The number: 2.6% is a bit lower than expectations of 2.7%.
That’s higher than the previous revisions, but again, thanks to slightly weak spending numbers that’s weaker than expected.
But again, we’re talking about a quarter that ended in September.
Background: Kind of a snooze at this point, because it’s the third revision of a quarter that ended months ago, but analysts are looking for the third revision of GDP to come in at 2.7%. That’s a bit up from 2.5% in the November revision.
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