gdp

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    Costs and benefits of producing or importing.

    The costs and benefits of producing or importing: The expenditure formula itself only reduces or increases GDP by the nation's net trade balance which is based upon the dollar value of globally traded products. But there's often additional production supporting goods and services that are not...
  2. S

    Blaming this USA plant's closing on Trump's tariffs is a lie.

    Element Electronics company is obviously lying. If the USA levies tariffs upon components, I would suppose and expect we would do so upon similar imported components and finished products from all foreign nations. USA producers are at disadvantages to cheaper foreign labor, but they're at...
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    Balances of trade understate their effects upon their nation's domestic production.

    Balances of trade understate their effects upon their nation's domestic production. Nation's balances of international trade are determined by the total net prices of their globally traded goods and service products which contribute to trade surplus nations' and reduce trade deficit nations'...
  4. reedak

    Trump Skews Claims on Economy, GDP Growth

    1. The following news report dated July 26, 2018 under the headline "AP FACT CHECK: Trump Skews Claims on Economy, GDP Growth" was contributed by Associated Press writers Jill Colvin in Peosta, Iowa, and Granite City, Ill., and Hope Yen, Darlene Superville and Ken Thomas in Washington at...
  5. S

    GDP report shows booming 4.1 percent growth

    7/27/2018 Trump: On track to hit highest annual growth rate in over 13 years The U.S. economy grew by 4.1 percent in the second quarter of 2018, marking the fastest economic expansion in nearly four years, according to a highly anticipated estimate released Friday by the Commerce Department...
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    A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced.

    A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced. A trade deficit indicates the nation consumed more than it produced. Annual trade deficits are always net detrimental to their nation's GDP and thus to their numbers of jobs. I'm among the proponents of the improved trade...
  7. S

    Annual trade deficits are always net detrimental to their nation's GDP.

    Annual trade deficits are always net detrimental to their nation's GDP and drag upon their numbers of jobs. They indicate national use and consumption exceeded the nation's production. Respectfully, Supposn
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    President Trump's Tariffs

    President Trump's Tariffs: I did not vote for a Democrat or a Republican 2017 presidential candidate or for their electoral college supporters. I indicated my rejection by voting for less than electable 3d party candidate, to demonstrate my opposition to the declared policies of both major...
  9. S

    China plans tariffs on 3B worth of US goods after Trump order.

    China plans tariffs on 3B worth of US goods after Trump order. Refer to https://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2018/03/22/China-plans-tariffs-on-3B-worth-of-US-goods-after-Trump-order/1951521725671/ Ichoro & Artillary77, I'm among the proponents of USA adopting the trade policy described...
  10. S

    Tax law may send factories and jobs abroad

    I'm among the proponents of a trade policy described within Wikipedia's “Import Certificates” article. The Import Certificate trade policy would have no problem with USA's new tax laws. Respectfully, Supposn Excerpted from: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/08/b...e=sectionfront Tax law...
  11. TNVolunteer73

    Trump GDP Growth estimated 10% higher than first thought.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...hree-year-high GDP was revised from 3% to 3.3% Remember when the Revisions to GDP Growth were made during the Obama Administration he always OVER PROMISED and Under Delivered Trump is Under promising and over delivering. Obama always...
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    Under the 8 years of Obama our GDP

    never hit 3% and went below 1%. The first 2 quarters under this administration it has been 3% and above...and is expected to hit 3.6% in the third quarter. It appears easing of regulations and the push to get tax reform finished this year has had a very positive result, for the nation.
  13. Hashtag

    Third-Quarter GDP Up 3%

    First reading, will be updated, could be lower, could be higher. But the first reading after the hurricanes is very favorable. https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/27/first-reading-on-third-quarter-gdp-up-3-point-0-percent-vs-2-point-5-percent-rise-expected.html
  14. TNVolunteer73

    Another Trump Promise Kept 3% GDP growth.

    Thanks Trump. For giving us the Best Economy since Bush was in office. Thanks Trump for giving us an Unemployment Rate that Rivals the "Great Clinton Economy" (only Difference there Buffett says there is no Bubble with this economy) Thanks Trump for creating an Economy that >1,200,000...
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    US revised second-quarter GDP up 3.0% vs 2.7% rise expected

    Thank you, President Trump. The tone you have set , the regulations rollback, and reduction, have been a boost. US revised second-quarter GDP up 3.0% vs 2.7% rise expected https://www.cnbc.com/2017/08/30/us-revised-second-quarter-gdp.html Now, if the sad sacks in Congress get...
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    compare Tariffs and Import Certificates

    Import Certificates Vs. Tariffs: I’m a proponent of USA could adopt an Import Tariff policy as described in the Wikipedia article entitled “Import Certificates”. Refer to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Import_certificates The subject of tariffs often arises within discussions of Import...
  17. Boo

    Obama is First President Ever to Not See Single Year of 3% GDP Growth

    The rate of real economic growth is the single greatest determinate of both America’s strength as a nation and the well-being of the American people. On Thursday the Commerce Department announced that the US economy expanded at the slowest pace in two yearsGDP growth rose at an anemic 0.5%...
  18. Jimmyb

    1st Quater GDP has Been Revised Down to Negative 0.7.

    The average GDP growth for the first quarter since 1947 has been 4.0%, The first quarter of 2015 as revised down to -0.7. This makes the average first quarter GDP average around --.04 since 2009. Contrasting this with the history since 1947, all all first quarters since 1947 averaged a 4.0...
  19. skews13

    Thanks Obama Economy Surges As 5% GDP Growth Strongest In Over A Decade

    [url=http://www.politicususa.com/2014/12/23/thanks-obama-economy-surges-gdp-growth-fastest-decade.html]Thanks, Obama! Economy Surges The federal government reported Friday that real GDP growth rose by 5.0% for the third quarter of 2014, marking the fastest growth in any quarter since...
  20. excalibur

    First Quarter GDP Readjusted Down - Weather Blamed

    Originally the first quarter 2014 GDP had been an anemic +0.1% growth. It has now been readjusted down to -1% growth. Of course Obama asserts that is due to the cold winter. And this chart says it was rather cold. Now all this is rather curious as NOAA has another chart of adjusted...