Outlook to 2050 for construction activity across US private sector, federal government, and state/local government.
United States Industry Service
Outlook for 261 industrial, technology, transportation, business services, and entertainment sectors, plus composites and aggregates
The US Industry Service provides a granular outlook for 261 industrial, technology, transportation, business services, and entertainment sectors, plus composites and aggregates. Forecasts are developed using our integrated suite of global economic models, including the Global Industry Model, which ensures that the outlook is internally consistent and accurate and allows easy comparison of sector performance across the entire US economy. Sectors are organised by NAICS code and cover the period 1997 to 2050, with quarterly updates in line with our global industry forecasts.
- Forecasts and historical data for 261 granular industries. A complete and detailed picture of the structure of the US economy and how it evolves over time. Indicators includes industry sales, output and spending, prices earned and paid, rate of profitability, and economic contribution.
- Precise forecasting methodology. Our US industry forecasts follow the NAICS industrial classification, and are derived from and consistent with our global economic and industry models.
- Regular updates. The service is updated once a quarter, drawing on our baseline macroeconomic forecasts for the US and global economies, and our global industry forecasts.
- Quarterly chartbook. Analysis of key drivers and our forecast outlook, with graphical presentation of trends presented by the data.
- Advanced analytical functions. Our web-based databank allows users to quickly build custom queries with complete flexibility and visualise the data in tables, charts, or maps. Searches can be saved for future reference or downloaded to Excel and Adobe formats.
- Economist support. We provide full client support to answer questions about our data or forecasts.
Coverage of 261 sectors, to a high level of granularity:
- Mining 8 industries
- Machinery manufacturing (28 industries)
- Electronics and electrical (31 industries)
- Transportation equipment (25 industries)
- Metals, construction materials, furniture (33 industries)
- Non-Durables manufacturing (30 industries)
- Utilities (16 industries)
- Construction (12 industries)
- Distribution and accommodation (7 industries)
- Transportation by mode (7 industries)
- Information and communications (13 industries)
- Financial and real estate (6 industries)
- Business and professional services (20 industries)
- Public, education, and health care (16 industries)
- Recreation and entertainment (8 industries)
- Gross output in nominal US $ (the sales value of output) measures the size and growth of industry revenues
- Value added and contribution to GDP from each sector
- Price index for each industry's output
- Real output in inflation adjusted dollars measures volume growth in output (e.g. real gross output) and in factor earnings (e.g. real value added); also used as indicator of volatility and correlation with other industries
- Intermediate Consumption, which is their operating expenditures (OpEX) on the inputs and supplies needed to produce output
- Fixed investments (also called CapEx)
- Operating profits before taxes and depreciation (gross operating surplus)
- Gross output in nominal US$ (sales value of output).
- Value added, contribution to GDP from each industry
- Operating profits, measured before taxes and depreciation
- Spending indicators for OpEx and CapEx.
- Pricing power, prices paid and earned. Prices paid for OpEx and CapEx; price of output impacts earnings.
- Real output in inflation adjusted dollars, measures volume by taking out the impact of price inflation. (prices earned) on output and value add.
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