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Daily Absolute Demand Index


 Daily Absolute Demand Index(1): 
 
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  (1) A projection of our basic year-over-year data into an aggregate absolute demand, reflecting the compounding impact of extended expansions or contractions. The daily data is normalized such that the year-long average for 2005 would be at 100 in the chart.


 





Monthly Absolute Demand Index


 Monthly Absolute Demand Index(3): 
 
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  (3) A projection of our basic year-over-year data into an aggregate absolute demand, reflecting the compounding impact of extended expansions or contractions. The data points represent month-long averages of the daily data, normalized so that the year-long average for 2005 would be at 100 in the chart.


 


Current Weighted Composite & Sector Index Values



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Last 10 Weighted Composite Index Values
Date:06/24/201506/25/201506/26/201506/27/201506/28/201506/29/201506/30/201507/01/201507/02/201507/03/2015
Value:98.1399.3299.72100.07100.60101.56102.41102.82102.76102.73


Current Values for Each of the Sector Indexes
Sector:AutomotiveEntertainmentFinancialHealthHouseholdHousingRecreationRetailTechnologyTravel
Value(3):95.0592.3481.3884.8395.00103.1692.3489.6988.7395.71

 Notes:
  (3) The 10 sectors contribute to our Weighted Composite Index according to weightings provided for their various sub-components by the United States Department of Commerce's National Income and Product Accounts ('NIPA') Tables (see our FAQs page for further explanations). In general, components in our Housing Sector have the highest weightings for durable goods in the NIPA matrix, while components in our Retail Sector contribute dynamically to many different line items in the weighting matrix, depending on specific goods involved.


 




Current Growth Index Values & Percentiles


Trailing 91, 183 and 365 Day Data
Trailing Days:91-Day183-Day365-Day
% Growth(4):-1.07%-0.98%-1.86%
Percentiles(5):14.32%10.29%2.76%

 Notes:
  (4) The average net year-over-year growth percentage of the Weighted Composite Index over the past 91, 183 and 365 Days (the daily value for the equivalent of a real-time Consumer 'GDP' for the trailing moving 'quarter', 'six months' and 'year').
  (5) The percentile of the above among all GDP quarters, six months and years since the spring of 1947 in the BEA's GDP growth tables (i.e., the percentage of all comparable time spans in the BEA's data below the values in the '% Growth' line above).


 

Commentary


     
  June 24, 2015 - BEA Revises 1st Quarter 2015 GDP Contraction to -0.17%:

In their third estimate of the US GDP for the first quarter of 2015, the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) reported that the economy was contracting at a -0.17% annualized rate, up over a half percent from the -0.75% estimated only last month, but still down sharply (-2.39%) from the +2.22% growth rate recorded for the prior quarter. And according to the "real final sales of domestic product" (BEA's very own "bottom line" for the economy), the economy shrank at a -0.62% rate during the quarter, down -2.94% from last quarter's +2.32%.

Nearly all of the BEA's major categories of economic activity had their contributions to the headline number revised upward: exports were tweaked upward by +0.24%, fixed investment +0.16%, consumer spending on goods +0.12%, inventories +0.12%, governmental spending +0.09%, and consumer spending on services +0.08%. Only imports rained on the upward revision parade, subtracting an additional -0.23% from the headline number.

Real annualized per capita disposable income was unchanged at $38,210 per annum. Meanwhile, the household savings rate decreased slightly to 5.4%, accounting for the modest upward revisions to consumer spending.

For this revision the BEA assumed a very mild dis-inflationary annualized deflator of -0.06%. Interestingly, during the same quarter the far more responsive Billion Prices Project (BPP) recorded positive annualized inflation of +1.56%. If the BPP inflation metric was used to deflate the nominal BEA data the economy could be shown to be contracting at a more than -1.79% annualized rate.

Among the notable items in the report :

-- The headline contribution from consumer expenditures for goods was +0.22% (down -0.85% from the prior quarter).

-- The contribution to the headline from consumer services spending increased to +1.21% (while still down -0.70% from the previous quarter). Healthcare spending alone provided +0.62% to the headline number. The combined consumer contribution to the headline number was 1.43%, down -1.55% from the prior quarter.

-- Mildly contracting commercial private fixed investments removed -0.05% from the headline number -- down -0.77% from the fourth quarter of 2014. This drop occurred primarily in spending for commercial structures and IT equipment. Some growth was reported in transportation equipment, residential construction and intellectual property.

-- Inventory growth added +0.45% to the headline number (up +0.55% from the previous quarter). Once again it is important to note that this number has logically and historically been nearly zero-sum over extended time periods, and future mean reversion to the zero sum should be expected.

-- Governmental spending removed -0.11% from the headline (up +0.24% from the -0.35% for the previous quarter). The remaining contraction was entirely the result of decreased state and local spending on infrastructure.

-- Exports are suffering from the strong dollar, and are now reported to be subtracting -0.79% from the headline growth rate (down -1.38% from the previous quarter).

-- Imports subtracted more from the headline number (-1.10%) than previously reported, yet their negative impact was still less than during the prior quarter (-1.62%).

-- The "real final sales of domestic product" is now contracting at a -0.62% annualized rate. This is the BEA's "bottom line" measurement of the economy and it excludes the reported inventory growth.

-- And as mentioned above, real per-capita annual disposable income was unchanged in this report, and it is up $432 per year quarter-to-quarter. The reported number represents an annualized growth rate of +4.65%. But it is up only +4.18% in aggregate since the second quarter of 2008 -- an annualized +0.61% growth over the past 26 quarters.




The Numbers, As Revised

As a quick reminder, the classic definition of the GDP can be summarized with the following equation :

GDP = private consumption + gross private investment + government spending + (exports - imports)


or, as it is commonly expressed in algebraic shorthand :

GDP = C + I + G + (X-M)


In the new report the values for that equation (total dollars, percentage of the total GDP, and contribution to the final percentage growth number) are as follows :

GDP Components Table

Total GDP = C + I + G + (X-M)
Annual $ (trillions) $17.7 = $12.1 + $3.0 + $3.2 + $-0.6
% of GDP 100.0% = 68.5% + 16.7% + 17.9% + -3.2%
Contribution to GDP Growth % -0.175% = 1.43% + 0.40% + -0.11% + -1.89%


The quarter-to-quarter changes in the contributions that various components make to the overall GDP can be best understood from the table below, which breaks out the component contributions in more detail and over time. In the table below we have split the "C" component into goods and services, split the "I" component into fixed investment and inventories, separated exports from imports, added a line for the BEA's "Real Final Sales of Domestic Product" and listed the quarters in columns with the most current to the left :

Quarterly Changes in % Contributions to GDP

1Q-2015 4Q-2014 3Q-2014 2Q-2014 1Q-2014 4Q-2013 3Q-2013 2Q-2013 1Q-2013 4Q-2012 3Q-2012 2Q-2012 1Q-2012
Total GDP Growth -0.17% 2.22% 4.96% 4.59% -2.11% 3.50% 4.51% 1.77% 2.75% 0.06% 2.48% 1.62% 2.25%
Consumer Goods 0.22% 1.07% 1.06% 1.33% 0.23% 0.83% 0.80% 0.30% 1.35% 0.67% 0.74% 0.29% 1.06%
Consumer Services 1.21% 1.91% 1.15% 0.42% 0.60% 1.69% 0.59% 0.93% 1.11% 0.65% 0.58% 0.57% 0.81%
Fixed Investment -0.05% 0.72% 1.21% 1.45% 0.03% 0.95% 1.01% 0.74% 0.42% 0.96% 0.45% 0.61% 1.24%
Inventories 0.45% -0.10% -0.03% 1.42% -1.16% -0.34% 1.49% 0.30% 0.70% -1.80% -0.19% 0.27% -0.20%
Government -0.11% -0.35% 0.80% 0.31% -0.15% -0.71% 0.04% 0.04% -0.75% -1.20% 0.52% -0.08% -0.56%
Exports -0.79% 0.59% 0.61% 1.43% -1.30% 1.30% 0.67% 0.82% -0.12% 0.19% 0.28% 0.64% 0.19%
Imports -1.10% -1.62% 0.16% -1.77% -0.36% -0.22% -0.09% -1.36% 0.04% 0.59% 0.10% -0.68% -0.29%
Real Final Sales -0.62% 2.32% 4.99% 3.17% -0.95% 3.84% 3.02% 1.47% 2.05% 1.86% 2.67% 1.35% 2.45%





Summary and Commentary

Some thoughts on an otherwise uninspiring sort of report:

-- This revision changes the sound bite for the first quarter from "material contraction" to "essentially neutral." Unfortunately, while this report is certainly nothing to get excited about (and it is still subject to significant future revisions), an essentially "neutral" reading merely serves to justify further extensions of entrenched economic policies. In the sporting vernacular: no harm, no foul.

-- Furthermore, extrapolating already reported 2nd quarter 2015 data into the BEA's GDP model indicates that the BEA's initial reading for 2Q-2015 growth could plausibly to be in the +2% range -- providing yet more proof that the current policies are working brilliantly.

-- The sound bite switches back to "material contraction" when the pesky inventory noise is filtered out.

-- Although real annualized per capita disposable income has shown a nice quarter-to-quarter improvement, that improvement needs to develop into a legitimate trend. The numbers are even more stark when we disregard averages that have been lifted from the high end and instead concentrate on median households -- where income is still off roughly 5% from the 2008 peak. The current "recovery" has occurred without much in the way of median household participation -- simply because median households have very little direct access to the benevolence of central banking's stimulation tools.

This all begs the question: what are the differences between "neutral", "stagnant" and "Japanified"?
 
     
   
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