US GDP Growth

The Economic Times  Feb 23  Comment 
"GDP growth in 2015/16 could be in the range of 7.5-7.8 per cent, lifted by a firm manufacturing sector and robust domestic demand," the Singapore-based research firm said.
The Economic Times  Feb 22  Comment 
In the past, India’s habit of revising economic data was confined to relatively minor tweaks, but this latest update is a wholesale rewriting of history.
Forbes  Feb 21  Comment 
For most astute people that keep up on world events, the notion that a country with GDP growth for 2014 of 7.8% starting crisis dialogues with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) must sound bizarre. The IMF typically steps in to help economies...
The Economic Times  Feb 21  Comment 
Parker says that investors would see whether the government can ensure that the economy accelerates back to over 6.5 per cent GDP growth.
The Economic Times  Feb 21  Comment 
Parker says that investors would see whether the government can ensure that the economy accelerates back to over 6.5 per cent GDP growth.
Clusterstock  Feb 20  Comment 
  Goldman Sachs has reduced its forecast for US GDP growth in the first quarter because of the brutal winter. In a note Friday, Goldman's Kris Dawsey said the bank has reduced its estimate by two-tenths to +2.8%: "Overall, it appears likely...
The Economic Times  Feb 19  Comment 
"In case you are looking at a number of more than 8%, it means that your inflation numbers would be substantially lower."
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 17  Comment 
The government must roll out Goods & Services Tax (GST) from April 2016 as it is likely to boost economic growth by 2 per cent, Godrej Group Chairman Adi Godrej said today.“Other things...
The Economic Times  Feb 17  Comment 
The combined net income of 100 firms with a market valuation of more than $100 million dropped 6 per cent in the three months ended in December from a year earlier.
Wall Street Journal  Feb 16  Comment 
Japan’s economy pulled out of a recession in the fourth quarter of last year, but weak domestic demand pointed to further challenges ahead for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.




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This article is about the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP). For article on GDP of other countries see GDP (Disambiguation)

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