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U.S. | 29 Oct 2020 The Record Surge in Q3 GDP Growth does not Reverse the Covid Hit
In order fully to reverse the fall in GDP in the first and second quarters, the third quarter needs to grow at a 45.7% annualized rate.

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29 Oct 2020 The Record Surge in Q3 GDP Growth does not Reverse the Covid Hit

By Ian Shepherdson

In order fully to reverse the fall in GDP in the first and second quarters, the third quarter needs to grow at a 45.7% annualized rate.

Posted: 29th Oct 2020 in 'U.S.'

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