Corporate profits in the United States in 2014, by industry (in billion U.S. dollars)

This statistic shows corporate profits in the United States in 2014, by industry. The corporate profits are defined as the net income of corporations in the National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA). In 2014, corporations in the petroleum and coal products industry made profits of about 59 billion U.S. dollars.

Download this statistic as XLS, PNG and PDF?
Basic Account
  • Access to basic statistics (approx. 7%)
  • Download as XLS, PNG and PDF
Premium Account
$49per month*
  • All the advantages of the Basic Account
  • Instant access to all statistics
  • Over 1 million datasets
Domestic industriesProfits in billion U.S. dollars
Other financial 418.8
Other nonfinancial 417.1
Retail trade 178.3
Wholesale trade 165.5
Information 130.9
Federal Reserve banks 92.5
Other durable goods 88.9
Transportation and warehousing 78.1
Chemical products 75.4
Food and beverage and tobacco products 59.5
Petroleum and coal products 59.2
Computer and electronic products 57.1
Utilities 47.5
Other nondurable goods 40.5
Machinery 37.2
Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and parts 32.6
Fabricated metal products 26.8
Electrical equipment, appliances, and components 20
You may also be interested in...
Show more
Recent Statistics
Recommended studies and dossiers
Society - Statistics & Facts

Find the proper statistic fast and easy: