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Discussion: (3 comments)

  1. Did GDP grow 2.2% last year — or was it 1.5%?“…

    Does it matter?

    The amount of debt exceeded the GDP

  2. “taking the quarterly GDP numbers and then averaging them together” wont always work, especially if they vary by a lot; increases of 1,2,3,4% in that order is different that if they occur in the opposite order…

    i show quarterly percentages increases of 2.0, 1.3, 3.1, & -0.1…i dont see a 2.2 average out those anyway…

    1. Grant David Price

      [Crickets]

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