 12,883 48,620

2003 2004

Corporate profits after tax 705,052 788,189

Domestic industries 529,030 603,303

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 1,459 2,214

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related activities

Mining 14,644 25,481

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities 7,915 7,909

Construction 43,056 49,087

Manufacturing 33,443 63,678

Durable goods -17,145 19,677

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurable goods 50,588 44,001

Food and beverage and tobacco

products

Textile mills and textile product

mills

Apparel and leather and allied

products

Paper products

Printing and related support

activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 47,667 57,365

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Retail trade 66,248 70,321

Transportation and warehousing 4,959 5,881

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information -11,694 5,772

Publishing industries (includes software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing services

Finance and insurance 116,118 113,006

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate and rental and leasing 10,455 12,477

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 25,167 30,190

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4)

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 91,326 82,385

Administrative and waste management

services 12,896 14,046

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation

services

Educational services 2,863 3,126

Heath care and social assistance 39,948 38,623

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 3,565 4,999

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 11,809 9,145

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 7,186 7,599

Rest of the world (6) 176,022 184,886

Receipts from the rest of the world 255,738 309,492

Less: Payments to the rest of the world 79,716 124,606

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation;

transportation support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and

payroll services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific, and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional,

scientific, and technical services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

(6.) Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents, including both

corporations and persons, of dividends from foreign corporations,

and, for U.S. corporations, their share of reinvested earnings of

their incorporated foreign affiliates, and earnings of unincorporated

foreign affiliates (line 82), net of corresponding payments (line 83).

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.20D. Net Corporate Dividend Payments by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Net corporate dividends 1 370,918 399,186

Domestic industries 2 330,056 351,334

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 3 2,959 2,848

Farms (1) 4 1,946 1,997

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 5 1,013 851

Mining 6 4,308 3,017

Oil and gas extraction 7 3,250 2,497

Mining, except oil and gas 8 831 652

Support activities for mining 9 227 -132

Utilities 10 10,569 10,843

Construction 11 21,167 23,423

Manufacturing 12 71,010 78,751

Durable goods 13 27,320 26,077

Wood products 14 1,331 1,278

Nonmetallic mineral products 15 926 967

Primary metals 16 801 772

Fabricated metal products 17 4,919 4,815

Machinery 18 2,716 2,452

Computer and electronic products 19 -771 -4,075

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components 20 8,085 9,148

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts 21 3,621 3,699

Other transportation equipment 22 1,176 2,365

Furniture and related products 23 757 1,077

Miscellaneous manufacturing 24 3,759 3,579

Nondurable goods 25 43,690 52,674

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 26 11,421 15,116

Textile mills and textile product

mills 27 417 519

Apparel and leather and allied

products 28 1,279 2,216

Paper products 29 3,425 2,826

Printing and related support

activities 30 1,476 1,490

Petroleum and coal products 31 5,554 12,312

Chemical products 32 18,481 16,659

Plastics and rubber products 33 1,637 1,536

Wholesale trade 34 24,555 22,376

Durable goods 35 14,738 11,771

Nondurable goods 36 9,817 10,605

Retail trade 37 20,496 21,899

Transportation and warehousing 38 5,783 4,357

Air transportation 39 802 231

Rail transportation 40 694 194

Water transportation 41 376 328

Truck transportation 42 1,343 1,106

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 43 515 345

Pipeline transportation 44 347 355

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 45 1,330 1,386

Warehousing and storage 46 376 412

Information 47 17,862 16,870

Publishing industries (includes

software) 48 2,938 3,458

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 49 724 741

Broadcasting and telecommunications 50 14,232 12,189

Information and data processing services 51 -32 482

Finance and insurance 52 58,230 64,153

Federal Reserve banks 53 428 484

Credit intermediation and related

activities 54 8,122 9,554

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 55 10,699 7,826

Insurance carriers and related

activities 56 9,099 12,378

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 57 29,882 33,911

Real estate and rental and leasing 58 15,715 16,960

Real estate 59 14,167 15,273

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3) 60 1,548 1,687

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 61 22,656 22,163

Legal services 62 4,563 4,310

Computer systems design and related

services 63 2,309 2,991

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4) 64 15,784 14,862

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 65 26,407 32,377

Administrative and waste management

services 66 5,184 6,475

Administrative and support services 67 4,576 5,870

Waste management and remediation

services 68 608 605

Educational services 69 681 510

Heath care and social assistance 70 9,929 11,648

Ambulatory health care services 71 8,029 9,248

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities 72 658 665

Social assistance 73 1,242 1,735

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 74 2,986 3,364

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 75 1,568 2,074

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 76 1,418 1,290

Accommodation and food services 77 5,720 5,722

Accommodation 78 1,293 1,282

Food services and drinking places 79 4,427 4,440

Other services, except government 80 3,839 3,578

Rest of the world 81 40,862 47,852

Receipts from the rest of the world (6) 82 87,401 92,848

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (7) 83 46,539 44,996

2003 2004

Net corporate dividends 423,185 492,992

Domestic industries 393,409 457,086

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 3,474 3,741

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities

Mining 5,264 3,258

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities 10,360 10,871

Construction 22,449 24,101

Manufacturing 94,632 108,114

Durable goods 32,783 42,044

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurable goods 61,849 66,070

Food and beverage and tobacco

products

Textile mills and textile product

mills

Apparel and leather and allied

products

Paper products

Printing and related support

activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 22,522 25,498

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Retail trade 277,361 32,908

Transportation and warehousing 6,144 6,387

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information 24,724 60,006

Publishing industries (includes

software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing services

Finance and insurance 63,328 70,781

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related

activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate and rental and leasing 18,731 20,345

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 23,341 26,830

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4)

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 34,596 25,056

Administrative and waste management

services 7,676 8,266

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation

services

Educational services 1,346 1,450

Heath care and social assistance 13,517 14,561

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 3,374 3,635

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 6,106 6,874

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 4,089 4,404

Rest of the world 29,776 35,906

Receipts from the rest of the world (6) 97,520 104,326

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (7) 67,744 68,420

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

(6.) Consists of (1) receipts by U.S. residents of dividends from

foreign corporations, plus (2) earnings distributed by unincorporated

foreign affiliates to their U.S. parents.

(7.) Consists of (1) payments by U.S. corporations of dividends to

foreign residents, plus (2) earnings distributed by unincorporated

U.S. affiliates to theirtoreign parents.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.21D. Undistributed Corporate Profits by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Undistributed corporate profits 1 132,862 176,633

Domestic industries 2 4,027 68,682

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting 3 -1,978 -2,671

Farms (1) 4 -1,484 -2,612

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities 5 -494 -59

Mining 6 8,896 981

Oil and gas extraction 7 8,358 3,027

Mining, except oil and gas 8 -412 -259

Support activities for mining 9 950 -1,787

Utilities 10 4,756 -5,009

Construction 11 18,107 18,847

Manufacturing 12 -71,602 -70,494

Durable goods 13 -67,940 -48,267

Wood products 14 437 247

Nonmetallic mineral products 15 1,874 1,484

Primary metals 16 -4,210 -1,268

Fabricated metal products 17 2,366 2,186

Machinery 18 -1,638 -1,951

Computer and electronic products 19 -48,534 -32,811

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components 20 -7,734 -10,233

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts 21 -13,962 -10,036

Other transportation equipment 22 3,033 2,091

Furniture and related products 23 477 767

Miscellaneous manufacturing 24 -49 1,257

Nondurable goods 25 -3,662 -22,227

Food and beverage and tobacco

products 26 6,796 -287

Textile mills and textile product

mills 27 -985 -608

Apparel and leather and allied

products 28 364 1,908

Paper products 29 -3,458 -2,068

Printing and related support

activities 30 1,062 1,248

Petroleum and coal products 31 13,945 -12,926

Chemical products 32 -20,429 -10,074

Plastics and rubber products 33 -957 580

Wholesale trade 34 14,657 18,883

Durable goods 35 5,681 9,639

Nondurable goods 36 8,976 9,244

Retail trade 37 31,641 38,248

Transportation and warehousing 38 -7,322 -7,116

Air transportation 39 -10,706 -13,543

Rail transportation 40 23 915

Water transportation 41 -146 -152

Truck transportation, 42 690 1,596

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 43 71 464

Pipeline transportation 44 141 377

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 45 2,552 3,063

Warehousing and storage 46 53 164

Information 47 -52,163 -29,993

Publishing industries (includes

software) 48 -5,953 2,011

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 49 993 4,950

Broadcasting and telecommunications 50 -34,237 -35,646

Information and data processing services 51 -12,966 -1,308

Finance and insurance 52 3,271 28,248

Federal Reserve banks 53 787 -1,312

Credit intermediation and related

activities 54 45,518 58,530

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 55 -9,871 2,327

Insurance carriers and related

activities 56 -27,071 -8,666

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 57 -6,092 -22,631

Real estate and rental and leasing 58 -7,874 -8,540

Real estate 59 -7,612 -7,665

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3) 60 -262 -875

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 61 -14,752 -4,106

Legal services 62 3,895 4,327

Computer systems design and related

services 63 -13,093 -7,530

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4) 64 -5,554 -903

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 65 47,231 56,014

Administrative and waste management

services 66 3,263 2,440

Administrative and support services 67 2,492 1,207

Waste management and remediation

services 68 771 1,233

Educational services 69 989 1,765

Heath care and social assistance 70 19,477 22,378

Ambulatory health care services 71 13,465 14,285

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities 72 3,542 5,497

Social assistance 73 2,470 2,596

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 74 -249 103

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 75 -88 -238

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 76 -161 341

Accommodation and food services 77 3,435 5,530

Accommodation 78 -536 605

Food services and drinking places 79 3,971 4,925

Other services, except government 80 4,244 3,174

Rest of the world 81 128,835 107,951

Receipts from the rest of the world (6) 82 95,179 111,575

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (7) 83 -33,656 3,624

2003 2004

Undistributed corporate profits 281,867 295,197

Domestic industries 135,621 146,217

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and

hunting -2,015 -1,527

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related

activities

Mining 9,380 22,223

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities -2,445 -2,962

Construction 20,607 24,986

Manufacturing -61,189 -44,436

Durable goods -49,928 -22,367

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers,

and parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurable goods -11,261 -22,069

Food and beverage and tobacco

products

Textile mills and textile product

mills

Apparel and leather and allied

products

Paper products

Printing and related support

activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 25,145 31,867

Durable goods

Nondurable goods

Retail trade 38,512 37,413

Transportation and warehousing -1,185 -506

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation,

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information -36,418 -54,234

Publishing industries (includes

software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing services

Finance and insurance 52,790 42,225

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related

activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate and rental and leasing -8,276 -7,868

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and lessors

of intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 1,826 3,360

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4)

Management of companies and

enterprises (5) 56,730 57,329

Administrative and waste management

services 5,220 5,780

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation

services

Educational services 1,517 1,676

Heath care and social assistance 26,431 24,062

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential

care facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 191 1,364

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 5,703 2,271

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 3,097 3,195

Rest of the world 146,246 148,980

Receipts from the rest of the world (6) 158,218 205,166

Less: Payments to the rest of the

world (7) 11,972 56,186

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and

payroll services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific, and technical

consulting services; scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

(6.) Consists of receipts by all U.S. residents of their share of

the reinvested earnings of their incorporated foreign affiliates and

reinvested earnings of their unincorporated foreign affiliates.

(7.) Consists of payments to foreign residents of their share

of the reinvested earnings of their incorporated U.S. affiliates

and reinvested earnings of their unincorporated U.S. affiliates.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Table 6.22D. Corporate Capital Consumption Allowances by Industry

[Millions of dollars]

Line 2001 2002

Corporate capital consumption

allowances 1 800,628 862,218

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 2 6,160 7,021

Farms (1) 3 4,519 5,033

Forestry, fishing, and related activities 4 1,641 1,988

Mining 5 14,113 16,507

Oil and gas extraction 6 5,086 6,990

Mining, except oil and gas 7 4,933 5,480

Support activities for mining 8 4,094 4,037

Utilities 9 34,548 42,086

Construction 10 19,935 22,331

Manufacturing 11 257,398 274,744

Durable goods 12 160,866 176,643

Wood products 13 3,463 3,663

Nonmetallic mineral products 14 8,547 9,201

Primary metals 15 8,545 9,390

Fabricated metal products 16 11,087 11,433

Machinery 17 14,190 14,747

Computer and electronic products 18 30,705 31,451

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components 19 20,343 22,331

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and

parts 20 45,145 54,599

Other transportation equipment 21 9,806 10,641

Furniture and related products 22 2,118 2,117

Miscellaneous manufacturing 23 6,917 7,070

Nondurable goods 24 96,532 98,101

Food and beverage and tobacco products 25 19,077 20,891

Textile mills and textile product mills 26 2,501 2,357

Apparel and leather and allied products 27 2,190 2,140

Paper products 28 11,189 11,776

Printing and related support activities 29 5,579 5,931

Petroleum and coal products 30 22,570 21,245

Chemical products 31 26,191 26,371

Plastics and rubber products 32 7,235 7,390

Wholesale trade 33 61,782 69,123

Durable goods 34 41,899 46,926

Nondurablegoods 35 19,883 22,197

Retail trade, 36 45,897 52,470

Transportation and warehousing 37 43,912 46,130

Air transportation 38 17,836 18,460

Rail transportation 39 5,933 5,687

Water transportation 40 1,459 1,621

Truck transportation 41 9,902 10,811

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 42 1,861 1,814

Pipeline transportation 43 158 187

Other transportation and support

activities (2) 44 6,056 6,691

Warehousing and storage 45 707 859

Information 46 101,870 108,167

Publishing industries (includes software) 47 5,372 5,743

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 48 2,697 2,627

Broadcasting and telecommunications 49 84,245 90,612

Information and data processing services 50 9,556 9,185

Finance and insurance 51 57,721 60,956

Federal Reserve banks 52 292 303

Credit intermediation and related

activities 53 18,403 21,678

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments 54 10,493 7,258

Insurance carriers and related activities 55 24,149 26,831

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 56 4,384 4,886

Real estate and rental and leasing 57 35,329 33,060

Real estate 58 11,211 8,799

Rental and leasing services and lessors of

intangible assets (3) 59 24,118 24,261

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 60 19,366 20,665

Legal services 61 1,129 1,350

Computer systems design and related

services 62 6,142 5,877

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4) 63 12,095 13,438

Management of companies and enterprises (5) 64 60,860 62,347

Administrative and waste management

services 65 10,690 11,991

Administrative and support services 66 7,014 8,037

Waste management and remediation services 67 3,676 3,954

Educational services 68 845 735

Heath care and social assistance 69 7,869 9,161

Ambulatory health care services 70 4,108 5,095

Hospitals and nursing and residential care

facilities 71 2,328 2,112

Social assistance 72 1,433 1,954

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 73 1,973 2,156

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities 74 1,080 1,266

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries 75 893 890

Accommodation and food services 76 15,509 17,227

Accommodation 77 6,636 6,612

Food services and drinking places 78 8,873 10,615

Other services, except government 79 4,851 5,341

2003 2004

Corporate capital consumption

allowances 862,233 941,378

Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting 7,673 8,253

Farms (1)

Forestry, fishing, and related activities

Mining 17,447 19,667

Oil and gas extraction

Mining, except oil and gas

Support activities for mining

Utilities 47,519 51,915

Construction 24,981 28,138

Manufacturing 269,501 284,755

Durable goods 168,363 181,020

Wood products

Nonmetallic mineral products

Primary metals

Fabricated metal products

Machinery

Computer and electronic products

Electrical equipment, appliances, and

components

Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and

parts

Other transportation equipment

Furniture and related products

Miscellaneous manufacturing

Nondurable goods 101,138 103,735

Food and beverage and tobacco products

Textile mills and textile product mills

Apparel and leather and allied products

Paper products

Printing and related support activities

Petroleum and coal products

Chemical products

Plastics and rubber products

Wholesale trade 67,618 73,090

Durable goods

Nondurablegoods

Retail trade, 55,465 62,636

Transportation and warehousing 47,818 51,506

Air transportation

Rail transportation

Water transportation

Truck transportation

Transit and ground passenger

transportation

Pipeline transportation

Other transportation and support

activities (2)

Warehousing and storage

Information 101,549 116,133

Publishing industries (includes software)

Motion picture and sound recording

industries

Broadcasting and telecommunications

Information and data processing services

Finance and insurance 59,028 65,758

Federal Reserve banks

Credit intermediation and related

activities

Securities, commodity contracts, and

investments

Insurance carriers and related activities

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles

Real estate and rental and leasing 32,535 33,071

Real estate

Rental and leasing services and lessors of

intangible assets (3)

Professional, scientific, and technical

services 20,647 23,999

Legal services

Computer systems design and related

services

Miscellaneous professional, scientific,

and technical services (4)

Management of companies and enterprises (5) 60,634 65,652

Administrative and waste management

services 13,542 15,354

Administrative and support services

Waste management and remediation services

Educational services 790 721

Heath care and social assistance 10,431 12,722

Ambulatory health care services

Hospitals and nursing and residential care

facilities

Social assistance

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,781 2,285

Performing arts, spectator sports,

museums, and related activities

Amusements, gambling, and recreation

industries

Accommodation and food services 17,625 19,761

Accommodation

Food services and drinking places

Other services, except government 5,649 5,963

(1.) NAICS crop and animal production.

(2.) Consists of scenic and sightseeing transportation; transportation

support activities; and couriers and messengers.

(3.) Intangible assets include patents, trademarks, and franchise

agreements, but not copyrights.

(4.) Consists of accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping, and payroll

services; architectural, engineering, and related services;

specialized design services; management, scientific, and technical

consulting services scientific research and development services;

advertising and related services; and other professional, scientific,

and technical services.

(5.) Consists of bank and other holding companies.

NOTE. Estimates in this table are based on the 1997 North American

Industry Classification System (NAICS).

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