Gross Domestic Product


US economy disappoints with with 6.5% growth in Q2

US GDP July preview


US GDP April review

US GDP Quick Analysis: Strong growth now, stronger even later, three reasons for the dollar to rise

The Federal Reserve will keep printing dollars and depress the currency – less than 24 hours after making that assumption, Gross Domestic Product figures for the first quarter are already causing a rethink. While the headline is at 6.4% annualized growth – well within expectations – the components are pointing to heating and perhaps overheating economy. That could boost the dollar.


US GDP March review

US: Real GDP expands by in 4.3% in Q4 vs. 4.1% expected

The United States' Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded at an annual rate of 4.3% in the fourth quarter, the US Bureau of Economic Analysis reported on Thursday. This reading came in better than the previous estimate and market expectation of 4.1%.


US GDP February review


US GDP January review


GDP Latest News

New Zealand: GDP surprised to the upside in Q2 2021 – UOB

GDP Latest Reports

Get ready for the Bank of England meeting next week