By_Marcela_pd_via_Wikimedia_Commons Consumer Price Index

In April 2022 growth in Consumer Prices moderates

CPI contunued to grow in April 2022 but on the smaller pace than in the two previous months, as consumer prices continue to creep higher.

Gross Domestic Product

U.S. Economy contracted by -1.4 % in the first-quarter of 2022

The Gross domestic product, the measurement of the nations output declined in the first-quarter of 2022, as government cuts its outlays and foreign demand for American products slows.

Factory Orders

New orders have dropped in March 2022

Booking continued to fell after last month decrease of -0.50%, but unfilled orders improved by 0.49 % to $1,295 billions.

new_home_construction_build_architecture_industry_wood_house_home-493867 Housing Starts

April 202 housing starts fell by -3.8 %

The construction of new homes, as well as the issuance of new building permits declined in April 202, following gain in previous period.

New housing units authorized by region

New housing units started by region

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March The inventories grew 2.9 %

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U.S. economy continue to add jobs in April 2022

The nonfarm payrolls grew 428,000 in April 2022, as faster hiring puts more money in the hands of consumers, what usually leads to an increase in spending,

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Durable Goods orders rebounded in March 2022

U.S. Durable Goods orders grew again after dipping in the last month, excluding defense booking grew even faster 1.76 %. That category excludes defense and gives a better indication of longer-term trends in the private sector.

Durable goods shipments by industry

Durable goods new orders by industry

Retail Sales

Retail sales growth continues to slow in March 2022

The growth in retail and food services sales, continues to slow, after the slowdown in February 2022, as as the americans shop less over the internet, soften total sales.

Advance monthly sales full report

Advance monthly sales growth

International Trade

U.S. Trade gap at $109.8 billion in March 2022

The U.S. trade gap widened in March 2022 as the demand of foreign goods and services out-grows exports.

Exports of Goods by Selected Countries & Areas

Imports of crude oil and petroleum products

turn-on-2932999__340 Producer Price Index

Producer prices continued to grow in March 2022

U.S. Wholesale prices continued to rise in March 2022, adding to inflationary worries.

Price changes on the whole-sale level

Price changes by category


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In March 2022 growth in construction spending slows

Outlays for U.S. construction projects continue to grow but on the slower pace, mainly because of shrinking construction spending for amusement and recreation projects by -2.1 %.

Construction spending by category

Growth in construction outlays

factory_night_long_exposure_industry_power_industrial_energy_global-589754 Industrial production

Industrial production continued to grow in March 2022

Production by industry

Capacity utilization by industry

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Consumer dipped into their savings to ramp up spending in March 2022, as spending increase outpaced growth in disposable income, according to the latest government data.

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Real Hourly Compensation continues to drop during the fourth-quarter of 2021

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