Daily commentary: On the lower US nominal GDP growth numbers and the Fed

The GDP numbers for the US came out again and they were weaker than anticipated, coming in at 2.2% for real GDP growth instead of the 2.5% expected. With the GDP deflator also being low at 1.5%, nominal GDP growth was only 3.7%. I should point out that there is a good historical relationship between...

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