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C 5.\58:M j-lloli~)-L


t' F Manufacturers' Shipments,

Inventories, and Orders


JUNE 1986
U.S. Department of Commerce M3-1(86)-6
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS For Wire Transmission 10:00 a.m. E.D.T. Thursday, July 31, 1986

(All Figures in text are in seasonally adjusted current dollars)


SUMMARY. New orders for manufactured goods in June declined
T$O- billion or 0.3 percent to $191.5 billion. New orders
have been declining since the high in December of $201.2
billion, except for a 0.1 percent increase in April.
Durable goods orders in June were revised down to a 0.1
percent increase from the earlier reported 2.1 percent
increase; the revision was primarily in defense orders.
Excluding defense, durable goods orders were up 1.3 percent
as compared to a 1.0 percent increase in the earlier report.
Orders for nondurable goods in June declined $0.6 billion or
0.7 percent to $88.9 billion.
Shipments of manufactured goods in June showed no
change from May at $193.1 billion. An increase in durable
goods of $0.5 billion or 0.5 percent to $104.2 billion was
offset by a decline in nondurables of $0.5 billion or 0.6
percent to $88.9 billion. Unfilled orders held by
manufacturers at the end of June were $364.9 billion, down
$1.6 billion or 0.4 percent from May. Nearly all unfilled
orders are for durable goods, which were also down 0.4
percent to $354.2 billion.
Manufacturers' inventories in June were unchanged from
May at $278.3 billion, maintaining the inventories to
shipments ratio the same as May at 1.44. By stage of
fabrication, increases in materials and supplies of 0.4
percent and work in process of 0.5 percent were offset by a
decline in finished goods of 1.1 percent. The finished
goods decline was mostly in nonelectrical machinery.
NEW ORDERS. Durable goods orders in June showed little
change from May although there were large offsetting
movements, mostly in electrical machinery and transportation
equipment. Electrical machinery orders increased $3.3
billion or 22.7 percent to $18.0 billion, following declines
in May of 5.3 percent and April of 9.4 percent.
Transportation equipment orders declined $4.4 billion or
15.9 percent to $23.5 billion; the aircraft and parts
industry declined $4.7 billion or 47.0 percent to $5.3
billion, more than offsetting the 39.8 percent increase in
May.

The decrease in new orders for nondurable goods of 0.7
percent was caused by a large decline in petroleum products,
where orders are equal to shipments for the month. There
were partially offsetting increases in several other
industries.


SHIPMENTS. The increase in durable goods shipments resulted
from increases in the machinery industries. Electrical
machinery increased $0.8 billion or 5.2 percent to $16.3
billion and nonelectrical increased $0.7 billion or 4.4
percent to $17.5 billion. Shipments of transportation
equipment were down $0.8 billion or 3.1 percent to $25.8
billion, as the motor vehicle industry declined $0.5 billion
or 3.2 percent to $16.4 billion. Primary metals declined
$0.4 billion or 3.9 percent to $9.5 billion.
Nondurable goods shipments were down 0.6 percent with
the specific industries showing a mixed pattern of change.
Petroleum products declined $1.4 billion or 10.9 percent to
$11.3 billion. This is the sixth decline in the last seven
months since reaching a recent high in November 1985 of
$17.0 billion. Chemical products also declined, down $0.2
billion or 1.3 percent to $17.1 billion, and foods were down
$0.3 billion or 1.2 percent to $25.5 billion. Partially
offsetting these declines were increases in textiles,
apparel, paper, and printing and publishing.

UNFILLED ORDERS. Unfilled orders were down 0.4 percent with
declines in transportation equipment of $2.3 billion or 1.4
percent to $158.6 billion and nonelectrical machinery of
$0.6 billion or 1.0 percent to $56.2 billion. The largest
increase in unfilled orders was in electrical machinery, up
$1.6 billion or 2.0 percent to $84.3 billion. Most of the
decline in transportation was in aircraft and parts with
most of the increase in electrical machinery in
communication equipment.

INVENTORIES. Inventories in June at $278.3 billion were
about the same as May. Inventories have been generally
declining since March 1985 when they were estimated at
$286.2 billion. In June, the individual durable goods
industries showed a mix of increases and decreases of about
2.0 percent or less. Nondurable goods industries showed a
similar pattern, except tobacco and leather products which
had slightly larger declines.

SCHEDULED RELEASE DATES. The advance report on durable
goods for July is scheduled for release on August 22, 1986
at 8:30 a.m. and the full report on September 2, 1986 at
10:00 a.m.


Address inquiries concerning these figures to U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the C N. ashington, D.C. 20233.
or call Ruth Runyan or Kathleen Menth, (301) 763-2502.
For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C 4 his press release is also
available on the date of issue through the Census Bureau's online information service-CENDATA'. The online version of the report can
be read from a terminal screen, printed on- or off-line, or copied to a computer file for future use. CENDATA is available from Dialog
Information Services, Inc. (800/334-2564). Further information about accessing CENDATA can be obtained from Dialog. The CENDATA
Staff at the Bureau of the Census (301/763-2074) can provide content information and general guidance, or write for a brochure to CENDATA.
DUSD, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233.


CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS








Table 1. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' SHIPMENTS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted

Monthly Percent change Monthly Year to date
Industry --- ------ --- -- -- -- ------ ------ ---- --- "
SIC June May Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar.- June May Apr. Mar.
Code 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 JuneP Mayr Apr. 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 1986P 1985

All manufacturing industries 193,121 193,068 196,132 191,051 0.0 -1.6 +2.7 206,393 195,769 197,446 200,540 1,178,959 1,171,304


Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders................... 108,174 105,976 108,249 105,851 +2.1 -2.1 +2.3


32
322
33
331
333-9

34
341
35
351
352
353

354
356
357
36
361,2


363
365
366
367
37
371
372,6
3731,95

38
381-4

386
24,25,
39



20
201
208
207
203-6,9
21
22
26
261-3,6
265
264
28
281,6

283,4
29
30
23,27,
31


104,218 103,672 106,592
85,292 84,162 86,212
4,889 4,942 5,108
414 412 457
9,472 9,852 10,122
3,891 4,066 4,123


4,410
14,125
963
17,521
1,238
824

2,755
906
1,501
4,574
16,334


2,124
1,495
1,037
5,502
3,233
25,785
16,449
7,839

690
4,677


4,651 4,730
14,145 14,553
988 981
16,784 17,932
1,199 1,228
807 943

2,882 3,179
838 838
1,396 1,673
3,940 4,010
15,520 15,539


2,078 2,038
1,407 1,405
957 1,021
5,068 5,077
3,253 3,273
26,610 27,517
16,992 18,080
8,106 7,882

716 702
4,648 4,613


Durable goods industries..........
With unfilled orders............
Stone, clay, and glass products.
Glass containers..............
Primary metals ..................
Blast furnaces, steel mills...
Nonferrous and other primary
metals......................
Fabricated metal products.......
Metal cans. barrels, and drums
Machinery, except electrical....
Engines and turbines..........
Farm machinery and equipment..
Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment..
Metalworking machinery........
General industrial machinery..
Office and computing machines.
Electrical machinery............
Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus.........
Household appliances..........
Radio and TV..................
Communication equipment.......
Electronic components.........
Transportation equipment........
Motor vehicles and parts......
Aircraft, missiles, and parts.
Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................
Instruments and related products
Scientific and engineering
instruments..................
Photographic goods............

All other durable goods.........

Nondurable goods industries.......
With unfilled orders............
Food and kindred products.......
Meat products.................
Beverages.....................
Fats and oils.................
All other foods...............
Tobacco products................
Textile mill products...........
Paper and allied products.......
Pulp, paper etc...............
Paperboard containers.........
All other paper products......
Chemicals and allied products...
Industrial chemicals, except
pigments ......................
Drugs, snaps, and toiletries..
Petroleum and coal products .....
Rubber and plastics products....

All other nondurable goods......

Market categories:
Hom goods and apparel..........
Consumer staples ................
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive ..............
Automotive equipment............
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products ......
Other materials, supplies, and
Intermediate products..........

Supplementary serIes:2
Capital goods ndustrie s........
Nondefense ....................
Deftense.......................

Household durable goods
industrIes .....................


88,903
22,882
25,492
5,680
3,858
1,029
11,703
2,149
4,449
9,140
3,847
1,781
3,512
17,056

5,737
5,103
11,257
4.013


89,396 89,540
21,814 22,037
25,791 25,279
5,402 5,578
4,091 4,005
1,134 1,038
11,832 11,462
2,057 1,570
4,255 4,487
8,853 8,917
3,686 3,745
1,808 1,837
3,359 3,335
17,273 18,363

5,680 5.876
5,064 5,105
12,629 12,344
4,044 4,016


15,347 14,494 14,564


14,005 13,208 13,362
17,141 36,956 15.92o0

30,720 29,679 30.384
18,275 18,744 19,899

18,119 18,286 18,765

74,841 76,195 77,802


35,151 14,068 34.688
27.252 26,982 27,355
7,899 7.486 7,133


102,693 +0.5 -2.7 +3.8
84,147 +1.3 -2.4 +2.5
4,784 -1.1 -3.2 +6.8
401 +0.5 -9.8 +14.0
9,833 -3.9 -2.7 +2.9
3,926 -4.3 -1.4 +5.0

4,762 -5.2 -1.7 -0.7
13,733 -0.1 -2.8 +6.0
846 -2.5 +0.7 +16.0
17,377 +4.4 -6.4 +3.2
1,398 +3.3 -2.4 -12.2
835 +2.1 -14.4 +12.9

3,066 -4.4 -9.3 +3.7
903 +8.1 0.0 -7.2
1,414 +7.5 -16.6 +18.3
4,099 +16.1 -1.7 -2.2
16,187 +5.2 -0.1 -4.0


2,230 +2.2 +2.0 -8.6
1,385 +6.3 +0.1 +1.4
1,043 +8.4 -6.3 -2.1
5,477 +8.6 -0.2 -7.3
3,432 -0.6 -0.6 -4.6
25,030 -3.1 -3.3 +9.9
16,112 -3.2 -6.0 +12.2
7,462 -3.3 +2.8 +5.6

690 -3.6 +2.0 +1.7
4,591 +0.6 +0.8 +0.5

2,960 -0.1 +1.0 +3.3
1,467 +2.7 +0.7 -6.1

11,158 +2.2 -0.3 +0.4

88,358 -0.6 -0.2 +1.3
21,704 +4.9 -1.0 +1.5
24,764 -1.2 +2.0 +2.1
5,435 +5.1 -3.2 +2.6
3,925 -5.7 +2.1 +2.0
1,044 -9.3 +9.2 -0.6
11,122 -1.1 +3.2 +3.1
2,155 +4.5 +31.0 -27.1
4,299 +4.6 -5.2 +4.4
8,462 +3.2 -0.7 +5.4
3,587 +4.4 -1.6 +4.4
1,730 -1.5 -1.6 +6.2
3,145 +4.6 +0.7 +6.0
17,068 -1.3 -5.9 +7.6

5,708 +1.0 -3.3 +2.9
4,767 +0.8 -0.8 +7.1
12,798 -10.9 +2.3 -3.5
3,921 -0.8 +0.7 +2.4

14,891 +5.9 -0.5 -2.2


13,528 +6.0 -1.2 -1.2
35,765 +0.5 +2.9 +0.4

30,412 +3.5 -2.3 -0.1
17,822 -2.5 -5.8 +11.7

17,969 -0.8 -2.6 +4.4

75,555 -1.8 -2.1 +3.0


34,383 +3.2 -1.8 +0.9
27.304 +2.5 -2.8 +0.2
7.079 +5.5 +2.1 +3.6


7.4 71 569 63 65 4. .


115,641 107,157 108,627 111,740

113.724 106,469 108,655 109,751
92,382 85,437 86,667 89,521
5,381 5,108 5,171 4,841
462 431 465 432
10,158 10,262 10,621 10,691
4,222 4,180 4,342 4.299


4,639 4,828 4,929
15,274 14,552 14,754
1,091 1,024 962
19,337 16,903 17,666
1,374 1,229 1,275
906 911 1,055

3,011 2,960 3,122
951 817 825
1,548 1,416 1,608
5,169 3,633 3,513
17,560 15,504 15,549


2,285 2,071 2,048
1,643 1,422 1,416
1,203 877 905
5,944 5,123 5,188
3,430 3,328 3,401
28,910 28,219 28,953
18,823 18,574 19,478
8,517 8,069 7,796

717 721 673
5,021 4,569 4,446

3,272 3,019 2,957
1,572 1,374 1,306

12,083 11,352 11,495

92,669 89,300 88,791
23,259 21,720 21,960
26,697 25,708 24,635
5,799 5,478 5,377
4.437 4,381 4,189
1,044 1,122 994
12,031 11,335 10,889
2,355 1,985 1,542
4,869 4,328 4,454
9,547 8,886 8,989
4,046 3,771 3,821
1,856 1,808 1,843
3,645 3,307 3,325
18,198 17,912 19,016

6,081 5,771 6,111
5,450 4,791 4,722
11,621 12,573 12.029
4,327 4,036 4,078

15,055 13,872 14,048


14,535 12,586 12,816
38,819 36,507 35,049

31,409 29,597 29,832
20.820 20,449 21,553

19,845 18,937 19,082

78,965 77,691 79,114


18,190 31,908 364,068
29,912 26,401 26,730
8,258 7,507 7.318


7?527 6.539 6.586


5,153
14,362
840
18,846
1,598
980

3,066
992
1,471
4,554
17,024


2,420
1,452
1,054
5,875
3,538
27,533
17,879
7,995

720
4,832

3,182
1,468


647,561 632,757

639,186 624,130


515,779
29,473
2,585
62,056
25,565

28,910
85,835
5,548
104,647
7,768
5,465

17,867
5,219
8,911
22,858
95,138


12,809
8,560
5,910
31,787
19,940
167,857
111,825
46,566

4,143
27,807

18,415
8,328


11,622 66,373


90,789
22,219
25,646
5,359
3,898
1,069
12,056
2,069
4,708
8,819
3,770
1,806
3,243
18,565

6,187
5,063
12,320
3,926


539,773
131.782
151.366
32,672
23,946
6,436
68,844
10.568
26,761
53,569
22,633
10,914
20,022
109,590

35,921
30,251
77.842
24,074


507,856
28,340
2,402
65,225
27,342

30,288
82,221
5,647
107,608
7,739
5,499

16,773
5,099
8,423
27,137
91,449


12,329
8,568
5,311
30,388
20,311
159,332
106,506
42,460

5.060
28,141

18,624
8,356

61.814


36.^.
27 ,46'
95,4 8
24,52


14,736 86,003 a8,I?


14,069
36,686

32,561
19,765


79,27 76.725
215.814 20(,26

180,112 179,7'
123,201 1 ?

107,9 l.h4

47*;.,Hs .9,-2:


36,827 20.5, 1
29.164 161.231
?,463 44,286


7.246 60.296


19. Pl^
2 1 ,2


See footnotes at end of table 2.


3,087 3,090 3,058
1,425 1,388 1,378

11,415 11,171 11,208









Table 2. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' NEW ORDERS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted[

Monthly Percent change Monthly Year to date
Industry -
SIC June May Apr. Mar. May- Apr. Mar.- June May Apr. Mar.
Code 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 JuneP Mayr Apr. 986P 1986r 1986 1986 1986P 1985

All manufacturing industries 191,536 192,122 193,151 192,996 -0.3 -0.5 +0.1 201,328 191,789 194,594 205,866 1,183,420 1,178,966

Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders.................. 106,589 105,030 105,268 107,796 +1.5 -0.2 -2.3 110,576 103,177 105,775 117,066 652,022 640,418

Durable goods industries.......... 102,677 102,624 103,747 104,682 +0.1 -1.1 -0.9 108,895 102,415 105,748 115,035 643,282 631,412
With unfilled orders............ 83,751 83,114 83,367 86,136 +0.8 -0.3 -3.2 87,553 81,383 83,760 94,805 519,875 515,138
32 Stone, clay, and glass products. 4,910 4,840 4,998 4,832 +1.4 -3.2 +3.4 5,364 5,053 5,075 4,911 29,592 28,514
33 Primary metals................... 9,328 8,831 9,625 9,762 +5.6 -8.2 -1.4 9,393 8,768 9,577 11,019 61,693 66,373
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills... 3,820 3,443 3,918 4,110 +10.9 -12.1 -4.7 3,708 3,309 3,757 4,785 25,310 27,782
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals...................... 4,327 4,202 4,263 4,463 +3.0 -1.4 -4.5 4,449 4,232 4,340 4,949 28,427 30,760
34 Fabricated metal products....... 13,990 14,024 14,653 13,141 -0.2 -4.3 +11.5 15,267 14,507 14,708 14,168 85,709 81,803
35 Machinery, except electrical.... 16,940 16,441 16,800 16,081 +3.0 -2.1 +4.5 18,443 16,629 16,739 17,542 102,145 108,769
351 Engines and turbines.......... 1,188 1,115 1,253 1,095 +6.5 -11.0 +14.4 1,134 1,239 1,216 1,301 7,438 6,944
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.. 2,525 2,751 2,970 2,778 -8.2 -7.4 +6.9 2,737 2,828 2,859 2,798 16,814 16,796
354 Metalworking machinery........ 740 872 854 877 -15.1 +2.1 -2.6 824 862 837 936 5,044 5,754
356 General industrial machinery.. 1,566 1,509 1,592 1,393 +3.8 -5.2 +14.3 1,575 1,522 1,538 1,442 8,974 8,381
357 Office and computing machines. 4,463 3,739 3,136 3,514 +19.4 +19.2 -10.8 5,194 3,621 3,013 3,932 22,059 28,935
36 Electrical machinery............ 17,975 14,650 15,467 17,066 +22.7 -5.3 -9.4 18,297 14,816 15,037 18,457 98,103 95,771
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus......... 2,028 1,947 1,907 2,156 +4.2 +2.1 -11.5 2,126 1,899 1,944 2,374 12,459 12,164
363 Household appliances.......... 1,515 1,414 1,401 1,365 +7.1 +0.9 +2.6 1,654 1,445 1,418 1,455 8,583 8,621
365 Radio and TV.................. 943 844 1,143 1,148 +11.7 -26.2 -0.4 1,177 1,008 846 1,034 5,904 5,427
366 Communication equipment....... 7,014 4,630 5,086 6,243 +51.5 -9.0 -18.5 6,792 4,503 4,654 7,164 34,757 36,807
367 Electronic components......... 3,458 3,005 3,145 3,518 +15.1 -4.5 -10.6 3,425 3,231 3,526 3,736 20,047 18,269
37 Transportation equipment........ 23,496 27,933 26,497 28,496 -15.9 +5.4 -7.0 25,093 26,486 28,526 32,517 171,076 158,913
372,b Aircraft, missiles, and parts. 5,311 10,023 7,169 8,238 -47.0 +39.8 -13.0 5,069 7,398 7,762 10,502 49,689 43,984
3731,95 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................ 964 325 377 3,062 +196.6 -13.8 -87.7 525 72 397 2,983 4,412 3,642
38 Instruments and related products 4,560 4,729 4,539 4,394 -3.6 +4.2 +3.3 4,999 4,591 4,355 4,717 27,711 28,443
24,25,
39 All other durable goods......... 11,478 11,176 11,168 10,910 +2.7 +0.1 +2.4 12,039 11,565 11,731 11,704 67,253 62,826

Nondurable goods industries....... 88,859 89,498 89,404 88,314 -0.7 +0.1 +1.2 92,433 89,374 88,846 90,831 540,138 547,554
With unfilled orders............ 22,838 21,916 21,901 21,660 +4.2 +0.1 +1.1 23,023 21,794 22,015 22,261 132,147 125,280

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel.......... 13,890 12,963 13,249 13,534 +7.2 -2.2 -2.1 14,332 12,767 12,868 14,308 80,227 77,821
Consumer staples................ 37,078 36,918 35,946 35,858 +0.4 +2.7 +0.2 38,752 36,434 35,043 36,746 215,793 206,241
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive.............. 30,666 29,954 29,456 32,463 +2.4 +1.7 -9.3 31,314 27,876 28,610 36,145 182,963 185,866
Automotive equipment............ 18,260 18,530 19,835 18,132 -1.5 -6.6 +9.4 20,664 20,031 21,358 19,942 122,967 118,085
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products...... 18,187 18,326 18,635 17,399 -0.8 -1.7 +7.1 19,901 19,049 18,927 17,993 108,236 100,932
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products.......... 73,455 75,431 76,030 75,610 -2.6 -0.8 +0.6 76,365 75,632 77,788 80,732 473,234 490,021

Supplementary series:2
Capital goods industries........ 33,779 34,575 32,679 36,987 -2.3 +5.8 -11.6 34,486 31,468 32,417 41,652 209,319 208,451
Nondefense.................... 26,476 26,145 26,179 26,540 +1.3 -0.1 -1.4 28,729 25,637 25,657 29,225 160,341 161,476
Defense....................... 7,303 8,430 6,500 10,447 -13.4 +29.7 -37.8 5,757 5,831 6,760 12,427 48,978 46,975

Household durable goods
industries..................... 7,070 6,471 6,641 6,824 +9.3 -2.6 -2.7 7,383 6,698 6,631 7,444 41,147 39,329

PPreliminary. rRevised.

Shipments and new orders are the totals for the period and are adjusted for trading-day and calendar-month variations; unfilled orders and inventories
are as of the end of the period and are not adjusted for trading-day or calendar-month variations.
The supplementary series are regroupings of the separate industry categories: Household durable goods industries Includes household furniture; kitchen
articles and pottery; cutlery, hand tools, and hardware; household appliances, radio and TV, ophthalmic goods, watches, and clocks; and miscellaneous per-
sonal goods.
Nondefense capital goods include machinery, except electrical (excluding farm machinery and equipment and machine shops); electrical machinery (excluding
household appliances, radio and TV, and electronic components); railroad equipment; and the nondefense portions of ordnance; communication equipment; air-
craft and aircraft parts; and shipbuilding, converting and repairing.
Defense capital goods include ordnance, communication equipment, aircraft and aircraft parts, and shipbuilding converting and repairing. The defense
data are comparable to those published annually in the MA-175, Shipments to Federal Government Agencies.








Table 3. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' UNFILLED ORDERS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted

End of month Percent change End of month
Industry ----1--
SIC June May Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar.- June May Apr. Mar. June
Code 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 JuneP Mayr I Apr. 1986P 1986r 1 1986 1986 1985


All manufacturing industries.. 364,944 366,529


Durable goods industries............
32 Stone, clay, and glass products...
33 Primary metals....................
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills.....
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals........................
34 Fabricated metal products.........
35 Machinery, except electrical......
351 Engines and turbines............
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment....
354 Metalworking machinery..........
356 General industrial machinery....
357 Office and computing machines...
36 Electrical machinery..............
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus...........
363 Household appliances ............
365 Radio and TV....................
366 Communication equipment.........
367 Electronic components...........
37 Transportation equipment..........
372,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts...
3731,95 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles..................
38 Instruments and related products..
24,25,
39 All other durable goods...........

Nondurable goods industries.........

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel............
Consumer staples...................
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive................
Automotive equipment..............
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products........
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products............

Supplementary series:2
Capital goods industries..........
Nondefense......................
Defense.........................

Household durable goods
industries .......................


354,154
2,682
18,946
8,801

6,213
19,500
56,232
14,917

5,264
3,718
4,302
17,429
84,307


355,695
2,661
19,090
8,872

6,296
19,635
56,813
14,967

5.494
3,884
4,237
17,540
82,666


5,405 5,501
355 335
385 479
60,685 59,173
15,839 15,614
158,580 160,869
134,323 136,851

18,060 17,786
8,424 8,541

5,483 5,420

10,790 10,834


4,212 4,327
774 837

230,764 230,818
5,642 5,657

12,046 11,998

111,506 112,892


278,995 280,367
131,679 132,455
147,316 147,912


3,707 3,785


367,475 370,456


356,743
2,763
20,111
9,495

6,745
19,756
57,156
15,051

5,625
3,850
4,124
17,741
83,536


5,632
328
592
59,611
15,862
159,546
134,934


359,588
2,873
20,608
9,700

7,212
19,656
58,288
15,026

5,834
3,834
4,205
18,615
83,608


5,763
332
470
59,602
15,990
160,566
135,647


-0.4 -0.3

-0.4 -0.3
+0.8 -3.7
-0.8 -5.1
-0.8 -6.6


-4.2 -2.3
-4.3 +0.9
+1.5 +2.7
-0.6 -1.1
+2.0 -1.0


18,177 18,502 +1.5
8,460 8,534 -1.4


5,415 5,455

10,732 10,868


+1.2


-0.8 365,821 370,886 374,866 377,718 360,602


354,987
2,752
18,767
8,651

6,263
19,831
56,551
14,697

5,264
3,703
4,306
18,091
84,406


5,391
380
432
60,503
16,077
158,394
134,655


359,816
2,769
19,532
9,165

6,453
19,838
57,445
14,937

5,538
3,830
4,279
18,066
83,669


5,550
369
458
59,655
16,082
162,211
138,103


363,870
2,824
21,026
10,036

7,049
19,883
57,719
14,927

5,670
3,785
4,173
18,078
84,357


5,722
346
327
60,275
16,179
163,944
138,774


366,777
2,920
22,070
10,621

7,638
19,929
58,646
14,986

5,933
3,773
4,243
18,578
84,869


5,826
344
386
60,809
16,054
164,371
138,808


350,309
2,571
19,652
8,842

7,588
20,763
62,133
14,367

5,915
4,298
4,619
22,068
82,237


6,017
416
551
56,988
16,854
148,142
122,061


-2.2 -1.8 17,856 18,048 18,697 18,973 19,439
+1.0 -0.9 8,508 8,530 8,508 8,599 8,616

+0.1 -0.7 5,778 5,822 5,609 5,373 6,195


-0.4 +1.0


-1.3 10,834 11,070 10,996 10,941 10,293


4,572 4,685 -2.7 -5.4 -2.4 4,568 4,771 4,590 4,538 4,924
875 849 -7.5 -4.3 +3.1 712 779 852 858 610


230,543 231,471
5,871 5,935

11,958 12,088

113,656 115,428


279,860 281,869
132,892 134,068
146,968 147,801


4,025 4,073


0.0 +0.1
-0.3 -3.6


-0.4 231,111 233,206 234,927 236,149 226,061
-1.1 5,320 5,476 5,894 6,089 6,002


+0.3 -1.1 12,293 12,237 12,125 12,280 12,512

-0.7 -1.5 111,817 114,417 116,478 117,804 110,493


+0.2 -0.7 279,342 283,046 285,486 287,117 271,046
-0.3 -0.9 131,812 133,015 133,779 134,852 132,898
+0.6 -0.6 147,530 150,031 151,707 152,265 138,148


-6.0 -1.2 4,031 4,175 4,016 3,971 4,387


See footnotes at end of table 2.








Table 4. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted

End of month Percent change End of month
Industry
SIC June May Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar.- June May Apr. Mar. June
Code 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 JuneP Mayr Apr. 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 1985

All manufacturing industries.. 278,259 278,352 279,358 279,571 0.0 -0.4 -0.1 278,716 280,845 281,358 280,348 286,071


Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders.................... 194,976 195,102 195,686 196,009 -0.1

Durable goods Industries............ 187,169 187,637 188,031 188,333 -0.2
With unfilled orders.............. 171,822 171,923 172,285 172,570 -0.1
32 Stone, clay, and glass products... 5,584 5,561 5,551 5,576 +0.4
322 Glass containers................ 649 638 635 661 +1.7
33 Primary metals.................... 16,887 16,903 17,036 17,220 -0.1
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills..... 7,363 7,484 7,486 7,578 -1.6
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals........................ 8,270 8,171 8,273 8,321 +1.2
34 Fabricated metal products......... 18,804 18,858 19,072 18,926 -0.3
341 Metal cans, barrels, and drums.. 2,224 2,148 2,210 2,213 +3.5
35 Machinery, except electrical ...... 37,325 38,108 38,409 39,017 -2.1
351 Engines and turbines............ 1,921 1,941 1,936 1,965 -1.0
352 Farm machinery and equipment.... 1,671 1,760 1,763 1,867 -5.1
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.... 5,785 5,838 5,888 6,099 -0.9
354 Metalworking machinery.......... 2,749 2,808 2,737 2,874 -2.1
356 General industrial machinery.... 3,183 3,232 3,294 3,366 -1.5
357 Office and computing machines... 11,053 11,612 11,844 11,964 -4.8
36 Electrical machinery.............. 34,281 34,004 33,830 33,544 +0.8
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus........... 4,194 4,195 4,219 4,253 0.0
363 Household appliances............ 2,476 2,316 2,316 2,308 +6.9
365 Radio and TV.................... 1,637 1,579 1,540 1,429 +3.7
366 Communication equipment......... 15,043 15,002 14,859 14,641 +0.3
367 Electronic components........... 5,968 5,985 5,958 5,919 -0.3
37 Transportation equipment.......... 50,470 50,206 50,030 49,896 +0.5
371 Motor vehicles and parts........ 10,853 11,204 11,279 11,264 -3.1
372,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts... 36,192 35,650 35,488 35,365 +1.5
3731,95 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles.................. 1,634 1,599 1,624 1,605 +2.2
38 Instruments and related products.. 9,509 9,542 9,463 9,533 -0.3
381-4 Scientific and engineering
instruments .................... 6,658 6,705 6,619 6,701 -0.7
386 Photographic goods.............. 2,232 2,217 2,222 2,219 +0.7
24,25,
39 All other durable goods........... 14,309 14,455 14,640 14,621 -1.0

Nondurable goods industries......... 91,090 90,715 91,327 91,238 +0.4
With unfilled orders.............. 23,154 23,179 23,401 23,439 -0.1
20 Food and kindred products......... 21,392 21,063 21,232 20,948 +1.6
201 Meat products................... 2,152 2,093 2,087 2,135 +2.8
208 Beverages....................... 3,482 3,395 3,417 3,362 +2.6
207 Fats and oils................... 974 968 1,005 1,056 +0.6
203-6,9 All other foods................. 13,047 12,882 12,982 12,701 +1.3
21 Tobacco products.................. 3,057 3,202 3,223 3,267 -4.5
22 Textile mill products............. 6,628 6,535 6,622 6,609 +1.4
26 Paper and allied products......... 9,789 9,757 9,763 9,781 +0.3
261-3,6 Pulp, paper etc................. 3,883 3,883 3,901 3,930 0.0
265 Paperboard containers........... 2,262 2,255 2,280 2,343 +0.3
264 All other paper products........ 3,644 3,619 3,582 3,508 +0.7
28 Chemicals and allied products..... 21,972 21,499 21,631 21,554 +2.2
281,6 Industrial chemicals, except
pigments....................... 6,668 6,508 6,554 6,544 +2.5
283,4 Drugs, soaps, and toiletries.... 7,153 7,057 7,089 6,940 +1.4
29 Petroleum and coal products....... 6,167 6,302 6,265 6,436 -2.1
30 Rubber and plastics products...... 6,290 6,350 6,322 6,449 -0.9
23,27,
31 All other nondurable goods........ 15,795 16,007 16,269 16,194 -1.3

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel ............ 22,367 22,219 22,504 22,197 +0.7
Consumer staples.................. 34,270 34,067 34,292 33,798 +0.6
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive................ 82,852 83,287 83,160 83,514 -0.5
Automotive equipment.............. 13,229 13,594 13,533 13,557 -2.7
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products........ 18,644 18,914 19,075 18,939 -1.4
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products............ 106,897 106,271 106,794 107,566 +0.6

Supplementary series:2
Capital goods industries.......... 97,000 96,990 96,928 97,253 0.0
Nondefense...................... 68,841 69,236 69,363 70,173 -0.6
Defense.......................... 28,159 27,754 27,565 27,080 +1.5

Household durable goods
industries....................... 11,493 11,252 11,351 11,098 +2.1


-0.3 -0.2 196,465 197,567 197,215 196,384

-0.2 -0.2 188,048 189,753 189,491 189,131
-0.2 -0.2 172,762 173,894 173,488 172,931
+0.2 -0.4 5,660 5.725 5,706 5,706
+0.5 -3.9 659 657 651 665
-0.8 -1.1 16,861 17,057 17,125 17,171
0.0 -1.2 7,311 7,447 7,344 7,358

-1.2 -0.6 8,295 8,318 8,455 8,454
-1.1 +0.8 19,243 19,246 19,401 19,177
-2.8 -0.1 2,480 2,417 2,473 2,408
-0.8 -1.6 37,523 38,588 38,641 38,959
+0.3 -1.5 1,919 1,962 1,957 1,954
-0.2 -5.6 1,713 1,790 1,809 1,908

-0.8 -3.5 5,820 5,955 5,970 6,136
+2.6 -4.8 2,776 2,833 2,729 2,842
-1.9 -2.1 3,215 3,277 3,330 3,373
-2.0 -1.0 11,097 11,728 11,785 11,773
+0.5 +0.9 34,708 34,564 34,189 33,593


-0.6 -0.8 4,242 4,264 4,243 4,215
0.0 +0.3 2,605 2,511 2,473 2,389
+2.5 +7.8 1,691 1,614 1,531 1,372
+1.0 +1.5 15,036 15,116 14,948 14,740
+0.5 +0.7 6,022 6,009 5,982 5,913
+0.4 +0.3 50,026 50,308 50,156 50,296
-0.7 +0.1 10,494 11,078 11,249 11,372
+0.5 +0.3 36,184 35,949 35,681 35,623

-1.5 +1.2 1,643 1,597 1,622 1,608
+0.8 -0.7 9,684 9,704 9,587 9,508

+1.3 -1.2 6,771 6,792 6,718 6,701
-0.2 +0.1 2,277 2,277 2,235 2,195

-1.3 +0.1 14,343 14,561 14,686 14,721

-0.7 +0.1 90,668 91,092 91,867 91,217
-0.9 -0.2 23,703 23,673 23,727 23,453
-0.8 +1.4 20,146 20,252 20,670 20,615
+0.3 -2.2 2,152 2,183 2,216 2,191
-0.6 +1.6 3,472 3,470 3,516 3,463
-3.7 -4.8 903 919 989 1,084
-0.8 +2.2 11,847 11,903 12,177 12,193
-0.7 -1.3 2,886 3,125 3,275 3,345
-1.3 +0.2 6,720 6,732 6,744 6,712
-0.1 -0.2 9,958 9,987 9,963 9,827
-0.5 -0.7 3,919 3,952 3,945 3,940
-1.1 -2.7 2,319 2,300 2,323 2,343
+1.0 +2.1 3,720 3,735 3,695 3,544
-0.6 +0.4 21,807 21,678 21,960 21,787

-0.7 +0.2 6,655 6,573 6,626 6,564
-0.5 +2.1 7,260 7,240 7,210 6,933
+0.6 -2.7 6,077 6,212 6,214 6,293
+0.4 -2.0 6,420 6,533 6,593 6,602

-1.6 +0.5 16,654 16,573 16,448 16,036


-1.3 +1.4 23,350 23,149 22,827 22,116
-0.7 +1.5 33,144 33,444 33,965 33,553

+0.2 -0.4 83,126 84,139 83,783 83,883
+0.5 -0.2 12,822 13,464 13,531 13,769

-0.8 +0.7 18,813 19,108 19,316 19,272

-0.5 -0.7 107,461 107,541 107,936 107,755


+0.1 -0.3 97,441 98,111 97,555 97,459
-0.2 -1.2 68,908 69,885 69,811 70,041
+0.7 +1.8 28,533 28,226 27,744 27,418


-0.9 +2.3 11,812 11,619 11,521 11,089


See footnotes at end of table 2.


201,564

193,077
177,538
6,061
620
19,069
8,527

9,251
19,345
2,575
41,228
2,099
1,815

6,645
2,771
3,540
12,842
34,693


4,587
2,627
1,442
14,502
6,575
48,063
10,756
34,352

1,385
9,834

7,045
2,144

14,784

92,994
24,026
20,192
2,231
3,481
1,061
11,600
3,116
6,825
9,846
3,809
2,503
3,534
21,866

6,608
6,974
7,837
6,225

17,087


23,346
32,934

85,805
13,100

19,738

111,148


98,402
73.344
25,058


11,719









Table 5. VALUE OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES, BY STAGE OF FABRICATION, BY INDUSTRY GROUP

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted]

End of month Percent change End of month
Industry
SIC June May Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar.- June May Apr. Mar. June
Code 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 JuneP Mayr Apr. 1986P 1986r 1986 1986 1985


32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24.25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31


MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

All manufacturing Industries.. 86,635 86,276 86,942 86,798 +0.4

Durable goods industries............ 51,463 51,387 51,864 51,688 +0.1
Stone, clay, and glass products... 1,740 1,758 1,759 1,721 -1.0
Primary metals.................... 4,768 4,787 4,835 4,776 -0.4
Fabricated metal products......... 7,229 7,095 7,110 7,159 +1.9
Machinery, except electrical...... 10,420 10,297 10,506 10,427 +1.2
Electrical Machinery............... 7.947 7,900 7,825 7,911 +0.6
Transportation equipment.......... 11,362 11,480 11,682 11,552 -1.0
Instruments and related products.. 2,647 2,677 2,663 2,669 -1.1

All other durable goods ........... 5,350 5,393 5,484 5,473 -0.8

Nondurable goods Industries......... 35,172 34,889 35,078 35,110 +0.8
Food and kindred products......... 7,839 7,516 7,522 7,297 +4.3
Tobacco products.................. 2,499 2,677 2,646 2,760 -6.6
Textile mill products............. 2,094 2,052 2,123 2,094 +2.0
Paper and allied products......... 4,831 4,860 4,841 4,912 -0.6
Chemicals and allied products..... 8,057 7,852 7,738 7,727 +2.6
Petroleum and coal products....... 1,657 1,649 1,849 1,884 +0.5
Rubber and plastics products...... 2,285 2,268 2,271 2,352 +0.7

All other nondurable goods........ 5,910 6,015 6,088 6,084 -1.7

WORK IN PROCESS

All manufacturing industries.. 104,955 104,411 104,615 105,157 +0.5

Durable goods industries............ 91,080 90,714 90,825 91,236 +0.4
Stone, clay, and glass products... 729 723 737 768 +0.8
Primary metals.................... 6,978 6,960 7,026 7,282 +0.3
Fabricated metal products......... 6,760 6,890 7,001 6,832 -1.9
Machinery, except electrical...... 15,356 15,418 15,800 16,087 -0.4
Electrical Machinery.............. 20,007 19,851 19,759 19,556 +0.8
Transportation equipment.......... 34,014 33,593 33,212 33,294 +1.3
Instruments and related products.. 3,987 4,061 3,972 4,033 -1.8

All other durable goods........... 3,249 3,218 3,318 3,384 +1.0

Nondurable goods industries......... 13,875 13,697 13,790 13,921 +1.3
Food and kindred products......... 1,622 1,593 1,641 1,666 +1.8
Tobacco products.................. 334 249 289 223 +34.1
Textile mill products............. 1,977 1,960 1,935 1,932 +0.9
Paper and allied products......... 1,089 1,107 1,116 1,122 -1.6
Chemicals and allied products..... 3,411 3,396 3,410 3,377 +0.4
Petroleum and coal products ....... 912 867 856 951 +5.2
Rubber and plastics products...... 1,155 1,209 1,165 1,221 -4.5

All other nondurable goods........ 3,375 3,316 3,378 3,429 +1.8

FINISHED GOODS

All manufacturing industries.. 86,669 87,665 87,801 87,616 -1.1

Durable goods industries............ 44,626 45,536 45,342 45,409 -2.0
Stone, clay, and glass products... 3,115 3,080 3,055 3,087 +1.1
Primary metals.................... 5,141 5,156 5,175 5,162 -0.3
Fabricated metal products......... 4,815 4,873 4,961 4,935 -1.2
Machinery, except electrical...... 11,549 12,393 12,103 12,503 -6.8
Electrical Machinery.............. 6,327 6,253 6,246 6,077 +1.2
Transportation equipment.......... 5,094 5,133 5,136 5,050 -0.8
Instruments and related products.. 2,875 2,804 2,828 2.831 +2.5

All other durable goods........... 5,710 5,844 5,838 5,764 -2.3

Nondurable goods Industries.......... 42,043 42,129 42,459 42,207 -0.2
Food and kindred products......... 11,931 11,954 12,069 11,985 -0.2
Tobacco products.................. 224 276 288 284 -18.8
Textile mill products............. 2,557 2,523 2,564 2,583 +1.3
Paper and allied products......... 3,869 3,790 3,806 3,747 +2.1
Chemicals and allied products ..... 10,504 10,251 10,483 10,450 +2.5
Petroleum and coal products....... 3,598 3,786 3,560 3,601 -5.0
Rubber and plastics products ...... 2,850 2,873 2,886 2,876 -0.8

All other nondurable goods........ 6,510 6,676 6,803 6,681 -2.5


Prrealminary. Revised.


-0.8 +0.2 86,316 86,456 87,205 87,047

-0.9 +0.3 51,298 51,347 51,679 51,497
-0.1 +2.2 1,735 1,748 1,759 1,723
-1.0 +1.2 4,690 4,671 4,677 4,680
-0.2 -0.7 7,238 7,137 7,172 7,230
-2.0 +0.8 10,449 10,404 10,554 10,374
+1.0 -1.1 8,002 7,945 7,905 7,838
-1.7 +1.1 11,350 11,524 11,637 11,624
+0.5 -0.2 2,658 2,679 2,673 2,663

-1.7 +0.2 5,176 5,239 5,302 5,365

-0.5 -0.1 35,018 35,109 35,526 35,550
-0.1 +3.1 7,523 7,467 7,635 7,492
+1.2 -4.1 2,430 2,645 2,732 2,834
-3.3 +1.4 2,138 2,120 2,159 2,145
+0.4 -1.4 4,873 4,861 4,879 4,921
+1.5 +0.1 7,988 7,925 7,808 7,813
-10.8 -1.9 1,701 1,758 1,903 1,883
-0.1 -3.4 2,306 2,288 2,309 2,342

-1.2 +0.1 6,059 6,045 6,101 6,120



-0.2 -0.5 104,801 105,287 105,386 105,565

-0.1 -0.5 91,053 91,456 91,465 91,696
-1.9 -4.0 747 750 769 806
-0.9 -3.5 6,940 7,041 7,070 7,216
-1.6 +2.5 6,986 7,070 7,140 6,948
-2.4 -1.8 15,321 15,563 15,904 16,070
+0.5 +1.0 20,165 20,105 19,881 19,612
+1.1 -0.2 33,567 33,585 33,351 33,601
+2.2 -1.5 4,072 4,105 4,024 4,049

-3.0 -2.0 3,255 3,237 3,326 3,394

-0.7 -0.9 13,748 13,831 13,921 13,869
-2.9 -1.5 1,592 1,591 1,643 1,692
-13.8 +29.6 214 195 224 208
+1.3 +0.2 1,943 1,972 1,952 1,950
-0.8 -0.5 1,113 1,122 1,114 1,110
-0.4 +1.0 3,416 3,458 3,438 3,387
+1.3 -10.0 929 899 895 946
+3.8 -4.6 1,145 1,186 1,189 1,211

-1.8 -1.5 3,396 3,408 3,466 3.365



-0.2 +0.2 87,599 89,102 88,767 87,736

+0.4 -0.1 45,697 46,950 46,347 45,938
+0.8 -1.0 3,178 3,227 3,178 3,177
-0.4 +0.3 5,231 5,345 5,378 5,275
-1.8 +0.5 5,019 5.039 5,089 4.999
+2.4 -3.2 11,753 12,621 12,183 12,515
+0.1 +2.8 6,541 6,514 6,403 6,143
-0.1 +1.7 5,109 5.199 5,168 5,071
-0.8 -0.1 2,9S4 2,920 2,890 2,796

+0.1 +1.3 5,912 6,085 6,058 5,962

-0.8 +0.6 41,902 42,152 42,420 41,798
-1.0 +0.7 11,031 11,194 11.392 11.411
-4.2 +1.4 242 285 119 103
-1.6 -0.7 2,639 2,640 2,633 2,617
-0.4 +1.6 3,972 4,004 3,970 1.796
-2.2 +0.3 10,403 10,295 10,714 10,58
+6.3 -1.1 3,447 3,555 3,416 3,464
-0.5 +0.3 2,969 3,059 3,095 1,049

-1.9 +1.8 7,199 7,120 6,881 6.155


32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24,25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31


32
33
34
35
36
37
38
24,25,
39


20
21
22
26
28
29
30
23,27,
31


90,793

54,513
1,866
5,630
7,282
11,791
8,472
11,365
2,762

5,345

36,280
7,485
2,711
2,101
4,762
8,308
2,009
2,167

6,737



104,477

90,230
822
7,668
6,915
16,116
19,233
31,606
4,254

3,616

14.247
1,620
161
1.918
1,170
3,666
1,313
1,144


48,334

5,771
5.148
1.171
>.988
%,092
., lSI






7


Table 6. RATIO OF MANUFACTURERS' INVENTORIES TO SHIPMENTS AND UNFILLED ORDERS TO SHIPMENTS, BY INDUSTRY GROUP


(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Inventory/shipments ratio Unfilled orders/shJpments ratio

Industry
SIC June May Apr. Mar. June May Apr. Mar.
Code 1986p 1986r 1986 1986 1986p 1986r 1986 1986

All manufacturing industries............. 1.44 1.44 1.42 1.46 3.37 3.46 3.39 3.50

Durable goods industries....................... 1.80 1.81 1.76 1.83 4.15 4.23 4.14 4.27
32 Stone, clay, and glass products.............. 1.14 1.13 1.09 1.17 0.60 0.59 0.59 0.66
33 Primary metals............................... 1.78 1.72 1.68 1.75 2.00 1.94 1.99 2.10
34 Fabricated metal products.................... 1.33 1.33 1.31 1.38 1.48 1.49 1.46 1.53
35 Machinery, except electrical................. 2.13 2.27 2.14 2.25 3.37 3.56 3.36 3.52
36 Electrical machinery......................... 2.10 2.19 2.18 2.07 5.16 5.33 5.38 5.17
37 Transportation equipment..................... 1.96 1.89 1.82 1.99 11.07 10.98 10.64 11.58
38 Instruments and related products............. 2.03 2.05 2.05 2.08 1.80 1.84 1.83 1.86

Nondurable goods industries.................... 1.02 1.01 1.02 1.03 0.47 0.50 0.49 0.50
20 Food and kindred products.................... 0.84 0.82 0.84 0.85 (X) (X) (X) (X)
21 Tobacco products............................. 1.42 1.56 2.05 1.52 (X) (X) (X) (X)
22 Textile mill products........................ 1.49 1.54 1.48 1.54 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
26 Paper and allied products.................... 1.07 1.10 1.09 1.16 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
28 Chemicals and allied products................ 1.29 1.24 1.18 1.26 (X) (X) (X) (X)
29 Petroleum and coal products.................. 0.55 0.50 0.51 0.50 (X) (X) (X) (X)
30 Rubber and plastics products................. 1.57 1.57 1.57 1.64 (X) (X) (X) (X)

PPreliminary. rRevised. (X) Not applicable. (NA) Not available.

1Excludes the following industries with no unfilled orders: Wood and lumber products; glass containers; metal cans, barrels, and drums; farm machin-
ery and equipment; motor vehicle assembly operations; other transportation equipment; foods and related products; tobacco; apparel and related products;
building paper; die-cut paper and board; chemicals; petroleum and coal products; and rubber and plastics products, n.e.c.


Table 7. AVERAGE REVISIONS TO PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED MONTHLY PERCENT CHANGES

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Shipments New orders Unfilled orders Inventories

Year All June Year All June Year All June Year All June
ago Junes 1985- ago Junes 1985- ago Junes 1985- ago Junes 1985-
SIC June 1981- May June 1981- May June 1981- May June 1981- May
Code 1985 1985 1986 1985 1985 1986 1985 1985 1986 1985 1985 1986



All manufacturing industries. 0.4 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1

Durable goods industries ........... 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.6 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1
32 Stone, clay, and glass products.. 0.7 1.2 1.2 1.8 1.3 1.3 2.3 2.3 0.9 0.8 0.3 0.3
33 Primary metals................... 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.7 1.9 1.0 0.7 0.8 0.5 0.1 0.2 0.2
34 Fabricated metal products ........ 0.0 0.3 0.7 0.3 0.7 1.2 0.1 0.3 0.5 0.8 0.2 0.6
35 Machinery, except electrical..... 0.4 1.5 0.6 0.1 1.4 1.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.1
36 Electrical machinery............. 0.3 0.5 0.9 1.0 0.8 1.5 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.2
Transportation equipment ......... 0.6 0.7 0.3 0.6 1.1 1.4 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.1
38 Instruments and related products. 1.8 1.0 1.0 0.1 1.5 1.3 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.4

Nondurable goods industries ........ 0.6 0.5 0.3 0.7 0.5 0.4 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.0 0.1 0.2
20 Food and kindred products ........ 0.9 0.7 0.7 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.0 0.6 0.3
21 Tobacco products................. 2.6 1.0 0.5 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.9 0.6 0.1
22 Textile mill products ............ 3.3 1.3 1.3 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 0.3 0.4 0.9
26 Paper and allied products ........ 1.2 0.6 0.6 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) 0.3 0.3 0.2
28 Chemicals and allied product..... 0.6 1.7 0.6 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.3 0.2 0.3
29 Petroleum and coal products ...... 0.8 0.7 0.9 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.3 0.5 0.7
30 Rubber and plastics products..... 1.0 1.0 0.9 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.8 0.6 0.6

Capital goods industries:
Nondefense....................... 0.7 1.1 0.7 1.3 1.3 0.8 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.1 0.2
Defense.......................... 0.4 0.8 0.7 3.0 3.3 3.6 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.6 0.3

(X) Not Applicable (NA) Not available.

Note: The revisions are the differences between the month-to-month percent changes of the preliminary and final estimates. The monthly averages are
the simple averages of the differences, without regard to sign, for the months specified. The advance to final percent change differences for the
durable goods industries are shown in the advance report for the month.




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