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Old 06-06-2018, 03:42 PM   #1
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Best guess for GDP for 2018 ?

Looks like a pretty strong 3% on an annualized basis so far. What say you for where 2018 ends up ?
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Looks like a pretty strong 3% on an annualized basis so far. What say you for where 2018 ends up ?
Why don't you do a poll?
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Really?
1Q2018 was 2.2%
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Looks like a pretty strong 3% on an annualized basis so far. What say you for where 2018 ends up ?
Where did you see 3%?

The number for Q1 was 2.2%.
And estimates for Q2 range from 2.6% to 4.8%, but of course we need to wait for the quarter to end.

For the full year, I'm guessing about 2.8%.
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