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After A Week Of Recovereh Talk The Double Dip Is Back Today

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Double-dip feared as US economic growth loses pace
James "Jim" Quinn, 21:23, Friday 30 July 2010
Fears that the world's biggest economy could be heading into a double-dip recession took hold on Friday after US growth was shown to have contracted sharply in the second quarter.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by as much as 120 points after annualised growth in gross domestic product (GDP) was found to have slowed from 3.7pc in the first quarter to 2.4pc in the second. That came on the back of growth of 5pc in the final three months of 2009.
The US was initially thought to have grown by 2.7pc in the first quarter but that was revised upwards on a day of surprises for economists.

2.4% is catastrophic, good thing we aren't that slow.

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