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US quarterly GDP growth slows to 0.7% in Q4 2015 [CHARTS]

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US gross domestic product slowed to an adjusted growth rate of 0.7% for the fourth quarter of 2015. The increase fell just short of economists’ expectations of 0.8%, according to a survey by Bloomberg. The US economy faced a number of macroeconomic obstacles in the fourth quarter, such as low oil prices, a strong US dollar, and a sluggish world economy.

See the following visualizations which highlight quarterly US GDP growth, as well as a number of other important economic indicators.


Total Job Openings in the U.S.


Federal Funds Rate vs. Inflation


Crude Oil Spot Pricing


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