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FRED Blog — How Y=C+I+G has evolved : 70 years of quarterly national account data

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FRED now has 70 years of quarterly national accounts data for the United States, which is an opportunity to look back at how the U.S. economy may have changed since 1947. In the graph above, we look at the three main expenditure components of real gross national product: real consumption, real investment, and real government expenses. They’re normalized to 100 for the first quarter of 1947, to make them more comparable.... FRED BlogHow Y=C+I+G has evolved : 70 years of quarterly national account data

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FRED now has 70 years of quarterly national accounts data for the United States, which is an opportunity to look back at how the U.S. economy may have changed since 1947. In the graph above, we look at the three main expenditure components of real gross national product: real consumption, real investment, and real government expenses. They’re normalized to 100 for the first quarter of 1947, to make them more comparable....
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How Y=C+I+G has evolved : 70 years of quarterly national account data

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