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 stands at 1.90 percent. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1982-1984=100, NSA.
United States Fed Funds Rate latest value is 1.25 percent, it is ranked as the 16th world's lowest interest rate. Source: Federal Reserve.
United States GDP Growth Rate was last reported at 1.20 percent. Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
United States Unemployment Rate stands at 4.30 percent and is the 46th lowest unemployment rate. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Inflation Rate in the United States fell to 1.90 percent from 2.20 percent. Interest Rate went up to 1.25 percent from 1.00 percent in 05/03/2017. GDP Growth Rate declined to 1.20 percent (previously reported at 2.10 percent). Unemployment Rate fell to 4.30 percent from 4.40 percent and 10-Year Government bond was recorded at 2.1352 %.

Inflation Rate in the United States all-time average stands at 3.28 percent and it's projection for May 2017 is 2.14. Interest Rate averaged 5.79 percent since 08/04/1971 and is projected to be 0.97 in 06/30/2017. GDP Growth Rate is forecasted to be 2.46 in Q1 2017. The Unemployment Rate all-time average stands at 5.80 percent and it's projection for May 2017 is 4.35.