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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CONSUMER PRICES–MAJOR

INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES

Industrial production (1997=100;

seasonally adjusted)

United

Period States Canada Japan France Germany

1993 80.8 84.2 90.4 89.5 92.1

1994 85.1 89.4 91.5 93.2 95.0

1995 89.2 93.5 94.4 95.4 95.8

1996 93.1 94.7 96.6 96.3 96.5

1997 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1998 105.6 103.5 93.5 105.2 104.2

1999 110.1 108.8 94.1 107.2 105.7

2000 115.3 115.0 99.5 111.0 112.3

2001 111.2 111.0 92.3 111.9 112.8

2002 (p) 110.5 112.9 91.0 110.9 111.3

2002: Jan 109.0 110.2 87.3 110.4 (r) 111.2

Feb 109.2 (r) 111.8 87.9 110.1 (r) 110.9

Mar 109.6 (r) 111.5 88.4 111.0 (r) 111.3

Apr 110.1 (r) 113.2 88.7 111.5 (r) 111.3

May 110.4 112.4 92.3 111.0 (r) 110.0

June 110.8 (r) 112.4 92.1 111.0 (r) 112.0

July 111.6 114.0 92.4 110.8 (r) 111.9

Aug 111.3 (r) 113.7 93.6 111.2 (r) 113.2

Sept 111.2 (r) 113.8 93.3 110.9 (r) 111.9

Oct 110.6 (r) 114.0 93.1 110.9 (r) 111.4

Nov 110.8 (r) 113.7 92.1 111.8 (r) 113.7

Dec (r) 109.9 113.7 91.5 109.9 (r) 110.2

2003: Jan (r) 110.8 (r) 114.5 93.6 (r) 111.6 (r) 113.1

Feb (r) 110.7 114.3 91.6 112.3 113.8

Mar (p) 110.1 … … … …

Industrial

production

(1997=100; Consumer prices

seasonally (1982-84=100; NSA)

adjusted)

United

Period Italy United States Canada Japan

Kingdom (1)

1993 88.1 91.1 144.5 147.9 (r) 118.5

1994 93.5 96.0 148.2 148.2 119.3

1995 98.2 97.7 152.4 151.4 119.2

1996 96.4 98.9 156.9 153.8 119.3

1997 100.0 100.0 160.5 156.3 121.5

1998 101.1 101.0 163.0 157.8 122.2

1999 101.1 101.8 166.6 160.5 121.8

2000 105.9 103.4 172.2 164.9 121.0

2001 104.6 101.2 177.1 169.1 120.1

2002 (p) 103.3 97.7 179.9 172.9 119.0

2002: Jan 102.9 97.7 177.1 168.8 119.0

Feb 103.8 97.5 177.8 169.8 118.4

Mar 103.8 97.4 178.8 171.0 118.7

Apr 102.6 98.5 179.8 172.0 119.0

May 104.4 99.4 179.8 172.3 119.4

June 103.8 95.3 179.9 172.9 119.3

July 104.8 98.2 180.1 173.8 118.8

Aug 103.6 98.2 180.7 174.5 119.2

Sept 104.1 97.9 181.0 174.5 119.2

Oct 103.5 97.7 181.3 175.1 118.9

Nov 104.0 97.3 181.3 175.5 118.9

Dec 103.5 97.1 180.9 174.9 118.9

2003: Jan 103.5 (r) 96.9 181.7 176.4 (r) 118.5

Feb … 97.6 183.1 177.7 118.2

Mar (p) … … 184.2 178.4 118.5

Consumer prices

(1982-84=100; NSA)

United

Period France Germany Italy Kingdom

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 151.4 135.3 213.8 179.4

1997 153.2 137.8 218.2 185.1

1998 154.2 139.1 222.5 191.4

1999 155.0 140.0 226.2 194.3

2000 157.6 142.0 231.9 200.1

2001 160.2 144.8 238.3 203.6

2002 (p) 163.3 146.7 244.3 207.0

2002: Jan 161.6 146.1 241.2 203.6

Feb 161.8 146.5 242.0 204.2

Mar 162.5 146.8 242.6 205.0

Apr 163.1 146.6 243.2 206.4

May 163.3 146.8 243.9 207.0

June 163.3 146.8 244.1 207.0

July 163.3 147.2 244.5 206.7

Aug 163.6 146.9 244.9 207.3

Sept 163.9 146.8 245.3 208.7

Oct 164.2 146.6 245.9 209.0

Nov 164.2 146.2 246.7 209.4

Dec 164.5 147.6 247.0 209.7

2003: Jan 164.8 147.6 248.0 209.6

Feb 165.9 148.3 248.4 210.7

Mar (p) 166.7 148.5 249.2 211.4

(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]

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 bev- and auto-

(1) erages mate- motive

rials

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 684.0 695.8 46.0 147.5 310.8

2000 772.0 781.9 47.9 172.6 356.9

2001 718.8 729.1 49.4 160.1 321.7

2002 682.4 693.3 49.5 156.9 290.6

2002: Feb 54.6 55.4 4.3 12.2 23.2

Mar 54.9 55.9 3.9 12.3 24.1

Apr 56.8 57.6 3.9 13.1 24.1

May 57.2 58.2 4.0 13.3 24.2

June 58.2 59.0 4.3 13.3 25.1

July 59.0 60.0 4.3 13.2 25.2

Aug 58.2 59.2 4.0 13.4 24.9

Sept 58.2 59.0 4.0 13.3 25.1

Oct 57.3 58.2 3.9 13.1 24.5

Nov 57.8 58.8 4.3 13.6 24.4

Dec 55.4 56.3 4.4 13.7 22.1

2003: Jan (r) 56.8 57.5 4.4 14.0 22.7

Feb (p) 57.4 58.3 4.5 13.9 23.8

Goods: Exports Goods: Imports

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

Census basis

Census basis (by (by end-use

end-use category) category)

Auto- Consumer

motive goods Foods,

vehi- (non- Total, feeds,

Period cles, food) BOP Census and

parts except basis basis bev-

and auto- (1) erages

engines motive

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 75.3 80.9 1,030.0 1,024.6 43.6

2000 80.4 89.4 1,224.4 1,218.0 46.0

2001 75.4 88.3 1,145.9 1,141.0 46.6

2002 78.4 84.4 1,166.9 1,163.6 49.7

2002: Feb 6.2 6.8 91.0 90.7 4.0

Mar 6.2 6.7 91.5 91.3 4.0

Apr 6.7 7.1 97.0 96.6 4.1

May 6.8 6.9 99.0 98.7 4.1

June 6.7 7.1 98.8 98.6 4.1

July 7.1 7.2 98.1 97.8 4.2

Aug 6.8 7.1 100.6 100.3 4.2

Sept 6.7 7.1 99.5 99.2 4.1

Oct 6.6 7.2 96.9 96.6 4.0

Nov 6.3 7.2 102.1 101.8 4.4

Dec 6.4 6.9 103.9 103.7 4.6

2003: Jan (r) 6.5 7.4 101.8 101.6 4.5

Feb (p) 6.5 6.9 101.6 101.4 4.5

Goods: Imports (customs value)

Census basis Services

(by end-use category) (BOP basis)

Con-

Indus- Auto- sumer

trial Capital motive goods

sup- goods vehi- (non- Ex- Im-

Period plies except cles, food) ports ports

and auto- parts except

mate- motive and auto-

rials engines motive

1993 145.6 152.4 102.4 134.0 185.9 122.3

1994 162.1 184.4 118.3 146.3 201.0 131.9

1995 181.8 221.4 123.8 159.9 219.2 141.4

1996 204.5 228.1 128.9 172.0 240.0 150.9

1997 213.8 253.3 139.8 193.8 256.6 166.3

1998 200.1 269.5 148.7 217.0 262.3 182.5

1999 221.4 295.7 179.0 241.9 273.2 189.4

2000 299.0 347.0 195.9 281.8 292.2 218.5

2001 273.9 298.0 189.8 284.3 279.3 210.4

2002 269.0 283.8 203.9 307.8 289.3 240.5

2002: Feb 19.0 23.1 16.3 24.4 22.7 19.4

Mar 19.9 23.4 16.0 23.7 23.4 19.3

Apr 22.8 23.8 17.0 25.0 23.7 19.3

May 23.0 24.1 17.6 25.0 24.2 19.4

June 22.5 24.2 17.2 26.2 24.2 20.2

July 22.8 24.0 17.2 25.6 24.2 20.2

Aug 23.8 23.8 17.6 26.9 24.8 20.5

Sept 23.4 23.6 17.7 26.3 24.5 20.3

Oct 24.5 22.2 16.8 25.0 24.7 20.4

Nov 23.9 24.4 17.5 27.8 25.1 21.0

Dec 24.6 24.6 17.7 28.0 25.2 21.6

2003: Jan (r) 24.9 24.4 16.9 26.8 25.2 21.5

Feb (p) 25.8 23.4 16.9 27.0 25.0 21.1

Balance of trade

(exports minus imports)

BOP basis

Goods Goods

Period Census Goods Services and

basis services

1993 -115.6 -132.5 63.7 -68.8

1994 -150.6 -165.8 69.2 -96.7

1995 -158.8 -174.2 77.8 -96.4

1996 -170.2 -191.0 89.2 -101.8

1997 -180.5 -198.1 90.4 -107.8

1998 -229.8 -246.7 79.8 -166.9

1999 -328.8 -346.0 83.8 -262.2

2000 -436.1 -452.4 73.7 -378.7

2001 -411.9 -427.2 68.9 -358.3

2002 -470.3 -484.5 48.8 -435.7

2002: Feb -35.3 -36.4 3.3 -33.2

Mar -35.3 -36.7 4.1 -32.6

Apr -39.0 -40.2 4.4 -35.8

May -40.5 -41.8 4.8 -37.0

June -39.5 -40.7 4.0 -36.7

July -37.9 -39.1 4.0 -35.1

Aug -41.1 -42.4 4.4 -38.0

Sept -40.2 -41.4 4.2 -37.2

Oct -38.3 -39.6 4.3 -35.3

Nov -43.1 -44.3 4.1 -40.2

Dec -47.4 -48.5 3.6 -44.9

2003: Jan (r) -44.0 -45.0 3.7 -41.2

Feb (p) -43.1 -44.2 3.9 -40.3

(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 fourth quarter of 2002, the goods deficit rose to $132.3 billion, from $122.9 billion in the third quarter. The current account deficit rose to $136.9 billion in the fourth quarter, from $126.3 billion in the third quarter.

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[Millions of dollars; quarterly data seasonally adjusted.

Credits (+), debits (-)]

Goods (1) Services

Net

Net travel

Balance military and

Period Exports Imports on transac- trans-

goods tions porta-

(2) tion

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

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

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

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

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

1998 670,416 -917,112 -246,696 5,220 10,145

1999 683,965 -1,029,987 -346,022 2,470 7,113

2000 771,994 -1,224,417 -452,423 421 2,472

2001 718,762 -1,145,927 -427,165 -2,978 -1,926

2002 (p) 682,586 -1,166,939 -484,353 -7,374 -2,711

2000: I 184,486 -290,941 -106,455 -74 825

II 191,411 -303,581 -112,170 412 1,486

III 199,641 -314,779 -115,138 -199 -31

IV 196,456 -315,116 -118,660 282 189

2001: I 193,284 -306,316 -113,032 -742 903

II 184,846 -292,565 -107,719 -285 -1,219

III 173,274 -279,025 -105,751 -706 -255

IV 167,358 -268,021 -100,663 -1,245 -1,357

2002: I 164,372 -270,975 -106,603 -1,498 -477

II 172,150 -294,795 -122,645 -1,679 -794

III 175,372 -298,225 -122,853 -2,091 -515

IV (p) 170,692 -302,944 -132,252 -2,106 -925

Services Income receipts and

payments

Balance

Other on goods Balance

Period services, and Receipts Payments on

net services income

1993 42,562 -68,791 134,159 -110,255 23,904

1994 50,278 -96,678 165,438 -148,744 16,694

1995 51,410 -96,388 211,502 -186,880 24,622

1996 58,757 -101,843 225,846 -201,743 24,103

1997 63,234 -107,765 260,558 -240,371 20,187

1998 64,398 -166,933 259,366 -251,751 7,615

1999 74,202 -262,237 290,536 -272,398 18,138

2000 70,849 -378,681 352,997 -331,215 21,782

2001 73,779 -358,290 283,771 -269,389 14,382

2002 (p) 58,896 -435,542 244,640 -256,502 -11,862

2000: I 18,532 -87,172 84,083 -79,260 4,823

II 18,345 -91,927 90,183 -83,994 6,189

III 17,042 -98,326 88,129 -84,055 4,074

IV 16,931 -101,258 90,603 -83,909 6,694

2001: I 15,711 -97,160 83,036 -81,990 1,046

II 15,899 -93,324 74,846 -68,840 6,006

III 26,934 -79,778 67,152 -66,345 807

IV 15,237 -88,028 58,737 -52,216 6,521

2002: I 12,949 -95,629 58,046 -59,028 -982

II 15,672 -109,446 60,672 -65,996 -5,324

III 15,202 -110,257 63,475 -66,482 -3,007

IV (p) 15,070 -120,213 62,443 -64,996 -2,553

Unilateral Balance

current on

Period transfers, current

net (3) account

1993 -37,637 -82,523

1994 -38,260 -118,244

1995 -34,057 -105,823

1996 -40,081 -117,821

1997 -40,794 -128,372

1998 -44,509 -203,827

1999 -48,757 -292,856

2000 -53,442 -410,341

2001 -49,463 -393,371

2002 (p) -56,023 -503,427

2000: I -11,749 -94,098

II -12,349 -98,087

III -12,925 -107,177

IV -16,418 -110,982

2001: I -11,608 -107,722

II -11,916 -99,234

III -12,360 -91,331

IV -13,579 -95,086

2002: I -15,931 -112,542

II -12,927 -127,697

III -13,073 -126,337

IV (p) -14,088 -136,854

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

programs.

In the financial account, U.S. claims on foreigners reported by U.S. banks increased $11.0 billion in the fourth quarter of 2002, following a decrease of $53.8 billion in the third quarter. U.S. liabilities to private foreigners reported by U.S. banks, excluding Treasury securities, increased $54.6 billion in the fourth quarter, compared with an increase of $18.8 billion in the third quarter.

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[Millions of dollars; quarterly data seasonally adjusted.

Credits (+), debits (-)]

Financial account

U.S.-owned assets abroad, net

[increase/financial outflow (-)]

Capital U.S. Other

account official U.S. U.S.

Period trans- Total reserve Govern- private

actions, assets ment assets

net (4) assets

1993 -88 -200,552 -1,379 -351 -198,822

1994 -469 -176,056 5,346 -390 -181,012

1995 372 -352,376 -9,742 -984 -341,650

1996 693 -413,923 6,668 -989 -419,602

1997 350 -487,599 -1,010 68 -486,657

1998 704 -359,760 -6,783 -422 -352,555

1999 -3,340 -477,569 8,747 2,750 -489,066

2000 837 -606,489 -290 -941 -605,258

2001 826 -370,962 -4,911 -486 -365,565

2002 (p) 708 -156,169 -3,681 379 -152,867

2000: I 210 -228,888 -554 -127 -228,207

II 206 -110,470 2,020 -570 -111,920

III 207 -93,029 -346 114 -92,797

IV 214 -174,104 -1,410 -358 -172,336

2001: I 208 -215,815 190 77 -216,082

II 207 -80,036 -1,343 -783 -77,910

III 206 24,978 -3,559 77 28,460

IV 205 -100,088 -199 143 -100,032

2002: I 208 -26,184 390 133 -26,707

II 200 -131,345 -1,843 42 -129,544

III 156 40,271 -1,416 -27 41,714

IV (p) 144 -38,915 -812 231 -38,334

Financial account

Foreign-owned assets in the

U.S., net [increase/

financial inflow (+)]

Foreign Other

Period Total official foreign

assets assets

1993 282,040 71,753 210,287

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 742,479 43,666 698,813

2000 1,015,986 37,640 978,346

2001 752,806 5,224 747,582

2002 (p) 630,364 96,630 533,734

2000: I 240,723 22,711 218,012

II 245,787 6,563 239,224

III 244,933 12,904 232,029

IV 284,544 -4,538 289,082

2001: I 302,510 4,087 298,423

II 181,610 -20,831 202,441

III 17,889 16,882 1,007

IV 250,797 5,086 245,711

2002: I 113,600 7,641 105,959

II 204,411 47,252 157,159

III 129,320 9,534 119,786

IV (p) 183,030 32,203 150,827

Statistical discrepancy

U.S. official

Total (sum Of which: reserve assets,

Period of the items Seasonal net (4)

with sign adjustment (unadjusted,

reversed) discrepancy end of period)

1993 1,123 … 73,442

1994 -11,220 … 74,335

1995 19,265 … 85,832

1996 -20,045 … 75,089

1997 -91,188 … 69,954

1998 139,314 … 81,761

1999 31,286 … 71,516

2000 7 … 67,647

2001 10,701 … 68,654

2002 (p) 28,524 … 79,006

2000: I 82,053 7,951 70,789

II -37,436 -838 67,955

III -44,934 -10,675 66,256

IV 328 3,566 67,647

2001: I 20,819 7,691 64,222

II -2,547 875 64,847

III 48,258 -10,286 70,963

IV -55,828 1,721 68,654

2002: I 24,918 10,269 67,574

II 54,431 1,504 74,696

III -43,410 -13,991 75,860

IV (p) -7,405 2,228 79,006

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

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

Monetary Fund (IMF).

Sources: Department of Commerce (Bureau of Economic Analysis) and

Department of the Treasury.

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