Financial Times: The U.S. economy expanded at its fastest rate in two years in the third quarter as an upturn in exports helped drive annualized GDP growth to 2.9 per cent, twice the pace in the previous quarter. … The firm GDP report will deprive [Donald] Trump of fresh evidence supporting his narrative of decaying growth and poor exports, even if it fails to dispel longer-term concerns about poor corporate investment and productivity. One of the chief drivers was stronger exports, which rose at a 10 percent annualized pace, the strongest since before the dollar upsurge that battered US trade figures.
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