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Booming Economy: New York Fed GDP Reading Hits 3.9 Percent!

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3, Dec 2017  :you-dont-say-smiley-emoticon:

Booming Economy: New York Fed GDP Reading Hits 3.9 Percent
 
 
The New York Federal Reserve’s tool for forecasting gross domestic product (GDP) hit its highest point ever on Friday, pointing to a fourth-quarter GDP growth of 3.93 percent.

The number is so high that the New York Fed’s “Nowcasting Report” had to be rescaled to allow for such a high reading. Prior to the most recent quarter, the Nowcast has never before predicted GDP above 3.2 percent and rarely ever above 3 percent.

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http://www.breitbart.com/economics/2017/12/02/booming-economy-new-york-fed-gdp-reading-3-9-percent/

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notgoingtorespond
17 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Don't worry, they'll schedule a meeting to raise interest rates and stop any of this. 

Exactly thier plan.

Growth from what? People working  two or three jobs just to try and make ends meet? Hahaha

Edited by notgoingtorespond
autocorrect

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3 minutes ago, notgoingtorespond said:

Exactly thier plan.

Growth from what? People working  two or three jobs just to try and make ends meet? Hahaha

It's probably up from all the arms manufacturing going on. sarc kind of

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Funny, but under this president, I have yet to purchase any..,er...wait a second.. there was this one...

Ok, I purchased less "stuff" under this president than the previous president! Er 2 presidents....make that 3..

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