- The U.S. economy expanded by 2.9% in Q3, its highest GDP growth rate in two years; much of the growth is attributed to inventory build-up and an increase in exports, the latter of which has benefitted from a weaker U.S. dollar
-Inflationary pressures continue to mount in the U.S., with the most recent sign of positive inflation coming from the BLS, which reported that wages grew at 2.8% YOY in October, the fastest growth since 2009
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