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26th Oct 2022 15:27U.S., Daily Monitor

  • We see upside risk for third quarter GDP growth; net trade likely drove growth to 3.1%.
  • Demand for labor is slowing, despite very low and stable initial jobless claims.
  • September durable goods orders likely boosted by aircraft, but core capex looks solid too, for now.

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