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Table HS-40

Economic Indicators for Construction and Real Estate, Manufacturing, Retail and Foreign Trade Sector (1900 to 2002)

189 represents 189,000

 
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Economic Indicators for Construction and Real Estate, Manufacturing, Retail and Foreign Trade Sector (1900 to 2002)                                                                                                       
Contracts Awarded1Floorspace (million Square Feet)2(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)125574023855706746959368848519677915103661561471522524104464295136909411,2964482293979461,0601,0601,0381,4751,2791,2881,3061,4861,6952,0172,0032,1012,3372,1542,2032,4142,7112,7382,8432,6432,8203,1293,2492,938(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)122,8103,5424,1143,9193,1022,8052,4553,3873,6613,8533,9353,7563,5943,5163,0202,6342,7993,0623,4113,4543,7764,1264,8125,0924,9864,8274,767
Value3(NA)120.10.10.10.10.10.10.10.10.20.90.80.90.90.81.01.41.71.82.62.62.43.34.04.56.06.46.36.65.84.53.11.41.31.51.82.72.93.23.64.06.08.33.32.03.37.59.211.111.816.617.218.118.820.624.631.632.235.136.336.337.141.345.547.349.350.254.561.768.368.3(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12110.0141.0160.6170.9151.8157.3157.1194.1214.3235.6249.3259.0262.2271.3246.0230.8252.2271.5296.7306.5332.0362.4405.6447.2473.4495.8502.0
Existing One-family Houses Sold4, 5(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)121,5691,5941,6122,0182,2522,3342,2722,4763,0643,6503,9863,8272,9732,4191,9902,6972,8293,1343,4743,4363,5133,3253,2193,1863,4793,7863,9163,8884,1964,3824,9705,2055,1525,2965,566
General Imports (customs Basis)6, 30.90.80.91.01.01.11.21.41.21.31.61.51.71.81.91.72.43.03.03.95.32.53.13.83.64.24.44.24.14.43.12.11.31.51.72.02.43.12.02.32.63.32.83.43.94.24.95.87.16.68.911.010.710.910.211.412.613.012.815.214.714.716.417.118.721.425.526.833.236.040.446.256.470.5102.698.5123.5151.0174.8209.5245.3261.0244.0258.0330.7336.5365.4406.2441.0473.2495.3488.5532.7580.7663.3743.4795.3870.7911.91024.61218.01141.01163.6
Industrial Production Index, Total (1997=100)7(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)1226.227.427.826.029.129.729.932.434.336.640.343.944.847.349.547.948.553.257.557.252.056.060.163.465.363.564.360.962.568.168.869.572.876.377.077.676.378.380.985.289.393.2100.0105.6110.1115.3111.2110.5
Manufacturing Index (1997=100)7(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)1224.225.125.423.726.727.227.329.731.533.637.340.741.443.845.743.644.348.953.353.147.551.756.159.561.258.959.556.258.864.665.767.170.774.374.875.273.776.378.983.788.192.2100.0106.5111.8117.4112.6111.5
Manufacturing Shipments8, 3(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)121862171932242612702982803183333453273633713714004214484925385586036426346717568751,0181,0391,1861,3581,5231,7271,8532,0181,9602,0712,2882,3342,3362,4762,6952,8402,9122,8782,872132,9853,1913,4143,5263,7563,8253,9484,1253,8983,856
New Housing Units Started9, 5189275240253315507487432416492387395426421421433437240118315247449716871893937849810753509330254134931262213193364065156037063561911423261,0231,2681,3621,4661,9521,4911,5041,4381,5511,6461,3491,2241,3821,5171,2521,3131,4631,6031,5291,4731,1651,2921,5081,4671,4342,0522,3572,0451,3381,1601,5381,9872,0201,7451,2921,0841,0621,7031,7501,7421,8051,6211,4881,3761,1931,0141,2001,2881,4571,3541,4771,4741,6171,6411,5691,6031,705
New One-family Houses Sold10, 5(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12560565575461487490448485656718634519549646819817709545436412623639688750671676650534509610666670667757804886880877908973
Retail Sales, Total11, 3(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)12(NA)1248.5(NA)12(NA)12(NA)1224.5(NA)1232.838.342.238.142.046.455.357.263.270.278.0104.8122.4133.6133.8147.2156.5162.4169.1169.1183.9189.7200.0200.4215.4219.5219.0235.6246.7261.9284.1304.0313.8339.3362.9375.2414.2458.5511.9542.0588.1656.4722.0804.2896.8957.41038.01069.41170.21286.91375.01449.61541.31656.21759.01844.61855.92062.5142202.42381.92502.02655.62778.42917.63164.33378.03471.63580.0
Total Exports (f.a.s Basis)6, 31.41.51.41.41.51.51.71.91.91.71.72.02.22.52.42.85.56.26.17.98.24.53.84.24.64.94.84.95.15.23.82.41.61.72.12.32.53.33.13.24.05.18.113.014.39.89.714.412.712.110.315.015.215.815.115.519.120.917.917.620.621.021.723.326.527.530.331.534.638.043.844.750.572.5100.0109.3117.0123.2145.9186.5225.7238.7216.4205.6224.0218.8227.2254.1322.4363.8393.6421.7448.2465.1512.6584.7625.1689.2682.1698.0781.9729.1693.5
Footnotes
1 Source: F. W. Dodge Division, McGraw-Hill Information Systems Company, New York, NY (copyright).
2 For 1929-1955, for 37 states; 1956-1969, for 48 States; thereafter, for 50 states.
3 Billions of dollars.
4 Source: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS, Washington, DC, prior to 1990, Home Sales, monthly, and Home Sales Yearbook: 1990; (copyright); thereafter, Real Estate Outlook; Market Trends & Insights, monthly, (copyright).
5 Thousands
6 U.S. Census Bureau, 1900-1959, Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1970; thereafter, U.S. International Trade Administration, 1960-1996, U.S. Foreign Trade Highlights, annual; beginning 1997, <http://www.ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/usfth/aggregate/H01T03.html> (released 2 February 2003).
7 Source: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Federal Reserve Bulletin, monthly, and Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization, Statistical Release, G. 17, monthly. Total manufacturing series includes manufacturing as defined in the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) plus those industries-logging and newspaper, periodical, book and directory publishing that have traditionally been considered to be manufacturing.
8 U.S. Census Bureau, Current Industrial Reports, Manufacturers' Shipments, Inventories, and Orders: 1992-2001, and December 2002, series M3-1(01) and M3-12(02) and earlier issues. See also <http://www.census.gov/prod/2002pubs/m3-01.pdf> (released June 2002).
9 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Construction Reports, Series C20, Housing Starts, monthly; publication discontinued in 2001. See Internet site <http://www.census.gov/const/www/newresconstindex.html> and New Residential Construction, monthly.
10 Source: U.S. Census Bureau and U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Current Construction Reports, Series C25, Characteristics of New Housing, annual; and New One-Family Houses Sold, monthly; publications discontinued in 2001. See Internet site <http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/const/www/newressalesindex.html> and New Residential Sales, monthly.
11 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Business Reports, Annual Benchmark Report for Retail Trade and Food Services, January 1992 Through March 2003, Series BR/01-A, and earlier reports.
12 Not available.
13 Break in series. Earlier years based on SIC basis. Beginning 1992, based on NAICS. Shipments on SIC basis were $3,005 billion in 1992. Beginning 1992, excludes semiconductor manufacturing.
14 Break in series. Earlier years based on SIC basis. Beginning 1992, based on NAICS and represents retail and food services (NAICS codes 44,45, and 722).
Source

Compiled from sources listed in footnotes.

<http://www.census.gov/const/www/newresconstindex.html>

<http://www.census.gov/const/www/newressalesindex.html>

<http://www.realtor.org/rodesign.nsf/pages/homepage?opendocument>

<http://www.census.gov/ftp/pub/indicator/www/m3/index.htm>

<http://www.federalreserve.gov/releases>

<http://www.census.gov/econ/www/retmenu.html>

<http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/www/>

 
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