US GDP Growth

The Economic Times  Apr 27  Comment 
If you go by the new methodology, Q4 will definitely be more than 7%. But on an aggregate, I am looking at some sort of a downside to the 7.4% projection.
guardian.co.uk  Apr 26  Comment 
Economists expect latest figures to show that growth has fallen from 0.6% to 0.5% since end of 2014 George Osborne’s stewardship of the economy is expected to take a dent on Tuesday when the latest official figures show last year’s healthy...
Wall Street Journal  Apr 26  Comment 
The official first-quarter GDP growth of 7% is overstated, experts agree, but pinning down the real number is a head-scratcher.
Clusterstock  Apr 23  Comment 
We hear over and over again how the weather has taken a bite out of the economy in the first quarter. And how the economy will eventually bounce back. Currently, Wall Street expects that in the first quarter of this year, the economy grew by...
The Economic Times  Apr 22  Comment 
"According to our calculations, a deficient monsoon, if it comes true, will shave off 0.50% from our GDP forecast of 7.9% for fiscal 2016," it said.
Forbes  Apr 15  Comment 
America has a big opportunity that could create millions of jobs and accelerate GDP growth. It is investing in rebuilding the countries infrastucvutree which has been crumbling for years. Today’s infrastructure is not only inefficient it costs...
MarketWatch  Apr 15  Comment 
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Wednesday said "now may be a good time to begin normalizing U.S. monetary policy." Bullard, one of the more hawkish members, said labor markets are improving at a rapid rate, GDP growth prospects remain...
Financial Times  Apr 15  Comment 
Slowdown to annual rate of 7% highlights challenge of finding new drivers
WA Business News  Apr 15  Comment 
Yahoo  Apr 14  Comment 
China's annual economic growth likely slowed to a six-year low of 7 percent in the first quarter as demand at home and abroad faltered, fanning expectations that authorities will have to roll out more policy stimulus to avert a sharper slowdown....




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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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