US Economics

US Data Response
29 October, 2010

Output growth rebounds from overly-weak July

Stronger August GDP data partially reflect temporary factors related to housing, while
supporting prospects of stronger and sustained business investment. Overall, there is
nothing in this report to prompt any change in our view that near-term GDP growth
will be sub-par....

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