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Nominal Gross Domestic Product
Real Gross Domestic Product, Chained 2005 Dollars
GDP, Millions of $
Real GDP Per Capita
Real Personal Consumption Expenditures, Chained 2005 Dollars
Real Investment Expenditures, Chained 2005 Dollars
Real Government Expenditures, Chained 2005 Dollars
U.S. Imports, millions of $
U.S. Exports, millions of $
U.S. Total Trade (exports + imports), millions of $
Real Net Exports, Chained 2005 Dollars
GDP Price Deflator, 2005 Base Year
Consumer Price Index, Index = 100
Civilian Employment-Population Ratio, %
U.S. Labor Data, millions
Civilian Unemployment Rate, %
Median Duration of Unemployment, Weeks
Disposable Income Consumption Expenditures
M1 and M2 (billions of $) Checking = 1210, Currency = 1034, Travelers = 4, Small Time = 730, Savings = 6211, MMF = 636
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