Quarterly commentary on the advance estimate of the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ GDP report.
At 2.5 percent, U.S. GDP’s growth rate signals that a robust recovery has yet to take hold
| 11:36 am, April 26, 2013
Today’s data on economic growth in the first three months of 2013 confirms that the U.S. economy is growing just above stall speed, as 2.5 percent growth is consistent with just the lightest downward pressure on unemployment rates.
Economy’s contraction does not signal return to recession, but does signal that policymakers should target faster growth
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