US third quarter growth revised up to 2.5%

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The US economy grew at 2.5% in the third quarter, a faster rate than previously estimated.

GDP was revised upwards from 2%, though economists were expecting a revision to 2.4%. Exports, as well as consumer and government spending were stronger than initially thought, the Commerce Depa...

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