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Daily Economic Update

January 30th, 2014

The GDP which is the gross domestic product came in at only 2.6% for the fourth quarter of 2014 Missing the estimate of 3.2% and far below the third quarters 5% reading. What is causing the downturn in the GDP is a strength of the dollar which has increased imports which is a drag on our GDP. we could see upward revisions going forward but based on what I'm saying will not have the 4% GDP that I was hoping for. Keep in mind a 2.6% or 3% growth is not bad but just not as good as 4% growth.

On a brighter note consumer sentiment came in very strong at 98.1 which is the highest reading going back as far as 2004. The lower gas prices have really increased consumer sentiment a long with consumer confidence we should do well for the economy unless consumers end up buying too many imports.