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Table Data - Changes in Net Stock of Produced Assets: Nominal holding gains or losses (-): Real holding gains or losses: Private inventories

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Title Changes in Net Stock of Produced Assets: Nominal holding gains or losses (-): Real holding gains or losses: Private inventories
Series ID K100681A027NBEA
Source U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Release Gross Domestic Product
Seasonal Adjustment Not Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency Annual
Units Billions of Dollars
Date Range 1951-01-01 to 2022-01-01
Last Updated 2023-11-20 2:12 PM CST
Notes
DATE VALUE
1951-01-01 -4.311
1952-01-01 -14.300
1953-01-01 -4.944
1954-01-01 -0.994
1955-01-01 -6.362
1956-01-01 0.443
1957-01-01 -1.553
1958-01-01 1.778
1959-01-01 -4.208
1960-01-01 -1.737
1961-01-01 -0.729
1962-01-01 -0.261
1963-01-01 -5.019
1964-01-01 -2.854
1965-01-01 2.592
1966-01-01 -2.753
1967-01-01 -6.165
1968-01-01 -4.924
1969-01-01 -0.790
1970-01-01 -5.639
1971-01-01 -2.874
1972-01-01 9.515
1973-01-01 32.572
1974-01-01 -1.302
1975-01-01 -21.715
1976-01-01 -8.710
1977-01-01 -11.698
1978-01-01 25.770
1979-01-01 23.235
1980-01-01 9.958
1981-01-01 -56.299
1982-01-01 -30.274
1983-01-01 5.405
1984-01-01 -22.353
1985-01-01 -40.816
1986-01-01 -41.163
1987-01-01 10.896
1988-01-01 21.571
1989-01-01 -20.851
1990-01-01 -21.494
1991-01-01 -53.850
1992-01-01 -16.173
1993-01-01 -10.896
1994-01-01 -11.267
1995-01-01 6.950
1996-01-01 -25.714
1997-01-01 -45.176
1998-01-01 -58.675
1999-01-01 4.734
2000-01-01 -2.326
2001-01-01 -62.018
2002-01-01 3.223
2003-01-01 18.946
2004-01-01 23.210
2005-01-01 14.682
2006-01-01 -17.718
2007-01-01 72.025
2008-01-01 -84.137
2009-01-01 36.726
2010-01-01 102.012
2011-01-01 68.315
2012-01-01 -13.907
2013-01-01 -28.611
2014-01-01 -53.298
2015-01-01 -161.544
2016-01-01 13.838
2017-01-01 21.921
2018-01-01 11.059
2019-01-01 -50.766
2020-01-01 8.008
2021-01-01 367.726
2022-01-01 -40.236

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