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GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is the main measure of the country’s economic output. The quarterly reports of GDP growth released by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis are taken serious both by the members of the US Fed’s FOMC and by the currency traders. It is considered as one of the most important fundamental indicators. Fast GDP growth help the US dollar to rise versus other currencies, while lower values of GDP growth or even decline put dollar under pressure. The GDP data is reported three times for each quarter — in advance, preliminary, and final reports. The reports are out near the end of each month. The posts found in this tag archive will help you to learn what GDP values were reported in the USA since 2007.

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