U.S. economy barely grew last quarter
A maintenance technician inspects a U.S Air Force Boeing C-17 Globemaster III airplane at the Boeing Co. Global Services and Support facility in San Antonio, Texas, on Thursday. Government figures Friday are forecast to show GDP growth decelerated in the final three months of 2015, with a sharp slackening in inventories by manufacturers and other businesses and a larger trade deficit behind the slowdown. Must credit: Bloomberg photo by Luke Sharrett.
A maintenance technician inspects a U.S Air Force Boeing C-17...
The U.S. economy finished the year on a flat note, much as it started 2015, stoking concern about its vulnerability in the months ahead to turmoil in China and elsewhere in the global economy.
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