The blue line shows residential investment as a share of GDP (left scale). It has plunged impressively. The red line shows exports as a share of GDP (right scale).
You see, just as US vacations are incredibly cheap right now for Europeans, so are US goods and services. The law of demand tells us to expect increased demand with lower prices and so we see in this graph. What is equally interesting is this surge in demand for US exports has countered the fall in investments in housing that woudl have otherwise, most likely, plunged us into recession already.
So thanks Clayton Jolly!