gross domestic product of America Annual estimates increased 6.6% in the second quarter, a figure revised upwards slightly from the first estimate, according to data from trade department Posted on Thursday.
NS Responsible for the elaboration of the first estimate Start of 6.5% in annual projection (Increase in 12 months if the condition at the time of measurement is maintained).
Vaccination to reopen the economy and billions of dollars in public aid distributed among the population fueled consumption.
In the quarter-on-quarter comparison, growth is at 1.6%, which is steady from earlier estimates.
Indicators for the month of July show a slowdown in reactivation due to the delta version of the coronavirus, which once again triggered cases in the country.
According to the PCE Inflation Index, prices rose 6.5% between April and June, compared to 3.8% in the previous quarter. If more volatile food and energy prices are excluded, core inflation is at an all-time high since 1975 at 6.1 percent.
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