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US Economy

At a GlanceYield CurveGDPHousingConsumer

Production

Real GDP

3.3%

Consumption2.8%
Investments2.1%
Government3.3%
Exports6.3%
Imports1.9%

Real GDP Growth

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the final value of goods and services produced in the US. The Real GDP Growth Rate measures the change in US GDP as adjusted for inflation.
Quarterly
Annually

Industrial Production

Industrial Production Index (IPI) measures the real output of the industrial sector, which comprises manufacturing, mining and utilities industries.
% Change From Previous Period

Inflation

Current Inflation Measures
CPI3.11%
PCE5.00%
10-Year Treasury4.26%

Historical Consumer Price Inflation

Consumer Price Index measures the prices paid by US consumers for a basket of goods and services. Chart shows change in headline CPI, % YoY.
CPI

Recent CPI vs PCE

Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Index are used as measures of inflation. PCE has a broader scope than CPI. Chart compares change in headline PCE and CPI, %YoY.
CPI
PCE

Labour Force

Unemployment Rate

The Official Unemployment Rate indicates the percentage of the labor force who are unemployed and are actively searching for jobs. U6 Unemployment Rate includes discouraged workers and part-timers.
Official Unemployment Rate
U6 Employment Rate

Change in Non-Farm Payroll

The total number of workers, excluding farm workers, who were added to the economy in that month.
Monthly No. Of People Employed

Labor Force Participation Rate

The percentage of the labor force that is currently employed or actively seeking work.
Labor Participation Rate

Consumer Strength

How important is Consumption?

Contribution of consumer spending or personal consumption expenditures to the GDP.
% Share of GDP

Growth of Retail Sales

Retail Sales computes the total sales of clothing, grocery, gas, motor vehicles, health care, etc in the US. Chart displays change in Retail Sales for that month, % YoY.
Retail Sales Growth (YoY %)

Savings Trend

Savings Rate