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A Look at GDP for 2012-Q4

justfine Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 4:14 PM
It's cheese eating Surrender Monkeys who would have demanded that FDR get Congressional approval to send an invasion force onto Morocco and Algeria in November of 1942. And when the Vichy French and the Germans were waiting for our forces on the beach-heads, and then managed to Tea Bag thousands of Americans into friggin oblivion; you and your fellow chicken hawks would have exclaimed "At least the Constitution was followed!"
As we expected, economic growth in the United States picked up in the third quarter of 2012, increasing from the annualized growth rate of 1.3% recorded in 2012-Q2 to 2.0% in the BEA's initial GDP estimate for 2012-Q3.

We had forecast that real GDP would be recorded at $13,602.8 billion in terms of constant 2005 U.S. dollars, and the BEA's initial estimate came in at $13,616.2 billion - a difference of $13.4 billion, or with 0.01% of the BEA's recorded figure.

The BEA will revise this figure twice more before the end...

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