Bureau Of Economic Analysis

Updated U.S. GDP and Japan inflation data are among the macro numbers being released during what is for many a shortened workweek.
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The fourth-quarter GDP report showed that GDP grew 3.2 percent while final sales to consumers rose 7.1 percent, the strongest showing in four years. But the reality isn’t as good as all that.