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Basic Info

US Real GDP is measured as the Gross Domestic Product in the US, adjusted for inflation. Gross Domestic Product is the total value of goods produced and services provided in the US. Real GDP is a vital indicator to analyze the health of the economy. Two quarters of consecutive negative real GDP growth officially signifies a recession. Additionally, GDP is used by the FOMC as a gauge to make their interest rate decisions. In the post World War II boom years, US Real GDP grew as high as 12.8% in a year, but in the late 20th century 0-5% growth was more the norm.

US Real GDP is at a current level of 18.78T, up from 18.60T last quarter and down from 19.25T one year ago. This is a change of 1.01% from last quarter and -2.44% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 18.78T
Latest Period Dec 2020
Last Updated Feb 25 2021, 08:41 EST
Next Release Mar 25 2021, 08:30 EDT (R)
Average Growth Rate 3.05%
Value from 1 Year Ago 19.25T
Change from 1 Year Ago -2.44%
Frequency Quarterly
Unit Chained 2012 USD
Adjustment Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate
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Historical Data

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Date Value
December 31, 2020 18.78T
September 30, 2020 18.60T
June 30, 2020 17.30T
March 31, 2020 19.01T
December 31, 2019 19.25T
September 30, 2019 19.14T
June 30, 2019 19.02T
March 31, 2019 18.95T
December 31, 2018 18.81T
September 30, 2018 18.75T
June 30, 2018 18.65T
March 31, 2018 18.53T
December 31, 2017 18.36T
September 30, 2017 18.19T
June 30, 2017 18.05T
March 31, 2017 17.98T
December 31, 2016 17.88T
September 30, 2016 17.76T
June 30, 2016 17.67T
March 31, 2016 17.61T
December 31, 2015 17.51T
September 30, 2015 17.49T
June 30, 2015 17.42T
March 31, 2015 17.31T
December 31, 2014 17.14T
Date Value
September 30, 2014 17.05T
June 30, 2014 16.84T
March 31, 2014 16.62T
December 31, 2013 16.66T
September 30, 2013 16.53T
June 30, 2013 16.40T
March 31, 2013 16.38T
December 31, 2012 16.24T
September 30, 2012 16.22T
June 30, 2012 16.20T
March 31, 2012 16.13T
December 31, 2011 16.00T
September 30, 2011 15.82T
June 30, 2011 15.83T
March 31, 2011 15.71T
December 31, 2010 15.75T
September 30, 2010 15.67T
June 30, 2010 15.56T
March 31, 2010 15.42T
December 31, 2009 15.36T
September 30, 2009 15.19T
June 30, 2009 15.13T
March 31, 2009 15.16T
December 31, 2008 15.33T
September 30, 2008 15.67T

Basic Info

US Real GDP is measured as the Gross Domestic Product in the US, adjusted for inflation. Gross Domestic Product is the total value of goods produced and services provided in the US. Real GDP is a vital indicator to analyze the health of the economy. Two quarters of consecutive negative real GDP growth officially signifies a recession. Additionally, GDP is used by the FOMC as a gauge to make their interest rate decisions. In the post World War II boom years, US Real GDP grew as high as 12.8% in a year, but in the late 20th century 0-5% growth was more the norm.

US Real GDP is at a current level of 18.78T, up from 18.60T last quarter and down from 19.25T one year ago. This is a change of 1.01% from last quarter and -2.44% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 18.78T
Latest Period Dec 2020
Last Updated Feb 25 2021, 08:41 EST
Next Release Mar 25 2021, 08:30 EDT (R)
Average Growth Rate 3.05%
Value from 1 Year Ago 19.25T
Change from 1 Year Ago -2.44%
Frequency Quarterly
Unit Chained 2012 USD
Adjustment Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate
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