Economic Indicators – October 2019

October 2019 Economic Indicators

  • Dollars per Barrel and % change for Crude Oil Prices: Brent -Europe
  • Percent of GDP and % change for Federal Surplus or Deficit as Percent Gross Domestic Product
  • Total U.S Dollars per troy ounce and % change for Gold Fixing Price: London Bullion Market Based in US Dollars
  • Index March 1973=100 and % change for Major Currencies: Trade Weighted US Dollars Index
  • Millions of Dollars increase and % change for Mortgage backed Securities Held by the Federal Reserve: All maturities
  • Billions of chained 2009 dollars and % change for Real Gross Domestic Product
  • Percent of GDP and % change for Total Public Debt as Percentage of GDP
  • Millions of Units Sold and % change for Total Vehicles Sales
  • Average % and % change for  Leading Index for the US and California


  • Homeownership Rate for US is 64.4% in January 2017. US Leading Index is at 1.35% in October 2019 reflecting a 6.9% decrease compared to last year and California Leading Index is at 2.35% in October 2019 reflecting a 94.2% increase from year ago
  • Major Currencies increased to 107.2653 reflecting a 2.5% increase from year ago. Gold Fixing Price increased to 1,495.018 reflecting 23.0% increase from year ago. Crude Oil prices decreased to 59.67 Dollars in October 2019 reflecting a 27.0% decrease from year ago. Federal Deficit was at -3.78517% in January 2018 reflecting a 11.0% increase from year ago. Total Vehicles sales is 17.056 Million in October 2019 reflecting a 5.2% decrease from year ago
  • Mortgage backed securities for all maturities is $1,742,845 Mn in May 2018 reflecting a 1.7% decrease from year ago
  • Real Gross Domestic Product increased to $19,121.112 Bn reflecting 2.1% change from year ago. Federal Debt Total Public Debt as Percentage of GDP increased 105.46297 reflecting 1.7% change from year ago



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