Rate rise talk pushes dollar upwards, but not enough to get us out of the recession

This year, while the US Dollar strengthened against the yen for a second time this week, US GDP growth declined 0.6%. This was mostly due to a contraction in US business investment. But there were signs of a recovery, in the form of growth in exports and manufacturing.

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A strong US employment rebound could help boost the growth rate in the second quarter, and that will help prop up the US housing market: “The jobs growth should boost the home-value-to-income ratio and help keep the inflation outlook in check,” says Rind.

This isn’t just because this is the second quarter after all these reports of a second half of the US recession. The US economy has been in one of its longest and deepest recessions since the early 1990s, with household income in the US just 1.9% of GDP less than it was during the worst of the 2001 recession, which the Fed says ended by mid-2009. And unemployment rose to 4.2% last year, higher than the previous high for four quarters in a row.

But the recovery has not been complete. While economists have been very impressed by the US economic expansion, there are some questions about how deep the recovery has dug. The last quarterly economic data released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that in February, the economy was up 0.2% over the year before and it was at its weakest for 30 years in May.

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