Data Round-Up: 17Q4 Growth Falls a Bit Short, Favorable I/S Ratio Points to Better Early 2018

posted by Michael Lewis on January 26, 2018

Found in US, categorized in Macro

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Real GDP rose +2.6% in 17Q4, disappointing the White House, which was hoping for a third-straight 3-header number (though there will be revisions the next two months...).


FMI’s analyses of today’s Advance Report of 17Q4 GDP, December Durable Goods Orders and December Advance Indicators (Goods-trade, wholesale & retail inventories) results.

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