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RHODE ISLAND GDP grew at an annual rate of 3.5 percent in the third quarter, 15th-fastest growth in the nation and the fourth-fastest rate in New England. / COURTESY BEA

BEA: R.I. GDP increased 3.5% in 2017 Q3

PROVIDENCE – In the third quarter of 2017, Rhode Island’s Gross Domestic Product rose 3.5 percent to an annual rate of $59.7 billion, seasonally...
U.S. GDP GROWTH for the third quarter was revised down 0.1 percentage point to 3.2 percent. / BLOOMBERG

U.S. third-quarter growth revised down to 3.2% pace from 3.3%

NEW YORK - The U.S. economy’s third-quarter growth was revised slightly downward on lower contributions from consumer spending and trade, though the pace remained...
RHODE ISLAND'S GDP GREW 2.3 percent in the second quarter of 2017 to $58.9 billion. / COURTESY BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Report: R.I. GDP grew 2.3% in Q2 2017

PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island’s gross domestic product rose 2.3 percent, seasonally adjusted, in the second quarter of 2017, according to the U.S. Bureau of...
INFLATION-ADJUSTED gross domestic product rose 3 percent in the third quarter despite the effects of one of the most active Atlantic hurricane seasons in history. / BLOOMBERG FIL EPHOTO/DANIEL ACKER

U.S. economy weathers storms to post solid third-quarter growth

NEW YORK - The United States economy stood tall last quarter against one of the most active Atlantic hurricane seasons in history. Inflation-adjusted gross domestic product...
THE PROVIDENCE METROPOLITAN AREA'S GDP grew 1.2 percent in 2016 in a year-over-year basis. / COURTESY BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Report: Providence metro GDP grew 1.2% in 2016, No. 196 in...

PROVIDENCE -  The real gross domestic product of the Providence metropolitan area in 2016 increased 1.2 percent year over year according to a report...
SECOND QUARTER GDP rose 2.6 percent in the second quarter of 2017./ BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO MICHAEL NAGLE

Second-quarter U.S. growth of 2.6% underscores resilience

NEW YORK - Pickups in consumer and business-equipment spending powered a United States economic rebound in the second quarter, signaling the eight-year expansion is...
WEAK CONSUMER spending slowed the U.S. expansion to a crawl in the first quarter, a setback economists view as temporary as wage gains buttress household confidence. /BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO STEPHANIE KEITH

Fatter paychecks set to perk up U.S. growth as consumer rebounds

WASHINGTON - Weak consumer spending slowed the U.S. expansion to a crawl in the first quarter, a setback economists view as temporary as wage...
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