Markets await US growth and trade data as Trump promises ‘revved up economy’ – live | Business

Economists have been forecasting a growth rate of 1.6% for 2016, something which the current government has constantly criticised as being too pessimistic. The trade deficit is also expected to widen to $66 billion, from $65 billion in December, which may be used by the administration as supporting arguments for protectionism.

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