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U.S. | 22 January 2019 Q1 GDP will Take a Hit, Despite Back Pay for Government Workers
The chance of a zero GDP print for the first quarter diminished--but did not die--last week when the president signed a bill granting full back pay to about 300K government workers currently furloughed.

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22 January 2019 Q1 GDP will Take a Hit, Despite Back Pay for Government Workers

By Ian Shepherdson

The chance of a zero GDP print for the first quarter diminished--but did not die--last week when the president signed a bill granting full back pay to about 300K government workers currently furloughed.

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

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