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The mystery behind China's GDP growth figures

Jul 15, 2013
China's own premier has called China's growth figures 'manmade.' Find out what's behind the economic growth numbers of the world's second largest economy.
Posted In: GDP, China

China's GDP growth slows to 7.5%

Jul 15, 2013
China's GDP growth slowed in the second quarter to 7.5 percent -- its weakest pace since 1991.
Posted In: China, GDP, global economy

No joke: The U.S. government says Kim Kardashian helps the economy

Jun 28, 2013
The U.S. government is set to begin calculating GDP in a way that factors in the economic value of entertainment, such as Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Angelina Jolie.
Posted In: hollywood, GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

First quarter GDP growth revised down to 1.8%

Jun 26, 2013
Remember during the dark days of winter when you were feeling lethargic. Same with the economy, turns out.
Posted In: GDP

The new measure of America

Jun 19, 2013
'Measure of America' is an index that wraps GDP, general well-being and access to opportunity into one number.
Posted In: GDP, happiness

First quarter GDP report disappoints

Apr 26, 2013
The GDP growth of 2.5 percent falls short of what economists had predicted. But does that mean bad news for the economy?
Posted In: Weekly Wrap, GDP

Why there's nothing wrong with a 2.5 percent increase in GDP

Apr 26, 2013
With all the dysfunction in government and economies, why should a 2.5 percent increase in GDP sound bad?
Posted In: Gross Domestic Product (GDP), GDP

Why do we need GDP to grow anyway?

Apr 26, 2013
U.S. GDP grew at an annual pace of 2.5 percent in the first quarter, disappointing investors and many economists. But why is GDP growth necessary?
Posted In: GDP, American dream

U.S. economy to 'grow' 3% under new GDP calculation

Apr 22, 2013
The U.S. economy will grow by 3 percent this summer, due to a change in the data used to calculate GDP.
Posted In: GDP, Economics

China's economic growth slows

Apr 15, 2013
China’s economy continues to rev, but certainly slower than many had anticipated this past quarter. Growth came in at 7.7 percent, down two tenths from the previous quarter.
Posted In: China, GDP, exports

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