International statistics

International statistics

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CONSUMER PRICES–MAJOR

INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES

[GRAPHIC OMITTED]

Industrial production

(1997 = 100; seasonally adjusted)

Period

United Canada Japan France

States

1994 85.2 89.4 91.5 94.3

1995 89.3 93.5 94.4 96.1

1996 93.1 94.7 96.6 95.8

1997 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1998 105.9 103.5 93.5 103.3

1999 110.6 109.5 93.8 105.7

2000 115.4 118.5 99.0 110.1

2001 111.5 115.0 92.7 111.3

2002 110.9 117.3 91.7 109.9

2003 (p) 111.1 117.5 94.5 109.6

2003: June 110.0 115.8 93.1 108.6

July 110.8 116.6 93.0 109.3

Aug 110.9 115.8 92.6 109.0

Sept 111.5 117.9 96.1 110.0

Oct 111.8 118.6 97.0 110.8

Nov 112.9 118.7 98.0 110.0

Dec 113.1 119.7 97.5 110.0

2004: Jan 113.8 119.5 100.4 109.7

Feb 114.8 118.7 96.6 110.9

Mar 114.7 119.8 97.2 111.2

Apr 115.3 120.2 100.2 110.9

May (r) 116.2 121.0 101.3 111.3

June (r) 115.8 121.7 100.0 111.5

July (p) (r) 116.5 … 100.3 …

Aug (p) 116.6 … … …

Industrial production Consumer prices

(1997 = 100; seasonally adjusted) (1982-84 = 100; NSA)

Period

Ger- Italy United United Canada

many Kingdom States (1)

1994 96.2 92.6 95.7 148.2 148.2

1995 96.8 98.0 97.3 152.4 151.4

1996 97.0 96.3 98.7 156.9 153.8

1997 100.0 100.0 100.0 160.5 156.3

1998 103.8 101.2 101.0 163.0 157.8

1999 104.9 101.1 102.3 166.6 160.5

2000 110.7 105.3 104.2 172.2 164.9

2001 111.0 104.0 102.6 177.1 169.1

2002 109.9 102.7 100.0 179.9 172.9

2003 (p) 110.3 102.2 99.9 184.0 177.7

2003: June 108.7 101.5 99.9 183.7 177.4

July 111.2 103.1 100.4 183.9 177.5

Aug 108.6 103.1 99.6 184.6 178.0

Sept 108.4 102.3 99.8 185.2 178.3

Oct 111.3 102.4 100.6 185.0 177.8

Nov 112.0 102.7 99.8 184.5 178.3

Dec 111.9 102.7 99.9 184.3 178.4

2004: Jan 112.5 102.3 99.8 185.2 178.5

Feb 112.0 102.3 99.3 186.2 179.0

Mar 111.9 102.1 99.6 187.4 179.6

Apr 113.3 102.5 100.4 188.0 180.0

May 114.4 102.2 100.7 189.1 181.6

June 112.7 101.5 100.4 189.7 181.7

July (p) … … … 189.4 181.6

Aug (p) … … … 189.5 …

Consumer prices (1982-84=100; NSA)

Period

Japan France Ger- Italy United

many Kingdom

1994 119.3 145.8 131.1 195.3 169.3

1995 119.2 148.4 133.3 205.6 175.2

1996 119.3 151.4 135.3 213.8 179.4

1997 121.5 153.2 137.8 218.2 185.1

1998 122.2 154.2 139.1 222.5 191.4

1999 121.8 155.0 140.0 226.2 194.3

2000 121.0 157.6 142.0 231.9 200.1

2001 120.1 160.2 144.8 238.3 203.6

2002 119.0 163.3 146.7 244.3 207.0

2003 (p) 118.7 166.7 148.3 250.8 213.0

2003: June 118.8 166.5 148.2 250.7 213.0

July 118.5 166.4 148.5 251.1 213.0

Aug 118.8 166.7 148.5 251.7 213.4

Sept 118.9 167.3 148.3 252.1 214.4

Oct 118.9 167.8 148.3 252.3 214.5

Nov 118.3 167.9 148.1 252.9 214.7

Dec 118.4 168.1 149.2 253.1 215.6

2004: Jan 118.2 168.1 149.3 253.5 215.1

Feb 118.2 168.8 149.6 254.1 216.0

Mar 118.4 169.5 150.0 255.0 216.9

Apr 118.4 169.9 150.5 255.6 218.2

May 118.5 170.5 150.8 256.2 219.1

June 118.8 170.5 150.8 256.6 219.5

July (p) 118.4 170.2 151.2 256.8 219.5

Aug (p) … 170.7 151.5 257.4 220.2

(1) Data relate to all urban consumers.

NOTE.–See Note, p. 17, for information on U.S.

industrial production series.

Source: National sources as reported by Department of Commerce

(Bureau of Economic Analysis and International Trade Administration,

Office of Trade and Economic Analysis).

U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS AND SERVICES

[Billions of dollars; monthly data seasonally adjusted][GRAPHIC OMITTED]

Goods: Exports (f.a.s. value)

Census basis (by end-use category)

Indus-

Period Foods, trial

BOP Total feeds, sup-

basis Census and plies

basis (1) bev- and

erages mate-

rials

1994 502.9 512.6 42.0 121.4

1995 575.2 584.7 50.5 146.2

1996 612.1 625.1 55.5 147.7

1997 678.4 689.2 51.5 158.2

1998 670.4 682.1 46.4 148.3

1999 684.0 695.8 46.0 147.5

2000 772.0 781.9 47.9 172.6

2001 718.7 729.1 49.4 160.1

2002 681.8 693.1 49.6 156.8

2003 713.1 724.8 55.0 173.0

2003: July 60.1 61.1 4.7 14.9

Aug 58.2 59.3 4.5 14.1

Sept 59.9 61.0 4.7 14.2

Oct 61.2 61.9 4.8 14.6

Nov 63.1 64.2 5.0 14.6

Dec 62.6 63.4 4.9 15.1

2004: Jan 61.7 62.7 4.6 15.1

Feb 64.9 65.9 4.7 16.0

Mar 67.3 68.5 4.9 16.7

Apr 65.9 66.9 4.7 16.3

May 68.7 69.6 4.8 17.3

June (r) 64.7 65.7 4.5 16.1

July (p) 67.5 68.3 4.5 17.3

Goods: Imports

Goods: Exports (f.a.s. value) (customs value)

Census basis (by end-use category) Census basis

(by end-use

category)

Auto- Con-

mo- sumer

Period Capital tive goods

goods vehi- (non- BOP Total

except cles, food) basis Census

auto- parts except basis (1)

motive and auto-

en- mo-

gines tive

1994 205.0 57.8 60.0 668.7 663.3

1995 233.0 61.8 64.4 749.4 743.5

1996 253.0 65.0 70.1 803.1 795.3

1997 294.5 74.0 77.4 876.5 869.7

1998 299.4 72.4 80.3 917.1 911.9

1999 310.8 75.3 80.9 1,030.0 1,024.6

2000 356.9 80.4 89.4 1,224.4 1,218.0

2001 321.7 75.4 88.3 1,145.9 1,141.0

2002 290.4 78.9 84.4 1,164.7 1,161.4

2003 293.6 80.7 89.9 1,260.7 1,257.1

2003: July 24.5 6.7 7.5 104.8 104.6

Aug 24.1 6.4 7.5 102.6 102.2

Sept 24.8 6.8 7.7 105.5 105.2

Oct 25.5 6.9 7.6 107.3 107.1

Nov 26.8 6.8 8.0 107.8 107.6

Dec 26.0 6.9 7.8 111.1 110.9

2004: Jan 25.9 6.7 7.7 111.3 111.0

Feb 27.2 7.0 8.2 114.7 114.5

Mar 27.7 7.2 8.6 118.7 118.4

Apr 27.1 7.2 8.6 118.9 118.7

May 28.7 7.2 8.5 120.2 119.9

June (r) 26.4 7.0 8.4 123.8 123.5

July (p) 27.9 7.6 8.3 122.0 121.7

Goods: Imports (customs value)

Census basis (by end-use category)

Auto- Con-

Indus- mo- sumer

Period Foods, trial Capital tive goods

feeds, sup- goods vehi- (non-

and plies except cles, food)

bev- and auto- parts except

erages mate- motive and auto-

rials en- mo-

gines tive

1994 31.0 162.1 184.4 118.3 146.3

1995 33.2 181.8 221.4 123.8 159.9

1996 35.7 204.5 228.1 128.9 172.0

1997 39.7 213.8 253.3 139.8 193.8

1998 41.2 200.1 269.5 148.7 217.0

1999 43.6 221.4 295.7 179.0 241.9

2000 46.0 299.0 347.0 195.9 281.8

2001 46.6 273.9 298.0 189.8 284.3

2002 49.7 267.7 283.3 203.7 307.8

2003 55.8 313.8 295.8 210.2 333.9

2003: July 4.6 26.3 24.5 17.8 27.4

Aug 4.6 26.0 24.2 16.3 27.4

Sept 4.8 26.1 25.1 17.5 27.8

Oct 4.8 26.0 25.4 18.0 28.9

Nov 4.9 25.8 25.6 18.1 29.1

Dec 4.9 28.1 26.7 18.3 28.9

2004: Jan 4.8 28.3 26.7 17.8 29.4

Feb 5.1 31.2 26.3 18.8 28.9

Mar 5.1 31.8 27.2 18.9 31.2

Apr 5.1 30.9 27.8 19.0 31.7

May 5.3 31.9 28.0 19.4 31.0

June (r) 5.2 35.1 29.4 18.7 31.0

July (p) 5.1 33.6 29.2 19.1 30.5

Services Balance of trade

(BOP basis) (exports minus

imports)

Goods,

Period Ex- Im- Census

ports ports basis

1994 200.4 132.9 -150.6

1995 219.2 141.3 -158.8

1996 239.5 152.4 -170.2

1997 256.3 166.3 -180.5

1998 263.1 181.3 -229.8

1999 282.5 199.7 -328.8

2000 299.0 224.9 -436.1

2001 287.9 223.4 -411.9

2002 294.1 232.9 -468.3

2003 307.4 256.3 -532.4

2003: July 25.5 21.7 -43.4

Aug 25.9 21.7 -42.9

Sept 26.1 21.8 -44.2

Oct 26.9 22.3 -45.1

Nov 27.1 22.3 -43.4

Dec 27.5 22.9 -47.5

2004: Jan (r) 26.9 (r) 23.1 -48.4

Feb (r) 27.3 (r) 23.3 -48.6

Mar (r) 27.9 (r) 23.6 -49.9

Apr (r) 28.4 23.6 -51.8

May (r) 28.2 (r) 23.8 -50.3

June (r) 28.4 24.3 -57.8

July (p) 28.4 24.0 -53.5

Balance of trade

(exports minus imports)

BOP basis

Goods

Period Serv- and

Goods ices services

1994 -165.8 67.5 -98.4

1995 -174.2 77.9 -96.3

1996 -191.0 87.1 -103.9

1997 -198.1 89.9 -108.2

1998 -246.7 81.8 -164.9

1999 -346.0 82.8 -263.3

2000 -452.4 74.1 -378.3

2001 -427.2 64.5 -362.7

2002 -482.9 61.2 -421.7

2003 -547.6 51.0 -496.5

2003: July -44.7 3.9 -40.8

Aug -44.4 4.2 -40.2

Sept -45.6 4.3 -41.3

Oct -46.2 4.7 -41.5

Nov -44.7 4.7 -40.0

Dec -48.5 4.5 -44.0

2004: Jan -49.6 (r) 3.8 (r) -45.8

Feb -49.8 (r) 4.0 (r) -45.8

Mar -51.4 (r) 4.4 (r) -47.1

Apr -53.0 (r) 4.8 (r) -48.2

May -51.5 (r) 4.4 (r) -47.1

June (r) -59.1 4.1 -55.0

July (p) -54.5 4.4 -50.1

(1) Total includes “other” exports or imports, not shown separately.

NOTE.–BOP refers to balance of payments on international

transactions basis. BOP data shown here are consistent with

figures shown on pp. 36 and 37.

Source: Department of Commerce (Bureau of the Census and Bureau

of Economic Analysis).

U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS

In the second quarter of 2004, the goods deficit rose to $163.6

billion, from $150.8 billion in the first quarter. The current

account deficit rose to $166.2 billion in the second quarter

from $147.2 billion in the first quarter.

[Millions of dollars; quarterly data seasonally

adjusted. Credits (+), debits (-)][GRAPHIC OMITTED]

Goods (1)

Balance

Period Exports Imports on

goods

1994 502,859 -668,690 -165,831

1995 575,204 -749,374 -174,170

1996 612,113 -803,113 -191,000

1997 678,366 -876,470 -198,104

1998 670,416 -917,103 -246,687

1999 683,965 -1,029,980 -346,015

2000 771,994 -1,224,408 -452,414

2001 718,712 -1,145,900 -427,188

2002 681,833 -1,164,728 -482,895

2003 713,122 -1,260,674 -547,552

2001: III 172,648 -277,881 -105,233

IV 167,058 -268,409 -101,351

2002: I 165,123 -273,520 -108,397

II 172,034 -291,395 -119,361

III 174,371 -296,778 -122,407

IV 170,305 -303,035 -132,730

2003: I 173,459 -311,402 -137,943

II 174,554 -310,087 -135,533

III 178,251 -312,886 -134,635

IV 186,858 -326,299 -139,441

2004: I (r) 193,920 -344,688 -150,768

II (p) 199,315 -362,895 -163,580

Services

Net Balance

Net travel on

military and Other goods

Period trans- trans- services, and

actions (2) porta- net services

tion

1994 2,570 16,305 48,577 -98,379

1995 4,600 21,772 51,533 -96,265

1996 5,385 25,015 56,658 -103,942

1997 4,968 22,152 62,806 -108,178

1998 5,220 10,210 66,389 -164,868

1999 2,593 7,085 73,085 -263,252

2000 317 2,486 71,267 -378,344

2001 -2,296 -3,254 70,046 -362,692

2002 -7,158 -3,451 71,769 -421,735

2003 -12,626 -10,303 73,973 -496,508

2001: III -341 -719 17,017 -89,276

IV -1,349 -2,563 18,193 -87,070

2002: I -1,574 -802 17,014 -93,759

II -1,882 -1,073 18,943 -103,373

III -1,537 -901 17,929 -106,916

IV -2,165 -675 17,882 -117,688

2003: I -2,905 -2,745 18,207 -125,386

II -3,215 -3,183 18,551 -123,380

III -3,047 -3,088 18,520 -122,250

IV -3,459 -1,287 18,693 -125,494

2004: I (r) -3,534 -2,668 18,368 -138,602

II (p) -3,191 -1,950 18,435 -150,286

Income receipts and payments

Balance

Period Receipts Payments on

income

1994 166,521 -149,375 17,146

1995 210,244 -189,353 20,891

1996 226,129 -203,811 22,318

1997 256,804 -244,195 12,609

1998 261,308 -257,554 3,754

1999 293,222 -280,037 13,185

2000 350,449 -329,864 20,585

2001 286,692 -263,120 23,572

2002 266,799 -259,626 7,173

2003 294,385 -261,106 33,279

2001: III 67,465 -68,367 -902

IV 62,008 -48,425 13,583

2002: I 63,455 -62,490 965

II 67,306 -68,260 -954

III 69,542 -68,199 1,343

IV 66,496 -60,677 5,819

2003: I 67,677 -63,682 3,995

II 68,893 -63,019 5,874

III 73,785 -66,524 7,261

IV 84,030 -67,879 16,151

2004: I (r) 83,528 -71,364 12,164

II (p) 86,883 -84,240 2,643

Unilateral Balance Capital

Period current on account

transfer, current trans-

net (3) account actions,

net

1994 -36,799 -118,032 -1,723

1995 -34,104 -109,478 -927

1996 -38,583 -120,207 -654

1997 -40,410 -135,979 -1,044

1998 -48,443 -209,557 -740

1999 -46,755 -296,822 -4,843

2000 -55,684 -413,443 -809

2001 -46,581 -385,701 -1,083

2002 -59,382 -473,944 -1,260

2003 -67,439 -530,668 -3,079

2001: III -1,719 -91,897 -297

IV -16,087 -89,574 -257

2002: I -17,411 -110,205 -281

II -13,562 -117,889 -271

III -13,427 -119,000 -361

IV -14,980 -126,849 -347

2003: I -16,815 -138,206 -406

II -16,369 -133,875 -1,552

III -16,639 -131,628 -821

IV -17,617 -126,960 -300

2004: I (r) -20,726 -147,164 -396

II (p) -18,534 -166,177 -321

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

[increase/financial outflow (-)]

U.S. Other U.S. U.S.

Period Total official Govern- private

reserve ment assets

assets (4) assets

1994 -178,937 5,346 -390 -183,893

1995 -352,264 -9,742 -984 -341,538

1996 -413,409 6,668 -989 -419,088

1997 -485,475 -1,010 68 -484,533

1998 -347,829 -6,783 -422 -340,624

1999 -503,640 8,747 2,750 -515,137

2000 -569,798 -290 -941 -568,567

2001 -366,768 -4,911 -486 -361,371

2002 -198,014 -3,681 345 194,678

2003 -283,414 1,523 537 -285,474

2001: III 37,302 -3,559 77 40,784

IV -108,601 -199 143 -108,545

2002: I -34,144 390 133 -34,667

II -133,373 -1,843 42 -131,572

III 21,574 -1,416 -27 23,017

IV -52,069 -812 197 -51,454

2003: I -102,665 83 53 -102,801

II -110,962 -170 310 -111,102

III -8,138 -611 483 -8,010

IV -61,647 2,221 -309 -63,559

2004: I (r) -306,729 557 727 -308,013

II (p) -118,455 1,122 -41 -119,536

Financial account

Foreign-owned assets in the U.S., net

[increase/financial inflow (+)]

Foreign Other

Period Total official foreign

assets assets

1994 305,989 39,583 266,406

1995 438,562 109,880 328,682

1996 551,096 126,724 424,372

1997 706,809 19,036 687,773

1998 423,569 -19,903 443,472

1999 740,210 43,543 696,667

2000 1,046,896 42,758 1,004,138

2001 782,859 28,059 754,800

2002 768,246 113,990 654,256

2003 829,173 248,573 580,600

2001: III 22,936 15,653 7,283

IV 219,902 11,038 208,864

2002: I 165,989 12,801 153,188

II 229,135 53,312 175,823

III 150,075 17,720 132,355

IV 223,047 30,157 192,890

2003: I 246,105 48,986 197,119

II 218,553 65,245 153,308

III 134,202 50,663 83,539

IV 230,311 83,679 146,632

2004: I (r) 445,348 127,864 317,484

II (p) 265,246 73,877 191,369

Statistical discrepancy

U.S. official

Total (sum Of which: reserve

Period of the items Seasonal assets, net (4)

with sign adjustment (unadjusted,

reserved) discrepancy end of

period)

1994 -7,297 … 74,335

1995 24,107 … 85,832

1996 -16,826 … 75,089

1997 -84,311 … 69,954

1998 134,557 … 81,761

1999 65,095 … 71,516

2000 -62,846 … 67,647

2001 -29,307 … 68,654

2002 -95,028 … 79,006

2003 -12,012 … 85,938

2001: III 31,956 -9,618 70,963

IV -21,470 5,541 68,654

2002: I -21,359 10,292 67,574

II 22,398 -1,206 74,696

III -52,288 -14,052 75,860

IV -43,782 4,963 79,006

2003: I -4,828 11,091 80,049

II 27,836 -3,121 81,660

III 6,385 -13,418 84,431

IV 41,404 5,449 85,938

2004: I (r) 8,941 11,839 85,192

II (p) 19,707 -5,301 82,652

(1) Adjusted from Census data for the differences in timing and

coverage; excludes military.

(2) Transfer under U.S. military agency sales contracts (exports)

minus direct defense expenditures (imports).

(3) Includes transfers of goods and services under U.S. military

grant programs.

(4) Consists of gold, special drawing rights (SDRs), foreign

currencies, and the U.S. reserve position in the International

Monetary Fund (IMF).

Source: Department of Commerce (Bureau of Economic Analysis)

and Department of the Treasury.

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