Vital Signs for the Week of Mar. 1

On tap: February employment figures, business activity indexes, January personal income, and more

The second look at fourth-quarter gross domestic product numbers shows the economy grew at an upwardly revised 4.1%, from 4% in the advanced report. That defied economists' forecast of a decline to 3.7%. All the credit can go to businesses. The revised GDP figures showed investment in equipment and inventories grew more rapidly that first reported.

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