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Economic Reports GDP

  • What to watch in the first-quarter GDP report

    Gross domestic product is expected to rise at a slower annual pace compared to the previous quarter, according to a Reuters survey.

  • Don't trust GDP numbers: Economist

    Nariman Behravesh, IHS chief economist, and Karen Firestone, Aureus Asset Management, provide their outlook the economy after the fed signals it's not in a rush to raise interest rates. We think second quarter will go up to about two and a half percent, says Behravesh.

  • June on the table for Fed?

    CNBC's Steve Liesman and Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners Global Chief Investment Officer and Chairman of Investments, break down the Federal Reserve policy statement leaving rates unchanged and look at the possibility of a move in June.

  • Pro: Fed should set up possibility of June hike

    David Kelly, JPMorgan Funds Chief Global Strategist, and Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management Chief Equity Strategist and Portfolio Manager, look ahead at the Federal Reserve's policy decision.

  • CNBC Survey: Recession odds lowest since September

    CNBC's Steve Liesman looks at the results of the CNBC Fed Survey ahead of the FOMC decision on Wednesday.

  • Shoppers walk in the Myungdong shopping district in Seoul, South Korea.

    South Korea's economy grew 0.4 percent in January-March over the previous quarter, slightly below expectations.

  • What to expect from SKorea's economy

    South Korea's Q1 GDP likely dropped from 2.6 to 2.7 percent on-year and down 0.4 percent from the last quarter, largely due to China's economic slowdown.

  • China debt load rises to record high

    Economists warn the country's debt load raises the risk of a financial crisis or a prolonged slowdown in growth.

  • Impact of BOJ meeting on yen

    UBS Wealth Management's Tan Teck Leng and Standard Chartered's David Mann discuss their expectations for U.S. economic growth in 2016.

  • Main St. vs. Wall St. on the economy

    CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow, and Brian Wesbury, Chief Economist at First Trust Advisors, debate whether strong data points have been masking a weaker economy.

  • Roller coaster risk tolerance

    Buckle up: The stock market is due for a drop of 25 percent or more, says Michael Pento. Here's why.

  • Expect 2% economy in second half: Pro

    Seth Harris, AB Bernstein, and Maury Harris, UBS, share their outlook on the economy amid a lower U.S. dollar and falling oil prices.

  • Not just about GDP: Strategist

    Insight on whether there has really been improvement in U.S. economic data, with Dan Suzuki, Bank of America Merrill Lynch senior U.S. equity investment strategist.

  • China first-quarter GDP slows to 6.7 percent

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon provides perspective on China's slowest economic growth rate since 2009, yet in line with expectations. March industrial output surprised at 6.8 percent versus an estimate of 5.9 percent.

  • Where do global markets stand?

    China's economy expanded 6.7 percent on-year in the first quarter. Discussing China’s economic activity, with Paul Donovan, UBS global economist.

  • A Chinese construction worker at a skyscraper building site in Wuhan, central China's Hubei province.

    China clocked first quarter growth of 6.7 percent, after the stimulus measures of recent months finally took effect, economists said.

  • China Economy

    Liquidity-boosting measures such as RRR cuts can help the overall economy, argues Mitul Kotecha, head of Asia FX and rates strategy at Barclays.

  • China data expectations

    Deutsche Bank chief economist and head of equity strategy for China, Zhang Zhiwei, discusses China's data and issues with CNBC's Bernie Lo.

  • The Presidential elections are a 'fact-free zone' on trade

    Anti-trade rhetoric from candidates is "complicating things," says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's senior VP for Asia, Tami Overby.

  • China GDP Data

    The big question is if China is on the right trajectory in its long-term economic shift, says Cornell University's trade policy professor, Eswar Prasad.