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26th Oct 2022 16:30U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Foreign trade likely was the biggest single driver of Q3 GDP growth, mostly due to plunging imports…
  • GDP forecasts could change markedly after the September advance trade and inventory data today.
  • Downside risk for September new home sales; the reported August jump is not sustainable

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