The US economy lost more popularity than expected at the end of 2018. Between October and December, the overall household yield (GDP) grew at an annual rate of 2.2 per cent, the Commercial Division said on Thursday. In an earlier estimate, there was a talk about plus a 2.6 per cent. In the third quarter of 2018, there was still 3.4 per cent.
In addition to the weaker global economy, the size of consumers' expenditure increased faster. For the full 2018 year, the world's largest economy grew by 2.9 per cent.
This left the board and found him the third percent of President Donald Trump's figure. Trump had previously been supporting the economy with a tax bill of $ 1.5 trillion. Most recently, it has complained to the middle bank that the level of growth was significantly higher than the racing trips. The Fed then stopped level runs.