Chart 2
Inventory levels rise

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Note(s):
Data are seasonally adjusted.
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Inventory levels rise
  billions of dollars
June 2017 73.973
July 2017 74.055
August 2017 74.070
September 2017 73.853
October 2017 74.553
November 2017 75.608
December 2017 76.215
January 2018 76.721
February 2018 78.554
March 2018 78.835
April 2018 80.591
May 2018 81.008
June 2018 81.828
July 2018 82.209
August 2018 83.042
September 2018 84.442
October 2018 85.120
November 2018 84.772
December 2018 85.030
January 2019 85.614
February 2019 85.787
March 2019 86.445
April 2019 88.023
May 2019 88.979
June 2019 87.469
July 2019 88.577
August 2019 89.073
September 2019 88.337
October 2019 87.750
November 2019 87.849
December 2019 87.853
January 2020 88.050
February 2020 87.245
March 2020 87.965
April 2020 87.705
May 2020 87.300
June 2020 86.434
July 2020 85.766
August 2020 85.598
September 2020 86.433
October 2020 86.339
November 2020 86.765
December 2020 86.188
January 2021 87.644
February 2021 88.317
March 2021 88.855
April 2021 89.446
May 2021 90.332
June 2021 91.121
July 2021 94.295
August 2021 96.879
September 2021 98.246
October 2021 99.916
November 2021 101.126
December 2021 104.951
January 2022 106.258
February 2022 107.192
March 2022 109.835
April 2022 112.531
May 2022 114.043
June 2022 116.387
Note(s):
Data are seasonally adjusted.
Source(s):
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