TITLE

Banking and Investment

PUB. DATE
October 2002
SOURCE
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate;2002 4th Quarter, p125
SOURCE TYPE
Industry Profile
DOC. TYPE
Industry Overview
ABSTRACT
This article presents information on the U.S. industry quarterly review for retail and wholesale trade industry for the year 2003. The fields that had been analyzed in the tables include revenue, industry price, and gross profit, gross operating profit (GOP) and input cost. The GOP for the third quarter of 2002 is $436.1 billion. GOP for first quarter of 2003 is expected to be $431.1 billion. GOP for first quarter of 2004 is expected to be $438.2 billion. The input cost for the first quarter 2003 is $902.5 billion for materials and services, and $963.9 billion for labor.
ACCESSION #
14620576

 

Related Articles

  • WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRADE.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate;2002 4th Quarter, p128 

    The article presents statistics indicating the performance history and expected performance of the U.S. retail and wholesale trade industry for the year 2003. The GOP for the third quarter of 2002 is $436.1 billion. GOP for first quarter of 2003 is expected to be $431.1 billion. GOP for first...

  • WHOLESALE TRADE.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate;2002 4th Quarter, p129 

    This article presents information on the U.S. industry quarterly review for wholesale trade industry for the year 2003. The fields that had been analyzed in the tables include revenue, industry price, and gross profit, gross operating profit (GOP) and input cost. The GOP for the third quarter of...

  • RETAIL TRADE.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Finance, Insurance, Real Estate;2002 4th Quarter, p130 

    This article presents information on the U.S. industry quarterly review for retail trade industry for the year 2003. The fields that had been analyzed in the tables include revenue, industry price, and gross profit, gross operating profit (GOP) and input cost. The GOP for the third quarter of...

  • Time to recognise wholesale. Parfett, Steve // Grocer;7/19/2014, Vol. 237 Issue 8164, p24 

    The author notes how suppliers have recognized the importance and potential of the wholesale sector and its supply chain. Topics discussed include the commitment of Federation of Wholesale Distributors (FWD) supporters to help suppliers eliminate the perception of complexity when doing business...

  • U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Retail, Wholesale Trade.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Retail, Wholesale Trade;2003 2nd Quarter, p121 

    This article presents information on the U.S. industry quarterly review for the year 2003. The industries that were reviewed are: wholesale trade industry and retail trade industry. The fields that were analyzed in the tables include revenue, industry price, and gross profit, input cost and...

  • Retail Trade and Wholesale Trade.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Retail, Wholesale Trade;2003 1st Quarter, p123 

    This article presents an overview of the U.S. retail, wholesale trade, as of January 1, 2003. The outlook for retail sales during 2003 is pessimistic. Global Insight Inc. projects a 3.5% increase in retail and food service sales during the year, maintaining the growth rate of the previous two...

  • U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Retail, Wholesale Trade.  // U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Retail, Wholesale Trade;2003 1st Quarter, p123 

    This article presents an overview of the U.S. retail, wholesale trade, as of January 1, 2003. Consumer spending is expected to rise marginally in the second quarter of 2003. Strong, steady gains in consumer purchases cushioned the recession and boosted what recovery there was last year. But...

  • Leansourcing's the way to go for the wholesale trade. Heslop, Mike // Wholesale News;Jun2012, Issue 6, p15 

    The author discusses two ways the supply chain in Great Britain has been serviced. The author mentions that outsourcing to a third party and insourcing to a stand-along team are two ways supply chain has been served. He believes that outsourcing is likely the logical option for the sector due to...

  • SUPPLIERS FORCED TO CUT PRICES TO STOP UK SOURCING.  // Checkout;Jan2009, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p6 

    The article reports on the distributors who are forced to cut their wholesale prices in Ireland. The move aims to win back business from the country's retailers who have switched to buying from Great Britain due to cheaper prices created by the currency differential. A number of large branded...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics