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Annual economic surveys cover selected sectors of the U.S. economy and feature industry and geographic statistics that supplement those published in the economic census. Data are available at the national level, and in some cases, for states, metro areas and counties. These surveys provide interim information that is critical for understanding changes in the nation's economic structure and performance.
The BEA prepares national, regional, industry, and international accounts that present essential information on such key issues as economic growth, regional economic development, interindustry relationships, and the Nation's position in the world economy.
The C2ER Cost of Living Index crosswalks the expense of moving from cities across the United States to Manhattan, NY. Users can export data and locate COLI data in scholarly publications. C2ER COLI data are recognized by the U.S. Census Bureau, US Bureau of Labor Statistics, CNN Money, and the President's Council of Economic Advisors. COLI's data and methodology are reviewed by an Advisory Board composed of academic researchers and government officials.
A monthly report covering consumer price movements. The data is separated into the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers and for Wage Earners and Clerical Workers, reflecting data for U.S. city averages and selected areas. Covers the prices of the necessities of daily life--food, shelter, clothing, transportation, etc.
The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly survey of households conducted by the Bureau of Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It provides a comprehensive body of data on the labor force, employment, unemployment and persons not in the labor force.
The Economic Census from the US Census Bureau provides a detailed portrait of the US economy once every five years, from the national to the local level. Data is available at the industry and geographic level, and the survey of business owners is included.
Access national, state, and metropolitan area data on U.S. foundations and their grants. Find out the assets and giving of the nation's grantmaking foundations, learn how they distribute their grant dollars, and identify the top recipients of their gifts.
Historical compilation of the estimates of the national income and product accounts covered in the Survey of Current Business. These figures show the production, distribution and use of the nation's output.
(Formerly called the Wholesale Price Indexes) A monthly report measuring the average change in prices received by commodity producers in all stages of production, from crude goods to finished products, by commodity and by industry. These indexes are designed to measure real price changes. An annual supplement presents annual averages, cumulated monthly data for the year, and information on weights.
Every year over 130 countries provide the United Nations Statistics Division with their annual international trade statistics, detailed by commodity and partner country. These data are processed into a standard format with consistent coding and valuation. All values are converted into US dollars using exchange rates supplied by the countries, or derived from monthly market rates and volume of trade.