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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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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."


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.


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.


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.


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.