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29 June 2017 GDP Seasonal Adjustment Problems Persist, a Fix is Promised in July

By Ian Shepherdson

The third estimate of first quarter GDP growth, due today, will not be the final word on the subject. Indeed, there never will be a final word, because the numbers are revised indefinitely into the future.

Posted: 28th Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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