FEDERAL RESERVE STATISTICAL RELEASE

G.17 (419) Supplement
at 9:15 a.m. (EDT)

For release
May 16, 2007

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION: Supplemental Tables
The attached tables contain detail on industrial production, capacity, and
utilization that are not contained in the G.17 release. Historical data for these
series are available on the Board's website
(www.federalreserve.gov/releases/g17/download.htm).
Table 1
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
|
Index, 2002 = 100
|
|
|
2006
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
|
IP
|
2006
2007
|
2006
2007
|
NAICS
|Proportion<1>|
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oil and gas extraction
|
211 |
5.39
|
95.9
96.7
95.4
95.9
95.4
95.4 |
95.3
95.9
95.6
96.0
96.5
96.3
Crude petroleum and natural
|
|
|
|
gas extraction
|
211111 |
5.00
|
96.3
96.9
95.7
96.2
95.7
95.6 |
95.3
96.1
96.1
96.3
96.8
96.5
Crude oil
|
211111pt. |
2.03
|
89.1
90.9
89.5
90.7
88.8
87.5 |
88.4
90.6
89.2
91.0
89.8
88.1
Natural gas
|
211111pt. |
2.97
|
101.9
101.6
100.6
100.6
| 100.7
100.4
101.4
100.5
90.9
92.5

Natural gas liquid extraction
94.1
90.7
91.0
92.0
92.4

92.6 |

|

211112 |
92.6
89.4

|

|

Mining (except oil and gas)
100.9
107.4
100.2
100.4
97.7
101.4
Coal mining
105.3
105.3
102.4
102.1
104.0
102.3
Metal ore mining
101.1
107.4
101.2
105.9
108.0
102.7
Iron ore mining

94.2

.38
90.9

|

|
|

102.1 |

|
101.0

102.3

212 |
91.4

1.77
91.8

|

102.6
102.7

101.1 |

|
103.8

2121 |
103.1
103.7

.73
103.9

|

105.2 |

|
104.1

2122 |
110.3
97.0

.44
102.7

|

106.4

.04

|

|

21221 |

84.5
83.0

94.1

91.3

106.7

87.2

Gold ore and silver ore mining
98.6
81.1
87.5
88.9
82.3
Copper, nickel, lead, and zinc
101.4
106.3
105.4
106.9
109.7
110.7
105.8
Nonmetallic mineral mining
|
and quarrying
93.6
107.6
94.8
92.2
97.5
80.4
96.9
89.9
92.7

|

88.7

88.5 |

93.3

mining
106.7 |

|
104.8

90.9

100.4

21222 |
72.1

.11
80.4

|

.22
105.8

|

|
107.2

21223 |
107.5
101.9

|

|

|
98.7 |

93.2

92.9

2123 |
70.8

|

|
Support activities for mining
150.4
150.8
150.4
152.3
151.9
150.8
150.2
Drilling oil and gas wells
167.7
170.3
172.6
173.7
173.0
170.8
169.4

and distribution
105.8
108.1
113.4
106.9
94.9
Electric power generation
104.1
102.7
105.7
109.8
103.5
96.4
93.2
Hydroelectric power generation
108.5
94.4
117.7

107.0
99.9

104.9

112.1
102.7
|

1.43
150.7

|

|
168.6

213111 |
168.9
168.5

.72
171.3

|

170.6 |

|

|

|

|

|

|

109.0 |

|
98.4

2211 |
106.6
112.3

8.04
109.0

|

|
97.0

22111 |
103.7
109.2

3.25
109.6

|

105.3 |
|

|
95.5

221111 |
97.0
117.5

.23

|

|

power generation
104.5

Nuclear electric power generation
101.4
104.9

|
|

|
98.4
95.8

|
|

control, and distribution
108.1
109.8
116.0
109.3
111.7 |
96.2
Commercial and other electricity

|
99.3
|

|
221112,9 |
102.3
105.9
221113 |
106.4
111.7

|
1.65

|

1.36

|

|
22112 |
108.6
114.5

|
4.79
108.5

|

|
|

|

|
109.7

22112pt. |
112.9
116.8

1.92

|

Industrial electricity sales
100.8
104.6

|
100.6

22112pt. |
98.8
100.1

.83

|

|

Residential electricity sales
103.7
102.6

|

|
90.0

22112pt. |
109.1
118.7

2.05

|

118.7

116.2

102.0
110.3

sales
120.4

|

213 |
147.6

Electric power transmission,
|

|

|

148.8

Fossil fuel and other electric
|

.60
67.3

|
149.7

Electric power generation, transmission

108.8
100.1

|

150.5 |

|
|

88.3

|
|

Natural gas distribution
97.6
87.0
91.0
109.6
92.1
130.6
97.1
Commercial and other gas sales
98.3
87.0
91.0
106.0

|
102.9 |

96.5

|

99.6

95.3

Industrial gas sales
93.4
96.4
98.0

|

87.9

96.9

Residential gas sales
83.5
88.5
112.0

|

99.7

96.6

Gas transmission
89.2
91.5

|

92.2

|

108.1

|

|

2212 |
167.0

1.51
175.5

|

|

2212pt. |
133.2
171.2

.27
176.7

|

|

2212pt. |
91.7
96.8

.13
89.8

|

|

2212pt. |
150.1
199.7

.71
214.2

|

|

2212pt. |
110.2
127.3

.41
131.5

|

131.6

|

Food
|
110.0
109.8
110.0
111.0
111.7
110.8 | 111.4
109.3
107.5
Animal food
|
127.8
128.9
129.0
133.9
134.9
134.0 | 129.3
132.7
131.7
Grain and oilseed milling
|
108.2
107.7
110.1
108.5
109.1
107.3 | 110.6
109.0
104.4
Sugar and confectionery product
|
95.9
101.4
102.8
103.9
107.3
105.1 | 110.7
100.9
93.0
Fruit and vegetable preserving
|
|
and specialty food
|
101.9
99.2
99.7
100.8
102.8
102.3 | 100.9
92.1
92.3
Dairy product
|
103.5
107.3
108.4
105.7
107.4
106.8 |
96.4
111.8
114.2
Dairy product (except frozen)
|
105.0
109.0
109.5
106.1
106.9
106.1 | 100.8
111.6
112.1
Fluid milk
|
110.1
109.9
110.4
109.6
110.4
| 106.0
113.8
Creamery butter
|
99.0
102.0
95.8
98.8
99.3
|
93.2
109.4
Cheese
|
108.1
110.1
112.7
109.7
109.5
| 110.1
112.5
Dry, condensed, and evaporated
|
|
dairy product
|
91.8
106.1
104.8
95.6
97.5
|
81.0
105.6
Ice cream and frozen dessert
|
98.0
101.1
104.6
104.6
109.8
|
78.8

|

|

311 |
107.4

8.06
107.9

|

3111 |
133.7
132.0

.53
133.8

|

3112 |
109.2
109.2

.79
107.9

|

110.1

3113 |
106.5

114.0

.49
104.1

|

|
|

3114 |
95.3
90.3

.95
89.0

|

3115 |
100.7
104.0

.83
107.7

|

31151 |
107.5
108.1

.67
109.2

|

311511 |
107.6
110.1

.33
111.8

|

311512 |
111.2
115.3
311513 |
111.7
111.1

.01
116.6
.18
111.5

|

|
|
|

311514 |
101.8
99.9

.15
100.6

|

31152 |
88.0

.16
101.9

|

74.1

113.2
113.4
109.0
|
109.4
104.1
107.1
96.3
113.9
116.6
84.7
99.5
117.8
114.4

Animal slaughtering and processing
111.6
109.6
112.0
109.8
108.2 |
106.2
Animal (except poultry)
slaughtering and meat
106.6
105.9
107.8
104.3
100.6
Beef
103.5
101.0
105.2
98.2
Pork
112.3
114.3

112.4

3116 |
107.7
108.1

|

|

|
|

311611-3 |
104.6
103.8

.88
104.5

|

|

| 311611-3pt. |
102.8
97.0
96.4

.51
98.8

|

| 311611-3pt. |
120.8
117.3
116.5

.35
114.1

|

|

.01
87.9

|

104.1 |

114.3

|
109.4

1.76
109.6

Miscellaneous meats
84.5
85.9
87.0

92.1

Poultry processing
117.1
113.6
116.7

|

|
114.2

311615 |
111.1
112.6

.88
115.1

|

115.7
106.7

105.0 |

|
111.4

3118 |
109.6
100.7

1.19
101.3

|

127.5 |

|
125.2

3119 |
124.0
119.4

1.39
119.7

|

125.7
107.4

108.5 |

|
107.4

31192 |
106.9
103.4

.13
102.9

|

Bakeries and tortilla
105.8
104.3
105.0
102.0
Other food
120.5
120.4
121.9
123.9
122.6
124.7
Coffee and tea
105.6
104.9
105.0
106.6
105.6
107.5
107.6
104.4

|

88.8

Beverage and tobacco product
116.3
119.7
119.5
118.6
122.4
121.0
Beverage
124.6
127.9
127.3
128.2
128.1
132.0
Soft drink and ice
138.2
144.4
142.9
145.7
140.2
150.2
Breweries
102.4
110.7
108.8
Tobacco
110.6
108.6

110.8

107.7

| 311611-3pt. |
89.6
84.4

|

|

106.9
116.2

|
111.8

|

|

121.1 |

|
117.0

104.5

312 |
113.2

2.74
120.3

|

120.6
131.0

131.6 |

|
128.1

3121 |
121.6
120.3

1.58
126.9

|

150.2 |

|
135.2

31211 |
138.5
137.4

.77
138.1

|

146.0

|

|
93.1

31212 |
91.5
102.9

.45

|

|
104.3

3122 |
84.7
105.2

1.16
113.1

|

109.3 |

108.8

|

|
Textile mills
78.8
79.8
77.1
77.2
77.0
77.8
75.9
Fiber, yarn, and thread mills
82.9
80.9
81.2
79.8
80.2
83.8
Fabric mills
78.4
80.9
76.9
76.8
76.2
76.2
74.5

76.0 |

78.7

|

81.6

75.5 |

78.6

|

|
77.7

313 |
76.3

.56
76.4

|

3131 |
83.7

.12
81.8

|

68.6
80.9

3132 |
75.4

.30
75.1

|

|
|

|

Textile and fabric finishing
|
76.3
76.7

and fabric coating
76.5
74.1
75.7
74.0

|
|

76.2

74.0 |

76.7

77.5

3133 |
72.8

|

|
Textile product mills
102.8
101.1
102.4
102.2
102.4
107.2
Textile furnishings mills
95.7
95.4
94.6
94.0
94.5
99.2
Carpet and rug mills
101.1
99.5
98.5

|

101.3

101.9 |

91.9

91.7 |

|
99.3

|

|
92.8

.15
75.0

|
91.7

|
90.5

|

80.4

314 |
99.5

3141 |
91.7

31411 |
73.5
94.9

|
|

.49
100.8

|

.29
94.4

|

.19

|

Other textile product mills
|
3149 |
.20
|
115.1
110.9
115.6
116.3
117.3
119.5 | 114.3
111.0
112.8
111.7
116.0
120.9
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

Table 1 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 2002 = 100
|
|
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
|
2006
2007
|
2006
2007

|
2006

|

IP

|

|
NAICS
|Proportion<1>|
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Apparel
|
315 |
.54
|
77.5
77.4
78.8
77.6
76.7
77.7 |
78.2
77.1
76.7
77.0
77.0
77.6
|
|
|
|
Leather and allied product
|
316 |
.09
|
98.0
97.1
97.6
97.3
100.5
97.5 |
99.6
99.0
95.5
95.9
101.3
98.7
|
|
|
|
Wood product
|
321 |
1.39
|
98.0
100.3
98.5
97.8
96.0
96.5 |
96.1
94.0
94.8
95.9
95.2
97.2
Sawmills and wood preservation
|
3211 |
.32
|

94.2
99.2
96.2
|
95.9
97.4
93.5
99.4
100.8
100.6
95.7
108.9
104.9
91.5
91.7
93.2
85.7
59.5

98.3

97.0

|

Plywood and misc. wood products
101.0
99.0
98.5
97.9
97.5 |
97.0
Veneer, plywood, and engineered
wood product
98.5
98.5
99.7
102.6
Veneer and plywood
102.1
102.2

97.6

Reconstituted wood product
100.7
96.7
104.9
98.8
111.9
Other wood product
102.0
99.3
98.0
97.9
94.5
Millwork
110.9
107.6
107.1
107.9
102.5
Wood container and pallet
94.7
92.5
92.1
93.2
91.4
All other wood product
93.4
91.1
88.7
87.2
85.6
Manufactured home
60.9
58.7
59.0

90.4

86.1
|

97.9

96.3

3212,9 |
96.4
94.4

|

98.9 |

90.8

|

90.8

99.9 |

90.8

|

|

|
|

3212 |
93.2

.33
98.1

|

|

321211,2 |
88.3
96.9

.09

|

|

321219 |
87.3
96.9

.12
109.7

|

88.0

|
101.1

3219 |
100.1
95.0

.73
93.7

|

96.8 |
106.0 |

|
109.1

32191 |
110.4
103.3

.36
101.4

|

91.9

32192 |
89.8

.09
90.2

|

94.0 |
86.4 |

94.0

89.7

32199 |
86.3

.29
85.2

|

61.4

321991 |
50.5
51.4

.09
55.9

|

|

|
93.6
|
|
|

|
Paper
97.9
99.5
96.4
96.9
96.4
96.4 |
97.1
97.3
Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills
98.8
101.9
97.4
98.2
97.9
97.4 |
98.8
97.7
Pulp mills
93.8
95.2
93.2
94.1
93.0
|
92.7
Paper mills
102.8
106.2
101.0
101.8
101.9
101.0 |
103.1
101.5
Paper (except newsprint) mills
103.7
106.7
101.8
102.6
103.3
|
104.6
Paperboard mills
90.2
93.1
89.8
90.4
89.5
|
89.8
Converted paper product
97.0
97.1
95.4
95.6
94.8
95.4 |
95.5
96.9
Paperboard container
96.2
95.1
94.6
|
Paper bag and coated and

1.07
95.0

|

95.4

322 |
96.7

2.61
98.1

|

3221 |
98.1

1.34
99.7

|

98.0
93.5

32211 |
93.6

.06
94.4

|

|
102.5

32212 |
102.6
102.3

.93
103.9

|

|
103.4

322121 |
103.0
102.9

.87
104.8

|

32213 |
89.1

.36
90.6

|

3222 |
95.3

1.27
96.4

|

32221 |
92.8

.61

|

96.7

|

|

|
98.6
94.4

|

|
90.0
94.7

88.2
|

92.7

|
91.8

87.3
|

|

|

|
105.0
108.0
92.4
90.7

treated paper
105.6
102.5
108.8
107.9
109.3
Other converted paper products
94.2
91.6
90.1
89.9
89.7

109.2 |

|
105.3

90.4 |

91.5

|

|
|

Printing and related support

104.3
106.0

activities
106.3
105.6
105.8

106.1

106.2

106.9 |

32222 |
104.8
104.4

.31
109.1

|

32223,9 |
92.2
92.6

.35
92.0

|

|

|

|

|

|

|

|
105.6

108.2

|

|

Petroleum and coal products
108.5
108.9
113.0
110.0
110.7
105.4
108.0
Petroleum refineries
109.0
109.4
113.7
110.7
111.2
106.8
108.5
Aviation fuel and kerosene
96.9
100.5
102.4
101.1

323 |
104.4

2.05
105.2

|

|
|

|
109.2

109.9

324 |
107.0

3.83
104.0

|

107.6 |
107.2 |

|
109.7

32411 |
111.9
109.0

3.34
105.9

|

.40
97.3

|

|
|

97.3

32411pt. |
104.7
101.2

120.3

Distillate fuel oil
120.7
126.5
124.6

|

|
121.8

32411pt. |
124.5
120.7

.81
116.4

|

Automotive gasoline
108.1
112.6
108.3

|

|
109.1

32411pt. |
112.1
108.8

1.66
105.0

|

107.0
106.1

Residual fuel oil
110.7
113.3
112.3

|

|
110.9

32411pt. |
116.5
118.0

.13
115.4

|

|
102.7

32411pt. |
92.3
92.4

.34
96.0

|

106.5 |

112.0
102.1
|
104.2
95.7

Other refinery output
103.9
107.3
105.8
105.9
111.5
Paving, roofing, and other
petroleum and coal
104.3
107.4
103.8
103.6

105.8

|
108.5 |

32412,9 |
96.3
93.4

|

|

Chemical
108.8
110.5
109.9
110.3
110.7
111.5
111.5
Basic chemical
113.7
113.8
113.5
115.5
118.4
118.6
118.0
Organic chemicals
120.6
122.0
121.2
124.8
129.0
128.1
127.4
Basic inorganic chemicals
103.6
101.5
102.0
101.2
101.7
103.9
103.6
Industrial gas
107.4
107.1
106.6
106.2
105.9

|
106.2

|

|
.49
91.0

|

|
|

|
108.6

110.1

325 |
109.2

11.81
110.6

|

110.9 |
117.1 |

|
115.0

3251 |
114.8
113.9

2.93
115.4

|

|
121.2

32511,9 |
121.7
120.0

2.02
123.3

|

127.4 |
101.0 |

|
106.6

32512-8 |
105.0
105.6

.91
103.9

|

|
107.1

32512 |
106.2
105.7

.14
105.4

|

106.4 |

105.6
112.2
102.8
100.3
103.1
112.6
113.1

106.6
Synthetic dye and pigment
109.5
107.7
105.6
105.2
103.1 |
101.5
Other basic inorganic chemical
97.9
99.1
98.5
99.3
98.7 |
102.7
Alkalies and chlorine
107.3
112.0
112.7
111.6
|

95.6
100.4

87.8
87.9
|
100.9
110.3
103.3
113.2
103.0
104.3
114.5
|
83.0

.15
104.4

|

|
104.4

32518 |
102.7
104.5

.62
102.7

|

|
110.9

325181 |
106.8
114.8

.13
112.8

|

chemical
96.1
95.1

|
|

96.5

95.5 |

103.3

Acids, phosphates, and

|
120.7
119.7

32513 |
111.6
106.9

All other basic inorganic

|
97.6
101.0

|
112.8

117.2
118.6

118.6

sulfates
119.3
119.4

Synthetic rubber
108.9
109.9
113.2
111.8
109.8
Artificial and synthetic
81.8

fibers and filaments
88.5
86.2

118.9 |

|
121.5
|
88.7

.47
100.5

|
|

325188pt. |
118.3
119.7

.06
120.1

|

325188pt. |
85.3
87.0

.24
87.8

|

|

|

107.9 |

|
101.0

3252 |
98.9
106.8

1.15
110.8

|

|
103.6

32521 |
102.0
109.5

1.03
113.5

|

110.5 |
|

|
103.4

325211 |
100.9
108.9

.95

|

|
103.6

325212 |
111.4
113.8

.09
113.1

|

110.5 |

|
|

other agricultural
106.5
107.4
108.6
107.5
106.8 |
110.7
Pharmaceutical and medicine
107.3
110.0
108.9
107.7
107.0
108.5 |
108.8
108.5
Paints, soaps and toiletries,
|
and other chemical
110.8
112.3
111.1
112.2
111.3
111.9 |
111.1
112.7
Paints and other chemical products
99.5
100.3
99.7
101.7
100.5
101.0 |
100.9
103.2
109.6
109.6

|

|

|

81.5

Pesticide, fertilizer, and
|

325188 |
101.8
102.5

|

Misc. inorganic chemicals
84.4
86.3
87.5
88.0
87.7 |
87.2
Resin, synthetic rubber, and
synthetic fibers
105.2
106.7
107.4
108.9
108.0
Resin and synthetic rubber
108.2
109.0
110.1
111.9
110.5
Plastics material and resin
107.9
108.7

|

|
|

|
32522 |
85.9

75.3

|
.11
90.0

|

|
|

|
109.4

3253 |
107.2
108.1

.51
110.4

|

|
107.2

3254 |
110.3
108.1

4.32
108.2

|

|
|
108.9
95.4

|

|

|

3255-9 |
111.5
109.0

2.90
110.8

|

3255,9 |
96.7
96.3

1.37
99.5

|

104.7
105.1
105.9
103.6
121.8
120.8
|

Paint, coating, and adhesive
107.4
105.5
105.7
105.2
107.0 |
112.0
Paint and coating
105.2
103.5
102.8
102.8
104.6 |
112.1
Soaps and toiletries
123.9
122.3
122.3
121.6
122.5 |
121.6

|
95.4

3255 |
98.0
97.6

.63
101.6

|

|
92.7

32551 |
92.0
93.7

.48
97.9

|

|
122.4

3256 |
126.3
121.6

1.53
121.8

|

|

|

|

Plastics and rubber products
|
326 |
3.46
|
103.9
105.6
106.3
105.5
106.7
108.0 | 103.8
105.7
105.5
104.8
106.8
108.3
Plastics product
|
3261 |
2.89
|
106.6
107.9
108.5
106.9
107.9
109.1 | 106.6
109.1
107.3
105.5
107.6
109.2
Rubber product
|
3262 |
.57
|
90.7
94.3
95.8
98.7
101.3
102.6 |
90.0
89.4
96.6
101.5
103.0
103.4
Tire
|
32621 |
.24
|
72.9
81.6
83.9
88.9
92.4
96.2 |
70.7
67.9
85.7
95.7
95.0
97.1
Rubber products ex. tires
|
32622,9 |
.33
|
105.6
105.0
105.8
106.9
108.6
107.9 | 106.2
107.5
105.8
106.4
109.7
108.7
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

Table 1 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 2002 = 100
|
|
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
|
2006
2007
|
2006
2007

|
2006

|

IP

|

|
NAICS
|Proportion<1>|
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Nonmetallic mineral product
|
327 |
2.43
|
109.1
111.0
109.8
106.6
108.4
108.0 | 108.9
105.6
101.1
99.1
104.5
108.0
Clay, lime, gypsum, and misc.
|
|
|
|
nonmetallic mineral
|
3271,4,9 |
.80
|
107.6
108.1
109.7
108.8
108.1
110.0 | 107.2
107.0
107.9
106.9

107.0
|
110.7
106.8
99.8
90.2
|
98.4
85.0

110.9
Clay and misc. nonmetallic
mineral products
109.8
109.4
108.9
107.9
109.3
Clay product and refractory
99.1
95.2
91.3
88.4
91.5
Pottery, ceramics,
94.8
86.2

|
109.7 |

|
110.8

90.2 |

97.9

3271,9 |
110.6
107.0

|

3271 |
95.4

98.9
|

and plumbing fixture
93.6
89.2
85.1
87.2 |

99.9

Clay building material

|

and refractories
102.3
96.6
92.9
90.9
92.5 |
95.2
Other nonmetallic mineral product
117.0
116.1
117.7
119.2
119.2
121.0 |
116.4
119.6
Lime and gypsum product
98.3
103.4
112.1
109.9
110.5
113.0 |
109.5
118.4
Glass and glass product
98.7
97.0
97.9
98.1
99.1
98.2 |
100.2
97.4
Glass container
91.8
94.0
88.7
86.5
88.7
|
91.5
Cement and concrete product
115.0
119.4
115.5
109.1
113.0
111.3 |
105.1
111.0
Cement
111.0
116.4
114.4
105.8
106.3
|
97.7
Concrete and product
116.0
120.2
115.9
110.0
114.8
113.0 |
107.2
110.8
101.0
93.9

|

|
.63
106.9

|

.21
92.2

|

|
32711 |
92.5

97.3

|

|

Primary metal
103.8
102.7
107.1
108.2
112.8
109.8
Iron and steel products
103.9
99.5
107.6
109.2
117.4
113.6
Pig iron
89.0
89.5
87.8
84.4
95.1
Raw steel
107.6
99.6
108.0
113.9
115.9
Coke and products
101.6
102.6
103.2
104.2
104.7
107.5
Construction steel

|

|
.08
87.4

|

|
|

|
96.9

32712 |
100.3
97.5

.13
95.6

|

|
118.2

3279 |
117.4
113.8

.41
115.4

|

|

3274 |
112.6

.17
108.8

|

95.6
95.3

3272 |
97.0

.44
99.0

|

327213 |
73.9
88.0

.08
90.5

|

92.3
|
114.5

3273 |
109.5
98.7

1.20
94.3

|

|
106.7

32731 |
89.7
78.0

.23
83.5

|

|
116.7

32732-9 |
114.6
104.1

.97
97.1

|

96.2
99.7

|
|

|

|

|

109.8 |

|
102.7

98.6

331 |
105.7

3.25
111.3

|

108.9
111.2

113.5 |

|
102.1

3311,2 |
91.3
105.1

1.66
113.6

|

|
89.4

|

3311,2pt. |
82.6
89.1

.14
90.3

|

89.8

111.5

|

|
107.9

3311,2pt. |
96.8
107.2

.10
117.1

|

106.8 |

|
100.6

3311,2pt. |
101.1
101.4

.03
102.7

|

105.2

.20

|

|

3311,2pt. |

115.3
119.3
108.2
122.5
65.5
76.2
130.9
120.6
101.5
122.7
|
95.9
96.4
76.0
84.6

114.1

116.1

|

110.1

Consumer durable steel
104.3
110.4
113.6

111.9

|

|
107.1

Can and closure steel
74.4
76.0
68.9

73.9

Equipment steel
113.7
114.2
114.1

115.2

|

Miscellaneous steel
96.1
110.3
111.8

116.1

|

95.8
94.1
99.6
97.3
|
99.3
109.2
|
84.5
100.4
|
64.2
80.4

115.7
117.9
|

|

108.2

122.2

3311,2pt. |
89.9
110.5

.21
120.2

|

3311,2pt. |
68.3
72.7

.03
69.5

|

|
125.3

3311,2pt. |
107.9
112.7

.11
120.4

|

|
100.1

3311,2pt. |
90.1
106.8

.83
116.2

|

61.6

139.7

of aluminum
125.2
115.0

76.7

|

|
128.4

|

88.1

Aluminum extruded product
105.1
93.2
93.8
89.9

|

89.9

Nonferrous metal (except aluminum)
101.1

116.9

331312 |
77.3
79.3

.07
81.2

|

|
.05
124.4

|

|

331315,9 |
86.0
92.0

.16
95.9

|

|

331316 |
81.7
91.9

.08
99.1

|

|

|
3314 |
107.2

107.6

33141 |
96.4

102.5
|
|
|

|
.60
112.3

|

|

64.5

|

331314 |
129.1
123.1

85.2

of copper
78.1
82.4
84.6
82.0
82.9 |
81.3
Primary smelting and refining

116.5

|

|

smelting and refining
95.2
98.6
100.7
99.4
99.5 |
99.6
Primary smelting and refining

115.4

.38
96.7

|

production and processing
103.5
108.6
110.1
108.8
109.3 |
108.3
Nonferrous metal (except aluminum)

Foundries
114.4
115.7

|

|

3313 |
93.0

88.5

|

124.5

of nonferrous
114.0

|

|
90.9

Misc. aluminum materials
99.2
92.5
90.8
86.9

112.9

|

97.5

|

and processing
99.7
94.0
92.6
91.9
90.3 |
92.0
Primary aluminum production
76.6
80.2
81.2
84.3
84.1 |
84.8
Secondary smelting and alloying

|
109.9

119.1

Alumina and aluminum production

|
128.0
123.9

114.1

|
.20
102.2

|
331411 |
84.3
78.2

|

|
|

.11
83.6

|

|
|

|
111.6

331419 |
121.3
116.3

.08

|

|
116.0 |

|
116.3

3315 |
117.3
116.8

.61
116.4

|

|

|

|

Fabricated metal product
109.7
109.8
109.3
109.8
110.7
110.8 |
110.3
109.9
Forging and stamping
118.6
116.8
116.1
116.6
118.4
115.4 |
119.6
115.1
Cutlery and handtool
87.3
89.1
87.7
85.0
87.6
85.5 |
87.8
84.5
Architectural and structural metals
109.9
110.9
110.9
111.8
113.8
114.3 |
111.2
111.1
Hardware
80.7
84.5
82.9
82.3
81.9
83.0 |
82.0
83.0
Spring and wire product
98.3
95.3
93.7
96.3
97.5
99.1 |
97.3
98.0
Machine shops; turned product;
|
and screw, nut, and bolt
119.0
119.5
118.6
118.3
121.2
122.0 |
122.3
122.4
Coating, engraving, heat treating,
|
and allied
118.0
116.8
116.3
118.2
119.5
119.7 |
121.1
118.9
Other fabricated metal product
112.3
111.4
111.9
112.8
110.7
110.4 |
110.6
110.3
Ball and roller bearing
103.2
102.0
101.4
100.8
101.3
99.6 |
101.3
99.5
|

Machinery
117.6
122.6
116.4
115.3
117.5
122.3
119.8
Agriculture, construction,
|
and mining machinery
157.2
175.9
146.2
143.6
151.1
163.3
156.8
Agricultural implement
138.6
158.8
123.6
122.9
130.9
144.3
138.2
Farm machinery and equipment
135.8
161.7
116.0
115.0
126.4
140.0
132.4
Construction machinery
175.4
202.1
166.1
155.6
166.7
184.5
176.7
Mining and oil and gas field
|
machinery
166.8
168.7
161.9
168.4
168.7
168.4
163.8

117.2 |

|
109.6

332 |
108.2

5.63
108.2

|

110.8

|
118.7

3321 |
118.7
117.5

.46
116.7

|

.20
84.9

|

1.33
107.6

|

|

3322 |
88.1

88.3

91.6

|
111.1

3323 |
112.8
108.5

|
80.5
99.7

|

3325 |
83.0

.18
81.9

|

85.9
96.9

3326 |
93.5

.18
95.6

|

|
|
119.1

|
3327 |
120.7
118.8

|

|
1.14
118.4

|

|
|

|
118.0

3328 |
119.1
115.2

.47
119.0

|

|
111.9

3329 |
113.3
112.0

1.29
112.1

|

|
103.2

332991 |
106.3
101.3

.15
100.0

|

|
|
116.8
|

|
116.3

333 |
115.0

|
5.12
117.2

|

|
|

150.1 |

|
155.2

3331 |
149.6
148.1

1.15
149.5

|

|
134.8

33311 |
132.9
126.5

.45
130.1

|

129.9 |
126.2 |

|
131.4

333111 |
126.3
117.7

.35
120.5

|

|
173.0

33312 |
158.6
167.3

.45
162.2

|

167.2 |

|
165.3 |

|
169.2

|
33313 |
170.0
162.3

|
.25
170.2

|

116.0
113.8
|
116.8
120.2
|
101.5
109.2
|
90.6
118.4
113.3
110.4
|

Industrial machinery
116.6
115.9
115.1
112.1
114.2
Commercial and service industry
machinery and other
118.9
118.4
119.0
120.1
119.8
HVAC, metalworking, and power

112.5 |

|
114.3

3332 |
116.9
113.6

|
120.8 |

|
117.0

|
3333,9 |
121.3
118.3

|

transmission machinery
|
104.1
101.7
99.8
102.4
101.2 | 100.4
105.5
Ventilation, heating, air-conditioning, and |
commercial refrigeration equipment
|
97.3
93.4
95.3
98.9
98.4 |
86.4
111.2
Metalworking machinery
|
114.2
113.0
111.9
112.3
112.2 | 115.5
110.1
Engine, turbine, and power
|

.65
114.3

|
1.65
118.1

|
3334-6 |
96.9
98.1

3334 |
84.8

3335 |
117.8
112.7

|
|

1.67
103.2

|
83.0

|

|
|

.60
104.9
.57
109.4

|

|
|
|

transmission equipment
|
3336 |
.50
|
102.4
102.1
100.2
92.9
96.7
93.6 | 101.2
91.5
98.4
95.4
97.9
94.6
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

Table 1 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: INDUSTRY SUBTOTALS AND INDIVIDUAL SERIES
|
|
Index, 2002 = 100
|
|
|
Seasonally adjusted
|
Not seasonally adjusted
|
|
2006
2007
|
2006
2007

|
2006

|

IP

|

|
NAICS
|Proportion<1>|
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Computer and electronic product
|
334 |
7.51
|
180.0
181.7
181.3
181.7
183.0
186.7 | 184.1
190.9
172.6
173.6
186.0
172.8
Computer and peripheral equipment
|
3341 |
1.20
|
163.7
166.6
171.3
177.5
183.1
187.1 | 175.4
173.7
164.7
162.0
164.0
169.5
Communications equipment
|
3342 |
1.06
|

155.0
168.1

157.8
161.1
165.1
168.4
169.3
165.3
Audio and video equipment
155.7
176.3
172.3
184.7
149.6
167.1
154.2
133.7
Semiconductor and other electronic
|
component
275.3
276.8
273.8
267.9
270.5
280.8
298.1
242.4
Navigational, measuring, electromedical,
|
and control
125.9
126.0
124.0
123.5
123.0
123.5
122.8
121.3
|
|

Electrical equipment, appliance,

|

155.8

161.3

161.1

165.1

|

|
186.8

3343 |
200.3
151.0

.10
153.6

|
|

|
278.3

3344 |
300.9
244.0

|
|

|
126.6

|
2.60
249.3

|
3345 |
128.3
123.1

|
|

2.44
122.1

|

|

|

|

|

|

|

and component
|
107.1
106.5
107.5
107.9
109.4 | 106.7
109.0
Household appliance
|
103.0
107.5
100.2
102.7
104.0
107.4 | 108.5
110.6
107.6
Small electrical appliance
|
82.7
84.7
83.7
83.4
83.2
83.0 | 109.8
75.9
68.1
Major appliance
|
109.1
114.3
105.2
108.5
110.2
114.6 | 108.7
120.8
119.1
Electrical equipment except
|
|
appliances
|
105.3
106.8
107.6
108.3
108.5
109.7 | 106.1
108.4
109.1
Electric lighting equipment
|
95.8
100.7
102.2
102.7
102.0
103.5 |
98.3
102.5
102.0
Electrical equipment
|
112.7
114.3
115.8
117.7
119.2
121.9 | 113.9
118.6
120.4
Other electrical equipment and
|
|
component
|
102.2
102.7
102.7
102.3
101.9
101.7 | 102.2
101.9
102.1
Battery
|
100.8
106.5
99.7
107.9
104.9
107.8 | 100.7
106.4
104.0
Communication and energy
|
|
wire and cable
|
102.1
101.9
102.0
99.7
100.6
102.5 | 101.9
101.0
104.9
Other electrical equipment
|
102.3
101.9
103.4
102.1
101.5
99.4 | 102.4
101.1
99.8
105.1
108.9

|

|

335 |
105.6

2.03
107.4

|

3352 |
97.9
96.2

.34
108.8

|

87.4

.06
72.5

|

33522 |
101.3
102.4

.29
119.4

|

107.7

33521 |
75.6

|
3351,3-9 |
109.4
107.3
104.2

3351 |
101.3

3353 |
117.6
116.5

|
1.69
107.0
.24
103.2
.67
116.3

|

|
|
|
|

3359 |
104.5
101.7

.78
100.5

|

33591 |
106.6
92.2

.11
103.4

|

|

|

33592 |
104.3
101.8

.23
98.2

|

33593,9 |
103.8
103.7

.45
100.8

|

|
|

Transportation equipment
110.5
111.9
108.9
110.6
110.5
113.0 |
116.4
114.8
Motor vehicle
99.7
102.2
92.4
97.6
97.1
102.7 |
109.2
104.8
Automobile and light duty
|
motor vehicle
97.5
100.1
90.9
96.5
96.5
101.8 |
108.7
103.9
Automobile
95.5
98.2
94.7
88.0
84.7
86.7 |
95.2
90.4
Light truck and utility vehicle
98.0
100.5
88.4
100.3
101.8
108.8 |
114.7
110.0
Heavy duty truck
164.1
161.8
137.3
123.9
110.3
122.8 |
116.5
128.2
Motor vehicle body and trailer
115.7
119.2
112.2
111.5
110.5
110.9 |
121.4
120.2
Truck trailer
173.9
175.7
157.2
146.7
145.8
147.6 |
152.7
155.0
Motor home
96.0
97.3
93.3
101.3
100.2
|
123.4
Travel trailer and camper
106.1
116.6
112.2
111.2
111.9
114.6 |
130.3
142.6
Motor vehicle parts
99.5
100.4
97.7
98.0
99.0
100.6 |
105.0
104.0
Aerospace product and parts
131.2
131.6
133.8
136.0
136.7
137.5 |
135.8
136.0
Aircraft and parts
130.4
130.9
133.0
134.9
135.8
136.8 |
134.8
135.3
Railroad eq., ships and boats,
|
and other
115.6
116.7
119.6
114.7
110.4
112.3 |
115.6
113.9
Railroad rolling stock
124.8
125.2
128.4
126.3
126.0
122.0 |
126.7
116.1
Ship and boat building
108.2
110.5
114.3
109.9
101.4
105.8 |
110.1
110.0
Other transportation equipment
128.0
126.1
126.6
118.0
122.2
121.7 |
121.6
122.0

|
107.9
93.2

|

|
105.0

336 |
106.5

3361 |
86.2

86.7

|

|
9.30
114.8
2.41
107.8

|

|

|
|
|

33611 |
84.7

2.29
106.8

|

|

336111 |
82.0
91.0

.76
98.0

|

|

336112 |
86.2
81.1

1.53
110.6

|

91.7
|
147.2

33612 |
129.5
129.8

.12
129.5

|

|
105.8

3362 |
107.7
106.5

.41
112.0

|

|
166.6

336212 |
155.1
141.4

.09
147.0

|

91.3
89.4

85.1

|
81.6
|
85.2

336213 |
92.6
83.7
336214 |
87.0
109.7

|

3363 |
97.3

.06
100.5
.11
116.2
2.72
103.4

|
|
|

97.8

91.4

|
132.3

3364 |
134.5
133.2

2.95
135.3

|

|
131.5

336411-3 |
133.8
132.5

2.64
133.9

|

|

|

|

|
113.7

3365-9 |
117.0
118.8

.81
113.3

|

|
127.6

3365 |
128.8
126.6

.13
125.1

|

|
104.8

3366 |
110.1
112.7

.47
109.4

|

|
126.8

3369 |
126.2
128.6

.20
114.4

|

|

|

|

|
Furniture and related product
103.4
102.7
101.8
101.3
101.4
101.5
100.0
Household and institutional
|
furniture and kitchen
99.6
99.3
98.5
97.7
97.4
97.6
97.8
Office and other furniture
108.4
107.2
106.0
106.0
106.7
106.8
102.9

101.2 |

99.3

106.6 |

|
106.3

107.3

103.9

directory publishers
98.5
98.2
97.6
97.3
94.8
Newspaper publishers
83.7
82.7
81.2
77.6
76.2
74.4
79.6
Periodical, book, and other
|
publishers
107.7
106.8
107.2
108.1
108.5
99.0
102.8
|

|
|

.88
97.0

|

.69
103.6

|

|

|

|
121.1

339 |
119.1

3.22
119.1

|

122.8

132.5 |

|
126.2

3391 |
129.2
127.8

1.84
128.0

|

|
106.3 |

97.7

97.9 |

99.1

75.3 |

86.3

|
1133 |
99.7

102.6

.17
101.0

|

|

|

|

|

|

|

5111 |
92.6

3.99
90.9

|

51111 |
78.2

1.21
78.0

|

98.3
82.0

|
109.8 |

|

|

|

Stage-of-process groups (capacity system)

|

1.57
99.8

123.2 |

Newspaper, periodical, book, and

99.5
90.5

3372,9 |
107.0
104.1

|

|
|

3371 |
97.1

101.2

|
103.8

337 |
100.0
|

|
97.1 |

|

Logging
96.8
102.9
96.2
93.5

103.6

|

|

Miscellaneous
120.0
121.0
120.2
119.6
121.3
121.3
122.5
Medical equipment and supplies
126.4
128.4
127.9
127.4
129.8
129.9
131.4

|
102.3

|
105.8

|
51112-9 |
106.8
100.2

|
2.78
97.7

|

|

|

|

|

|

|

Crude
|
|
13.03
|
103.3
104.3
102.8
103.9
104.2
103.6 | 103.2
103.5
102.7
103.9
104.8
104.1
Primary and semifinished
|
|
49.12
|
109.9
109.9
110.3
111.4
110.2
111.3 | 107.9
110.5
110.7
111.2
110.6
108.1
Finished
|
|
37.86
|
116.4
118.0
116.5
117.0
117.6
118.5 | 116.6
116.0
114.2
116.6
118.3
117.3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative

contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

Table 1 (continued)
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION: MARKET GROUP SUMMARY
|
|
adjusted
|

2006

Seasonally adjusted
2007

|
Index, 2002 = 100
|
|
|
|

|
2006

|
|
2006
Not seasonally
|
2007

IP

|
NAICS
|
Proportion<1>|
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total index
|
|
100.00
| 111.5
112.2
111.7
112.6
112.2
113.0 | 110.6
111.7
111.1
112.4
112.8
111.1
|
|
|
|
Products and nonindustrial supplies
|
|
57.43
| 111.9
112.6
111.9
113.0
112.5
113.4 | 111.0
112.4
111.7
112.8
112.7
111.1
Final products
|
|
41.86
| 112.8
113.6
112.7
114.1
113.5
114.5 | 111.8
113.4
113.2
114.9
114.3
112.2
|
|
|
|
Consumer goods
|
|
29.36
| 107.6
107.8
107.4
109.2
108.3
109.3 | 106.2
108.0
108.8
110.7
109.3
106.5
Durable
|
|
7.16
| 104.4
106.2
103.1
104.9
105.2
107.4 | 103.0
101.4
99.8
107.0
109.7
107.7
Automotive products
|
|
3.33
|
98.2
100.6
95.2
98.8
99.1
102.7 |
93.1
90.1
91.2
104.8
108.2
105.1
Autos and trucks, consumer
|
|
1.90
|
91.5
94.2
85.7
91.2
91.3
96.6 |
85.7
80.1
79.9
100.9
102.9
98.5
Auto parts and allied goods
|
|
1.43
| 109.0
111.2
110.6
111.2
111.8
112.8 | 105.3
106.6
109.6
111.4
117.4
116.1
Other goods
|
|
3.83
| 110.6
111.7
110.8
110.9
111.2
112.1 | 112.7
112.5
108.2
109.2
111.1
110.2
Home electronics
|
|
.36
| 173.1
180.7
184.6
197.5
198.1
207.6 | 201.0
204.6
184.1
183.8
183.2
173.4
Appliances, furniture, and carpeting
|
|
1.23
| 101.9
102.2
100.5
100.2
100.2
100.6 | 100.8
97.9
98.3
102.3
103.8
101.8

| 105.1
109.1
117.1
112.3
| 100.9
100.2
100.0
98.8

Household appliances
102.0
104.7
105.8

108.6 |

|
108.0

97.2

|
98.4

.28
114.0

Carpeting and furniture
99.9
98.9
98.5
98.3 |

|
98.6

97.9

|
98.1

.96
98.9

107.2 |

|
108.8

109.6

|
104.5

2.24
103.8

109.8 |

|
107.1

110.0

|
111.6

22.19
111.8

110.4 |

|
109.1

107.6

|
106.5

16.90
107.5

113.1 |

|
111.9

107.4

|
107.8

9.18
110.0

79.4 |

|
79.9

78.9

|
78.3

.59
78.6

111.5 |

|
110.6

113.6

|
110.9

4.83
111.1

105.1 |

|
102.6

103.3

|
98.5

1.79
96.8

125.1 |

|
119.8

121.7

|
120.6

.50
120.5

108.1 |

|
101.4

117.9

|
127.9

5.29
125.7

108.7 |

|
112.2

115.1

|
111.6

2.54
107.9

108.1 |

|
92.8

121.2

|
142.4

2.76
141.5

Miscellaneous goods
| 107.5
108.4
107.4
106.5
106.9
106.2
106.8
Nondurable
| 108.5
108.2
108.7
110.5
109.2
109.0
106.0
Non-energy
| 108.8
109.8
109.7
109.8
110.2
108.7
108.3
Foods and tobacco
| 111.2
111.8
112.1
112.6
113.7
111.8
110.2
Clothing
|
79.1
78.9
80.4
79.3
78.7
79.1
79.4
Chemical products
| 110.4
112.9
111.8
110.9
110.2
111.3
111.4
Paper products
| 103.9
103.3
103.3
104.0
104.1
97.5
100.1
Miscellaneous goods
| 120.0
121.0
121.1
120.8
122.7
122.5
124.5
Energy
| 107.8
103.7
106.1
113.5
106.5
110.0
98.4
Fuels
| 110.4
111.3
115.9
112.6
113.4
108.4
109.8
Residential utilities
| 106.6
98.0
98.7
114.9
101.5
112.5
90.5
|
Equipment, total
| 126.9
129.2
126.9
127.2
127.8
127.5
Business equipment
| 129.5
132.1
128.8
129.4
131.0
130.6
Transit
| 146.0
146.8
144.2
144.8
147.1
146.8
Business vehicles
| 148.3
149.5
132.3
134.9
145.8
141.7
Business light
| 143.6
145.8
130.6
137.5
153.3
144.9
Autos
|
82.4
84.6
81.4
75.6

|

|

|

127.7

128.7 |

|
127.2

128.0

|
125.3

12.51
126.3

130.5

131.7 |

|
129.7

130.4

|
127.3

9.95
128.6

144.4

147.2 |

|
144.1

142.8

|
141.4

2.03
146.9

130.7

138.1 |

|
137.7

125.7

|
123.9

.51
147.9

vehicles
135.9
141.9 |

|
134.7

124.3

|
121.9

.39
152.4

|
77.1

70.6

|
78.2

.13
84.2

72.8

74.7 |

81.8

77.8

Trucks
| 208.2
210.4
182.1
203.1
202.8
229.2
216.1
Information processing
| 142.5
144.0
144.4
146.4
147.8
143.6
144.1
Industrial and other
| 117.0
120.7
115.6
115.4
117.0
118.8
117.9
Industrial equipment
| 117.9
120.9
117.0
116.9
117.9
119.7
118.8
Other equipment
| 116.1
120.6
114.2
113.9
116.1
117.9
117.1
Oil and gas well drilling
|
and manufactured homes
| 138.4
140.7
142.0
142.8
142.1
139.0
138.9
Defense and space equipment
| 112.0
112.5
113.9
113.2
110.6
110.0
110.6
|

Nonindustrial supplies
| 109.6
110.1
110.0
110.1
109.8
108.5
108.3
Construction supplies
| 107.4
109.7
108.4
107.5
108.8
106.0
108.6
Other business supplies
| 110.5
110.3
110.6
111.2
110.2
109.4
108.1
General business supplies
| 109.9
110.6
109.9
109.7
110.3
109.2
109.7
Commercial energy products
| 113.0
110.0
113.7
116.7
110.7
110.7
103.5
|
Materials
| 111.0
111.7
111.3
113.0
111.0
Non-energy
| 115.4
116.6
115.9
118.8
116.7
Durable
| 123.7
124.7
124.4
128.6
125.1
Consumer parts
|
97.6
98.5
96.8
106.2
103.9
Equipment parts
| 170.0
170.8
169.8
175.8
163.5

213.3 |

|
195.5

181.0

|
167.5

.27
224.7

149.2 |

|
145.0

146.8

|
141.5

2.78
141.6

117.5 |

|
116.7

117.7

|
115.1

5.14
115.4

118.4 |

|
118.1

119.1

|
116.7

2.79
116.7

116.6 |

|
115.3

116.2

|
113.2

2.35
114.0

|
|

|

140.7 |

|
138.6

136.6

|
136.5

.81
139.5

111.7 |

|
112.7

114.8

|
113.2

1.75
112.6

|
|

|

110.5 |

|
108.6

109.9

|
107.7

15.57
107.2

109.3 |

|
106.4

105.8

|
101.9

4.55
101.7

111.0 |

|
109.5

111.6

|
110.1

11.02
109.5

110.9 |

|
110.5

111.3

|
107.3

8.27
107.6

111.9 |

|
107.0

113.2

|
119.5

2.74
116.3

|

|

|

111.9

111.8

112.5 |

|
110.2

110.8

|
110.2

42.57
111.8

116.0

116.9

117.5 |

|
115.3

115.1

|
113.3

30.80
115.5

124.1

125.2

126.4 |

|
123.4

123.4

|
120.7

19.15
123.5

97.0

98.0

99.3 |

|
95.5

89.0

|
96.4

3.30
103.8

168.4

169.7

172.0 |

|
171.3

176.4

|
162.7

6.64
163.7

Computer and other
|

|
|

|

board assemblies and parts
|
|
.42
| 125.5
123.5
125.8
122.1
117.5
120.1 | 131.8
128.5
118.6
116.9
110.7
107.7
Semiconductors, printed
|
|
|
|
circuit boards, and other
|
|
2.03
| 315.1
318.5
314.3
309.3
315.6
327.9 | 317.0
347.1
278.0
285.1
351.4
283.0
Other equipment parts
|
|
4.19
| 124.1
124.4
123.9
123.6
124.4
124.4 | 124.3
124.3
123.3
123.2
124.9
124.1
Other
|
|
9.21
| 106.1
107.3
107.8
107.9
108.9
109.5 | 105.8
105.7
104.6
106.2
109.0
109.2
Basic metals
|
|
3.14
| 101.9
102.6
105.6
106.9
108.0
108.4 | 101.7
100.9
104.0
108.9
111.1
108.0
Miscellaneous materials
|
|
6.08
| 108.4
109.9
109.0
108.6
109.6
110.3 | 108.0
108.4
105.1
105.1
108.0
110.0
Nondurable
|
|
11.64
| 102.9
104.2
103.2
103.7
104.2
104.1 | 103.0
102.5
102.0
103.4
104.1
104.1
Textile
|
|
.60
|
82.6
83.3
81.1
81.3
81.4
80.5 |
82.4
81.2
80.1
80.2
82.0
80.4
Paper
|
|
2.30
| 100.7
103.2
100.1
101.0
100.9
100.9 | 100.8
101.2
100.2
101.6
101.3
100.6
Chemical
|
|
5.49
| 107.3
108.7
108.9
110.1
111.3
110.9 | 107.2
107.2
107.8
109.8
111.4
110.9
Other materials
|
|
3.24
| 103.7
104.1
102.9
102.1
102.1
102.6 | 104.0
102.2
100.7
101.2
101.3
102.8
Containers
|
|
.97
|
95.0
95.0
93.4
91.9
91.3
92.1 |
91.0
86.9
89.9
90.3
91.0
94.4
Miscellaneous materials
|
|
2.28
| 107.7
108.4
107.4
106.9
107.2
107.6 | 110.1
109.3
105.6
106.1
106.0
106.5
Energy
|
|
11.77
| 100.6
100.2
100.5
102.3
99.9
100.7 |
98.0
100.6
102.7
102.8
99.0
97.5
Primary energy
|
|
7.98
|
99.3
99.5
99.5
100.3
98.7
98.8 |
97.4
99.5
100.9
101.1
98.5
97.7
Converted fuel
|
|
3.79
| 102.9
101.3
102.1
106.2
101.9
104.4 |
99.0
102.7
106.4
106.3
99.9
96.8
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
<1> The IP proportion data are estimates of the industries' relative
contributions to overall IP growth in the following year.

Table 2
CAPACITY UTILIZATION: MANUFACTURING, MINING, AND UTILITIES
Percent of capacity, seasonally adjusted
|
|
1988- 1990- 1994- 2001-|
|
|
|
1982
1989
1991
1995
2002| 2006 | 2006
2007

2006

|

1972-

|

2006

Item
|
NAICS
| Proportion| Ave.
Low
High
Low
High
Low| Apr. | Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total industry
|
|
100.00 | 81.0
70.8
85.0
78.5
85.1
73.6 | 81.9 | 81.3
81.6
81.1
81.6
81.2
81.6
|
|
|
|
|
Stage-of-process groups
|
|
|
|
|
Crude
|
|
12.41 | 86.5
77.4
88.1
84.4
89.5
82.0 | 88.2 | 88.7
89.6
88.2
89.2
89.3
88.8
Primary and semifinished
|
|
48.00 | 82.2
67.9
86.5
77.9
88.2
74.6 | 83.8 | 82.0
81.7
81.9
82.5
81.5
82.1
Finished
|
|
39.59 | 77.8
71.1
82.8
76.8
80.5
70.0 | 77.8 | 78.1
79.0
77.9
78.1
78.3
78.8
|
|
|
|
|
Industry Groups
|
|
|
|
|
Manufacturing
|
|
82.52 | 79.8
68.5
85.4
77.1
84.6
71.6 | 80.7 | 79.8
80.5
79.8
79.7
80.0
80.2
Manufacturing (NAICS)
|
31-33 |
78.53 | 79.6
67.8
85.3
76.9
84.7
71.0 | 80.4 | 79.5
80.3
79.6
79.5
79.8
80.0
Durable manufacturing
|
|
42.55 | 78.0
62.9
84.5
73.3
84.2
68.1 | 79.4 | 78.2
78.9
77.6
77.5
77.8
78.4
Wood products
|
321 |
1.41 | 80.2
59.4
88.2
72.7
87.7
71.0 | 84.0 | 73.1
74.8
73.4
72.8
71.4
71.8
Nonmetallic mineral products
|
327 |
2.34 | 79.5
62.7
85.1
71.8
84.1
75.8 | 84.7 | 79.2
80.3
79.3
76.8
78.0
77.6
Primary metal
|
331 |
2.86 | 80.8
47.0
93.8
74.6
95.6
68.5 | 88.1 | 81.1
80.4
83.9
84.7
85.2
85.8
Iron and steel products
|
3311,2 |
1.35 | 82.3
38.0
98.2
71.3
99.9
69.9 | 94.8 | 81.6
78.0
84.3
85.4
86.8
88.4
Fabricated metal products
|
332 |
5.63 | 77.3

61.8
80.3

81.6

58.0
78.4

85.1

69.2 |

80.2 |

80.0

79.9

79.5

85.2

Machinery
73.9
87.6

63.7 |

80.0 |

|
79.7

82.9

333 |
78.5

5.14 | 78.7
77.6
78.8

76.9
75.5

81.4

Computer and electronic products
|
75.9
84.3
58.6 | 75.9 | 77.2

77.1

334 |
76.0

8.43 | 78.3
75.3
74.9

67.3
85.1

79.9

Computer and peripheral equip.
68.2
84.2
62.8 | 73.0 |

|
78.2

79.4

3341 |
81.1

1.39 | 78.1
83.2
84.7

82.3
79.1

80.8

Communications equipment
73.0
86.6
40.2 | 69.6 |

|
73.2

74.5

3342 |
75.9

1.29 | 75.4
77.6
79.0

|
76.5
74.9
|

72.6

Semiconductor and related
|
82.9
|

78.2

electronic components
93.5
58.1 | 82.4 |

Electrical equipment, appliances,

|

|
82.6

334412-9 |
80.9
78.1

|

|

80.4

|
2.80 | 80.6
74.7
73.7
|

85.7 |

|
83.6

85.1

335 |
84.5

1.90 | 83.2
85.2
85.4

86.7

Transportation equipment
67.6
79.5
68.6 | 77.0 |

|
76.6

77.4

336 |
75.4

9.88 | 75.5
76.6
76.6

44.9
77.1

89.7

Motor vehicles and parts
56.0
89.0
68.9 | 78.2 |

|
75.1

3361-3 |
76.4
72.1

5.92 | 77.5
74.0
74.4

39.6
75.3

94.6

Autos and light trucks
53.7
89.5
73.6 | 74.9 |

|
70.4

72.3

33611 |
65.9

2.60 | 77.8
70.4
70.8

64.6
86.5

89.1

56.4
78.4

|

|

and components
77.0
93.1
71.8 |

|

79.8

Aerospace and miscellaneous

|

|

transportation equipment
|
68.5
62.8 | 75.3 | 78.9

3364-9 |
79.2
80.5

3.96 | 72.5
80.6
80.2

69.0
80.6

87.1

65.5
76.5

82.2

Furniture and related products
67.6
82.9
67.8 | 79.5 |

|
78.3

77.8

337 |
77.1

1.61 | 78.5
76.7
76.8

68.9
79.5

82.5

Miscellaneous
77.3
81.3

|
78.9

79.2

339 |
78.5

3.36 | 76.7
77.7
78.6

|

|
Nondurable manufacturing
86.8
81.6
85.4
74.9 |

75.6
82.0

81.1

|

70.6 |

77.9 |

|

|

|

81.7 |

|
81.2

82.0

|
82.0

35.98 | 81.7
81.9
82.2

80.5
84.2

85.8

Food
83.3

83.2 |

|
84.2

83.9

311 |
84.0

7.80 | 82.4
84.6
85.0

77.8
79.3

87.2

Beverage and tobacco products
74.6
86.7
64.8 | 79.0 |

|
77.0

79.1

312 |
78.8

2.87 | 79.4
78.0
79.2

72.8
72.9

91.5

Textile mills
77.9
93.2

|
73.9

75.2

313 |
72.9

.60 | 82.1
73.3
73.5

84.0

77.0 |

65.9 |

76.3 |

71.4
76.4

90.6

Textile product mills
75.7
88.5
72.3 |

82.3 |

|
77.2

75.9

314 |
76.8

.49 | 82.5
76.7
75.9

77.0
76.3

85.5

Apparel
77.5

74.1 |

|
75.0

75.1

315 |
76.7

.60 | 79.3
75.8
75.1

75.5
68.1

79.0

Leather and allied products
70.4
81.4
53.7 | 69.5 |

|
67.7

67.2

316 |
67.7

.11 | 75.5
67.6
70.0

81.3
83.8

92.5

Paper
86.1

78.9 |

84.3 |

|
84.9

86.4

322 |
83.7

2.46 | 87.8
84.2
83.8

80.3
81.3

91.8

Printing and support
82.6
86.4
72.7 |

80.8 |

|
80.0

81.4

323 |
80.7

2.08 | 83.7
80.9
80.9

70.7
89.0

89.0

Petroleum and coal products
83.1
90.6
83.7 | 86.4 |

|
89.5

89.9

324 |
93.4

3.77 | 86.2
90.9
91.6

67.7
78.2

85.1

Chemical
80.1

78.4 |

|
77.1

78.2

325 |
77.7

12.01 | 78.3
77.9
78.1

63.0

93.0

Plastics material and resin
80.5 103.5
80.8 | 89.8 |

|
84.2

325211 |
88.4
89.2

54.6
74.7

93.9

Synthetic rubber
71.9
86.3
52.4 |

|
70.3

325212 |
73.5
74.2

|

|

63.4

94.4

71.8
86.4

89.8

88.4

92.0

81.4

60.1 |

70.2 |

63.0 |

Artificial and synthetic fibers

|
84.1

85.3

.12 |
77.5

Plastics and rubber products
76.4
91.9
75.1 | 88.4 |

32522 |
79.2

72.8

|

|
73.5

|

|
Other manufacturing (non-NAICS)
86.3
91.0
80.6
83.3
81.3 | 84.9 |
83.4
|

|
Mining
78.7
86.1
83.5
88.9
84.8
90.3
Oil and gas extraction
89.5
92.0
89.6
94.8
89.0
92.6
Mining (except oil and gas)
67.7
90.4
80.0
86.9
79.0
81.0
Coal mining
76.3
92.5
79.5
87.0
78.5
82.4
Metal mining
32.2
90.9
81.2
90.3
68.4
79.9
Stone and earth minerals

326 |
85.7

|

|

|
84.7

1133,5111 |
84.0
83.8

|

|

87.0

.10 | 76.4
76.5
75.6

|

79.6 |

76.0

and filaments
91.0
57.2 |

|

.83 |

81.6

3.20 | 83.9
84.8
85.6
|
3.99 | 84.7
83.3
82.9
|

|

90.4 |

|
90.7

92.3

21 |
90.1

8.25 | 87.4
90.5
90.6

|

90.2 |

|
93.2

94.0

211 |
92.7

5.31 | 92.0
93.1
92.7

|

87.5 |

|
80.4

85.5

212 |
79.7

1.69 | 83.9
79.8
81.5

|

90.9 |

|
85.9

85.9

2121 |
83.5

.68 | 86.0
83.3
83.8

|

81.7 |

|
77.3

82.0

2122 |
77.1

.44 | 78.8
80.6
81.0

|

2123 |

.57 |

83.0

64.1
79.8

89.5

75.8

90.8

Support activities for
49.9
61.8
52.7
78.2
89.7
Utilities
77.6
92.7
84.0
93.7
85.7
Electric
78.8
94.1
86.8
96.4
86.2
Natural gas
71.7
86.4
67.3
87.6
83.3
|

80.0 |

87.3 |

75.7

87.2

76.8

mining
63.7 |

94.4 |

|
92.0

91.7

213 |
90.9

1.25 | 75.0
91.6
90.9

83.8 |

85.4 |

|
85.4

2211,2 |
81.8
83.7

9.23 | 86.7
89.6
82.8

86.3 |

87.7 |

|
86.8

84.2

2211 |
85.8

7.49 | 88.1
89.9
84.6

70.4 |

75.1 |

|
78.9

70.4

2212 |
73.6

1.74 | 79.9
88.6
74.5

|

|

74.6

78.9

|

|

Special Aggregates
|
|
|
|
Selected high-technology industries
|
|
5.48 | 78.0
74.6
80.8
74.2
87.4
56.2 | 77.1 | 79.6
79.4
78.6
77.7
77.8
78.6
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
|
|
|
|
|
industries
|
|
77.04 | 79.9
68.1
85.9
77.2
84.5
72.8 | 81.0 | 80.0
80.7
80.1
80.0
80.3
80.6
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
|
|
|
|
|
and motor vehicles and pts.
|
|
71.13 | 80.1
69.4
85.6
79.2
84.1
72.6 | 81.3 | 80.4
81.1
80.8
80.5
80.8
80.9
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------r Revised. p Preliminary.
|

Table 3
INDUSTRIAL CAPACITY: MANUFACTURING, MINING, AND UTILITIES
|
|
Percent change
|
Capacity indexes
|
|
|
Annual rate
|
Fourth quarter to fourth quarter
|
Percent of 2002 output
|
|
197219721975-|
|
|
|
|
2007
1975
2007 |
|
2006 |
2006
2007
Item
|
NAICS
|
Ave.
Ave.
Ave. |
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007 |
Apr. |
Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total industry
|
|
2.7
1.4
2.7 |
-.9
.1
1.1
2.4
2.1 | 135.4 | 137.3
137.5
137.8

138.0

138.2

138.5

|

|
Stage-of-process groups

|

Crude
.2 |
-2.2
-.1
-1.1
116.6
116.6
116.7
Primary and semifinished
2.8 |
-1.4
.4
1.4
135.0
135.3
135.6
Finished
3.4 |
.3
.5
2.0
149.9
150.1
150.4

|
.3

.7 |

3.0

2.5 |

2.3

2.2 |

|

|

|

|

|

|
116.1 |
131.7 |
|

147.3 |

|
|

|

|

|

|

Industry Groups

|

|

|

116.4

.3
116.5

.5
116.5

|
134.1

2.9
134.4

1.6
134.7

|
149.1

3.4
149.4

1.5
149.6

3.1
142.2

1.4
142.5

3.2
143.8

1.4
144.1

4.3
155.6

1.5
156.1

1.5
134.1

.7
134.2

1.2
138.2

.5
138.5

-.3
127.8

.4
127.7

-.6
127.5

.0
127.7

1.5
137.3

1.5
137.5

1.8
147.9

1.7
148.3

|
|
|

|

Manufacturing
|
|
3.1 |
-.9
.0
1.7
2.7
2.4 | 139.9 | 141.9
142.8
143.0
143.3
Manufacturing (NAICS)
|
31-33 |
3.2 |
-.7
.0
1.8
2.8
2.5 | 141.3 | 143.5
144.3
144.6
144.9
Durable manufacturing
|
|
4.4 |
-.2
.5
3.3
4.2
3.9 | 151.6 | 155.1
156.6
157.1
157.6
Wood products
|
321 |
1.5 |
-2.8
.4
1.6
1.7
.3 | 132.6 | 133.9
134.3
134.3
134.4
Nonmetallic mineral products
|
327 |
1.2 |
-.2
1.4
2.4
3.2
2.1 | 135.2 | 137.8
138.7
139.0
139.2
Primary metal
|
331 |
-.5 |
.1
-.5
1.4
-1.8
1.0 | 129.7 | 128.0
127.7
127.8
127.9
Iron and steel products
|
3311,2 |
-.7 |
4.2
4.5
3.0
1.1
2.3 | 126.9 | 127.4
127.9
128.1
128.3
Fabricated metal products
|
332 |
1.3 |
-3.1
-.5
.2
1.0
1.2 | 136.3 | 137.2
137.6
137.8
137.9
Machinery
|
333 |
1.6 |
-2.4
.2
1.0
2.4
3.2 | 145.3 | 147.6
148.7
149.1
149.5
Computer and electronic products
|
334 |
16.6 |
1.1
3.1
13.0
14.8
15.4 | 216.0 | 233.2
241.3
244.2
247.2
Computer and peripheral equip.
|
3341 |
23.7 |
-.3
-.6
36.6
9.0
20.4 | 205.7 | 209.2
213.3
216.2
219.9
Communications equipment
|
3342 |
13.3 |
-3.5
-4.2
-3.8
-.1
3.0 | 211.0 | 211.7
212.8
213.3
213.9
Semiconductor and related
|
|
|
|
|
electronic components
|
334412-9 |
25.6 |
4.2
12.0
23.5
35.7
29.2 | 282.4 | 338.1

16.1
235.8

5.2
238.5

24.7
209.8

13.4
211.2

12.9
211.8

4.1
212.3

24.9
347.2

7.9
355.8

364.3
|
1.0 |
126.2
2.0 |
144.4
2.5 |
133.4
2.6 |
137.1
|
1.2 |
162.8
2.2 |
132.1
3.2 |
153.8
|

372.5
380.5
Electrical equipment, appliances,
|
and components
-3.8
-2.1
-1.6
1.3
1.4
126.3
126.5
Transportation equipment
3.4
.4
.7
1.8
-1.1
144.3
144.1
Motor vehicles and parts
4.5
-.5
.7
1.2
-3.6
133.0
132.6
Autos and light trucks
10.3
-.3
2.0
2.6
-7.6
136.3
135.3
Aerospace and miscellaneous
|
transportation equipment
.7
.2
.6
2.3
2.4
163.1
163.4
Furniture and related products
-1.6
-2.0
-1.1
-.8
.5
132.1
132.2
Miscellaneous
.5
2.6
4.3
4.0
5.1
154.5
155.1
|

|
|

|

|

335 |
125.6

1.3
125.8

1.6
126.0

|

336 |
144.3

2.0
144.5

.7
144.5

3361-3 |
133.3 | 134.0

2.6
134.1

1.3
133.8

2.8
138.5

1.6
137.9

1.1
162.1

-.1
162.5

337 |
132.1

2.4
132.1

1.7
132.1

339 |
152.2

3.2
152.7

1.5
153.2

124.4 |

|
|

143.0 |
|
|

|

137.0 |
|

|

|

33611 |
138.4
|

|

3364-9 |
159.5 | 161.8

|
|
|

|

132.8 |
|

148.8 |

|

|
|

Nondurable manufacturing
|
|
1.8
1.3
-1.1
-.3
.3
1.0
1.0 | 130.1 | 130.9
131.0
131.1
131.3
131.4
Food
|
311 |
2.0
1.2
1.9 |
.4
.5
.8
1.4
1.7 | 129.5 | 130.7
130.8
131.0
131.2
131.4
131.6
Beverage and tobacco products
|
312 |
.7
.5
.7 |
-.7
1.0
1.7
2.3
2.7 | 148.8 | 151.0
151.3
151.6
152.0
152.3
152.7
Textile mills
|
313 |
-.2
1.2
-.5 |
-5.9
-6.3
-5.8
-5.5
-5.2 | 110.1 | 106.6
106.2
105.7
105.2
104.8
104.3
Textile product mills
|
314 |
1.6
1.1
1.5 |
-1.2
-.7
-.3
.6
.3 | 132.5 | 133.1
133.2
133.2
133.3
133.3
133.4
Apparel
|
315 |
-2.0
.6
-2.4 | -12.8
-13.0
-4.7
-3.9
-3.4 | 106.1 | 103.4
103.1
102.7
102.4
102.1
101.8
Leather and allied products
|
316 |
-3.2
-.8
-3.4 |
-5.3
-5.2
-3.2
-2.3
-2.4 | 146.7 | 144.7
144.5
144.2
143.9
143.6
143.3
Paper
|
322 |
1.3
1.4
1.1 |
-2.0
-.3
-.7
-.8
-.3 | 115.8 | 115.3
115.2
115.2
115.1
115.1
115.1
Printing and support
|
323 |
2.5
1.5
2.4 |
-2.1
-2.2
-.8
2.0
1.5 | 128.6 | 130.4
130.7
130.9
131.1
131.3
131.4
Petroleum and coal products
|
324 |
1.3
2.5
.7 |
-2.4
3.7
3.5
.1
-.2 | 121.8 | 121.3
121.1
121.0
120.9
120.9
120.8
1.6 |
131.2

Chemical
|
325 |
2.5
1.7
.6
1.5
1.2
1.0
1.1 | 140.5 | 141.2
141.3
141.4
141.7
141.8
Plastics material and resin
|
325211 |
3.1
2.5
2.8 |
-3.3
7.0
6.1
-1.0
-.3 | 123.6 | 122.3
122.1
121.9
121.8
121.8
121.8
Synthetic rubber
|
325212 |
1.6
1.4
1.4 |
1.3
-.9
-2.7
-1.8
-.5 | 149.7 | 148.4
148.2
148.1
148.0
148.0
147.9
Artificial and synthetic fibers |
|
|
|
|
and filaments
|
32522 |
.3
6.0
-1.2 |
-3.2
-6.7
-3.3
-5.7
-5.3 | 117.5 | 113.0
112.4
111.8
111.2
110.7
110.2
Plastics and rubber products
|
326 |
3.4
2.3
3.2 |
-2.8
-3.2
.3
3.3
3.0 | 120.9 | 123.4
123.8
124.1
124.5
124.8
125.1
|
|
|
|
|
Other manufacturing (non-NAICS)
|
1133,5111 |
1.3
1.4
1.0 |
-3.8
-.1
.6
.9
1.1 | 116.7 | 117.3
117.4
117.5
117.6
117.7
117.8
|
|
|
|
|
Mining
|
21 |
-.1
-.2
-.1 |
-2.1
-.3
-1.7
.6
.7 | 110.4 | 111.0
111.1
111.2
111.3
111.4
111.4
Oil and gas extraction
|
211 |
-.9
-1.1
-.7 |
-.3
-1.2
-3.0
-.4
.2 | 102.8 | 102.9
102.9
102.9
103.0
103.0
103.0
Mining (except oil and gas)
|
212 |
1.5
.7
1.4 |
-1.5
.8
2.2
.7
1.0 | 125.2 | 125.6
125.6
125.7
125.8
125.9
126.0
Coal mining
|
2121 |
1.6
1.1
1.5 |
-3.9
-.7
4.5
1.4
.4 | 122.0 | 122.5
122.6
122.6
122.6
122.6
122.7
Metal mining
|
2122 |
1.4
.7
1.3 |
-2.5
.2
-.4
1.3
2.2 | 129.7 | 130.8
130.9
131.1
131.3
131.5
131.7
Stone and earth minerals
|
2123 |
.9
.1
1.0 |
.7
1.2
.5
-.7
.6 | 124.1 | 123.5
123.5
123.5
123.5
123.6
123.7
Support activities for mining
|
213 |
1.0
2.5
.4 |
-3.0
2.0
3.6
7.8
5.3 | 155.8 | 163.4
164.5
165.4
166.3
167.0
167.7
Utilities
|
2211,2 |
2.5
2.7
2.1 |
3.2
2.6
.0
2.1
1.3 | 123.3 | 125.1
125.3
125.6
125.7
125.9
126.0
Electric
|
2211 |
3.2
3.7
2.6 |
3.8
2.8
.1
2.5
1.5 | 123.2 | 125.4
125.7
125.9
126.2
126.3
126.5
Natural gas
|
2212 |
.1
-.7
.3 |
.3
-.1
-.2
-.4
.1 | 124.0 | 123.7
123.6
123.6
123.6
123.6
123.6
|
|
|
|
|
Special Aggregates
|
|
|
|
|
2.4 |
141.6

Selected high-technology industries
|
|
22.1
7.9
22.5 |
1.4
4.3
18.3
19.6
20.9 | 245.9 | 271.4
275.4
279.6
284.0
288.5
293.1
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
|
|
|
|
|
industries
|
|
1.7
1.2
1.6 |
-.8
-.2
.6
1.4
1.2 | 134.2 | 135.2
135.4
135.5
135.6
135.8
135.9
Manufacturing ex. selected high-tech
|
|
|
|
|
and motor vehicles and pts.
|
|
1.7
1.2
1.5 |
-1.4
-.2
.6
1.4
1.6 | 134.2 | 135.3
135.5
135.6
135.8
136.0
136.1
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