gross domestic product

Economists are forecasting what could be the strongest year for the economy in growth led by strong consumer spending.
The estimated second-quarter decline in the nation's gross domestic product marked the sharpest such drop on records dating to 1947.
Annual economic growth slowed to 2.3% for 2019 — 2.1% in the last quarter — after the initial "sugar rush" of the Trump administration's corporate tax breaks.
GDP is not a synonym for progress. Just look at the blistering inequality around the world.
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Nine years after the Great Recession began during the tax- and regulation-slashing Bush administration, some startlingly good economic news arrived from Washington, D.C., last week.
The SDGs and the Paris climate agreement are clearly interconnected and any effort to tackle one without immediate consideration of the other will do serious disservice to both.