Table12-5 - 215.2 322.2 2841.1 7.75 107150 1986 11450 224.4...

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TABLE 12-5 DEMAND FOR NEW PASSENGER CARS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1971 TO 1986 Y = New passenger cars sold (thousands), seasonally unadjusted Year Y 1971 10227 112.0 121.3 776.8 4.89 79367 1972 10872 111.0 125.3 839.6 4.55 82153 1973 11350 111.1 133.1 949.8 7.38 85064 1974 8775 117.5 147.7 1038.4 8.61 86794 1975 8539 127.6 161.2 1142.8 6.16 85846 1976 9994 135.7 170.5 1252.6 5.22 88752 1977 11046 142.9 181.5 1379.3 5.50 92017 1978 11164 153.8 195.4 1551.2 7.78 96048 1979 10559 166.0 217.4 1729.3 10.25 98824 1980 8979 179.3 246.8 1918.0 11.28 99303 1981 8535 190.2 272.4 2127.6 13.73 100397 1982 7980 197.6 289.1 2261.4 11.20 99526 1983 9179 202.6 298.4 2428.1 8.69 100834 1984 10394 208.5 311.1 2670.6 9.65 105005 1985 11039
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Unformatted text preview: 215.2 322.2 2841.1 7.75 107150 1986 11450 224.4 328.4 3022.1 6.31 109597 X 2 = New cars, Consumer Price Index, 1967 = 100, seasonally unadjusted X 3 = Consumer Price Index, all items, all urban consumers, 1967 = 100, seasonally unadjusted X 4 = The personal disposable income (PDI), billions of dollars, unadjusted for seasonal variation X 5 = The interest rate, percent, finance company paper placed directly X 6 = The employed civilian labor force (thousands), unadjusted for seasonal variation X 2 X 3 X 4 X 5 X 6...
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