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 30, 2022.

GDP24008.472billions of dollars, Q4 2021
GDP-2.9%change from a year ago, Q3 2020
Consumer Price Index7.5%change from a year ago
January 2022
Unemployment Rate3.8%February 2022
Median household income$67,5212020
Median household income6.8%change from a year ago
Personal savings rate6.4%January 2022
Household debt9.2%of disposable income
Q3 2021
Student loans owned1748.852billions of dollars
Q4 2021
Total credit card debt826.931billions of dollars
Credit card delinquency rate1.6%Q4 2021
Homeownership rate0.5%change from a year ago
Q4 2021
Mortgage rate2.7%30 year fixed rate mortgage average
Prime rate3.2%February 2022
Total personal consumption spending16616.000billions of dollars
January 2022
Personal consumption spending-1.6%change from a year ago
October 2020
Retail sales14.0%change from a year ago
December 2021
Output of the manufacturing sector4.6%change from a year ago
Q4 2021
Industrial production index-4.7%change from a year ago
October 2020
Construction spending8.2%change from a year ago
January 2022
Residential construction spending13.2%change from a year ago
January 2022
Nonresidential construction spending3.7%change from a year ago
January 2022