BEA – Survey of Current Business, October 2013
GDP and the Economy: Third Estimates for the Second Quarter of 2013 (PDF) - Real GDP rose 2.5 percent after rising 1.1 percent in the first quarter of 2013. Business investment and exports turned up. Inventory investment and consumer spending slowed.
Real Inventories, Sales, and Inventory-Sales Ratios for Manufacturing and Trade for the Fourth Quarter of 2009 to the Second Quarter of 2013 (PDF) - These statistics, including those for inventories for manufacturing by stage of fabrication, have been updated to reflect the 2013 comprehensive NIPA revision
Inventories, sales - Fixed Assets and Consumer Durable Goods for 2003–2012: Results of the 2013 Comprehensive Revision of the NIPAs (PDF) These statistics on the net stock of equipment and software, on business and government structures, and on consumer durable goods have been updated to reflect the 2013 comprehensive NIPA revision
Fixed assets and consumer durable goods - U.S. International Services: Cross-Border Trade in 2012 and Services Supplied Through Affiliates in 2011 (PDF) In 2012, the surplus on the cross-border trade in private services was $213.5 billion. In 2011, services supplied by foreign affiliates of U.S. multinational companies exceeded the services supplied by the U.S. affiliates of foreign multinational companies by $533.1 billion. Tables; International services
U.S. International Transactions: Second Quarter of 2013 (PDF) The current-account deficit decreased $6.0 billion to $98.9 billion. In the financial account, net financial inflows increased $32.7 billion to $73.1 billion. Tables; International transactions
U.S. International Investment Position at the End of the Second Quarter of 2013 (PDF) The position decreased $267.6 billion to –$4,504.1 billion for the second quarter, reflecting a decrease of $338.2 billion in the value of foreign-owned assets in the United States and a decrease of $605.8 billion in the value of U.S.-owned assets abroad. International investment position
Gross Domestic Product by Metropolitan Area: Advance Statistics for 2012 and Revised Statistics for 2001–2011 (PDF) Real GDP increased in 305 of the nations’s 381 metropolitan areas, reflecting growth in durable-goods manufacturing, wholesale and retail trade, and financial activities.