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U.S. | 29 September 2017 Inventories Look set to Boost Q3 GDP Growth Substantially
With almost two thirds of the nominal data for the third quarter now available, we can make a stab at the contribution of inventories to real GDP growth.

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29 September 2017 Inventories Look set to Boost Q3 GDP Growth Substantially

By Ian Shepherdson

With almost two thirds of the nominal data for the third quarter now available, we can make a stab at the contribution of inventories to real GDP growth.

Posted: 28th Sep 2017 in 'U.S.'

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