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26th Jan 2023 16:38U.S., Daily Monitor

  • Q4 GDP growth was mostly due to unsustainable inventory and net trade gains.
  • Final domestic demand rose only by 0.8%, and Q1 could be even weaker.
  • The downturn in core durable goods continues; it has further to run.

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