United States Investment as percent of GDP


The Investment as percent of GDP in the United States was reported at 15.03 percent of GDP in 2009, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Data are based on individual countries' national accounts statistics. For many countries; the estimates of national saving are built up from national accounts data on gross domestic investment and from balance of payments-based data on net foreign investment In 2009, the United States' economy share of world total GDP, adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity, was 20.46 percent. In 2015, the United States's share of world total GDP is forecasted to be 18.28 percent. This page includes a chart, historical data and forecast for the United States's Investment as percent of GDP.



         
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IMF Data Specifications


CountryUnited States
Subject DescriptorInvestment
Subject NotesData are based on individual countries' national accounts statistics. For many countries; the estimates of national saving are built up from national accounts data on gross domestic investment and from balance of payments-based data on net foreign investment
UnitsPercent of GDP
Scale 
Country/Series-specific NotesDefinition: Gross capital formation at market prices Source: Haver analytics Latest actual data: 2009 Primary domestic currency: U.S. dollars Data last updated: 04/2010
Estimates Start After2009
TitleUnited States Investment as percent of GDP
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