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The slowing down of the Singaporeaeconomy can be put down to the global state of the economy.
"The fears of a no-deal Brexit have piled the pressure on the pound and the dollar’s rally has come as a sucker punch," Neil Wilson, the chief market analyst at Markets.com, said in an email.
Trump got a dynamite GDP number last quarter — and early signs point to the next one being even better
President Donald Trump celebrated the 4.1% GDP growth in the second quarter as a sign his policies were working. Based on early estimates for third-quarter GDP, there may be more to celebrate on the way.
WALL STREET WARNS: Trump’s trade policies could bring the US back to an economic horror from the 1970s
In a broad effort to rearrange global trade relationships, Trump has slapped tariffs on some of America's biggest business partners. And as effects of protectionism kick in, analysts are reminded of the 1970's when rising inflation and stalling growth plagued the economy.
President Donald Trump said Friday he expected the US economy to grow even faster in the second half the year. Second-quarter GDP increased at an annual pace of 4.1%, the highest since 2014.
Friday's GDP number was expected to be strong, partly because exports surged as buyers stockpiled on concerns that trade disputes would worsen.
An unintended consequence of Trump’s trade war is coming for one of the industries that will be hit hardest, and it could give him a big win
Soybean farmers are expected to be among the hardest hit by President Donald Trump's trade war with China — but before the pain starts, the farmers could hand Trump a huge public-relations win on the US economy.
The Canadian dollar climbed Friday after data showed the economy grew at a slightly faster pace than expected last month.
After economic activity in Canada slowed more than expected in the first quarter, some analysts say chances of the central bank raising its key rate next month are looking slim.
During most of this recovery, first-quarter gross-domestic-product growth has tended to undershoot the rest of the year because of seasonal-adjustment issues related to how the Bureau of Economic Analysis adjusts for unusual changes in economic activity.