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Here's how Trump's 3% economic growth target stacks up against past presidents

Recent history suggests that sustained 3% GDP is a tall order, and the U.S. risks inflating its debt if the growth falls short.

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Germany spending least of GDP on defense: Rasmussen Global

Fabrice Pothier, Rasmussen Global senior associate and director, discusses President Trump's comments while addressing NATO leaders today.

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Trump needs GDP growth, but one of his favorite policies works directly against him

Donald Trump's budget needs 3 percent economic growth to work. But the labor force is shrinking, and his policies don't fix the problem.

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Singapore flags concerns with China, but maintains 2017 GDP growth forecast for now

Singapore affirmed the full-year growth forecast of 1 to 3 percent after reporting 2.7 percent year-on-year rise in first quarter GDP.

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Malaysia’s first quarter GDP was better than expected thanks to upswing in exports

Nomura economist Rob Subbaraman explained why he’s bullish on the outlook for Malaysia.

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Treasury's Mnuchin sticks to 3% GDP growth goal in congressional testimony

Mnuchin will say that level of growth "is achievable if we make historic reforms to both taxes and regulation."

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Japan GDP gains for fifth straight session, but...

Q1 economic growth data in Japan was good but is unlikely to continue, says Sayuri Shirai, professor at Keio University.

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Japan Q1 provisional GDP shows fifth straight quarterly gain at faster pace than expected

Japan reported provisional first quarter GDP on Thursday that came in higher than expected at a quarterly and annual pace.

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Chinese imports could imperil 65,000 US jobs in the latest industry under threat

Oxford Economics found that if Chinese state-owned enterprises took more of U.S. freight rail car production, U.S. jobs and GDP could take a big hit.

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Morgan Stanley thinks the S&P can reach 2,700 within a year. Here’s why.

Brexit and populism are distractions to a core of strong, GDP-driven sales growth, Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson says.

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