U.S. economic growth for last quarter is revised up slightly to a healthy 3.4% annual rate

THE U.S. ECONOMY grew at a solid 3.4% annual pace from October through December, the government said in an upgrade from its previous estimate. The government had previously estimated that the economy expanded at a 3.2% rate last quarter. / TED SHAFFREY / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO

WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. economy grew at a solid 3.4% annual pace from October through December, the government said Thursday in an upgrade from its previous estimate. The government had previously estimated that the economy expanded at a 3.2% rate last quarter. The Commerce Department’s revised measure of the nation’s gross domestic product —

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