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Inventory levels rise

billions of dollars 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 Mar. 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Mar. 2023
Note(s):
Data are seasonally adjusted.
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Inventory levels rise
  billions of dollars
March 2018 78.916
April 2018 80.560
May 2018 81.002
June 2018 81.845
July 2018 82.079
August 2018 82.968
September 2018 84.381
October 2018 85.102
November 2018 84.817
December 2018 85.121
January 2019 85.712
February 2019 85.900
March 2019 86.638
April 2019 88.026
May 2019 88.906
June 2019 87.471
July 2019 88.389
August 2019 88.927
September 2019 88.206
October 2019 87.677
November 2019 87.918
December 2019 87.987
January 2020 88.161
February 2020 87.338
March 2020 88.145
April 2020 87.661
May 2020 87.027
June 2020 86.329
July 2020 85.480
August 2020 85.284
September 2020 86.163
October 2020 86.104
November 2020 86.652
December 2020 86.225
January 2021 87.932
February 2021 88.469
March 2021 89.126
April 2021 89.487
May 2021 89.946
June 2021 90.849
July 2021 93.974
August 2021 96.417
September 2021 97.734
October 2021 99.538
November 2021 101.046
December 2021 103.758
January 2022 106.365
February 2022 107.586
March 2022 110.504
April 2022 112.585
May 2022 114.780
June 2022 117.407
July 2022 118.931
August 2022 120.897
September 2022 121.762
October 2022 122.337
November 2022 121.288
December 2022 121.634
January 2023 121.583
February 2023 123.888
March 2023 124.503
Note(s):
Data are seasonally adjusted.
Source(s):
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