GDP, Unemployment, Inflation- EconMovies GDP 4.1%, Trump delivers 'tremendous' 6 months ago   06:30

Jacob Clifford
EconMovies explain economic concepts through movies. In this episode, I use the Back to the Future Trilogy to introduce the concepts of GDP growth, Nominal GDP, Real GDP, unemployment, and inflation. Good luck studying economics. This is heavy Doc!

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@1:05 isnt "growing" and "keeping UE low" same things? You could say there are two objectives growth of economy and keeping prices stable! 🤷‍♂️
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hey professor Jacob!!! I have a question, why phillips curve does not apply to Japan when the recession happened in 2008? according to the phillips curve, the unemployment rate was supposed to be much higher? why was it "low"?
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GDP 4.1%, Trump delivers 'tremendous' GDP, Unemployment, Inflation- EconMovies 6 months ago   11:23

“Real gross domestic product increased at an annual rate of 4.1 percent in the second quarter of 2018,” the U.S. Department of Commerce reported.

Experts in the mainstream media claimed such growth would most likely be impossible. But now the GDP is at its best pace since 2014, boosting hopes that the economy is ready to break out of its decade-long slumber.

"We're on track to hit the highest annual growth rate in over 13 years," President Donald Trump said in remarks an hour after the report hit. "And I will say this right now and I will say it strongly, as the deals come in one by one, we're going to go a lot higher than these numbers, and these are great numbers."

Trump and European Union officials stepped back from a trade war as they struck a deal to work towards “zero” tariffs, barriers and subsidies. The EU also agreed to buy billions of dollars worth of American exports, including soybeans and natural gas, and work to reform international trade rules. “So we had a big day, very big,” the US president said in the White House Rose Garden.

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