United States - Economic Indicators

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United States Latest Reference
Inflation Rate
Interest Rate
GDP Growth Rate
Unemployment Rate

United States Inflation Rate was last reported at 1.90 percent. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1982-1984=100, NSA.
United States Fed Funds Rate stands at 1.25 percent and is the 16th lowest interest rate. Source: Federal Reserve.
United States GDP Growth Rate latest value is 3.00 percent. Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
United States Unemployment Rate was last reported at 4.40 percent. It ranks as the world's 48th lowest recorded unemployment rate. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Inflation Rate in the United States grew to 1.90 percent from 1.70 percent. Interest Rate was recorded at 1.25 percent. GDP Growth Rate rose to 3.00 percent (previously reported at 1.20 percent). Unemployment Rate grew to 4.40 percent from 4.30 percent and 10-Year Government bond was recorded at 2.2393 %.

Inflation Rate in the United States all-time average stands at 3.28 percent and it's projection for Sep 2017 is 2. Interest Rate averaged 5.77 percent since 08/04/1971 and is projected to be 1.25 in 09/30/2017. GDP Growth Rate is forecasted to be 2.5 in Q3 2017. The Unemployment Rate all-time average stands at 5.80 percent and it's projection for Sep 2017 is 4.4.