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The U.S. Economy Expanded Beyond Initial Estimates in the Fourth Quarter of 2023

The U.S. economy experienced even more growth in the fourth quarter of 2023 than previously reported, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis. This upward revision was driven by several factors, including rises in consumer spending, government spending, exports, and fixed investments.

The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the fourth quarter of 2023 was revised up to an annual rate of 3.4%, with personal income also increasing by $230.2 billion, $10.7 billion higher than the initial estimate. Real GDP growth, adjusted for inflation, was at 3.2%, showing a positive trend in economic performance.

In addition to the GDP growth, personal saving experienced an increase, reaching $815.5 billion, with a saving rate of 4.0%. Domestic U.S. corporate profits also saw a significant increase, rising by $5.9 billion compared to the previous quarter. Real gross output for 2023 as a whole increased by 2.1%, showing growth across private goods-producing industries, private services-producing industries, and government sectors.

Prices also showed an upward trend, with the price index for gross domestic purchases increasing by 1.9% in the fourth quarter

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