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Old 06-08-2013, 03:40 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA/São Paulo, Brazil
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Released June 6, 2013: 50 States GDP, 2012

http://bea.gov/newsreleases/regional...s/gsp_0613.png

State.....................2012 GDP
California..............$2.003 Trillion
Texas..................$1.397 Trillion
New York..............$1.205 Trillion
Florida..................$777.1 Billion
Illinois..................$695.2 Billion
Pennsylvania..........$600.8 Billion
Ohio....................$509.3 Billion
New Jersey............$508.0 Billion
North Carolina........$455.9 Billion
Virginia.................$445.8 Billion
Georgia................$433.5 Billion
Massachusetts.......$403.8 Billion
Michigan...............$400.5 Billion
Washington...........$375.7 Billion
Maryland...............$317.6 Billion
Indiana................$298.6 Billion
Minnesota............$294.7 Billion
Tennessee............$277.0 Billion
Colorado...............$274.0 Billion
Arizona................$266.8 Billion
Wisconsin..............$261.5 Billion
Missouri...............$258.8 Billion
Louisiana..............$243.2 Billion
Connecticut...........$229.3 Billion
Oregon.................$198.7 Billion
Alabama................$183.5 Billion
South Carolina........$176.2 Billion
Kentucky...............$173.4 Billion
Oklahoma...............$160.9 Billion
Iowa....................$152.4 Billion
Kansas.................$138.9 Billion
Nevada.................$133.5 Billion
Utah....................$130.4 Billion
District of Columbia...$109.7 Billion
Arkansas...............$109.5 Billion
Nebraska...............$99.5 Billion
New Mexico...........$80.6 Billion
Hawaii.................$72.4 Billion
West Virginia..........$69.3 Billion
Delaware...............$65.9 Billion
New Hampshire.......$64.6 Billion
Idaho..................$58.2 Billion
Maine..................$53.6 Billion
Alaska.................$51.8 Billion
Rhode Island..........$50.9 Billion
North Dakota..........$46.0 Billion
South Dakota..........$42.4 Billion
Montana................$40.4 Billion
Wyoming................$38.4 Billion
Vermont................$27.2 Billion

Source: BEA News Release (GDP by State)

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Old 06-08-2013, 04:14 AM
 
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Thanks 18Montclair, found this to be interesting. My region and state grew 2.2%, but it was also the only region where growth decelerated relative to 2011. I was kind of surprised; maybe I've had my head in the sand this past year. Or maybe I read too many positive development threads.

For some reason, the links didn't work for me. I searched and here's a few more links if anyone else had my problem.

REAP - BEA News Releases Click on the first link (Gross Domestic Product by State, 2012...)

http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/regi...df/gsp0613.pdf Links directly to the pdf.
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Old 06-08-2013, 04:27 AM
 
Location: Piedmont, CA/São Paulo, Brazil
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Thanks 18Montclair, found this to be interesting. My region and state grew 2.2%, but it was also the only region where growth decelerated relative to 2011. I was kind of surprised; maybe I've had my head in the sand this past year. Or maybe I read too many positive development threads.

For some reason, the links didn't work for me. I searched and here's a few more links if anyone else had my problem.

REAP - BEA News Releases Click on the first link (Gross Domestic Product by State, 2012...)

http://www.bea.gov/newsreleases/regi...df/gsp0613.pdf Links directly to the pdf.
Thanks. The link should work now.
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:55 AM
 
Location: Maryland
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Is that just the oil/fracking boom contributing to ND? Wow.
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Old 06-08-2013, 08:11 AM
 
Location: In the heights
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Is that just the oil/fracking boom contributing to ND? Wow.
Yes, though it started from a low base. Even so, it is highly profitable which is why it's still pushing its way through in the northeast despite some serious concerns.
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