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U.S. | 22 April 2019 So Much for the Q1 Rollover: GDP Appears to have Breached 2%
The U.S. consumer is back on track, almost. We have argued in recent months that the sharp slowdown in the rate of growth of consumption is mostly a story about a transition from last year's surge, when spending was boosted by the tax cuts and, later, by falling gas prices, to a sustainable pace roughly in line with real after-tax income growth.

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22 April 2019 So Much for the Q1 Rollover: GDP Appears to have Breached 2%

By Ian Shepherdson

The U.S. consumer is back on track, almost. We have argued in recent months that the sharp slowdown in the rate of growth of consumption is mostly a story about a transition from last year's surge, when spending was boosted by the tax cuts and, later, by falling gas prices, to a sustainable pace roughly in line with real after-tax income growth.

Posted: 22nd Apr 2019 in 'U.S.'

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