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Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States

The Financial Accounts (formerly known as the Flow of Funds accounts) are a set of financial accounts used to track the sources and uses of funds by sector. They are a component of a system of macroeconomic accounts including the National Income and Product accounts (NIPA) and balance of payments accounts, all of which serve as a comprehensive set of information on the economy’s performance.(1) Some important inferences that can be drawn from the Financial accounts are the financial strength of a given sector, new economic trends, changes in the composition of wealth, and development of new financial instruments over time.(1) Read More

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Nonfinancial corporate business; consumption of fixed capital, equipment, software, and structures, including equity REIT residential structures (NIPA basis), Flow    
Millions of Dollars
Nonfinancial corporate business; equipment and software, current cost basis, Level    
Not Seasonally Adjusted
Millions of Dollars, Annual 1945 to 2013 (Sep 18)
Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 1945:Q4 to 2014:Q3 (Dec 11)
Billions of Dollars, Quarterly 1949:Q4 to 2014:Q3 (Dec 11)
Nonfinancial Corporate Business; Nonresidential Equipment and Software, Historical Cost Basis, Level    
Billions of Dollars, Quarterly, Not Seasonally Adjusted1949:Q4 to 2014:Q3 (Dec 11)
Nonfinancial corporate business; equipment and software excluding disaster-related losses on nonresidential equipment and software, Revaluation/other changes in volume  
Millions of Dollars, Not Seasonally Adjusted
Annual 1960 to 2012 (2013-07-22)
Quarterly 1960:Q1 to 2013:Q1 (2013-07-22)

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