Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is a business reporter for NPR News, based at NPR's New York bureau.
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Workers weld drawers on the assembly line at the Metal Box International toolbox factory in Franklin Park, Ill. Many analysts estimate that U.S. economic growth picked up in the second quarter. Tim Aeppel/Reuters hide caption

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How Fast Did The Economy Grow? Forecasts Are All Over The Place

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President Trump Criticizes Federal Reserve For Raising Interest Rates

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EU And Japan Sign Trade Agreement That Was 5 Years In The Making

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A Chinese worker looks on as a cargo ship is loaded at a port in Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province, in July 2017. The United States is China's biggest single export market. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Is Better Able To Withstand A Trade War Than In The Past

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A Sinovel wind turbine is seen in Charlestown, Mass., in 2013. U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Friday ordered Sinovel to pay restitution and fines up to $59 million for stealing trade secrets. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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China, U.S. Plunge Into Trade War

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Shipping containers sit on a Hong Kong-based container ship at the Port of Oakland in California last month. The cost of the tariffs is likely to ripple through the global supply chains that make up much of the trade between the U.S. and China. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Aims Tariffs At Chinese Companies, But Other Firms Will Also Feel The Pain

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Trucks pass by cargo containers April 6 in Seattle. President Trump is preparing to impose tariffs on an additional $34 billion in Chinese imports on Friday, a move that China has promised to match. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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Trump Official Dismisses Warnings About Trade Tensions As 'Hiccups'

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Amazon Is More Than A Shopping Site. It's A Search Engine Too

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President Trump speaks at the White House alongside Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou during an announcement last July that the electronics supplier will open a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wisconsin Hopes Foxconn Will Make It A Digital Hub, But Skepticism Abounds

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Harley-Davidson Workers React To News Of Shifting Some Production Overseas

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Harley-Davidson motorcycle engines are assembled at the company's plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis. Tariffs from the European Union are prompting the company to shift production of some motorcycles for the European market overseas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Urges Harley-Davidson Not To Shift More Production Overseas

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GE's Fall From Dow Jones Is The Downfall Of An American Icon

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After the 2008 financial crisis, rules required much greater transparency on the sale of credit default swaps. But a loophole allows banks to evade regulation by offloading the trades to foreign subsidiaries. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters hide caption

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Big Banks Are Once Again Taking Risks With Complex Financial Trades, Report Says

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Canada's Dairy Prices Have Become A Contentious Issue With U.S. Leaders

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