U.S. Growth Picks Up: Normal Post-Winter Bounceback Or More? The U.S. economy gained momentum in the second quarter as consumers and businesses picked up their spending. Gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 2.6 percent.
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U.S. Growth Picks Up: Normal Post-Winter Bounceback Or More?

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U.S. Growth Picks Up: Normal Post-Winter Bounceback Or More?

U.S. Growth Picks Up: Normal Post-Winter Bounceback Or More?

U.S. Growth Picks Up: Normal Post-Winter Bounceback Or More?

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The U.S. economy gained momentum in the second quarter as consumers and businesses picked up their spending. Gross domestic product grew at an annual rate of 2.6 percent, an improvement over the first quarter but still not approaching the dynamic economy President Trump promised during the campaign.