GDP Growth by President: How Does Barack Obama Compare?

Friday’s Bureau of Economic Analysis’ (BEA) advanced Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures painted a picture of a dull economy, with the annualized Q/Q growth rate coming in at about 2%.  When looking at the above chart, the dull economy is represented by the fact that year over year GDP growth rate has been hovering around 2% for around three years.  This hovering of the GDP growth rate around 2% is something more akin to slow growth European economies than . . .


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