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    US Economy Grew Faster Than Expected in Final Three Months of 2015i
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    February 26, 2016 11:47 PM
    The U.S. economy beat expectations in the final quarter of 2015, growing at a faster pace than economists expected. But not by much. Instead of barely growing, the latest revised estimate suggests the U.S. economy expanded one percent in the last three months of the year… just enough for President Obama to counter Republican claims of gloom and doom. Mil Arcega reports.

    US Economy Grew Faster Than Expected in Final Three Months of 2015

    Published February 26, 2016

    The U.S. economy beat expectations in the final quarter of 2015, growing at a faster pace than economists expected. But not by much. Instead of barely growing, the latest revised estimate suggests the U.S. economy expanded one percent in the last three months of the year… just enough for President Obama to counter Republican claims of gloom and doom. Mil Arcega reports.


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