February 2005
Economic Indicators;Feb2005, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p32
Presents charts and graphs on U.S. federal finance. Federal debt from 1988 to 2005; Federal receipts by source and outlays by function in the first four months of fiscal 2005; Increase in federal current expenditures in the fourth quarter of 2004.


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