The US GDP surged by 3.2% in the first quarter of 2019 and outperformed all G7 economies as the economy appears to improved by 1% compared to the last quarter of 2018, making it the best quarter for the US economy since 2015, despite a five-week government slowdown from December to January.
The US government projects 3% growth in 2019, a significant increase from the  2.2% average over the last decade and, unlike in Europe, the US does not face the threat of a new recession in 2019.
The govern...

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