In 1963 savings by the private sector in the United States was $95.2 billion. The government ran a deficit of $3.8 billion, and the U.S. invested a net of $3.8 billion in foreign countries. These numbers indicate that gross private investment in the United States in 1963 was:

$102.8 billion.
$99 billion.
$95.2 billion.
$91.4 billion.
$87.6 billion.

Disposable income is the amount of income that:

households can save or spend for consumption.
is earned by resources in the process of production.
is received as transfer payments.
people consume, save, or pay to the government as taxes.

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