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Observation:
Q4 2016: 1,250,616.000 (+ more)Updated: Mar 1, 2017
Q4 2016:  1,250,616.000  
Q3 2016:  1,231,490.000  
Q2 2016:  1,221,228.000  
Q1 2016:  1,218,754.000  
Q4 2015:  1,212,599.000 
Units:
Millions of Chained 2009 Dollars,Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
QuarterlyBefore January 1997
lag1(HQRMT) = one observation earlier than current time period observation
HQRMT_PC = the growth rate of HQRMT
lead1(CQRMTSPL) = one observation later than current time period observation
HQRMT_PC = [HQRMT/lag1(HQRMT ) –1]
CQRMTSPL= lead1(CQRMTSPL)/(1+HQRMT_PC)
After December 1996
CQRMTSPL= CQRMT
Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries Sales
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Before January 1997
lag1(HQRMT) = one observation earlier than current time period observation
HQRMT_PC = the growth rate of HQRMT
lead1(CQRMTSPL) = one observation later than current time period observation
HQRMT_PC = [HQRMT/lag1(HQRMT ) –1]
CQRMTSPL= lead1(CQRMTSPL)/(1+HQRMT_PC)
After December 1996
CQRMTSPL= CQRMT
Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries Sales
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Title  Release Dates  


Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries Sales  20130614  20170301 
Source  


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis  20130614  20170301 
Release  


Supplemental Estimates, Underlying Detail Tables, Spliced Series  20130614  20170301 
Units  


Millions of Chained 2005 Dollars  20130614  20130804 
Millions of Chained 2009 Dollars  20130805  20170301 
Frequency  


Quarterly  20130614  20170301 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  20130614  20170301 
Notes  


Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries Sales (CQRMTSPL) was first constructed by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in June 2013. It is calculated using Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries Sales (HQRMT) (https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/HQRMT) and Real Manufacturing and Trade Industries (CQRMT) (https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CQRMT). Before January 1997 lag1(HQRMT) = one observation earlier than current time period observation HQRMT_PC = the growth rate of HQRMT lead1(CQRMTSPL) = one observation later than current time period observation HQRMT_PC = [HQRMT/lag1(HQRMT ) –1] CQRMTSPL= lead1(CQRMTSPL)/(1+HQRMT_PC) After December 1996 CQRMTSPL= CQRMT 
20130614  20170301 
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