Economic Report of the President Transmitted to the Congress
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953
Reports for Jan. 1949- include: The annual economic review by the Council of Economic Advisers (July issue has title: The economic situation at midyear).
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activity adjusted agricultural annual appendix areas August average balance banks billion dollars Billions of dollars budget cash changes Chart construction consumer continued corporate Council of Economic countries December decline defense demand Department Department of Commerce earnings Economic Advisers effective employment equipment Estimates expansion expenditures exports farm Federal financing foreign Fourth quarter Government gross growth hall housing important improved Includes income increase industries interest inventories investment January July June labor force less loans manufacturing March materials ment months needs noted November October output payments percent period plans present problem production profits programs purchases receipts recent reduction Report require Reserve rise saving Seasonally Second Second half Second quarter September Source stability Third quarter tion Total trade United wage workers
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