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A46 Domestic Nonfinancial Statistics • January 1977
2.10 SELECTED MEASURES OF NONFINANCIAL BUSINESS ACTIVITY
1967 = 100 except as noted; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted Measure 1 Industrial production, total Market groupings
 
2
 Products total
3 Final, total 4 Consumer goods 5 Equipment 6 Intermediate 7 Materials Industry groupings: 8 Manufacturing Capicity utilization per cent)
1
 in— 9 Manufacturing 10 Industrial materials industries 11 Construction contracts
2
Nonagricultural employment:
3
12 Total 13 Goods-producing, total 14 Manufacturing, total 15 Manufacturing, production-worker 16 Service-producing Personal income:
4
17 Total Wages and salary disbursements: 18 Total 19 Manufacturing 20 Disposable personal income
4
21 Retail sales 5 Prices:
6
22 Consumer 23 Wholesale 1973 1974 1975 May 129.8 129.3 117.8 129.6
127.1
124.4 131.5 114.5 137.2 133.9
129.3
125.1 128.9 120.0 135.3 132.4
119.3
118.2 124.0 110.2 123.1 115.5
128.9
127.3 137.4 113.5 135.0 130.6 129.8 129.4 116.3 129.6 87.5 92.4 84.2 87.7 73.6 73.6 80.3 80.8 179.5 169.7 166.0 205.0 116.8 106.3 103.2 103.1 122.5 119.1 106.2 103.1 102.1 126.1 116.9 96.9 94.3 91.3 127.8 119.8 99.4 97.5 95.4 131.0 168.0 184.1 199.4 217.5 164.0 146.3 178.9 157.6 188.7 157.9 206.6 175.8 165.6 180.5 198.5 217.2 160.2 171.2 186.1 202.0 133.1 134.7 147.7 160.1 161.2 174.1 169.2 181.8 1976 June 130.1
129.5
127.6 137.8 113.8 135.9 131.1 130.2 80.5 80.8 187.0 119.9 99.2 97.4 95.2 131.1 218.7 206.6 176.1 206.3 170.1 183.1 July 130.7
129.8
127.6 136.8 114.9 137.6 132.2 131.0 80.9
81 2
186 0
120 2
99.3 97.4 95.2 131.7 220.4 208.8 177.5 205.4 171.1 184.3 Aug. 131.3
130.3
128.3 137.5 115.7 137.8 133.0 131.6
81 1
81 6 186 0
120.4 99.2 97.6 95.2 132.1
221 1
209.9 178.1 217.0 208.8 171.9 183.7 Sept. 130.8
129.7
127.4 136.2 115.2 138.7 132.5 130.7 80.4
81 0 182 0
120.8
99.9 98.2 96.1 132.2
222 1
211.3 178.9 206.7 172.6 184.7 Oct. 130.4
129.7
127.3 136.9 114.4 138.4 131.6 130.0 79.7 80.4 237.0 120.7 99.4 97.4 94.9 132.4 223.9 213.2 179.1 208.8 173.3 185.2 Nov.f Dec.
e
131.9
131.6
129.5 138.7 116.7 139.3 132.3 131.8 80.7
81 0
186 0
121 0
132.8
133.1
131.2 141.1 117.7 140.4 132.3 132.6 121.4 98.0 95.6 98.2 95.8 226.3 215.6 182.5 212.7 173.8 185.6 219.2 187.1
1
 Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Based on data from Federal Reserve, McGraw-Hill Economics Department and De-partment of Commerce.
2
 Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGraw-Hill Informations Systems Company, F. W. Dodge Division.
3
 Based on data in
 Employment and Earnings
 U.S. Dept. of Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the Armed Forces.
4
 Based on data in
 Survey of Current Business
 U.S. Dept. of Com-merce). Series for disposable income is quarterly. 5 Based on Bureau of Census data published in
 Surrey of Current Business
 U.S. Dept. of Commerce).
6
 Data without seasonal adjustment, as published in
 Monthly Labor Review
 U.S. Dept. of Labor). Seasonally adjusted data for changes in the price indexes may be obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor. NOTE.—Basic data not index numbers) for series mentioned in notes 3, 4, and 5, and indexes for series mentioned in notes 2 and 6 may also be
found in the
 Survey of Current Business
 U.S. Dept. of Commerce).
January 1977
 
A46 Domestic Nonfinancial Statistics February 1977
2.10 SELECTED MEASURES OF NONFINANCIAL BUSINESS ACTIVITY
1967 = 100 except as noted; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted Measure 1974 1975 1976
p
1976 July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.? 1977 Jan.
e
1 Industrial production Market groupings:
Products total
Final, total Consumer goods. Equipment Intermediate Materials Industry groupings: Manufacturing... Capacity utilization (per cent)
1
 in: 9 Manufacturing 10 Industrial materials industries 11 Construction contracts
2
. Nonagricultural employment:
3
12 Total 13 Goods-producing, total 14 Manufacturing, total 15 Manufacturing, production-worker. 16 Service-producing Personal income:
4
17 Total Wages and salary disbursements: 18 Total 19 Manufacturing 20 Disposable personal income
4
. 21 Retail sales 5 Prices:
6
22 Consumer. 23 Wholesale.
129.3
129.3
125.1 128.9 120.0 135.3 132.4 129.4 84.2 87.7 173.9 119.1 106.2 103.1
102 1 126 1
184.1 178.9 157.6 180.5 171.2 147.7
160.1
117.8
119.3
118 2
124.0
110.2
123.1 115.5 116.3 73.6 73.6 162.3 116.9 96.9 94.3 91.3 127.8 199.4 188.7 157.9 198.5
186.1 161.2
174.1
129.8
129.3
127.3 136.8 114.3 136.9 130.5 129.4
80 1
80.3 190.2 120.6 100.3 97.5 95.2 131.7
218 1
206.5 170.5 182.9
130.1
129.5
127.6 137.8 113.8 135.9 131.1 130.2 80.5
80.8
187.0
r
120.5
r
100.4 97.4 95.2 131.5 218.7 206.6 176.1 206.3 170.1 183.1
130.7
129.8
127.6 136.8 114.9 137.6 132.2 131.0 80.9
81.2
186 0
120.7 100.3 97.4 95.2 131.9 220.4 208.8 177.5 205.4 171.1 184.3 131.3
130.3
128.3 137.5 115.7 137.8 133.0 131.6
81 1 81 6 186 0
120.9
100 2
97.6 95.2 132.2
221 1
209.9 178.1 217.0 208.8 171.9 183.7
130.8
129.7
127.4 136.2 115.2 138.7 132.5 130.7 80.4 81.0
182 0
121.4
100 8
98.2 96.1 132.6
222 1
211.3 178.9
130.4
129.6
127.4 136.9 114.4 138.3 131.6 129.9 79.7 80.3 237.0
r
121 2
100 2
97.4 94.9 132.7 224.9 213.2 179.1 206.7 172.6 184.7 206.7 173.3 185.2
131.7
131.6
129.7 139.1
116 8
139.1 131.5 131.5
80 6 80 1
186.0
121 6
100.9 98.0 95.6 132.9 226.8 215.6 182.4
218 2
208.8 173.8 185.6 132.8
133.6
131.7 141.6
118 0
140.2 131.8 132.5 80.9 80.0 183.0
122 0
101 1
98.2 95.8 133.4 229.9 217.6 184.0 212.3 174.3 187.1
131.5
132.5
130.4 139.5 117.9 140.1 130.2 130.9 79.8 79.0 122.3 101.2 98.7 96.5 133.8 220.6
188 0
1
 Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Based on data from Federal Reserve, McGraw-Hill Economics Department, and De-partment of Commerce.
2
 Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGraw-Hill Informations Systems Company, F. W. Dodge Division.
3
 Based on data in
 Employment and Earnings
 (U.S. Dept. of Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the Armed Forces.
4
 Based on data in
 Survey of Current Business
 (U.S. Dept. of Com-merce). Series for disposable income is quarterly. 5 Based on Bureau of Census data published in
 Survey of Current Business
 (U.S. Dept. of Commerce).
6
 Data without seasonal adjustment, as published in
 Monthly Labor Review
 (U.S. Dept. of Labor). Seasonally adjusted data for changes in the price indexes may be obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Labor.
7
 Bureau of Labor Statistics revised these figures back to July 1975. NOTE.—Basic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in notes 3, 4, and 5, and indexes for series mentioned in notes 2 and 6 may also be found in the
 Survey of Current Business
 (U.S. Dept. of Commerce).
February 1977
 
A46 Domestic Nonfinancial Statistics March 1977
2.10 SELECTED MEASURES OF NONFINANCIAL BUSINESS ACTIVITY
1967 = 100 except as noted; monthly and quarterly data are seasonally adjusted Measure197419757197619761977JulyAug.Sept.Oct. Nov.'Dec.Jan.*5Feb.e1Industrial production..................................................129.3117.8129.8130.7131.3130.8130.4131.8133.0131.9133.2Market groupings:2
 Products, tota
....................................................
 129.3 119.3 129.3 129.8 130.3 129.7 129. 131.7  133.8 133.0 134.1
3 Final, total...................................................... 125.1 118.2 127.3 127.6 128.3 127.4 127.4 129.8 132.3 130.9 131.94 Consumer goods......................................... 128.9 124.0 136.8 136.8 137.5 136.2 136.9 139.1 142.1 140.2 140.95 Equipment.................................................. 120.0 110.2 114.3 114.9 115.7 115.2 114.4 116.9 118.8 117.9 119.56 Intermediate.................................................... 135.3 123.1 136.9 137.6 137.8 138.7 138.3 138.8 139.7 140.6 142.07 Materials............................................................. 132.4 115.5 130.5 132.2 133.0 132.5 131.6 131.9 132.1 130.2 131.7Industry groupings:8 Manufacturing.................................................... 129.4 116.3 129.4 131.0 131.6 130.7 129.9 131.9 132.7 131.3 132.7Capacity utilization (per cent)1in:9 Manufacturing........................................................ 84.2 73.6 80.1 80.9 81.1 80.4 79.7 80.8 '81.1 '80.0 '80.710 Industrial materials industries............................... 87.7 73.6 80.3 81.2 81.6 81.0 80.3 80.3 '80.2 '78.9 '79.611 Construction contracts2............................................ 173.9 162.3 190.2 186.0 186.0 182.0 237.0 186.0 183.0 203.012 Nonagricultural employment, total3
..........................
119.1116.9120.6120.7120.9121.4121.2121.6122.0122.3122.713Goods-producing, total..........................................106.296.9100.3100.3100.2100.8100.2100.9101.0101.3101.714Manufacturing, total
.......................................... 103.1 94.3 97.5 97.4 97.6 98.2
 91A
 98.0 98.2 98.8 98.815 Manufacturing, production-worker..................
102.191.395.295.295.296.194.995.695.796.596.616Service-producing...................................................126.1127.8131.7131.9132.2132.6132.7132.9133.5133.8134.217
Personal income,
total 4
.............................................. '184.1 *199.4 '219.1 '220.4 '221.1 '222.1 '224.9 '226.8 '229.7 '230.318 Wages and salary disbursements........................... r178.9 r188.7 r208.3 '206.6 '208.8 '209.9 '211.3 '213.2 '217.6 '218.719 Manufacturing........................................................ '157.6 *■157.9 *•176.7 '177.5 '178.1 '178.9 '179.1 '182.4 '184.1 '185.320 Disposable personal income...................................... 180.5 198.5 '218.2 217.0 '218.121 Retail sales5............................................................... 171.2 186.1 206.5 205.4 208.8 206.7 206.7 212.3 221.2 216.2 220.0Prices:622 Consumer............................................................... 147.7 161.2 170.5 171.1 171.9 172.6 173.3 173.8 174.3 175.323 Wholesale
.................
.
............................................160.1174.1182.9184.3183.7184.7185.2185.6187.1188.0190.01Ratios of indexes of production to indexes of capacity. Based on data from Federal Reserve, McGraw-Hill Economics Department, and De partment of Commerce.2 Index of dollar value of total construction contracts, including residential, nonresidential, and heavy engineering, from McGraw-Hill Informations Systems Company, F. W. Dodge Division.3Based on data in
 Employment and Earnings
 (U.S. Dept, of Labor). Series covers employees only, excluding personnel in the Armed Forces.4 Based on data in
Survey of Current Business
 (U.S. Dept, of Commerce). Series for disposable income is quarterly.5Based on Bureau of Census data published in
Survey of Current
 
 Business
 (U.S. Dept, of Commerce).6 Data without seasonal adjustment, as published in
 Monthly Labor
 
 Review
 (U.S. Dept, of Labor). Seasonally adjusted data for changes in the price indexes may be obtained from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Dept, of Labor.7Bureau of Labor Statistics revised these figures back to July 1975.
 N
o t e
.—B
asic data (not index numbers) for series mentioned in notes3, 4, and 5, and indexes for series mentioned in notes 2 and 6 may also be found in the
Survey of Current Business
 (U.S. Dept, of Commerce).
 
March 1977

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