Real GDP Growth 1961 -2013
Since 1961, annual American real GDP growth has been following a falling trend year-on-year.
Leading & Composite Indicators
The United States Growth Monitor: Note to Users
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Long term GDP, National Bureau of Statistics
Short term GDP, National Bureau of Statistics
OECD Composite Leading Indicators (CLI)
Conference Board LEI, Conference Board
World Economics Sales Managers’ Index, World Economics
IPSOS Consumer Assessment, IPSOS
Nielsen Consumer Confidence, Nielsen
Conference Board Consumer Perception, Conference Board
Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index
Retail, US Bureau of Census
Car Sales, Motor Intelligence
Nonfarm Payroll Employment
ISM Business Surveys, ISM
Industrial Production, Federal Reserve
Electricity Consumption, US Energy Information Administration
Electricity Generation, US Energy Information Administration