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Gross Domestic Purchases

Quarterly, Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce: Bureau of Economic Analysis. It is the market value of goods and services purchased by U.S. residents, regardless of where those goods and services were produced. Equivalently, it is gross domestic product (GDP) minus net exports of goods and services.
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Gross Domestic Purchases2015-01-0118251.10000000 (Billions)

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ReplyMnakash - 1 month ago
This is great
ReplyJiangpengju1985@yahoo - 1 month ago
i like it very much
ReplyRyi - 6 months ago
please add baltic dry index
ReplyGurufocus - 11 months ago
@JOHHNYBULL, if you mean GDP, it is already included here.
ReplyJOHHNYBULL - 11 months ago
would you consider including quarterly gross output data in the economic indicators section. it is published by the bureau of economic analysis. some think it may be somewhat of a leading indicator.
ReplyPravchaw - 11 months ago
and % change - like in the interactive chart.
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ReplyFletchercole - 11 months ago
For some of these data series it would be very helpful to have the option of choosing a logarithmic scale for the Y-Axis.

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