Financial indicators are key stats that help us understand how the economy is doing. We compiled a collection of the most recent reported numbers on some key stats to help you better understand the current state of the US economy. Check back frequently for the latest numbers.

Data in this snapshot are the latest available as of March 02, 2021.

GDP
22731.369
billions of dollars
Q2 2021
GDP
-2.9%
change from a year ago
Q3 2020
Consumer Price Index
5.3%
change from a year ago
July 2021
Unemployment Rate
5.4%
July 2021
Median household income
$68,703
2019
Median household income
6.8%
change from a year ago
2019
Personal savings rate
9.6%
July 2021
Household debt
8.2%
of disposable income
Q1 2021
Student loans owned
1732.222
billions of dollars
Q2 2021
Total credit card debt
772.381
billions of dollars
08/18/2021
Credit card delinquency rate
1.6%
Q2 2021
Homeownership rate
-3.7%
change from a year ago
Q2 2021
Mortgage rate
2.7%
30 year fixed rate mortgage average
03/12/2020
Prime rate
3.2%
August 2021
Total personal consumption spending
15832.300
billions of dollars
July 2021
Personal consumption spending
-1.6%
change from a year ago
October 2020
Retail sales
16.4%
change from a year ago
June 2021
Output of the manufacturing sector
16.5%
change from a year ago
Q2 2021
Industrial production index
-4.7%
change from a year ago
October 2020
Construction spending
9.0%
change from a year ago
July 2021
Residential construction spending
26.5%
change from a year ago
July 2021
Nonresidential construction spending
-4.2%
change from a year ago
July 2021
Sources

GDP data – U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Real Gross Domestic Product

CPI data – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers

Unemployment rate – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Unemployment Rate

Median household income – U.S. Census Bureau, Median Household Income in the United States

Personal savings rate – U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Personal Saving Rate

Household debt – The Federal Reserve Board, Household Debt Service and Financial Obligations Ratios

Student loan debt – The Fed, Consumer Credit – G.19

Credit card debt – The Fed, Assets and Liabilities of Commercial Banks in the United States – H.8

Credit card delinquency rate – The Federal Reserve Board, Charge-Off and Delinquency Rates on Loans and Leases at Commercial Banks

Homeownership rate – U.S. Census Bureau, Housing Vacancies and Homeownership

Mortgage rate – Freddie Mac, Primary Mortgage Market Survey

Prime rate – The Fed, Selected Interest Rates (Daily) – H.15

Personal consumption – U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Personal Consumption Expenditures

Retail sales – U.S. Census Bureau, Manufacturing & Trade Inventories & Sales

Manufacturing sector output – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Major Sector Productivity and Costs

Industrial production index – The Fed, Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization – G.17

Construction spending – U.S. Census Bureau, Construction Spending