1. GDP Growth
Real GDP Growth 1960 -2012
Since 1960, annual American real GDP growth has been following a falling trend year-on-year.
2. Leading & Composite Indicators
The United States Growth Monitor: Note to Users
Use of these data should be made in the recognition that World Economics shall not have any liability for these data or bear any responsibility for any actions taken based on these data, and in no event shall be liable for damages of any sort arising from use of these data.
World Economics will update the monitor on a regular basis as further data becomes available.
GDP, Penn Data Tables
GDP, National Bureau of Statistics
Board LEI, Conference Board
Coincident Economic Activity Index, Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Board Consumer Perception, Conference Board
Business Surveys, ISM
Economics Sales Managers’ Index, World Economics
& Car Sales, US Bureau of Census
Production, Federal Reserve
Generation, US Energy Information Administration
Gasoline Sales, FHWA
Vehicle Travel, US Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration
Consumer Loans, Federal Reserve
Consumer Assessment, IPSOS