Data Round-Up: Consumption Turned Stronger in 16Q4

posted by Michael Lewis on March 30, 2017

Found in US, categorized in Macro

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For 16Q4, the consumer now looks stronger. Though the U.S. appears to have had (another) first quarter lull -- FMI is tracking around +1.5% real growth for 17Q1 – real GDP should pick up ahead.


FMI’s analyses of today’s Third Report of 16Q4 GDP and the latest Weekly UI Claims and Rail Traffic results.

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