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CURRENT INDUSTRIAL REPORTS


Manufacturers' Shipments,

S Inventories, and Orders


j JUNE 1983
M3-1 (83)-6
FOR WIRE TRANSMISSION 3:00 P.M. E.D.T. Tuesday, August 2, 1983


New orders for manufactured goo sed $6.7
billion or 3.9 percent from May to $176.8 billion, the Depart-
ment of Commerce, Bureau of the Census reported today. This
is the largest monthly increase since September 1980 when new
orders increased 4.6 percent. In June the value of shipments of
manufactured goods increased $4.4 billion or 2.6 percent to
$172.5 billion. Both the new orders and shipments have in-
creased 7 of the last 8 months but the incoming orders have
exceeded shipments by $15.4 billion since last October. The
higher volume of incoming orders has resulted in unfilled orders
increases for 6 of the last 7 months. At the end of June the
backlog of orders held by manufacturers was $315.2 billion,
$4.3 billion or 1.4 percent above the May level and $17.1
billion above the November 1982 low of $298.1 billion.
The book value of inventories held by manufacturers at the
end of June was $257.2 billion, 0.4 percent or $1.0 billion
below the May level. Except for a 0.3 percent increase in May
and virtually no change in April, the inventory levels have been
declining since November 1981 when they were valued at
$284.3 billion.
Durable goods new orders increased $5.1 billion or 6.0
percent to $89.9 billion, the largest 1-month increase since the
January 8.1 percent rise. Most of the June increase was attri-
butable to orders for defense capital goods. Excluding the
defense industries, the June durable goods orders increased
$1.6 billion or 2.0 percent.
New orders for transportation equipment increased $4.7
billion or 25 percent over May. Over three fourths of the
transportation equipment increase was for defense orders for
aircraft, aircraft parts and shipbuilding. When the industries
are regrouped into the capital goods series the orders for de-
fense capital goods were $8.3 billion, $3.5 billion or 74 percentt
above May. Again, most of that increase was a result of aircraft
and aircraft parts orders. Nondefense capital goods orders in-
creased $1.0 billion or 4.3 percent to $23.3 billion with the
commercial aircraft and office and computing machine indus-
tries causing the rise.
Increases in orders for nonferrous and other primary metals
only partially offset steel order declines, resulting in a drop in
orders for primary metals industries of $0.1 billion or 1.2
percent.
Within the machinery industries, declines were reported in
both the electrical and nonelectrical segments. In the non-
electrical machinery all industries except for the office and
computing machine industry contributed to the $0.4 billion


or 2.4 percent decline. In the electrical machinery group, in-
dustry increases and decreases resulted in a $0.1 billion or 0.9
percent decline.
All major industry groups contributed to the $3.0 billion or
3.6 percent increase in the durable goods industry shipments.
Shipments of aircraft and aircraft parts and motor vehicle and
parts caused transportation equipment industry shipments to
increase $1.3 billion or 6.8 percent to $20.6 billion. Electrical
machinery industry shipments increased $0.6 billion or 5.1
percent to $13.4 billion, with all industries contributing to the
increase.
Shipments of nondurable goods rose in June for the fourth
successive month to $86.6 billion. This was a $1.4 billion or
1.6 percent increase over May. Nearly all major industry groups
showed increases.
The backlog of orders for durable goods in June increased
$4.0 billion or 1.3 percent to $305.0 billion. Excluding the
defense backlog, the durable goods unfilled orders were $198.0
billion, up $1.0 billion or 0.5 percent from May. The June
backlog of orders for defense capital goods was $107.0 billion,
$3.0 billion or 2.9 percent above May. This continued the
upward trend which began in January 1980, when the defense
backlog was estimated at $49.9 billion. The backlog of orders
for nondefense capital goods increased for the third consecutive
month. The June increase was $0.3 billion or 0.2 percent to
$120.1 billion. Prior to these increases, the nondefense backlog
had been steadily declining since February 1981.
The book value of inventories held by durable goods manu-
facturers declined in June by $1.1 billion or 0.7 percent to
$169.6 billion. Except for small increases in May and April,
the inventory level has been declining since November 1981.
Most major industry groups contributed to the June inventory
declines. The largest drop was in the aircraft and parts com-
ponent of the transportation equipment where there was a
decline of $0.6 billion or 2.2 percent. This is the fifth decline
in the last 6 months for the aircraft industry following 5 years
of steady increases.
Inventories held by producers of nondurable goods in-
creased in June, up $0.2 billion or 0.2 percent to $87.6 billion.
Increases in tobacco, textile mill products, and apparel indus-
tries more than offset declines in the other industries.
The advance report on durable goods for July is scheduled
for release on August 19, 1983, and the full report is scheduled
for release on August 30, 1983.


KY/



U.S. Department of Coml
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS


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

(Millions of dollars)


Seasonally adjusted

Industry Monthly Percent change

SIC June Ma Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar.- June
Code 1983 1983 1983 1983 June Mayr Apr. 1983

All manufacturing industries 172,516 168,155 163,372 161,803 +2.6 +2.9 +1.0 181,061


169,150 164,679 170,007 990,998 972,985


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

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


Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders.................. 88,289 85,501

Durable goods industries.......... 85,938 82,964
With unfilled orders............. 69,883 67,398
Stone, clay, and glass products. 4,112 4,039
Glass containers.............. 417 422
Primary metals................. 9,596 9,481
Blast furnaces, steel mills... 3,928 3,782
Nonferrous and other primary
metals...................... 4,645 4,702
Fabricated metal products........ 10,083 10,079
Metal cans, barrels, and drums 935 932
Machinery, except electrical.... 14,624 14,429
Engines and turbines........... 1,033 1,001
Farm machinery and equipment.. 891 937
Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.. 2,534 2,370
Metalworking machinery........ 599 643
General industrial machinery.. 1,186 1,107
Office and computing machines. 3,530 3,606
Electrical machinery............ 13,387 12,738
Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus......... 1,782 1,682
Household appliances.......... 1,269 1,258
Radio and TV.................. 753 732
Communication equipment....... 4,260 3,943
Electronic components ......... 3,082 2,922
Transportation equipment........ 20,616 19,301
Motor vehicles and parts...... 12,873 12,341
Aircraft, missiles, and parts. 6,250 5,508
Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................ 820 770
Instruments and related products 4,058 3,964
Scientific and engineering
instruments................... 2,350 2,308
Photographic goods............. 1,510 1,454

All other durable goods......... 9,462 8,933

Nondurable goods industries....... 86,578 85,191
With unfilled orders............. 18,406 18,103
Food and kindred products........ 24,404 24,339
Meat products................. 5,848 5,710
Beverages..................... 3,536 3,662
Fats and oils................. 1,463 1,442
All other foods............... 10,429 10,313
Tobacco products................ 1,759 1,405
Textile mill products............ 4,389 4,270
Paper and allied products........ 7,062 6,918
Pulp, paper etc. ............. 3,019 2,910
Paperboard containers......... 1,577 1,548
All other paper products....... 2,466 2,460
Chemicals and allied products... 15,789 15,681
Industrial chemicals, except
pigments .................... 5,034 4,871
Drugs, soaps, and toiletries 3,983 4,164
Petroleum and coal products .... 16,164 15,729
Rubber and plastics products.... 4,429 4,231

All other nondurable goods...... 12,582 12,618

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel........... 11,954 11,769
Consumer staples................. 32,681 32,423
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive............... 24,749 23,448
Automotive equipment............ 14,810 14,242
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products...... 13,408 13,039
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products ....... 74,914 73,234

Supplementary series:2
Capital goods industries......... 28,352 26,788
Nondefense.................... 23,018 21,612
Defense....................... 5,334 5,176

Household durable goods
industries...................... 5,603 5,284


85,829 84,400 88,105


83,795 83,196 +3.3 +2.0 +0.7 93,037

80,548 79,595 +3.6 +3.0 +1.2 91,822
66,009 65,542 +3.7 +2.1 +0.7 74,298
3,885 3,822 +1.8 +4.0 +1.6 4,476
405 400 -1.2 +4.2 +1.3 464
8,958 8,925 +1.2 +5.8 +0.4 10,047
3,588 3,594 +3.9 +5.4 -0.2 4,112

4,434 4,515 -1.2 +6.0 -1.8 4,817
9,617 9,515 0.0 +4.8 +1.1 10,786
909 868 +0.3 +2.5 +4.7 1,035
14,117 14,191 +1.4 +2.2 -0.5 15,870
960 929 +3.2 +4.3 +3.3 1,120
905 864 -4.9 +3.5 +4.7 979

2,110 2,062 +6.9 +12.3 +2.3 2,643
638 588 -6.8 +0.8 +8.5 664
1,128 1,137 +7.1 -1.9 -0.8 1,287
3,755 4,142 -2.1 -4.0 -9.3 3,820
12,619 12,364 +5.1 +0.9 +2.1 14,192


1,781 1,790 +5.9 -5.6 -0.5 1,918
1,201 1,163 +0.9 +4.7 +3.3 1,379
759 676 +2.9 -3.6 +12.3 858
3,994 3,842 +8.0 -1.3 +4.0 4,562
2,688 2,856 +5.5 +8.7 -5.9 3,165
18,763 18,530 +6.8 +2.9 +1.3 22,269
11,259 11,037 +4.3 +9.6 +2.0 14,115
5,924 5,955 +13.5 -7.0 -0.5 6,618

854 873 +6.5 -9.8 -2.2 842
3,971 3,946 +2.4 -0.2 +0.6 4,347

2,297 2,312 +1.8 +0.5 -0.6 2,508
1,466 1,438 +3.9 -0.8 +1.9 1,632

8,618 8,302 +5.9 +3.7 +3.8 9,835

82,824 82,208 +1.6 +2.9 +0.7 89,239
17,786 17,654 +1.7 +1.8 +0.7 18,739
23,460 23,778 +0.3 +3.7 -1.3 25,169
5,664 5,711 +2.4 +0.8 -0.8 5,830
3,491 3,497 -3.4 +4.9 -0.2 4,049
1,234 1,212 +1.5 +16.9 +1.8 1,413
9,956 10,176 +1.1 +3.6 -2.2 10,627
1,267 1,572 +25.2 +10.9 -19.4 1,800
4,166 4,173 +2.8 +2.5 -0.2 4,757
6,994 6,695 +2.1 -1.1 +4.5 7,357
2,937 2,812 +3.7 -0.9 +4.4 3,160
1,516 1,497 +1.9 +2.1 +1.3 1,628
2,541 2,386 +0.2 -3.2 +6.5 2,569
14,635 14,716 +0.7 +7.1 -0.6 16,602

4,687 4,412 +3.3 +3.9 +6.2 5,261
3,929 4,062 -4.3 +6.0 -3.3 4,187
15,877 15,068 +2.8 -0.9 +5.4 16,446
4,130 4,017 +4.7 +2.4 +2.8 4,655

12,295 12,189 -0.3 +2.6 +0.9 12,453


11,716 11,208 +1.6 +0.5 +4.5 12,263
31,133 32,055 +0.8 +4.1 -2.9 33,725

23,992 23,797 +5.5 -2.3 +0.8 26,576
13,139 12,902 +4.0 +8.4 +1.8 16,162

12,333 12,291 +2.8 +5.7 +0.3 14,511

71,059 69,550 +2.3 +3.1 +2.2 77,824


27,402 27,153 +5.8 -2.2 +0.9 30,311
22,131 22,037 +6.5 -2.3 +0.4 24,732
5,271 5,116 +3.1 -1.8 +3.0 5,579


5,252 4,971 +6.0 +0.6 +5.7 5,732


82,387 85,247
66,651 69,873
3,962 3,887
407 434
9,448 9,482
3,792 3,896

4,656 4,727
9,828 10,074
900 893
14,038 15,424
974 1,073
1,009 1,037

2,180 2,163
618 670
1,125 1,191
3,372 4,391
12,545 12,967


1,790 1,909
1,198 1,231
642 652
4,097 4,124
2,763 2,944
19,902 20,529
12,264 12,346
5,950 6,489

832 907
3,892 4,204


2,264 2,297 2,504
1,440 1,393 1,490

9,077 8,772 8,680


84,885
17,984
23,904
5,659
3,819
1,352
9,859
1,414
4,332
6,975
2,995
1,554
2,426
16,307

4,944
3,877
15,730
4,237


82,292 84,760
17,749 18,232
22,835 24,454
5,398 5,562
3,554 3,423
1,203 1,303
9,568 10,959
1,269 1,476
4,140 4,557
7,070 7,058
2,998 3,001
1,546 1,580
2,526 2,477
15,351 16,109

4,893 4,995
3,788 4,326
15,431 14,781
4,280 4,148


11,986 11,916 12,177


11,182 11,220 11,709
31,756 30,515 32,684

23,539 23,886 25,718
15,110 14,375 14,327

13,402 12,670 12,458

74,161 72,013 73,111


26,739 27,085 29,209
21,467 21,846 23,727
5,272 5,239 5,482


5,152 5,127 5,296


507,116 504,767


491,975
400,592
23,350
2,487
55,428
22,223

27,578
58,781
5,481
85,246
6,044
5,704

13,352
3,858
7,049
20,741
75,565


10,799
7,284
4,011
23,942
17,062
118,226
73,423
35,371

5,122
23,922

14,145
8,594


477,921
403,425
21,862
2,445
59,607
27,703

26,182
58,895
5,859
95,809
7,219
6,571

18,863
5,350
8,130
19,406
71,254


11,559
5,941
3,909
22,112
15,935
100,844
59,110
31,317

6,062
24,403

14,149
9,105


51,457 45,247


499,023
106,524
141,362
33,253
20,915
7,907
60,449
8,126
25,180
41,779
17,762
9,289
14,728
93,194

28,865
24,271
91,835
25,351


495,064
101,342
137,683
32,360
20,345
8,079
57,953
6,925
23,929
40,240
17,368
9,272
13,600
90,383

29,477
24,301
102,863
25,611


72,196 67,430


67,587 63,717
188,483 181,380

143,443 148,838
84,769 68,714

74,865 67,072

431,851 443,264


162,992 It,8.96
131,633 1.l,8'3
31,359 26,818


30,510 28,586


See footnotes at end of table 2.


84,265
67,845
4,108
430
9,714
3,774

4,876
10,250
967
14,315
999
1,013

2,385
623
1,128
3,329
12,605


1,729
1,237
640
3,992
2,916
20,290
13,135
5,638

823
3,906







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

(Millions of dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonal

Industry Monthly Percent change Monthly


June 1Ma
1983P 1983

All manufacturing industries 176,782 170,086


32
33
33
33

34
35
35
35.

35,
35,
35
36
36


36:
36
36:
36
37
37;
37:

38
24
39


Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders...................

Durable goods industries..........
With unfilled orders.............
Stone, clay, and glass products.
Primary metals..................
1 Blast furnaces, steel mills...
3-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals......................
Fabricated metal products.......
Machinery, except electrical....
1 Engines and turbines..........
3 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment..
4 Metalworking machinery........
6 General industrial machinery..
7 Office and computing machines.
Electrical machinery............
1,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus.........
3 Household appliances..........
5 Radio and TV..................
6 Communication equipment.......
7 Electronic components.........
Transportation equipment........
2,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts.
31 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles................
Instruments and related products
,25,
9 All other durable goods.........

Nondurable goods industries.......
With unfilled orders.............
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 .....................

PPreliminary. rRevised.


92,555

89,891
73,836
4,120
9,841
3,834

4,910
10,315
14,666
774

2,512
628
1,081
4,077
13,719


1,906
1,236
677
4,780
2,860
23,313
8,397

1,151
4,207

9,710

86,891
18,719

11,987
32,647

27,115
15,023

13,441

76,569


87,432

84,773
69,207
4,061
9,963
4,173

4,714
10,035
15,030
1,171

2,539
694
1,096
3,649
13,849


1,480
1,281
983
4,339
3,561
18,621
4,349

1,170
4,045

9,169

85,313
18,225

12,210
32,439

23,708
14,303

12,776

74,650


162,587 +3.9 +2.3 +2.3 182,043 168,612 167,206 172,686 1,005,408


1983

166,331


86,754

83,407
68,868
3,913
8,952
3,481

4,519
9,366
14,806
871

2,122
619
1,117
4,510
13,181


1,778
1,223
686
4,354
2,984
20,226
7,162

796
4,072

8,891

82,924
17,886

11,702
31,133

26,718
13,417

12,219

71,142


1,718
1,204
540
3,955
3,084
17,953
5,946

346
3,874

8,486

82,636
18,082

11,101
32,036

22,261
12,806

12,815

71,568


+28.8
-3.5
-31.1
+10.2
-19.7
+25.2
+93.1

-1.6
+4.0

+5.9

+1.8
+2.7

-1.8
+0.6

+14.4
+5.0

+5.2

+2.6


83,980 +5.9

79,951 +6.0
65,898 +6.7
3,884 +1.5
9,183 -1.2
3,777 -8.1

4,553 +4.2
9,715 +2.8
14,330 -2.4
838 -33.9

1,971 -1.1
531 -9.5
1,070 -1.4
4,318 +11.7
12,526 -0.9


+0.8

+1.6
+0.5
+3.8
+11.3
+19.9

+4.3
+7.1
+1.5
+34.4

+19.7
+12.1
-1.9
-19.1
+5.1


-16.8
+4.7
+43.3
-0.3
+19.3
-7.9
-39.3

+47.0
-0.7

+3.1

+2.9
+1.9

+4.3
+4.2

-11.3
+6.6

+4.6

+4.9


31,588 27,084 29,671 26,601 +16.6 -8.7 +11.5
23,265 22,302 22,592 20,032 +4.3 -1.3 +12.8
8,323 4,782 7,079 6,569 +74.0 -32.4 +7.8


5,608 5,701 5,249 4,940 -1.6 +8.6 +6.3


+3.3

+4.3
+4.5
+0.7
-2.5
-7.8

-0.7
-3.6
+3.3
+3.9

+7.7
+16.6
+4.4
+4.4
+5.2


+3.5
+1.6
+27.0
+10.1
-3.2
+12.7
+20.5

+130.1
+5.1

+4.8

+0.3
-1.1

+5.4
-2.8

+20.0
+4.8

-4.7

-0.6


94,019

92,732
75,208
4,443
9,610
3,555

4,932
10,960
15,807
720

2,605
701
1,150
4,545
14,155


1,982
1,355
879
4,491
3,110
23,257
7,835

512
4,556

9,944

89,311
18,811

12,309
33,696

27,077
16,273

14,483

78,205


85,291

83,631
67,211
4,163
9,546
3,695

4,760
10,146
14,637
1,136

2,426
654
1,121
3,481
13,372


1,526
1,269
878
4,245
3,370
18,427
3,863

774
3,929

9,411

84,981
18,080

11,704
31,719

22,460
15,054

13,251

74,424


86,927

84,710
68,974
4,020
9,143
3,586

4,576
9,548
14,571
862

2,176
609
1,095
4,134
13,242


1,834
1,223
538
4,334
3,279
20,999
6,705

1,064
3,961

9,226

82,496
17,953

11,433
30,486

25,827
14,480

12,630

72,350


90,784

87,411
72,037
3,938
9,981
4,222

4,865
10,555
15,396
998

2,075
603
1,132
4,447
13,447


1,869
1,277
499
4,467
3,226
20,861
7,247

560
4,221

9,012

85,275
18,747

11,763
32,648

25,443
14,191

13,108

75,533


31,205 25,501 28,890 29,914 169,229
24,510 21,388 22,093 22,414 129,149
6,695 4,113 6,797 7,500 40,080


5,761 5,639 5,313 5,382 31,694


1Shipments and new orders are the totals for the period and are adjusted for trading-day and calendar-month variations; unfilled orders and inventories
areas 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.


521,526

505,208
413,825
23,630
58,083
23,516

28,821
58,834
85,141
5,473

13,136
3,673
6,825
21,871
79,556


10,679
7,434
4,074
25,891
18,942
122,541
39,486

5,080
24,487

52,936

500,200
107,701

68,854
188,403

147,714
84,985

75,267

440,185


964,191


495,973

469,923
395,427
21,484
55,293
24,660

25,539
56,765
87,335
6,159

15,316
3,738
7,552
19,549
75,235


11,008
5,978
4,040
25,914
16,490
103,269
35,409

5,877
24,501

46,041

494,268
100,546

64,611
181,378

150,230
67,380

65,898

434,694


167,683
130,884
36,799


29,496


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Table 3. VALUE OF "ANL'FACTURERS' L'FILLED ORDERS FOR INDUSTRY GROUPS, MARKET CATEGORIES, AND SUPPLEMENTARY SERIES

(Millions of dollars)


All manufacturing industries.. 315,211


Durable goods industries............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals....................
Blast furnaces, steel mills.....
Nonferrous and other primary
metals. ......................
Fabricated metal products..........
l~chinery, except electrical......
Engines and turbines............
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..........
Aircraft, missiles, and parts...
Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles..................
Instruments and related products..


305,033
1,907
23,288
13,578

7,344
21,192
55,331
14,629

5,449
2,224
4,469
I1,822
63,411


6,612
424
456
40,626
14,017
127,479
98,101

23.151
7,471


May
1983

310,945

301,07

23,042
13,672

7,079
20,961
55,287
14,888

5,471
2,195
4,573
18,275
63,078


6,488
458
532
40,105
14,238
124,783
95,954


Apr.
1983

309,015

299,270
1,877
22,561
13,281

7,067
21,003
54,690
14,719

5,303
2,145
4,585
18,232
61,967


6,690
435
281
39,710
13,598
125,463
97,112


306,053 +1.4 +0.6 +1.0 314,142 313,160 313,705 311,178 312,608

296,407 +1.3 +0.6 +1.0 303,989 303,078 303,720 301,397 303,637
1,848 +0.4 +1.2 +1.6 1,935 1,968 1,914 1,855 1,871
22,567 +1.1 +2.1 0.0 22,947 23,383 23,551 23,857 22,131
13,38R -0.7 +2.9 -0.8 13,361 13,918 13,998 14,205 12,941


6,982
21,255
53,999
14,806

5,291
2,164
4.596
17,477
61,408


6,693
414
355
39,351
13,302
123,997
95,873


+3.7 +0.2 +1.2 7,307
+1.1 -0.2 -1.2 21,292
+0.1 +1.1 +1.3 55,426
-1.7 +1.1 -0.6 14,488

-0.4 +3.2 +0.2 5,417
+1.3 +2.3 -0.9 2,211
-2.3 -0.3 -0.2 4,469
+3.0 +0.2 +4.3 19,274
+0.5 +1.8 +0.9 63,597


6,642
455
470
40,454
14,297
126,160
97,464


22,822 22,422 22,479 +1.4 +1.8
7,320 7,239 7,137 +2.1 +1.1


7,192
21,119
55,488
14,888

5,455
2,173
4,605
18,549
63,634


6,578
479
448
40,526
14,352
125,171
96,247


7,307
21,223
55,167
14,750

5,414
2,143
4,613
18,396
62,869


6,780
448
211
40,274
13,898
127,036
98,024


7,387
21,503
54,633
14,863

5,418
2,151
4,642
17,634
62,173


6,737
423
314
40,037
13,382
125,940
97,270


6,671
26,295
64,754
16,690

7,872
3,346
5,726
20,039
57,067


7,181
310
565
34,872
12,871
118,709
93,336


-0.3 22,704 23,033 23,082 22,850 19,578
+1.4 7,540 7,331 7,309 7,240 7,269


All other durable goods............ 4,954 4,706

Nondurable goods industries.......... 10,178 9,869


4,470 4,196

9,745 9,646


+5.3 +5.3 +6.5 5,092 4,984 4,651 4,196

+3.1 +1.3 +1.0 10,153 10,082 9,985 9,781


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

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

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


3,575 3,589 +0.7 +12.3 -0.4 4,270
759 759 -4.4 +2.1 0.0 685


188,080 185,713
5,787 5,573

12,659 12,627

103,R99 102,242


227,092 223,854
120,058 119,808
107,034 104,046


3,576 3,572


185,457
5,512


182,729
5,234


12,889 13,003

100,823 100,739


223,562 221,290
119,122 118,658
104,440 102,632


3,156 3,159


4,846

8,971


4,224 3,704 3,490 4,592
714 751 780 756


+1.3 +0.1 +1.5 187,311 186,808 187,891 185,949 186,857
-3.8 +1.1 +5.3 5,567 5,456 5,512 5,407 5,130


+0.3


-0.9 12,848 12,876 13,028 13,068 15,551


+1.6 +1.4 +0.1 103,461 103,082 102,819 102,484 99,722


+1.4 +0.1 +1.0 225,951 225,056 226,297 224,494 223,107
+0.2 +0.6 +0.4 119,795 120,017 120,098 119,853 134,424
+2.9 -0.4 +1.8 106,156 105,039 106,199 104,641 88,683


+0.1 +13.2 -0.1 3,780 3,750 3,266 3,079


See footnotes at end of table 2.


4,096






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

(Millions of dollars)


Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted1

End of month Percent change End of month


SIC June May Apr. Mar. i i
Code 1983 1983 1983 1983 .. :

All manufacturing industries.. 257,191 258,149 257,397 257,304 -0.4

Manufacturing industries with
unfilled orders.................... 175,886 176,910 176,177 175,876 -0.6

Durable goods industries............ 169,617 170,734 169,814 169,377 -0.7
With unfilled orders............... 155,429 156,542 155,871 155,516 -0.7
32 Stone, clay, and glass products... 5,699 5,727 5,783 5,786 -0.5
322 Glass containers................ 637 640 654 653 -0.5
33 Primary metals.................... 20,302 20,563 20,543 20,174 -1.3
331 Blast furnaces, steel mills..... 9,799 9,961 10,008 9,770 -1.6
333-9 Nonferrous and other primary
metals......................... 9,327 9,434 9,362 9,269 -1.1
34 Fabricated metal products.......... 17,382 17,310 17,264 17,121 +0.4
341 Metal cans, barrels, and drums.. 1,953 2,040 1,938 1,872 -4.3
35 Machinery, except electrical...... 37,902 38,197 38,269 38,636 -0.8
351 Engines and turbines............ 2,151 2,178 2,178 2,211 -1.2
352 Farm machinery and equipment.... 1,979 1,901 1,913 1,882 +4.1
353 Construction, mining, and
material handling equipment.... 7,756 7,991 8,115 8,347 -2.9
354 Metalworking machinery........... 2,233 2,272 2,251 2,298 -1.7
356 General industrial machinery.... 3,821 3,924 3,937 3,952 -2.6
357 Office and computing machines... 9,879 9,827 9,797 9,805 +0.5
36 Electrical machinery.............. 26,624 26,424 26,165 26,085 +0.8
361,2 Electrical transmission and
distribution equipment and
industrial apparatus........... 3,976 3,975 3,954 4,006 0.0
363 Household appliances............ 1,914 1,829 1,841 1,833 +4.6
365 Radio and TV..................... 961 944 976 974 +1.8
366 Communication equipment......... 10,444 10,399 10,169 10,051 +0.4
367 Electronic components............ 5,351 5,353 5,320 5,356 0.0
37 Transportation equipment.......... 39,110 39,826 39,278 39,150 -1.8
371 Motor vehicles and parts........ 8,399 8,466 8,367 8,144 -0.8
372,6 Aircraft, missiles, and parts... 27,775 28,390 28,045 28,053 -2.2
3731 Shipbuilding and military
tank vehicles.................. 1,563 1,615 1,598 1,594 -3.2
38 Instruments and related products.. 8,864 8,965 8,927 8,830 -1.1
381-4 Scientific and engineering
instruments.................... 6,376 6,489 6,474 6,419 -1.7
386 Photographic goods............... 1,962 1,956 1,925 1,907 +0.3
24,25,
39 All other durable goods........... 13,734 13,722 13,585 13,595 +0.1

Nondurable goods industries.......... 87,574 87,415 87,583 87,927 +0.2
With unfilled orders............... 20,457 20,368 20,306 20,360 +0.4
20 Food and kindred products......... 20,357 20,496 20,536 20,654 -0.7
201 Meat products................... 1,888 2,043 2,021 2,027 -7.6
208 Beverages....................... 3,717 3,685 3,599 3,583 +0.9
207 Fats and oils................... 1,181 1,226 1,359 1,246 -3.7
203-6,9 All other foods.................. 11,852 11,833 11,861 12,097 +0.2
21 Tobacco products.................. 4,718 4,609 4,707 4,596 +2.4
22 Textile mill products............. 6,494 6,349 6,225 6,180 +2.3
26 Paper and allied products.......... 8,335 8,347 8,304 8,370 -0.1
261-3,6 Pulp, paper etc................. 3,288 3,305 3,302 3,278 -0.5
265 Paperboard containers........... 2,145 2,155 2,162 2,162 -0.5
264 All other paper products......... 2,902 2,887 2,840 2,930 +0.5
28 Chemicals and allied products..... 19,248 19,267 19,401 19,364 -0.1
281,6 Industrial chemicals, except
pigments ...................... 5,787 5,862 5,932 5,907 -1.3
283,4 Drugs, soaps, and toiletries ... 6,181 6,206 6,186 6,198 -0.4
29 Petroleum and coal products ...... 8,477 8,584 8,588 8,855 -1.2
30 Rubber and plastics products...... 5,676 5,656 5,638 5,629 +0.4
23,27,
31 All other nondurable goods......... 14,269 14.107 14,184 14,279 +1.1

Market categories:
Home goods and apparel............. 20,098 19,893 19,800 19,737 +1.0
Consumer staples.................. 33,005 32,982 32,998 33,192 +0.1
Equipment and defense products,
except automotive................. 73,107 74,126 73,713 73,963 -1.4
Automotive equipment............... 10,424 10,509 10,297 10,123 -0.8
Construction materials, supplies
and intermediate products........ 18,786 18,545 18,604 18,607 +1.3
Other materials, supplies, and
intermediate products ......... 101,771 102,094 101,985 101,682 -0.3

Supplementary series:
Capital goods industries.......... 83,089 84,006 83,447 83,740 -1.1
Nondefense...................... 65,997 66,766 66,597 66,916 -1.2
Defense......................... 17,092 17,240 16,850 16,824 -0.9

Household durable goods
industries....................... 9,799 9,786 9,749 9,666 +0.1

See footnotes at end of table 2.


Mar.p june
pr.- Mar.- June Apr. Mar.
May Apr. 1983 1983 1983 1983

+0.3 0.0 257,703 260,480 260,170 259,430


+0.4 +0.2 177,279 179,163 178,223 177,323

+0.5 +0.3 170,394 172,589 171,819 171,120
+0.4 +0.2 156,198 158,170 157,503 156,783
-1.0 -0.1 5,801 5,923 5,975 5,963
-2.1 +0.2 644 658 668 652
+0.1 +1.8 20,152 20,584 20,660 20,298
-0.5 +2.4 9,672 9,851 9,848 9,603

+0.8 +1.0 9,299 9,528 9,587 9,520
+0.3 +0.8 17,675 17,726 17,670 17,524
+5.3 +3.5 2,171 2,293 2,194 2,069
-0.2 -0.9 38,118 38,686 38,684 38,806
0.0 -1.5 2,152 2,198 2,212 2,221
-0.6 +1.6 2,025 1,964 1,997 1,986

-1.5 -2.8 7,826 8,103 8,220 8,430
+0.9 -2.0 2,242 2,296 2,269 2,279
-0.3 -0.4 3,855 3,947 3,973 3,984
+0.3 -0.1 9,889 9,905 9,748 9,668
+1.0 +0.3 27,004 26,946 26,609 26,292


+0.5 -1.3 4,013 4,060 4,011 3,985
-0.7 +0.4 2,008 1,962 1,948 1,879
-3.3 +0.2 989 991 985 952
+2.3 +1.2 10,455 10,477 10,297 10,188
+0.6 -0.7 5,442 5,406 5,373 5,388
+1.4 +0.3 38,781 39,739 39,424 39,554
+1.2 +2.7 8,115 8,333 8,328 8,239
+1.2 0.0 27,772 28,466 28,209 28,325

+1.1 +0.3 1,581 1,605 1,603 1,590
+0.4 +1.1 9,064 9.153 9,088 8,914

+0.2 +0.9 6,503 6,580 6,551 6,464
+1.6 +0.9 2,025 2,036 2,000 1,936

+1.0 -0.1 13,799 13,832 13,709 13,769

-0.2 -0.4 87,309 87,891 88,351 88,310
+0.3 -0.3 21,081 20,993 20,720 20,540
-0.2 -0.6 19,276 19,641 20,055 20,352
+1.1 -0.3 1,884 2,066 2,114 2,053
+2.4 +0.4 3,639 3,692 3,671 3,694
-9.8 +9.1 1,094 1,188 1,365 1,321
-0.2 -2.0 10,904 10,934 11,185 11,613
-2.1 +2.4 4,425 4,503 4,754 4,762
+2.0 +0.7 6,577 6,574 6,409 6,338
+0.5 -0.8 8,553 8,597 8,507 8,459
+0.1 +0.7 3,330 3,373 3,348 3,307
-0.3 0.0 2,231 2,218 2,213 2,173
+1.7 -3.1 2,992 3,006 2,946 2,979
-0.7 +0.2 19,171 19,521 19,760 19,662

-1.2 +0.4 5,793 5,968 6,015 5,925
+0.3 -0.2 6,323 6,367 6,285 6,192
0.0 -3.0 8,465 8,517 8,542 8,753
+0.3 +0.2 5,732 5,822 5,901 5,789

-0.5 -0.7 15,110 14,716 14,423 14,195


+0.5 +0.3 21,017 20,767 20,189 19,794
0.0 -0.6 31,957 32,276 32,726 33,025

+0.6 -0.3 73,430 74,804 74,405 74,573
+2.1 +1.7 10,098 10,406 10,331 10,330

-0.3 0.0 18,969 18.855 18,990 19,102

+0.1 +0.3 102,232 103,372 103,529 102,606


+0.7 -0.3 83,477 84,838 84,246 84,263
+0.3 -0.5 66,138 67,388 67,305 67,290
+2.3 +0.2 17,339 17,450 16,941 16,973


+0.4 +0.9 10,069 10,105 9,929 9,737


Industry


275,461


190,588

183,581
168,789
6,208
656
23,970
12,384

10,342
19,958
2,033
43,357
2,67C
2,581

10,40(
2,72(
4,137
9,58(
27,91:


4,52(
2,00(
1,321
10,101
5,65'
38,07:
8,24:
26,46

1,78:
9,79

6,741
2,451

14,30W

91,881
21,79'
19,62,
2,061
3,58:
1,27'
10,99
4,39:
6,39;
8,81:
3,38'
2,33;
3,091
20,99'

6,83(
6,62f
9,13:
6,31

16,19;


22,24
32,70'

77,98:
10,48

20,16.

111,87


87,67
73,03:
14,63


10,82


J ]







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

(Millions of Dollars)

Seasonally adjusted Not seasonally adjusted

Industry End of Month Percent change End of Month

SIC June Ma Apr. Mar. May- Apr.- Mar. June Mal Apr. Mar. June
Code 1983 1 1983 1983 1983 Juner May Apr. 1983p 1983 1983 1983 1982

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES


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


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


All manufacturing industries.. 85,348 85,174 84,990 84,831 +0.2

Durable goods industries............ 50,209 50,582 50,268 50,016 -0.7
Stone, clay, and glass products... 1,909 1,928 1,950 1,982 -1.0
Primary metals .................. 6,937 7,078 7,181 7,140 -2.0
Fabricated metal products.......... 6,675 6,712 6,641 6,491 -0.6
Machinery, except electrical...... 10,711 10,998 10,912 10,919 -2.6
Electrical Machinery.............. 7,272 7,206 7,117 7,250 +0.9
Transportation equipment.......... 9,257 9,123 8,928 8,782 +1.5
Instruments and related products.. 2,462 2,601 2,643 2,544 -5.3

All other durable goods.......... 4,986 4,936 4,896 4,908 +1.0

Nondurable goods industries......... 35,139 34,592 34,722 34,815 +1.6
Food and kindred products.......... 7,722 7,539 7,699 7,688 +2.4
Tobacco products................ 4,171 4,047 4,147 4,083 +3.1
Textile mill products............. 1,886 1,892 1,839 1,827 -0.3
Paper and allied products.. ...... 4,183 4,151 4,138 4,188 +0.8
Chemicals and allied products..... 7,236 7,212 7,253 7,326 +0.3
Petroleum and coal products........ 2,478 2,446 2,368 2,335 +1.3
Rubber and plastics products...... 2,050 2,001 1,969 1,954 +2.4

All other nondurable goods......... 5,413 5,304 5,309 5,414 +2.1

WORK IN PROCESS

All manufacturing industries.. 89,995 90,860 90,365 90,060 -0.9

Durable goods industries............. 75,852 76,686 76,018 75,896 -1.1
Stone, clay, and glass products... 842 829 814 802 +1.6
Primary metals .................. 7,216 7,285 7,330 7,335 -0.9
Fabricated metal products......... 6,066 6,011 5,948 5,939 +0.9
Machinery, except electrical...... 15,540 15,621 15,647 15,887 -0.5
Electrical Machinery.............. 13,928 13,888 13,690 13,465 +0.3
Transportation equipment.......... 24,980 25,837 25,445 25,398 -3.3
Instruments and related products.. 4,065 4,005 3,949 3,935 +1.5

All other durable goods.......... 3,215 3,210 3,195 3.135 +0.2

Nondurable goods industries......... 14,143 14,174 14,347 14,164 -0.2
Food and kindred products......... 1,736 1,759 1,785 1,808 -1.3
Tobacco products.................. 180 222 208 222 -18.9
Textile mill products............. 2,129 2,048 2,024 2,022 +4.0
Paper and allied products.......... 1,035 1,034 1,026 1,017 +0.1
Chemicals and allied product ..... 3,252 3,261 3,331 3,269 -0.3
Petroleum and coal products....... 1,758 1,859 1,846 1,857 -5.4
Rubber and plastics products...... 937 922 981 909 +1.6


All other nondurable goods........

FINISHED GOODS


+0.2 +0.2 85,035 85,427 85,633 85,690

+0.6 +0.5 50,111 50,545 50,320 50,180
-1.1 -1.6 1,915 1,929 1,956 1,986
-1.4 +0.6 6,809 6,901 7,000 7,085
+1.1 +2.3 6,694 6,771 6,734 6,637
+0.8 -0.1 10,735 11,015 10,979 10,900
+1.3 -1.8 7,361 7,312 7,233 7,225
+2.2 +1.7 9,246 9,179 8,972 8,889
-1.6 +3.9 2,494 2,606 2,651 2,584

+0.8 -0.2 4,857 4,832 4,795 4,874

-0.4 -0.3 34,924 34,882 35,313 35,510
-2.1 +0.1 7,454 7,444 7,729 7,878
-2.4 +1.6 3,925 3,991 4,220 4,255
+2.9 +0.7 1,946 1,985 1,924 1,911
+0.3 -1.2 4,227 4,175 4,180 4,195
-0.6 -1.0 7,195 7,335 7,427 7,489
+3.3 +1.4 2,519 2,542 2,432 2,375
+1.6 +0.8 2,077 2,008 1,999 1,942

-0.1 -1.9 5,581 5,402 5,402 5,465



+0.5 +0.3 89,830 91,464 91,118 90,735

+0.9 +0.2 75,750 77,118 76,619 76,550
+1.8 +1.5 873 873 876 861
-0.6 -0.1 7,221 7,365 7,381 7,308
+1.1 +0.2 6,200 6,177 6,097 6,080
-0.2 -1.5 15,403 15,752 15,760 15,908
+1.4 +1.7 14,028 14,023 13,829 13,581
+1.5 +0.2 24,673 25,659 25,494 25,684
+1.4 +0.4 4,121 4,060 4,015 3,982

+0.5 +1.9 3,231 3,209 3,167 3,146

-1.2 +1.3 14,080 14,346 14,499 14,185
-1.5 -1.3 1,719 1,770 1,771 1,819
+6.7 -6.3 120 167 158 193
+1.2 +0.1 2,091 2,073 2,057 2,038
+0.8 +0.9 1,067 1,052 1,049 1,028
-2.1 +1.9 3,247 3,323 3,384 3,296
+0.7 -0.6 1,761 1,874 1,892 1,872
-6.0 +7.9 915 923 1,002 913


91,868

55,457
2,127
8,678
7,298
12,064
7,805
9,160
3,041

5,284

36,411
7,459
3,992
1,932
4,354
7,919
2,474
2,106

6,427



94,929

79,673
928
8,729
6,996
17,725
13,835
23,948
4,211

3,301

15,256
1,955
85
1,995
1,076
3,524
2,227
1,156


(S) (S) (S ( (S) (s) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S)


All manufacturing industries.. 1,848 82,L15 82,042 82,413 -0.3

arable egods idustries............. 43,i 43,466 43.528 43,465 +0.2
Stone, cay, and glass products... 2,9 2,970 3,019 3,002 -0.7
Primary metals .................. 6, 6 6,20 6,032 56,99 -0.
Fabricatd metal product........... 4,1 4,57 4,675 4,691 +1.2
Machinery, except electrical...... 11,65 11,578 11,710 11,8R0 +0.6
Electrical iachinery.............. 5,424 5,331 5,38,70 +1.
Transportation equi pment .......... 4,873 4.8 6 4,905 4,70 +0.1
Instrens and related prducts.. 2,337 23 2,35 2,351 -0.9


All other durable go>ds........... 5,533 i,


lrndurabhl goods industries......... 3,292 ,9 39,514 38,948 -.9
2 Food and kindred product......... 10.99 I.!9 11,052 11,158 -2.7
21 Tobacc products.................. 367 34- 352 291 +7.9
22 extile ill products............. 2,4 9 2. 2,362 2,331 +2.9
2 Paper and allied products......... 3,117 ,12 3.140 3, 16 -1.4
28 Chetmials and allied prducts..... ',7 .74 8, 17 ,9 -0.4
29 Petroleun and coal productl....... 4,241 u,27 4,374 4,663 -0C.9
31.1 Rubber .id .plastics pr 1.3c is. .. ,o ,, 9 ,7 i 2 6 2, 2 ,7ht -1.,


+0.1 -0.5 82,838 83,589 83,419 83,005

-0.1 +0.1 44,533 44,926 44,880 44,390
-1.6 +0.6 3,013 3,121 3,143 3,116
+2.8 +5.8 6,122 6,318 6,279 5,905
-1.9 -0.3 4,781 4,778 4,839 4,807
-1.1 -1.0 11,980 11,919 11,945 11,998
-0.5 -0.2 5.615 5,611 5,547 5,486
-0.8 -1.3 4,862 4,901 4,958 4,981
+1.0 -0.7 2,449 2,487 2,422 2,348


,a49 5,552 -0.8 +1.5 -1.0 5,711 5,791 5,747 5,749


-1.1 38,305 38,663 38,539 38,615
-0.9 10,103 10,427 10,555 10,655
+21.0 380 345 376 314
+1.3 2,540 2,516 2,428 2,389
-0.8 3,259 3,370 3,278 3,236
+0.5 8,729 8,863 8,949 8,877
-6.2 4.185 4,101 4,218 4,506
-2.8 2,740 2,891 2,900 2,934


88,664

48,451
3,153
6,563
5,664
13,568
6,272
4,964
2,545

5,722

40,213
10,210
320
2,470
3,387
9,556
4,432
3,054


I M otter r nondurable good7........ (S) (S) (S) (t) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S) (S)

PPreliinar revised. (S) Suppressed bei,,aue dat du not et Censs Blr3au piblication standards.








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

(Based on seasonally adjusted data)

Industry Inventory/shipments ratio Unfilled orders/shipments ratio


SIC June May Apr. Mar. June Ma Apr. Mar.
Code 1983P 1983 1983 1983 1983P 1983 1983 1983

All manufacturing industries............. 1.49 1.54 1.58 1.59 3.57 3.64 3.69 3.68


Durable goods industries.......................
Stone, clay, and glass products..............
Primary metals...............................
Fabricated metal products....................
Machinery, except electrical.................
Electrical machinery...........................
Transportation equipment......................
Instruments and related products.............

Nondurable goods industries....................
Food and kindred products....................
Tobacco products.............................
Textile mill products........................
Paper and allied products.....................
Chemicals and allied products................
Petroleum and coal products..................
Rubber and plastics products.................


4.52
0.54
2.53
2.46
4.05
4.97
11.47
1.81

0.55
(X)
(x)
1.30
0.45
(X)
(X)
(X)


PPreliminary. rRevised. (X) Not applicable.

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

Industry Year All June Year All June Year All June Year All June
ago Junes 1982- ago Junes 1982- ago Junes 1982- ago Junes 1982-
SIC June 1978- May June 1978- Hay June 1978- May June 1978- May
Code 1982 1982 1983 1982 1982 1983 1982 1982 )83 1982 1982 1983


All manufacturing industries.

Durable goods industires............
Stone, clay, and glass products...
Primary metals....................
Fabricated metal products.......
Machinery, except electrical......
Electrical machinery..............
Transportation equipment..........
Instruments and related products..

Nondurable goods industries.........
Food and kindred products.........
Tobacco products.................
Textile mill products............
Paper and allied products.........
Chemicals and allied products.....
Petroleum and coal products.......
Rubber and plastics products......

Capital Goods Industries:
Nondefense........................
Defense ..........................


0.3 0.3 0.4 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.1 0.1


0.4 0.8 0.8 0.0 0.7 1.8 0.1 0.1 0.5 0.1 0.3 0.1
0.1 1.3 0.8 1.3 3.8 3.6 0.0 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.4 0.4


(X) Not Applicable

Note: The revisions are the differences between the month-to-month percent
the simple averages of the differences, without regard to sign, for the months
goods industries are shown in the advance report for the month.


changes of the preliminary and final estimates. The monthly averages are
specified. The advance to final percent change differences for the durable




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