Subjects include: National Health Expenditures, Educational Attainment-- Race and Ethnicity, Crimes and Crime Rates--Types, Child Abuse and Neglect Cases--Victim Characteristics, Federal Budget-- Summary, Department of Defense Manpower, Civilian Employment in Occupations with the Largest Job Growth, Civilian Employment in Fastest Growing & Declining Occupations, Gross State Product, Gross Domestic Product, Personal Income, & Expenditures, Disposable Personal Income Per Capita, by State, Consumer Price Indexes--Major Groups, Consumer Price Indexes--Selected Items, Money Market Interest Rates and Mortgage Rates, Bond and Stock Dividend Yields, Establishments, Employees, and Payroll, Bankruptcy Cases--States, Energy Supply and Disposition, Motor Vehicle Registrations--States, New Privately-Owned Housing Units Started, Characteristics of New Privately-Owned 1 Family Houses, Retail Sales, by Kind of Business, U.S. Exports and Imports of Merchandise, U.S. Exports and General Imports--Selected SITC Commodities, and Population and Land Area--Countries. Also, state rankings, state and county profiles, Retail trade, Wholesale trade, Consumer installment credit, Building permits and Housing starts, New home sales, New home mortgage rate, New construction, Manufacturing, Index of industrial production, Foreign trade, Money supply (M1), Consumer and Producer Price Indexes, Interest rates, Civilian labor force and unemployment, Index of leading indicators, Personal income, and Gross domestic product.
UCSD students faculty and staff should contact the library for additional information about local access to the full Datastream product.
Federal funds (effective) Commercial paper 1-month, 3-month, 6-month Finance paper placed directly 1-month, 3-month, 6-month Bankers acceptances (top rated) 3-month, 6-month CDs (secondary market) 1-month, 3-month, 6-month Eurodollar deposits (London) 1-month, 3-month, 6-month Bank prime loan Discount window borrowing U.S. government securities Treasury bills Auction average 3-month, 6-month, 1-year Secondary market 3-month, 6-month, 1-year Treasury constant maturities 3-month, 6-month, 1-year, 2-year, 3-year, 5-year, 7-year, 10-year, 20-year (historical), 20-year, 30-year Composite Over 10 years (long-term) Corporate bonds Moody's seasoned Aaa, Baa A-utility State & local bonds Conventional mortgages
Monthly Money Stock Tables Table 1 M1, M2, M3, and L (SA and NSA) Table 2 Components of M1, Non-M1 M2, and Non-M2 M3 (SA) Table 3 Time and Savings Deposits (SA) Table 4 Money Market Funds, RPs, Eurodollars, Non-M3 Components of L and Debt (SA) Table 5 Components of M1, Non-M1 M2, and Non-M2 M3 (NSA) Table 6 Time and Savings Deposits (NSA) Table 7 Money Market Funds, RPs, Eurodollars, Non-M3 Components of L, and Debt (NSA) Table 8 Memorandum Items (NSA) Weekly Money Stock Tables Table 9 M1 and Its Components (SA and NSA) currency, non-bank travellers checks, demand deposits, ocd's at banks and thrifts Table 10 M2, M3, Non-M1 M2, and Non-M2 M3 (SA and NSA) Table 11 Time and Savings Deposits (SA) Table 12 Time and Savings Deposits (NSA) Table 13 Money Market Funds, RPs, and Eurodollars (SA and NSA) Table 14 Memorandum Items (NSA)
Those not familiar with statistical software packages may download the Florida Ballot Tabulator, created by Elliot Jaspin of Cox New Service. This vote tabulator is a programmed interface that allows users to examine various ballot counts that would result from the various recount strategies considered by election officials, presidential candidates, and the various courts.
Functionality: You can choose from one of several categories of data, then choose one or more tables from that category and choose annual or quarterly, and finally choose one or more items from the tables. The results you obtain include a chart, an HTML table of the data, and an opportunity to ftp a copy of the raw data you have chosen.
Content: The data are presented in two historical series - Annual and Quarterly - from 1959 forward, and were obtained from the STAT-USA (BEA) WWW site. National income and product accounts (NIPA) show the value and composition of the Nation's output and the distribution of incomes generated in its production. The accounts include estimates of gross domestic product(GDP) - the market value of the Nation's output of goods and services - in current and real terms, GDP price measures, the goods and services that make up GDP in current and real terms, national income, personal income, and corporate profits. In addition, BEA produces specialized measures such as estimates of auto and truck output, GDP of corporate business, housing output, and business inventory and sales. Estimates of gross product originating by aindustry are prepared annually in current and real terms. Measures of the inventory and fixed capital stocks consistent with NIPA output measures are also provided. Further, the accounts provide a consistent framework within which estimates of analytic interest - such as the role of research and development in the U.S. economy or the interaction of the economy and environment - can be studied. Data conversion, statistical programming, and html and cgi development were done by Patrick Yott.
UCSD Users Note: you should be able to connect to Stat-USA freely while using your ucsd computer account. If you are refused access or if Stat-USA asks for a user name and password, please let the government documents deptartment in the Geisel Library know about this.
The purpose of SIPP is: "To collect source and amount of income, labor force information, program participation and eligibility data, and general demographic characteristics to measure the effectiveness of existing Federal, state, and local programs; to estimate future costs and coverage for government programs such as food stamps; and to provide improved statistics on the distribution of income in the Nation. " The survey design is a continuous series of national panels, with sample size ranging from approximately 14,000 to 36,700 interviewed households. The duration of each panel ranges from 2 1/2 years to 4 years. The SIPP sample is a multistage-stratified sample of the U.S. civilian noninstitutionalized population. For the 1984-1993 Panels, a new panel of households was introduced each year in February. A new 4-year 1996 Panel was introduced in April 1996.