Inventory Correction Masks Resilient Demand in U.S. GDP ReportBy
Slower inventory investment subtracts most from GDP since 2012
Economy in third quarter expands 3% excluding unsold goods
America’s economy pulled back in the third quarter as companies cleared out inventory. Beneath the surface, though, the government’s tally of gross domestic product showed buoyant consumer and business spending.
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