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Macroeconomy: United States

HIGHLIGHTS
MARKET ENVIRONMENT
Historical Gross Domestic Product Trends
Key Economic Indicators
Civilian Labor Force
Interest Rate Trends
Goods and Services Trade
NAFTA
SECTOR SEGMENTATION AND FORECASTS
Personal Consumption Expenditures
Investment
Government
Net Exports
REGION SEGMENTATION AND FORECASTS
South
West
Northeast
Midwest
RETAIL SALES SEGMENTATION AND FORECASTS
Nondurable Goods
Durable Goods
ABOUT THIS REPORT
Scope and Method
Sources
Resources
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
Figure 1 | Key US Macroeconomic Trends, 2017 - 2022
Figure 2 | US Nominal & Real GDP Trends, 2007 - 2017
Table 1 | Key Indicators for the US Macroeconomy, 2007 - 2022
Figure 3 | US Civilian Labor Force by Status, 2007 - 2022 (mil persons)
Table 2 | US Civilian Labor Force by Status, 2007 - 2022 (mil persons)
Figure 4 | US Civilian Labor Force by Status, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Figure 5 | US Interest Rate Trends, 2007 - 2017 (%)
Table 3 | US Interest Rate Trends, 2007 - 2017 (%)
Figure 6 | US Goods & Services Trade, 2007 - 2017 (US$ bil)
Table 4 | US Goods & Services Trade, 2007 - 2017 (US$ bil)
Figure 7 | NAFTA Real GDP by Country, 2006 - 2021 (2015US$ bil)
Table 5 | NAFTA Real GDP by Country, 2006 - 2021 (2015US$ bil)
Table 7 | US Real GDP by Sector, 2007 - 2022 (2009US$ bil)
Figure 10 | US Nominal & Real Disposable Personal Income, 2007 - 2022
Table 8 | US Nominal & Real Disposable Personal Income, 2007 - 2022
Figure 11 | US Personal Savings Rate, 2007 - 2017 (%)
Figure 12 | US Nominal Broad Dollar Index, 2007 - 2017 (2012=100)
Figure 13 | US Nominal GDP by Sector Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Table 9 | US Nominal GDP by Sector Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Figure 14 | US Nominal GDP by Region, 2007 - 2022 (US$ bil)
Table 10 | US Nominal GDP by Region, 2007 - 2022 (US$ bil)
Figure 15 | US Nominal GDP by Region Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Table 11 | US Nominal GDP by Region Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Figure 16 | US Nominal Retail Sales by Business Type, 2007 - 2022 (US$ bil)
Table 12 | US Nominal Retail Sales by Business Type, 2007 - 2022 (US$ bil)
Figure 17 | US Real Retail Sales by Business Type, 2007 - 2022 (2009US$ bil)
Table 13 | US Real Retail Sales by Business Type, 2007 - 2022 (2009US$ bil)
Figure 18 | US Nominal Retail Sales by Business Type Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)
Table 14 | US Nominal Retail Sales by Business Type Share, 2007 - 2022 (%)

Macroeconomy: United States

This report forecasts to 2022 US gross domestic product and retail sales in nominal and inflation-adjusted (real) US dollars, and the size of the labor force. Nominal and real GDP are segmented by sector in terms of: services personal consumption expenditures (PCE), nondurable goods PCE, durable goods PCE, nonresidential fixed investment, residential fixed investment, state and local government spending, federal government spending, change in private inventories, and net exports. Nominal and real GDP are also segmented by US region in terms of: South Atlantic (South), West South Central (South), East South Central (South), Pacific (West), Mountain (West), Middle Atlantic (Northeast), New England (Northeast), East North Central (Midwest), and West North Central (Midwest). Nominal retail sales of nondurable and durable goods are segmented by business type as follows: food and beverage stores, general merchandisers, eating and drinking places, gasoline service stations, healthcare and drug stores, apparel and accessory stores, other nondurable good retailers, automotive dealers, general hardware outlets, electronic and appliance stores, furniture and furnishing outlets, and other durable good retailers.

To illustrate historical trends, GDP, retail sales, disposable personal income, interest rates, labor force size, and the various segments are provided in annual series from 2007 to 2017.


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