It depends on how you read the data, economist Megan Greene of Harvard says.
Money spent on things like equipment, computers and office supplies accounts for about 13% of gross domestic product.
What would happen to the economy if Ford stopped production of the F-150, for example?
A tax cut and a trade war later, the economy seems pretty similar to the one the president inherited.
That question stumped Kai and Molly on this week's "Make Me Smart." Here's the answer.
The Chinese government may resort to the use of monetary policy to promote the economic growth that is eluding it.