The United States gross domestic product report showed the US economy expanded by an estimated 2.3% in the second quarter of this year.
GDP comes from a bunch of different sources: personal consumption of goods and services, private investment, imports and exports, and expenditures by governments.
For a bigger picture of how we got there, here’s a breakdown of how each of those components added to, or subtracted from, the overall GDP change:
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