U.S. second-quarter growth revised to 3% in momentum boost

UNITED STATES second-quarter growth was revised upward to the fastest pace in two years according to U.S. Commerce Department estimates. /BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MARCELO PEREZ DEL CARPIO
UNITED STATES second-quarter growth was revised upward to the fastest pace in two years according to U.S. Commerce Department estimates. /BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/MARCELO PEREZ DEL CARPIO
NEW YORK - United States second-quarter growth was revised upward to the fastest pace in two years on stronger household spending and a bigger gain in business investment, putting the economy on a stronger track, Commerce Department data showed Wednesday. Highlights of GDP (Second quarter, second estimate) Gross domestic product rose at a 3 percent annualized…

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