The economy apparently shrank and grew at the same time

Sep 15, 2023
Depending on how you measure it, the economy either grew or shrank, according to BEA statistics.
Gross domestic product, or GDP, and gross domestic income, or GDI, are different ways to measure the economy.
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Gross domestic income (GDI), explained

Aug 25, 2022
GDI should be close to GDP, theoretically. It's not.
Measure all spending in an economy and all income in an economy, and they should be roughly the same. New figures show that's not the case right now.
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Which economic stats matter most?

Jul 9, 2018
Our listener asks which economic statistics are the best predictors of future economic performance.
A financial professional loosk at his computer screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at the end of the trading day Dec. 16, 2008 in New York City. 
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