US GDP figures, more on the US and EU vs China, and social media’s comeuppance

1. US GDP growth comes in at 4.1% for Q2
While the headline number was real growth for the quarter at an annualized 4.1% rate, the big deal was the inflation number attached to the headline number. Given the rise in GDP and in disposable personal income, and the relatively decent overall savings rat...


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