Table 6

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 1992 = 100
|
1999
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
IP
|
2000
|
2000
|Proportion<1>|
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June |
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
Metal mining
10
|
.32
|
95.5
94.1
92.7
93.4
92.4
90.8 |
91.4
93.9
92.5
92.9
92.1
92.9
Iron ore
101
|
.05
| 116.1
119.6
110.3
119.5
| 106.9
112.6
105.7
111.1
89.5
88.4
83.6

Nonferrous ores
102-4,8,9
89.7
88.7
88.4
86.7 |

88.8

90.6

Copper
102
80.2
83.2
85.4

82.8

85.4

|

|

.26
90.3

|
89.7

91.8
87.2

|

.07
83.7

|
84.7

83.8
83.8

|
|
101.9
114.3

Coal mining
12
109.3
112.0

110.1

114.4 |

104.9

|
107.3

90.9
90.8
78.7
78.4
107.8
108.0
117.6
116.7
129.9
135.1

Oil and gas extraction
96.0
95.9
96.7

13
97.0 |

| 106.3
110.7
107.3
|

|

3.74
96.3

|
96.2

95.7
96.5

|

2.97
91.4

|
91.0

90.9
90.6

|

1.53
79.2

|
78.9

78.7
78.2

108.7

|
109.1

1.45
108.2

| 107.8
107.7
107.6

Natural gas liquids
132
116.4
116.0
117.8
117.3 |

116.0

|
118.5

.21
118.7

| 119.4
117.6
116.1

Oil and gas well drilling
138
130.6
129.0
135.0
134.0 |

124.3

|
127.1

.55
127.7

| 125.5
129.3
134.9

95.7

96.7

Crude oil and natural gas
131
90.7
90.8
90.7
91.3 |

91.3

91.9

Crude oil, total
78.7
78.4
78.4

79.1 |

78.8

79.5

Natural gas
107.3
108.0

108.2 |

107.8

|

|
127.5
143.7

.77
112.9

|

|
96.2
96.7

|

Stone and earth minerals
133.0
128.8
124.5

14
126.8 |

106.6

|
91.3

|
.63
107.7

| 120.8
127.7
138.3

|
|
110.7
113.9
122.8
125.7
118.2
123.8
109.9
107.3
139.0
142.7
69.0
66.7
113.7
120.0
123.5
102.7
125.5
131.8
126.2
129.3
106.5
131.9
105.1
106.2
|
95.8
97.6
102.7
98.0
104.0
112.2
111.7
106.5
108.9
102.5
120.4
128.9

|

Foods
20
111.1
111.6

111.1

111.3 |

105.4

|
104.8

8.75
106.3

| 109.8
108.2
108.8

Meat products
123.5
119.7

201
121.9

123.5 |

121.9

|
123.5

1.17
123.4

| 120.9
119.8
121.2

Beef
118.7
116.0

114.4

117.4 |

116.2

|
116.9

.36
115.4

| 116.6
112.9
115.5

Pork
111.5
103.8

112.3

111.9 |

112.0

|
111.9

.32
114.0

| 109.6
103.8
103.2

Poultry
139.0
136.9

137.9

140.0 |

135.3

|
139.1

.48
138.2

| 135.1
138.5
141.2

Miscellaneous meats
69.8
79.8
67.6

68.4 |

69.9

71.9

|

.01
78.0

|
81.6

Dairy products
113.0
112.5

202
110.6

110.7 |

109.7

|
115.3

.85
118.6

| 112.8
122.0
120.1

Butter
2021
117.9
119.2
114.1

120.0 |

163.7

|
153.1

.02
132.4

| 129.5
138.7
120.3

Cheese
2022
127.3
126.1
131.7

126.8 |

125.4

|
126.0

.19
131.1

| 128.9
130.8
134.6

Concentrated milk
121.0
117.5
109.2

2023
115.6 |

124.2

|
132.9

.16
132.6

| 117.4
139.4
130.2

Frozen desserts
2024
107.1
110.4
104.8
103.7 |

82.9

|
101.0

.15
113.2

| 106.6
122.9
121.0

|
106.8

.33
108.3

| 104.8
109.1
108.5

Milk and misc. dairy products
2026
105.0
104.4
103.3
103.2 | 104.8

|
Canned and frozen food
203
95.2
97.7
98.7
100.3 |

87.9

|

|

1.14
86.9

86.4

72.0
63.8

|
89.9

96.5
91.2

Grain mill products
204
100.8
100.4
99.3
99.2 |

98.5

|
99.8

.83
99.2

| 100.2
98.1
97.5

Bakery products
205
106.0
106.2
107.6

106.6 |

95.6

|
95.0

1.02
97.4

| 101.7
100.6
104.2

Sugar and confectionery
206
112.6
116.9
112.6
116.6 |

117.0

|
109.4

.61
106.5

| 114.7
104.2
99.8

Fats and oils
104.5
104.0

207
107.7

107.4 |

104.9

|
111.1

.16
107.6

| 104.7
102.8
103.3

Beverages
208
121.1
123.2
121.2

120.3 |

112.0

|
110.1

1.85
116.2

| 120.1
121.6
122.2

106.4
132.8
138.3
113.4
116.8
93.5

Beer and ale
106.7

|

107.0

|
101.8

.57
111.5

2086,7
132.1
131.3 |

119.8

|
118.0

1.06
120.9

| 130.4
125.7
127.3

Coffee and miscellaneous
209
116.2
115.5
114.6
113.1 |

107.3

|
104.1

1.12
103.8

| 112.0
107.9
109.9

|

.13
86.0

|
87.0

Soft drinks
134.0
133.8

2082,3

Roasted coffee
2095
101.7
94.7
89.7

|

94.0

106.6

|
|
94.5
96.0

Tobacco products
91.4
92.7

21
92.4

|
90.9 |

97.2

100.4

110.8
115.1
97.8
96.0
99.4
114.0
108.8
127.2
138.5
125.7
133.3
80.0
117.3
124.8
115.6
118.1
102.0

Textile mill products
22
111.6
111.3
108.8
108.6 |

|
121.2

85.9
87.4

1.69
98.3

|
89.4

96.7
87.7

|

104.3

|
108.8

1.44
109.9

|
91.4

97.2

.31
100.0

|
96.8

92.2

98.6

|

.26
101.6

|

Narrow fabrics
224
112.6
111.2
111.2
107.8 |

111.7

|
111.9

.04
112.6

| 113.9
110.9
112.0

Knit goods
225
126.8
125.7
125.1

123.5 |

106.4

|
120.5

.44
120.2

| 125.9
128.3
128.4

Knit garments
2253,4,7-9
124.5
124.1
124.0
121.8 |

105.4

|
118.2

.31
115.0

| 125.4
118.7
124.2

Fabric finishing
79.3

76.6

82.3

|

.11
79.0

115.7 |

131.7

|
114.4

.22
119.5

| 136.5
145.1
109.8

Yarns and miscellaneous
228,9
116.2
118.1
115.2
115.6 |

112.4

|
116.2

.36
117.2

| 113.3
118.6
117.7

Cotton and synthetic yarns
2281,2,4
|
102.8
102.8
99.7
|
99.2
104.8

.14
105.3

|
98.9
103.9
104.3

Fabrics
221-4
99.4
93.1
94.6

94.2 |

Cotton and synthetic
101.4

Carpeting
227
121.0
130.1
114.6

221,2
|

226

|

|

|
89.7
89.4

109.8

|

|

|

|

Apparel products
89.5
90.1

23
88.8

86.9 |

85.5

88.0

|

116.5 |

116.4

|
119.4

|

93.7
98.3
94.9

80.2

|
1.58
88.4

|
Lumber and products
24
120.5
120.8
119.6

| 111.5
115.6
111.1

|
89.0

89.0
88.6

|
2.19
119.9

| 122.1
121.8
118.7

121.8
114.8
114.8
94.3
93.4
126.2
127.2
127.1
128.4
97.7
94.5
129.6

Logging and lumber
241,2
114.6
115.3
114.9
107.6 |

109.1

|
114.9

.83
114.6

| 115.8
113.5
111.1

Logging
241
91.0
92.8
92.4

|
89.3

89.9

.27
84.1

|
83.3

Lumber products
243-5,9
125.1
125.3
123.5
123.3 |

122.1

|
123.2

1.36
124.2

| 127.2
128.2
124.6

Millwork and plywood
243
125.5
126.3
125.1
124.8 |

121.7

|
121.0

.73
122.4

| 126.7
126.2
126.4

95.3

97.9

118.9

|
127.2

102.0

Plywood
99.4

2435,6
96.0

Manufactured homes
129.3
123.4

89.1 |

90.9 |
245
|

|

.13
|
102.6
100.7
.24
132.4

95.6
88.3

99.3
99.1

| 135.4
131.5

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.
Note: Estimates for April to June are revised.

Table 6 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 1992 = 100
|
1999
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
IP
|
2000
|
2000
|Proportion<1>|
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June |
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
Furniture and fixtures
25
|
1.42
| 126.9
126.8
126.3
126.4
128.1
128.1 | 120.2
125.1
122.3
125.2
124.7
130.7
Household furniture
251
|
.64
| 123.7
124.3
123.1
123.3
126.0
127.4 | 116.3
124.9
121.2
124.2
123.3
130.6
|
|
|
Paper and products
26
|
3.30
| 117.1
116.5
117.3
117.8
116.0
116.4 | 117.7
119.1
118.2
118.4
113.8
117.6
Pulp and paper
261-3
|
1.31
| 115.6
114.2
116.0
117.4
114.2
114.7 | 116.3
117.4
116.2
116.7
112.1
115.5

101.3
99.4
114.1
116.2
117.8
117.9
118.2
119.1
119.3
117.7
117.3
|
105.7
106.0
101.6
97.4
104.2
104.6
109.1
111.6
|
122.4
124.3
|
123.5
120.0
101.4
102.0

Wood pulp
102.5
100.2

261
99.4

100.1 |

101.9

|
102.3

.08
100.0

| 101.5
100.9
97.8

Paper
262
114.6
116.2

113.5

115.9 |

114.0

|
117.4

.80
115.0

| 113.3
115.7
111.2

Paperboard
122.3
124.2

263
119.3

115.9 |

124.6

|
121.0

.43
122.7

| 123.9
122.6
117.7

Paper products
118.3
118.1

265,7
117.2

117.6 |

118.7

|
120.4

1.99
119.6

| 118.1
119.6
114.9

265
|

118.3

|
120.0

.75
123.6

| 121.1
123.9
114.8

Converted paper products
267
116.2
117.0
116.4
117.6 | 119.0

|
120.8

1.24
117.3

| 116.5
117.3
115.2

Paperboard containers
122.2
120.2
119.0

|

|

Printing and publishing
105.9
105.4
105.8

27
105.9 |

100.4

|
100.8

6.66
101.0

| 105.3
104.8
102.9

Newspapers
271
101.0
101.1
100.2

99.7 |

96.4

|
101.8

1.66
97.0

| 101.1
108.3
98.1

|
103.0

1.99
103.1

| 104.0
104.3
103.1

|
98.3

3.02
101.4

| 108.5
102.6
105.1

Periodicals, books, and cards
272,3,7
102.8
103.4
104.1
106.5 | 102.1
Job printing
110.8
109.0

274-6,8,9
110.0
109.0 |

101.1

|
Chemicals and products
28
121.2
120.2
120.3
120.5 |

117.1

|
118.9

Industrial chemicals and
synthetic materials
119.5
120.2
119.8

|
9.71
117.0

|
281,2,6
119.3 | 120.4

Basic chemicals
281
100.3
100.3
97.8
99.4 |

| 121.6
118.9
118.2
|

|
125.7

3.10
120.8

| 120.9
122.9
119.6

99.6

|
105.3

.71
100.6

| 102.2
102.8
97.3

122.4
117.0

126.7

Alkalies and chlorine
2812
128.9
125.2
118.1 | 126.7

|
124.5

.05
127.8

| 128.1
126.2
126.4

109.7

107.6

Inorganic pigments
100.7
117.5

|
111.5

.10
107.6

|
98.8
107.5
114.5

94.9
91.7

93.3

Inorganic chemicals, nec
94.0
86.8
88.8 |

|

.43
93.8

|
96.8

124.2

123.2

|
131.7

.34
119.5

| 126.6
125.4
121.6

Acids and other
123.8
124.5

2816
|

|

97.6
2819
94.5
118.8

100.3

|

|

97.3
86.5

|
129.3
121.2

Synthetic materials
120.9
122.2
122.7

282
120.3 |

115.5

|
131.8

1.07
123.2

| 117.3
126.1
122.5

2821
|

126.0

|
146.3

.68
131.5

| 129.0
137.0

2823,4
98.9 |

91.8

|
103.4

.28
104.0

|
92.7
103.0
100.8

Industrial organic chemicals
131.0
131.4
131.9
131.4 |

286
138.4

|
133.8

1.32
132.2

| 136.3
133.4
132.0

144.1

128.8

Plastics materials
132.2

100.3
100.7

104.0

Synthetic fibers
101.1
103.6

133.0
130.8

|

|
124.1
130.2
126.7
133.7
121.3
127.5
114.0
123.8
107.3
103.7
|
115.6
121.3
109.7
116.2
112.1
129.4

|

Chemical products
283-5,9
124.2
122.4
122.8
123.5 |

117.3

|
117.5

5.99
117.0

| 124.0
118.8
119.8

Drugs and medicines
128.1
125.9
126.0

283
126.4 |

119.5

|
119.5

3.43
117.4

| 128.0
120.0
123.0

Soap and toiletries
120.6
120.0
121.5

284
123.1 |

117.4

|
114.2

1.55
116.0

| 120.6
115.7
115.2

Paints
285
113.9
110.3
108.1

107.8 |

97.1

|
112.8

.41
117.8

| 113.1
121.4
119.0

Agricultural chemicals
107.6
106.3
104.9

287
105.1 |

109.2

|
108.1

.62
108.0

| 108.8
109.7
106.7

|
Petroleum products
29
118.7
117.1
118.2

|

104.7

|
106.3

1.56
110.6

| 113.2
115.9
120.7

Petroleum refining and misc.
291,9
113.4
111.7
113.5
111.7 | 101.9

|
102.7

1.34
107.5

| 107.8
111.7
116.2

Miscellaneous petroleum products
115.0
114.0
119.8
116.4 |
93.6

|
98.4

.29
107.0

| 110.6
116.9
128.1

105.1

|
112.8

.25
112.4

| 110.4
118.8
122.8

|
73.4

72.1

.04
73.0

|
70.3

116.1 |

120.3

Distillate fuel oil
117.2
119.4
120.5

68.5

Residual fuel oil
76.1
76.1
76.3

109.0

Aviation fuel and kerosene
115.6
116.5
116.2
|

117.5

|
106.7

.12
111.4

| 114.3
113.4
111.8

108.1

Automotive gasoline
114.0
109.6
110.5

104.0

|
102.7

.63
108.1

| 107.5
109.8
112.7

Paving and roofing materials
295
158.6
158.7
153.6
148.9 | 125.2

|
133.0

.22
133.3

| 155.3
147.4
154.7

161.3
160.0
|

|
|

|

|

|

68.6
74.2

141.2
143.4
133.2
140.0
132.6
135.9
144.5
145.9
|
66.2
65.9
56.4
55.4
|
131.7
136.1
109.4
112.3
83.0
84.1
131.3

Rubber and plastics products
30
140.5
141.6
140.4
141.4 |
Tires
129.7

301
146.0

139.8

|
141.3

3.81
140.9

| 142.2
142.0
140.6

133.8

136.7 |

139.7

|
143.9

.30
141.7

| 138.6
146.5
134.3

Other rubber products
131.0
129.9
132.8

302,5,6
133.2 |

123.7

|
131.2

.60
129.0

| 132.6
128.8
130.4

Plastics products, nec
144.3
144.2
143.3

308
144.2 |

143.8

|
143.6

2.91
143.9

| 145.2
144.9
144.0

|
Leather and products
31
64.6
63.7
64.5
Shoes
56.4

314
56.0

54.8

63.9 |

65.7

65.1

52.9 |

57.1

54.7

|

|

.19
64.6

|
64.4

68.1
65.2

|

.06
55.3

|
55.3

59.2
55.4

|
Stone, clay, and glass products
32
132.7
131.9
132.0
131.8 | 123.7

|

|
125.9

2.51
128.1

| 130.9
132.4
132.3

Pressed and blown glass
322
110.3
108.2
109.6
109.3 |

103.7

|
109.9

.31
110.7

| 107.6
111.2
109.4

Glass containers
83.8
79.9
81.0

|
79.7

87.0

.12
87.0

|
83.0

|
96.1

.21
118.4

| 137.8
126.1
139.3

Cement
137.4

324
124.1

127.0

3221
80.6 |
|

84.5

|
|
130.8
129.5

Structural clay products
325
130.6
125.9
123.0
122.3 |

118.2

|
129.4

82.8
82.6

|
.11
134.3

| 129.6
129.5
128.2

Concrete and miscellaneous
326-9
|
1.55
| 132.3
133.2
134.1
135.8
135.2
134.9 | 131.3
129.5
129.6
135.9
133.9
136.9
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.
Note: Estimates for April to June are revised.

Table 6 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 1992 = 100
|
1999
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
IP
|
2000

|

2000

|Proportion<1>|
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June |
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
Primary metals
33
|
3.22
| 132.8
130.9
133.6
133.8
132.9
133.0 | 131.3
134.2
137.3
137.3
133.8
134.1
Iron and steel
331,2
|
1.73
| 130.8
129.1
132.9
132.7
131.9
132.4 | 128.8
133.3
136.6
137.9
133.4
133.4
Basic steel and mill products
331
|
1.27
| 131.7
129.9
134.2
135.2
132.7
134.1 | 130.8
133.3
138.1
139.9
134.4
134.4
Basic iron and steel
|
.24
| 106.1
104.6
107.4
110.7
109.9
110.0 | 106.6
107.2
110.4
112.5
111.6
109.0
Pig iron
|
.14
| 102.8
102.5
106.2
110.4
109.1
108.9 | 103.9
105.1
108.9
111.3
111.1
107.5
Raw steel
|
.08
| 123.1
118.7
121.1
124.1
123.9
124.6 | 123.0
123.1
126.4
128.1
126.6
124.7
|
|
|
Steel mill products
|
1.03
| 139.2
137.4
142.0
142.4
139.5
141.2 | 138.0
141.0
146.2
147.9
141.0
141.9
Consumer durable steel
|
.17
| 147.4
144.3
149.3
141.8
140.8
146.3 | 147.5
154.6
160.0
148.1
146.6
145.7
Equipment steel
|
.09
| 113.5
115.9
119.5
115.8
118.3
125.7 | 115.0
118.7
123.2
121.7
119.9
124.7
Construction steel
|
.13
| 172.0
165.9
172.8
178.2
162.2
157.8 | 160.4
160.1
163.0
180.5
165.5
164.9
Can and closure steel
|
.04
|
97.3
96.4
100.5
94.2
109.7
99.9 |
90.9
93.7
104.2
94.9
109.1
101.3
Miscellaneous steel
|
.60
| 138.7
137.1
141.5
144.2
140.8
142.4 | 139.3
141.6
147.0
150.8
141.5
143.0
Iron and steel foundries
332
|
.45
| 129.3
127.5
130.1
126.3
130.5
128.5 | 123.7
134.3
133.1
133.1
131.3
131.2
|
|
|
Nonferrous metals
333-6,9
|
1.50
| 135.2
133.2
134.5
135.3
134.1
133.8 | 134.3
135.3
138.3
136.6
134.3
134.9
Primary nonferrous metals
333
|
.17
| 102.9
103.2
103.7
100.6
102.4
98.7 | 104.0
105.3
105.8
102.2
101.9
96.7

80.9
72.3

83.9

Copper
72.3

96.0
90.2

95.2

Aluminum
95.2

|
137.2
139.7

3331
80.0
3334
95.4

76.6 |

81.1

84.4

90.0 |

96.5

96.2

|

.03
83.7

|
72.9

79.7
74.6

|

.09
95.6

|
95.4

96.6
95.4

|
Nonferrous products
138.3
139.5
137.5

|

335,6
137.9 |

139.2

|
139.3

1.08
142.9

| 139.3
140.5
138.3

131.3
132.7

131.7

Nonferrous mill products
133.1
130.7
130.5 |

335
133.2

|
133.4

.78
137.4

| 133.7
134.3
131.8

125.5
132.0

124.2

Aluminum
3353-5
127.9
126.9
126.6 |

126.7

|
130.0

.30
136.3

| 128.0
131.7
127.9

157.5
162.8

161.0

Nonferrous foundries
336
161.5
160.9
163.2 | 159.2

|
159.1

.31
161.4

| 158.6
161.2
160.2

|
130.4
133.5
104.2
120.1
130.3
133.3
129.8
134.0
134.8
138.8
130.0
132.1
139.2
139.6

|
Fabricated metal products
130.6
131.0
131.4

34
131.3 |

126.7

|
128.5

5.44
129.2

| 130.8
129.2
130.5

Metal containers
341
103.1
102.4
102.4

102.1 |

94.1

|
88.0

.17
99.9

| 106.7
101.4
111.5

Hardware, tools, and cutlery
342
130.4
128.8
132.2
130.1 | 122.2

|
128.6

.57
127.2

| 130.6
125.6
129.5

Hardware and tools
130.0
128.0
132.0

|
128.2

.49
126.5

| 130.1
125.0
129.3

3423,5,9
130.2 | 120.6

Structural metal products
344
135.1
136.3
136.3
137.0 |

131.5

|
130.8

1.51
131.4

| 134.1
133.8
135.4

Other fabricated metal products
130.1
130.6
130.8
130.8 |

345-9
128.2

|
131.0

2.97
131.1

| 131.2
130.7
130.7

|
140.5

1.73
140.0

| 141.6
138.1
137.9

Fasteners, stampings, etc.
345-7
138.4
137.9
137.9
137.8 | 135.7

|
|
252.6
268.8
146.6
147.2
141.5
165.3
191.8

|

Industrial machinery
and equipment
256.7
260.5

|

|

|

|

35
263.3

266.1 |

241.4

|
249.6

10.31
256.5

| 247.7
258.9
263.0

Engines and turbines
144.3
144.1
144.9

351
147.8 |

154.8

|
148.0

.56
145.2

| 151.8
142.8
145.1

181.1 |

135.8

|
157.9

.45
211.9

| 132.7
221.8
218.3

Construction and allied
353
192.7
191.3
193.3
187.7 |

181.7

|
200.1

1.04
201.8

| 180.8
194.4
194.6

Farm
164.3

352
177.3

173.2

201.0
Metalworking
125.7
125.7

126.0
125.9
147.0
150.9
123.8
124.5
111.6
112.2

1342.2
1481.2
162.2
179.3
172.9
197.4
164.2
173.6
|
455.6
554.9
125.8
135.7
121.9
125.1
130.9
134.0
151.6
145.0
140.0
151.7
155.0
159.3
111.6
113.6
90.3
85.3

127.4

|
127.0

1.04
126.8

| 126.3
125.4
125.1

Special industry machinery
355
146.9
149.4
148.8
151.3 | 147.7

|
147.8

.91
148.1

| 147.3
148.7
148.4

General industrial machinery
356
121.9
121.6
122.6
122.0 | 117.6

|
122.7

1.14
120.3

| 123.3
119.6
120.2

Bearings and gears
112.8
112.4
112.1

|
113.0

.32
113.4

| 113.6
112.3
111.5

|
126.9

.82
123.3

| 127.7
122.7
123.9

Computer and office equip.
357
1389.6 1428.4 1466.3 1502.5 | 1237.9

|
1250.7

2.86
1280.0

| 1284.5
1330.7 1401.5

Service industry machines
358
163.1
163.9
163.4
166.3 |

157.0

|
174.1

.96
181.8

| 164.4
178.7
173.7

Refrig. and heating equip.
3585
174.9
175.6
175.5
179.7 | 164.2

|
189.8

.71
201.6

| 174.8
196.3
189.3

Miscellaneous machinery
359
164.4
166.1
169.3
168.4 |

|
155.7

1.35
159.0

| 164.1
162.3
165.1

Equipment
126.0
125.8

129.2
129.8

354
125.1

125.6 |

3562,6,8
112.1 | 114.8

3561,3-5,7,9
127.3
126.5 |

118.8

152.4

|
Electrical machinery
36
475.2
494.8
514.3

|

426.5

|
453.3

8.91
501.8

| 443.5
477.8
498.5

Major electrical and parts
361,2
128.2
128.7
132.7
133.2 | 118.8

|
122.8

1.00
125.9

| 126.0
127.2
131.4

Electric distribution equip.
126.8
125.7
125.2
123.7 |

361
113.8

|
117.1

.34
123.5

| 123.9
119.6
121.6

Household appliances
132.0
131.2
130.4

363
131.4 |

134.1

|
141.3

.44
141.4

| 137.5
132.0
129.9

Cooking equipment
141.8
129.4
137.2

3631
149.0 |

154.0

|
155.0

.06
146.6

| 162.1
127.7
141.4

Refrigerators and freezers
3632
147.8
144.4
149.9
138.8 | 140.2

|
157.6

.10
158.6

| 148.9
154.8
161.8

Laundry
3633
152.8
153.7
146.8

528.9 |

154.6 |

153.8

|
172.4

.08
170.7

| 157.7
160.1
141.6

Miscellaneous
3634,5,9
114.0
116.9
113.2
113.9 |

117.6

|
118.8

.20
121.4

| 117.4
112.8
108.3

|

.04
82.6

|
84.8

|

.10

87.1

Electrical housewares
3634
88.6
86.3
83.1 |
88.6
Appliances, nec

3639

86.0

|

93.6
84.1
105.3

98.4
105.7

105.0

83.4
69.1
290.4
322.2
1517.9
2076.3

104.5 |

102.9

108.9

116.8

1597.6
2194.6

119.6
126.2
153.4
168.6
99.0
107.1
200.2
220.7

99.4

|

|
71.9

88.7

.12
75.3

|
83.6

Communication equipment
366
296.7
304.5
313.9
317.4 |

288.0

|
287.7

2.46
294.1

| 290.3
303.6
307.8

|
1476.0

3.54
1808.7

| 1419.5
1604.0 1741.5

Electronic components
1631.0 1744.8 1850.8

367
1945.9 | 1324.4

|

78.4
69.7

|

electronic components
3672-9
1719.1 1844.9 1954.8 2054.8 | 1391.2

|
1553.4

3.48
1909.8

| 1490.6
1694.2 1836.1

Misc. electrical supplies
369
138.7
138.6
141.0
141.8 |

135.4

|
135.5

.68
137.1

| 139.4
137.3
137.9

Storage batteries
151.0
146.0
152.5

121.1

|
126.0

.12
142.0

| 148.1
131.8
137.3

3691

|

|
|

106.5

Audio and video equipment
365
73.5
86.5
72.3
73.1 |

Semiconductors and related

|

144.8

100.3

|

|

138.3
143.4

108.0

Transportation equipment
120.9
120.7
121.7

|

37
121.3 |

121.1

|
126.0

9.27
130.4

| 121.7
124.2
124.6

Motor vehicles and parts
371
155.6
156.2
159.5
158.0 |

155.5

|
166.3

5.43
174.5

| 156.6
162.7
165.5

Autos
97.1
101.2

97.8

|
100.0

99.5 |

Trucks and truck trailers
203.6
205.9
203.5
206.8 |
Trucks and buses
207.0
204.5

106.9

1.16
|
109.1
103.6

99.3
105.3

202.0

|
223.6

1.98
231.1

| 205.8
212.8
214.4

208.1 |

202.6

|
224.9

1.87
232.8

| 205.5
214.3
215.9

200.5
223.0

204.2

198.3
223.7

202.3

Consumer trucks
206.2
203.8
210.5 |

203.6

|
223.9

1.17
233.0

| 206.3
212.5
216.8

203.5
220.7

206.8

Business trucks
207.6
205.0
203.6 |

200.0

|
225.4

.71
231.4

| 203.5
216.4
213.5

167.6
186.1
120.5
112.6

Motor vehicle parts
172.0
168.7
180.9

3714
174.7 |

171.7

|
177.5

2.21
190.7

| 170.1
177.8
184.4

Motor homes
134.5
127.8

115.8 |

152.2

|
129.8

.08
153.6

| 161.5
153.3
108.5

3716
109.2

|

|
87.5
86.4

transportation equipment
372-6,9
88.0
87.0
86.1
86.6 |
88.4

87.9

|

|
3.84
89.0

|
87.8

88.6
86.0

86.1
84.5
96.7
93.4

Aircraft and parts
87.5
85.9
84.8

372
84.6 |

88.0

86.5

Ships and boats
373
94.1
93.5
91.9
93.9 |

94.3

96.8

|

2.64
88.3

|
86.0

88.2
84.4

|

.37
95.5

|
94.8

94.1
93.0

Railroad and miscellaneous
374-6,9
|
.82
|
85.8
86.4
85.4
86.2
86.0
87.9 |
85.6
86.7
87.0
88.4
86.3
87.6
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.
Note: Estimates for April to June are revised.

Table 6 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 1992 = 100
|
1999
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
IP
|
2000
|
2000
|Proportion<1>|
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June |
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
June
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
Instruments
38
|
4.91
| 118.4
117.3
117.4
117.3
117.4
117.3 | 115.4
115.4
115.4
115.6
115.2
118.5
Scientific and medical
381-4
|
4.16
| 119.3
118.0
118.0
118.0
118.4
118.5 | 115.9
115.9
115.8
116.0
116.0
119.8
Medical instruments
384
|
1.64
| 135.5
135.1
134.0
132.5
132.4
130.0 | 125.7
127.5
126.5
126.0
126.9
135.0
|
|
|
Misc. manufactures
39
|
1.36
| 126.9
125.5
124.8
125.2
124.5
124.4 | 123.0
124.0
124.9
125.4
123.9
125.7
Consumer goods
391,3,4,6
|
.59
| 108.8
107.5
107.3
108.6
108.8
108.3 | 104.6
106.2
107.9
109.8
108.1
108.5
Business supplies
395,9
|
.77
| 146.1
144.8
143.6
143.0
141.4
141.7 | 141.8
142.3
142.3
141.5
140.1
143.3
|
|
|
Electric utilities
491,3pt
|
5.32
| 116.0
116.0
114.4
117.9
120.1
117.4 | 122.1
113.9
108.6
104.8
110.7

121.7
109.3
121.1

Generation
108.9
114.3

116.5

113.6 |

115.4

|
110.6

2.00
105.5

| 110.9
104.1
111.6

110.0

Fossil fuel
106.6
106.8

|

108.0

|
102.7

.90
97.0

| 107.4
93.1

108.8

Hydro and nuclear
110.8
120.8

|

121.7

|
117.4

1.11
112.9

| 114.0
113.6

|
|
120.3
122.1
120.1
120.3
126.8

Sales
117.9

120.2

122.5

119.9 |

126.3

|
116.0

3.32
110.6

|

139.8

|
121.7

1.39
105.8

122.1 |

117.0

|
112.1

1.93
113.9

|

124.2

|
117.4

1.21
117.3

|

125.2

.73
108.9

110.4

106.4

|
104.3

|

|

Residential
114.1
Nonresidential
120.5
122.4
124.1

127.6

126.3

109.6

111.9

Commercial and other
Industrial

|

|
112.6
61.5
105.5
35.8
123.9
66.8

|

Gas utilities
492,3pt
94.4
101.2
107.3

| 119.2
105.4
110.3
|

119.0

| 119.3
113.7
120.2

|

103.1 |

194.7

|
172.7

.99
136.1

| 108.4
104.6
77.5

100.7

90.7 |

219.3

|
188.6

.46
137.5

| 104.1
98.7
60.7

Commercial and other
107.7
109.2
116.0

121.4 |

210.3

|
193.9

.16
157.1

| 117.4
112.1
82.0

Residential
83.3
92.5

Gas transmission
|
.32
| 110.3
117.6
102.8
108.9
112.2
112.2 | 154.0
141.2
122.9
105.7
93.7
88.8
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.
Note: Estimates for April to June are revised.