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International Statistics – consumer prices and industrial production – Illustration – Statistical Data Included

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CONSUMER PRICES–MAJOR

INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES

Industrial production

(1992=100; seasonally adjusted)

Period United Canada Japan France Germany

States

1991 97.0 98.9 106.1 101.1 102.3

1992 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1993 103.5 104.5 96.5 96.3 92.4

1994 109.1 111.3 97.8 100.1 95.6

1995 114.3 116.3 100.9 102.6 96.8

1996 119.6 117.9 103.3 103.5 97.4

1997 127.7 123.1 107.0 107.3 100.8

1998 134.0 126.0 99.9 112.9 105.0

1999 139.6 131.6 100.8 115.3 106.7

2000(p) 147.5 139.1 106.5 119.0 113.7

2000: May 147.2 139.8 105.2 118.2 115.0

June 147.9 140.0 107.0 118.3 112.1

July 147.6 139.8 106.8 120.0 115.2

Aug 148.6 140.4 109.6 120.0 116.0

Sept 149.0 139.7 106.2 119.3 115.4

Oct 148.7 140.1 107.6 119.8 114.5

Nov 148.2 139.7 107.5 120.2 115.1

Dec 147.3 139.0 108.8 120.6 115.3

2001: Jan 146.0 137.9 104.6 120.7 117.2

Feb 145.4 137.8 105.3 120.9 117.3

Mar 145.0 138.1 103.2 120.5 115.5

Apr (r)144.6 138.5 101.2 120.0 113.6

May (r)144.2 138.9 100.2 120.4 114.6

June (r)143.0 … 99.4 … …

July(p) 142.8 … … … …

Industrial

production

(1992=100; Consumer prices

seasonally (1982-84=100; NSA)

adjusted)

Period Italy United United Canada Japan

Kingdom States(1)

1991 101.3 99.7 136.2 143.1 115.0

1992 100.0 100.0 140.3 145.3 117.0

1993 97.9 102.2 114.5 147.9 118.4

1994 103.9 107.7 148.2 148.2 119.3

1995 109.2 109.5 152.4 151.4 119.1

1996 107.1 110.7 156.9 153.8 119.3

1997 111.1 111.8 160.5 156.3 121.3

1998 112.3 112.7 163.0 157.8 122.1

1999 112.3 113.3 166.6 160.5 121.8

2000(p) 117.7 115.0 172.2 164.9 120.9

2000: May 118.9 115.1 171.5 164.2 121.3

June 117.8 115.4 172.4 165.2 120.9

July 116.7 116.0 172.8 165.8 120.7

Aug 118.1 116.4 172.8 165.5 120.7

Sept 118.1 115.4 173.7 166.2 121.0

Oct 117.2 115.3 174.0 166.5 121.2

Nov 118.4 115.6 174.1 167.1 120.9

Dec 120.9 114.8 174.0 167.2 120.9

2001: Jan 118.6 114.9 175.1 166.6 120.9

Feb 118.5 114.5 175.8 167.4 120.6

Mar 119.1 114.1 176.2 167.9 120.5

Apr 116.7 113.9 176.9 169.1 120.7

May 116.9 112.9 177.7 170.6 120.7

June … … 178.0 170.7 120.3

July(p) … … 177.5 170.1 …

Consumer prices (1982-84=100; NSA)

Period France Germany Italy United

Kingdom

1991 137.2 116.2 170.5 156.9

1992 140.4 122.1 179.5 162.7

1993 143.4 127.6 187.7 165.3

1994 145.8 131.1 195.3 169.3

1995 148.4 133.3 205.6 175.2

1996 151.4 135.2 213.8 179.4

1997 153.2 137.8 218.2 185.1

1998 154.2 139.1 222.5 191.4

1999 155.0 139.9 226.2 194.3

2000(p) 157.6 142.6 231.9 200.1

2000: May 157.4 141.7 231.3 200.6

June 157.7 142.5 231.9 201.0

July 157.4 143.2 232.4 200.3

Aug 157.7 142.9 232.6 200.3

Sept 158.7 143.6 233.0 201.7

Oct 158.4 143.3 233.8 201.6

Nov 158.8 143.6 234.4 202.2

Dec 158.7 143.7 234.6 202.3

2001: Jan 158.1 144.4 235.6 201.0

Feb 158.5 145.3 236.5 202.1

Mar 159.1 145.5 236.7 202.3

Apr 159.9 146.0 237.7 203.4

May 161.0 146.7 238.3 204.7

June 161.0 146.9 238.9 204.9

July(p) 160.7 146.9 239.1 203.6

(1) Data rate to all urban consumers.

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]

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

Census basis (by end-use category)

Indus-

Foods, trial Capital

Total feeds, sup- goods

Period BOP Census and plies except

basis basis(1) beve- and auto-

rages mate- motive

rials

1991 414.1 421.7 35.7 109.7 166.7

1992 439.6 448.2 40.3 109.1 175.9

1993 456.9 465.1 40.6 111.8 181.7

1994 502.9 512.6 42.0 121.4 205.0

1995 575.2 584.7 50.5 146.2 233.0

1996 612.1 625.1 55.5 147.7 253.0

1997 678.4 689.2 51.5 158.2 294.5

1998 670.4 682.1 46.4 148.3 299.4

1999 684.6 695.8 45.5 147.0 310.9

2000 772.2 781.9 47.5 171.9 357.0

2000: June 65.4 66.3 4.0 14.2 30.5

July 65.1 65.8 4.1 14.0 30.9

Aug 67.4 68.1 4.2 14.7 31.6

Sept 66.8 67.5 4.0 15.1 31.2

Oct 65.8 66.6 4.0 15.0 30.6

Nov 65.9 66.7 3.9 15.1 30.7

Dec 64.6 65.4 3.9 14.3 30.2

2001: Jan 65.3 66.2 4.0 14.3 31.2

Feb 65.7 66.5 4.1 14.5 31.3

Mar 63.9 64.7 4.2 14.4 29.4

Apr 62.2 62.9 4.1 14.0 27.9

May(r) 62.8 63.7 4.0 13.9 28.3

June(p) 60.8 61.7 3.9 13.5 27.1

Goods: Exports Goods: Imports

(f.a.s. value) (customs value)

Census basis Census basis

(by end-use (by end-use

category) category)

Con-

Auto- sumer

motive goods Foods,

vehicles, (non- Total feeds,

Period parts food) BOP Census and

and except basis basis(1) beve-

engines auto- rages

motive

1991 40.0 45.9 491.0 488.5 26.5

1992 47.0 51.4 536.5 532.7 27.6

1993 52.4 54.7 589.4 580.7 27.9

1994 57.8 60.0 668.7 663.3 31.0

1995 61.8 64.4 749.4 743.5 33.2

1996 65.0 70.1 803.1 795.3 35.7

1997 74.0 77.4 876.5 869.7 39.7

1998 72.4 80.3 917.1 911.9 41.2

1999 75.1 82.0 1,030.0 1,024.6 43.6

2000 80.2 90.6 1,224.4 1,218.0 46.0

2000: June 6.9 7.7 103.3 102.8 3.9

July 6.5 7.6 103.2 103.0 3.9

Aug 7.0 7.8 104.2 103.9 3.9

Sept 6.6 7.7 106.5 105.8 3.9

Oct 6.6 7.5 106.0 105.4 3.8

Nov 6.4 7.6 104.8 104.2 3.9

Dec 6.3 7.6 103.9 103.4 3.8

2001: Jan 6.0 7.8 104.4 103.9 3.9

Feb 5.9 7.9 100.4 99.8 3.8

Mar 6.1 7.9 102.7 102.1 3.7

Apr 6.1 7.9 99.8 99.2 3.7

May(r) 6.3 8.1 97.3 96.5 3.7

June(p) 6.6 7.4 96.5 95.9 3.9

Ser-

vices

Goods: Imports (customs value) (BOP

basis)

Census basis (by end-use category)

Con-

Indus- Auto- sumer

trial Capital motive goods

supplies goods vehicles, (non-

Period and except parts food) Exports

mate- auto- and except

rials motive engines auto-

motive

1991 131.6 120.7 85.7 108.0 164.3

1992 138.6 134.3 91.8 122.7 176.9

1993 145.6 152.4 102.4 134.0 185.9

1994 162.1 184.4 118.3 146.3 201.0

1995 181.8 221.4 123.8 159.9 219.2

1996 204.5 228.1 128.9 172.0 240.0

1997 213.8 253.3 139.8 193.8 256.6

1998 200.1 269.5 148.7 217.0 262.3

1999 222.0 295.3 179.0 241.7 272.8

2000 299.8 346.7 195.9 281.4 293.5

2000: June 25.8 29.2 16.5 23.5 24.8

July 25.9 29.1 16.5 23.5 24.4

Aug 25.4 29.8 16.7 23.8 24.4

Sept 26.5 30.7 16.5 24.2 24.4

Oct 26.3 30.0 16.6 24.5 24.6

Nov 25.5 29.5 16.3 24.7 24.6

Dec 26.4 29.8 15.4 23.9 24.7

2001: Jan 26.6 29.2 15.7 24.3 24.8

Feb 24.8 28.5 15.6 23.1 24.7

Mar 24.9 28.7 15.5 25.4 24.8

Apr 24.9 25.9 16.1 24.3 24.8

May(r) 24.6 24.6 15.7 23.6 24.9

June(p) 23.9 24.3 16.1 23.7 25.1

Ser-

vices Balance of trade

(BOP (exports minus imports

basis)

BOP basis

Goods, Goods

Period Imports Census Goods Services and

basis services

1991 118.5 -66.7 -76.9 45.8 -31.1

1992 116.5 -84.5 -96.9 60.4 -36.5

1993 122.3 -115.6 -132.5 63.7 -68.8

1994 131.9 -150.6 -165.8 69.2 -96.7

1995 141.4 -158.8 -174.2 77.8 -96.4

1996 150.9 -170.2 -191.0 89.2 -101.8

1997 166.3 -180.5 -198.1 90.4 -107.8

1998 182.4 -229.8 -246.7 79.9 -166.8

1999 189.2 -328.8 -345.4 83.6 -261.8

2000 217.0 -436.1 -452.2 76.5 -375.7

2000: June 18.0 -36.6 -37.8 6.8 -31.0

July 18.3 -37.2 -38.1 6.1 -32.0

Aug 18.4 -35.7 -36.8 6.0 -30.8

Sept 19.2 -38.3 -39.7 5.2 -34.5

Oct 18.4 -38.8 -40.2 6.2 -34.0

Nov 18.6 -37.5 -39.0 6.0 -33.0

Dec 18.6 -38.0 -39.4 6.1 -33.3

2001: Jan 19.0 -37.7 -39.1 5.8 -33.3

Feb 18.7 -33.3 -34.6 6.0 -28.6

Mar 19.1 -37.4 -38.8 5.7 -33.1

Apr 19.1 -36.3 -37.7 5.7 -32.0

May(r) 18.9 -32.8 -34.4 6.0 -28.5

June(p) 18.8 -34.2 -35.7 6.3 -29.4

(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 to 37.

Source: Department of Commerce (Bureau of the Census and

Bureau of Economic Analysis).

U.S. INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS

In the first quarter of 2001, the goods deficit fell to $112.5 billion,

from $118.5 billion in the fourth quarter. The current account deficit

fell $109.6 billion in the first quarter, from $116.3 billion in the

fourth quarter.

In the financial account, U.S. claims on foreigners reported by U.S.

banks increased $90.0 billion in the first quarter of 2001, following

an increase of $71.6 billion in the fourth quarter. U.S. liabilities

to private foreigners reported by U.S. banks, excluding Treasury

securities, decreased $0.5 billion in the first quarter, in contrast

to an increase of $43.4 billion in the fourth quarter.

[GRAPHS OMITTED]

[Millions of dollars; quarterly data seasonally adjusted,

except as noted. Credits (+), debits (-)]

Goods(1) Services

Net

mili- Net

Balance tary travel Other

Period Exports Imports of tran- and servi-

goods sac- trans- ces,

tions porta- net

(2 3) tion

1991 414,083 -491,020 -76,937 -5,274 16,561 34,516

1992 439,631 -536,528 -96,897 -1,448 19,969 41,918

1993 456,943 -589,394 -132,451 1,385 19,714 42,562

1994 502,859 -668,690 -165,831 2,570 16,305 50,278

1995 575,204 -749,374 -174,170 4,600 21,772 51,410

1996 612,113 -803,113 -191,000 5,385 25,015 58,757

1997 678,366 -876,485 -198,119 4,968 22,152 63,234

1998 670,416 -917,112 -246,696 5,265 10,145 64,458

1999 684,553 -1,029,987 -345,434 2,586 7,113 73,897

2000 772,210 -1,224,417 -452,207 500 3,180 72,788

1998: I 170,998 -226,372 -55,374 1,709 3,419 15,368

II 165,511 -228,721 -63,210 1,611 3,118 16,009

III 164,081 -228,010 -63,929 807 1,820 15,830

IV 169,826 -234,009 -64,183 1,138 1,788 17,246

1999: I 164,716 -238,709 -73,993 1,031 2,108 17,982

II 166,267 -250,557 -84,290 1,220 1,887 18,317

III 173,045 -264,777 -91,732 296 1,566 18,735

IV 180,525 -275,944 -95,419 39 1,552 18,860

2000: I 185,142 -292,547 -107,405 139 929 19,015

II 191,558 -303,229 -111,671 528 1,571 18,788

III 199,273 -313,884 -114,611 -212 177 17,306

IV 196,237 -314,757 -118,520 45 500 17,682

2001: I(p) 194,942 -307,462 -112,520 -162 -98 17,765

Income receipts and payments

Balance

Period on goods Receipts Payments Balance

and services of income

1991 -31,135 149,214 -125,084 24,130

1992 -36,457 132,056 -109,101 22,954

1993 -68,791 134,159 -110,255 23,904

1994 -96,678 165,438 -148,744 16,694

1995 -96,388 211,502 -190,955 20,547

1996 -101,843 225,846 -204,859 20,987

1997 -107,765 260,558 -251,808 8,750

1998 -166,828 259,238 -265,440 -6,202

1999 -261,838 285,302 -298,915 -13,613

2000 -375,739 352,866 -367,658 -14,792

1998: I -34,878 66,190 -64,937 1,253

II -42,472 66,715 -66,490 225

III -45,472 62,768 -67,103 -4,335

IV -44,011 63,565 -66,908 -3,343

1999: I -52,872 64,893 -67,418 -2,525

II -62,866 68,703 -71,619 -2,916

III -71,135 73,506 -78,673 -5,167

IV -74,968 78,202 -81,204 -3,002

2000: I -87,322 82,389 -88,046 -5,657

II -90,784 89,253 -94,142 -4,889

III -97,340 88,739 -93,624 -4,885

IV -100,293 92,486 -91,844 642

2001: I(p) -95,015 86,608 -89,698 -3,090

Unilateral Capital

current Balance account

Period transfers, on current transactions,

net(4) account net(3)

1991 10,752 3,747 -4,479

1992 -35,013 -48,515 612

1993 -37,637 -82,523 -88

1994 -38,260 -118,244 -469

1995 -34,057 -109,898 372

1996 -40,081 -120,937 693

1997 -40,794 -139,809 350

1998 -44,427 -217,457 678

1999 -48,913 -324,364 -3,491

2000 -54,136 -444,667 705

1998: I -9,866 -43,491 163

II -10,154 -52,401 168

III -10,731 -60,538 164

IV -13,671 -61,025 183

1999: I -11,051 -66,448 158

II -11,596 -77,378 167

III -11,761 -88,063 173

IV -14,504 -92,474 -3,989

2000: I -11,924 -104,903 173

II -12,461 -108,134 173

III -13,080 -115,305 175

IV -16,673 -116,324 184

2001: I(p) -11,457 -109,562 174

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

[increase/financial outflow (-)]

U.S.

official Other U.S. U.S.

Period Total reserve Government private

assets(3 5) assets(3) assets

1991 -64,388 5,763 2,924 -73,075

1992 -74,410 3,901 -1,667 -76,644

1993 -200,552 -1,379 -351 -198,822

1994 -176,056 5,346 -390 -181,012

1995 -352,376 -9,742 -984 -341,650

1996 -413,923 6,668 -989 -419,602

1997 -487,599 -1,010 68 -486,657

1998 -359,632 -6,783 -422 -352,427

1999 -437,067 8,747 2,751 -448,565

2000 -580,952 -290 -944 -579,718

1998: I -75,937 -444 -80 -75,413

II -139,964 -1,945 -483 -137,536

III -60,247 -2,025 188 -58,410

IV -83,486 -2,369 -47 -81,070

1999: I -43,657 4,068 118 -47,843

II -170,707 1,159 -392 -171,474

III -114,931 1,951 -686 -116,196

IV -107,769 1,569 3,711 -113,049

2000: I -198,105 -554 -127 -197,424

II -93,573 2,020 -572 -95,021

III -107,727 -346 114 -107,495

IV -181,548 -1,410 -359 -179,779

2001: I(p) -156,937 190 68 -157,195

Financial account

Foreign-owned assets

in the U.S., net

[increase/financial outflow (-)]

Foreign Other

Period Total official foreign

assets(3) assets

1991 110,808 17,389 93,420

1992 170,663 40,477 130,186

1993 282,040 71,753 210,287

1994 305,989 39,583 266,406

1995 465,684 109,880 355,804

1996 586,038 126,724 459,314

1997 759,290 19,036 740,254

1998 504,464 -19,948 524,412

1999 813,744 43,551 770,193

2000 1,024,218 37,619 986,599

1998: I 96,654 10,999 85,655

II 173,254 -10,230 183,484

III 96,248 -46,639 142,887

IV 138,308 25,922 112,386

1999: I 130,758 4,164 126,594

II 278,047 -736 278,783

III 172,119 12,721 159,398

IV 232,820 27,402 205,418

2000: I 256,782 22,498 234,284

II 250,007 6,447 243,560

III 222,108 12,247 209,861

IV 295,321 -3,573 298,894

2001: I(p) 237,503 4,091 233,412

Statistical discrepancy

U.S. official

Total (sum Of which: reserve

of the items Seasonal assets, net(5)

Period with sign adjustment (unadjusted,

reserved) discrepancy end of

period)

1991 -45,688 … 77,721

1992 -48,350 … 71,323

1993 1,123 … 73,442

1994 -11,220 … 74,335

1995 -3,782 … 85,832

1996 -51,871 … 75,089

1997 -132,232 … 69,954

1998 71,947 … 81,761

1999 -48,822 … 71,516

2000 696 … 67,647

1998: I 22,611 6,211 69,353

II 18,943 -1,431 71,161

III 24,373 -11,256 75,676

IV 6,020 6,476 81,761

1999: I -20,811 6,425 74,359

II -30,129 -711 71,689

III 30,702 -10,320 73,414

IV -28,588 4,602 71,516

2000: I 46,053 8,501 70,789

II -48,473 -2,380 67,955

III 749 -9,977 66,256

IV 2,367 3,856 67,647

2001: I(p) 28,822 8,945 64,222

(1) Adjusted from Census data for differences in timing

and coverage; excludes military.

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

minus direct defense expenditures (imports).

(3) Quarterly data are not seasonally adjusted.

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

military grant programs.

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

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

Sources: Department of Commerce (Bureau of Economic Analysis)

and Department of the Treasury.

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