Fourth-Quarter GDP Gets Revised Higher

The University of Michigan's sentiment index and Chicago PMI also beat economists' forecast

The upward revision in fourth-quarter gross domestic product growth to 1.4% from the 0.7% gain previously reported was a bit higher than the consensus forecast. There were a couple of component surprises that partly explain why many economists were caught off-guard with the revision, and had estimates that were too low.

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