Stronger exports and consumer spending, backed by a healthy job market, helped restore growth to the world’s biggest economy at a time when worries about a possible recession are rising.
Consecutive quarters of falling GDP constitute one informal, though not definitive, indicator of a recession.
Ex-President Donald Trump was fixated on GDP during his time in office. Maybe he shouldn't have been.
Some countries are rejecting an obsession with GDP and finding different ways to measure success. Welcome to the happiness economy.
"You already made the jobs disappear, sweetie," noted one Twitter follower.
Surveys show people don't want to return to a normal that wasn’t working for them in the first place.
Measures taken to slow the spread of coronavirus are already causing business closures and layoffs and will likely also bring a “collapse” in spending.
President's GDP tweet has been contradicted by his top White House economic adviser; he still hasn't removed it.