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Red de Genios dijo...

U.S. third-quarter growth raised to 4.1%

Consumer spending, business investment faster than initially estimated

Red de Genios dijo...

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The U.S. economy expanded in the third quarter at its fastest pace in two years owing to stronger consumer spending and business investment than previously reported, according to newly revised government figures.

Gross domestic product climbed at a 4.1% annual rate from July through September, the Commerce Department said Friday. Previously the increase was reported as 3.6%.

Red de Genios dijo...

Consumer spending, the main driver of the U.S. economy, rose 2% instead a lackluster 1.4% as initially estimated. That’s roughly how fast consumer spending has risen in 2013.

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Yet the news wasn’t all good. The bulk of the increase in consumer outlays was spent on gasoline and health care — necessities that deprive households of discretionary income to spend on other goods and services.

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Business investment, meanwhile, was somewhat stronger, mainly on software and similar products. Spending on intellectual property jumped 5.8% instead of the prior estimate of 1.7%.

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The buildup in third-quarter inventories, which accounted for about 40% of overall third-quarter growth, was little changed. Companies stockpiled $115.7 billion worth of goods on warehouse shelves.

Red de Genios dijo...

Economists say GDP could fall in the final months of 2013, perhaps sharply, if companies are unable to sell all the goods they stockpiled. A survey of economists by MarketWatch forecasts growth to drop to 2.1% in the fourth quarter.

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Yet businesses continued to build up inventories in the first month of the fourth quarter, indicating that they think sales will continue to rise. If that’s the case, fourth-quarter growth could be stronger than expected.

Trade also contributed a bit more to faster growth in the third quarter.

Red de Genios dijo...

The increase in exports was revised to 3.9% from 3.7%, while the rise in imports were trimmed to 2.4% from 2.7%. The U.S. economy grows faster when it exports more and imports less.

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The annualized pace of inflation was little changed at 1.9% as measured by the PCE index, or just 1.4% on a core basis.

Before the report, economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast GDP to be revised up to 3.7% in the government’s final update. GDP is revised twice after its initial release to take into account information not available when the report is first published.

Red de Genios dijo...

The annualized pace of inflation was little changed at 1.9% as measured by the PCE index, or just 1.4% on a core basis.

Before the report, economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast GDP to be revised up to 3.7% in the government’s final update. GDP is revised twice after its initial release to take into account information not available when the report is first published.