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Real GDP  Projection (GDPC1GBFL)
Observation:
Q4 2006: 11,665.5 (+ more)Updated: Apr 11, 2013
Q4 2006:  11,665.5  
Q3 2006:  11,577.3  
Q2 2006:  11,489.2  
Q1 2006:  11,401.5  
Q4 2005:  11,317.3 
Units:
Billions of Chained 2000 Dollars,Seasonally Adjusted
Frequency:
QuarterlyThe actual FRED Series ID and title are:
GDPC1
Real Gross Domestic Product, 1 Decimal
Real GDP  Projection
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The actual FRED Series ID and title are:
GDPC1
Real Gross Domestic Product, 1 Decimal
Real GDP  Projection
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Title  Release Dates  


Real GDP  Projection  19911211  20050913 
Source  


Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (US)  19911211  20050913 
Release  


Current Economic and Financial Conditions: Summary and Outlook ("Greenbook")  19911211  20050913 
Units  


Billions of 1987 Dollars  19911211  19960125 
Billions of Chained 1992 Dollars  19960126  19991115 
Billions of Chained 1996 Dollars  19991116  20040120 
Billions of Chained 2000 Dollars  20040121  20050913 
Frequency  


Quarterly  19911211  20050913 
Seasonal Adjustment  


Seasonally Adjusted  19911211  20050913 
Notes  


Starting with the 11/8/1995 release, the first value that is considered a "projection" changes. Prior to this, once the GDP advance estimate was released, that quarter's values were no longer projections. With this release, the values are considered projections until after the final estimate of GDP is released. The actual FRED Series ID and title are: GDPC1 Real Gross Domestic Product, 1 Decimal 
19911211  20050913 
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