Pantheon Macroeconomics - Yesterday's raft of data had no net impact on our forecast for second quarter GDP growth, which we still think will be about 21⁄4%.

U.S. | 27 June 2019 Orders, Trade and Inventory Data Suggest Q2 Growth Headed for 21⁄4%
Yesterday's raft of data had no net impact on our forecast for second quarter GDP growth, which we still think will be about 21⁄4%.

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27 June 2019 Orders, Trade and Inventory Data Suggest Q2 Growth Headed for 21⁄4%

By Ian Shepherdson

Yesterday's raft of data had no net impact on our forecast for second quarter GDP growth, which we still think will be about 21⁄4%.

Posted: 27th Jun 2019 in 'U.S.'

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