Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

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How calculating GDP is like making a gravy

May 19, 2015
"Reduce it down and get the real essence of flavor," says a Fed economist.
Posted In: Gross Domestic Product (GDP), bureau of economic analysis, Unemployment

U.S. government releases a second revision of GDP

Sep 26, 2014
Nearly every category was up. But growth can be deceptive.
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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Why the GDP got revised downward

May 29, 2014
Revised GDP figures showed economic contraction, while other indicators seemed OK.
Posted In: Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

We probably should stop taking the GDP so seriously

Feb 28, 2014
Using GDP to rate the economy is like rating a song based on notes.
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Second quarter GDP revised upward

Aug 29, 2013
There's news today U.S. economy was surprisingly strong -- once upon a time.
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), economic indicators

Why you should be scared by 1.7% GDP growth

Jul 31, 2013
The U.S. economy expanded 1.7 percent in the spring months -- but does that mean the recovery is out of the woods?
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

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)

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

Will jobs numbers follow GDP to show slower economy?

Feb 1, 2013
January unemployment numbers will help economists figure out which direction the economy is headed.
Posted In: Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Economy

U.S. economy shrinks for first time since 2009

Jan 30, 2013
GDP shrank 0.1 percent last quarter. Private investment rose, but government spending fell. That bodes ill if automatic budget cuts can’t be avoided.
Posted In: GDP, Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

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