Third quarter GDP (Third price quote) grows 3.2%

Real GDP increased at a seasonally changed yearly rate of 3.2% throughout the 3rd quarter of 2022, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis’s “Third” price quote. Real GDP reduced 0.6% in the 2nd quarter of 2022.

The “third” price quote of GDP launched today is based upon more total source information than were readily available for the “second” price quote provided last month.  In the 2nd price quote, the boost in genuine GDP was 2.9 percent. The upgraded price quotes mainly showed up modifications to customer costs and nonresidential set financial investment that were partially balanced out by a down modification to personal stock financial investment.

The boost in genuine GDP for the 3rd quarter showed boosts in exports, customer costs, nonresidential set financial investment, state and city government costs, and federal government costs, that were partially balanced out by reductions in domestic set financial investment and personal stock financial investment. Imports, which are a subtraction in the estimation of GDP, reduced

Consumption included 1.54 portion points (pp) to development; this follows a 1.38 pp addition throughout the 2nd quarter of 2022. The boost in PCE was driven by services (led by health care and other services) balanced out by reductions in resilient items (with the biggest fall in automobile parts) and nondurable items (with the biggest fall in food and drinks bought for off-premises usage). Inventories fell, deducting 1.19 pp from GDP. Residential financial investment deducted an overall of 1.42 pp from GDP.

Business financial investment included 0.80 pp from GDP. Investment in copyright included 0.36 pp to GDP while financial investment in structures deducted 0.09 pp.

Government costs increased, including 0.65 pp to GDP. Federal and state-local federal government included 0.24 and 0.41 pp to GDP, respectively.

Read the BEA release.


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